It was a busy day for the troupe to travel to Delaware Art Museum to host a Year of Pig Chinese New Year Celebration with the audience. Renaissance Chinese Opera Society was grateful to accept Delaware Art Museum’s warm invitation. The auditorium was filled with diverse audience. The performance was led by Yong Hong Jia who performed both Kun Opera “Peony Pavilion”, and Beijing Opera – “Drunken Beauty”. Ms. Tiffany Ho and Ms. Isabella Ji acted as palace ladies. Raymond Ge demonstrated his Taekwondo bare-hand wooden board chopping skill to excite the crowd. Master Zhang Li-Ping showcased his magical Sichuan Opera “Face-Changing” to delight both the children and adults. The museum also prepared many Chinese cultural activities such as Chinese Calligraphy, painting, lantern making, and paper cutting. It was a great atmosphere and a special day for everyone!
Montessori School Matawan
3A — 423 NJ-34 Matawan
10/14/2018 World Dance Festival in New York City
Wonderful event sponsored by the New York Council on Arts, Renaissance Chinese Opera was delighted to support Chinese Theatre Works’ commitment to preserving and nurturing the Chinese performing arts in New York City at Manhattan Movement Arts Center.
What a wonderful evening celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival in Marlboro township with over 200 CAMEL members, friends, mayor, councilman and other community leaders. Ms. Yong-Hong Jia presented a Peking Opera song “Song of Pear Blossom” 大唐贵妃之梨花颂 to the audience.