Yang Liping Peacock Dance - Love of Peacock, Ethereal Aesthetic! 2012
Chinese New Year Festival Gala
CCTV Spring Festival Gala
Chinese New Year Gala
CCTV New Year's Gala
Chinese New Year: 'CCTV New Year's Gala'
2010 CCTV Spring Festival Gala
CCTV 2012 Spring Festival Gala
China's CCTV New Year's Gala 2012
Chief Choreographer/ Artistic Director/ : Yang Liping
Award-winning dancer in the Mainland, Yang Liping, who is also known as the “Peacock Princess” and the “Goddess of Dance”, is a Bai ethnic of Yunnan. She began her dancing career in Xishuangbanna Prefecture Song and Dance Troupe in 1971. She was the lead dancer in the ethnic dance drama, Peacock Princess, which won a Gold Award for Best Performance in Yunnan in 1979. She came into prominence with Spirit of the Peacock, which she choreographed and performed herself, in 1986. This solo work won for her a Class One Award for Originality and the First Prize in Performance at the 2nd All China Dance Competition. She was the star in the dance production of the same name, performed at the closing ceremony of the 11th Asian Games in Beijing in 1990. In 1994, Spirit of the Peacock won the Gold Award at the Dance Classics of the 20th Century. Yang’s trilogy – Dynamic Yunnan, in particular, won five gold awards at the National Lotus Awards in 2004. She has also been on tour to many parts of the world, having given solo dance performances in Singapore, the Philippines, the United States, Canada, and Japan.
She is also the first dancer from the Mainland to visit Taiwan for artistic exchange.