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Principal Dancer

Born in Liaoning, China, Wei Wei graduated from Shenyang Conservatory of Music as a dance major with a Bachelor’s degree in 2003. He joined Hong Kong Ballet as a member of the Corps de Ballet the same year, was named Soloist in 2007 and became Principal Dancer in 2013.

With Hong Kong Ballet, Wei has danced principal and featured roles including Prince Siegfried in John Meehan’s Swan Lake, Prince Désiré and Carabosse in Cynthia Harvey’s The Sleeping Beauty, Basilio in Nina Ananiashvili’s Don Quixote, Prince in Stephen Jefferies’ and Terence Kohler’s The Nutcracker, Romeo in Rudi van Dantzig’s Romeo and Juliet, Count Danilo Danilowitsch in Ronald Hynd’s The Merry Widow, Armand and Baron de Varville in Val Caniparol’s Lady of the Camellias, Pao Yu in Wang Xin Peng’s The Dream of Red Chamber, Prince Calaf in Natalie Weir’s Turandot, Hilarion in John Meehan and Lin Mei-fang’s Giselle, and José in Yuh Egami and Hu Song Wei Ricky’s Carmen. He has also performed in George Balanchine’s Serenade, Jiří Kylián's Petite Mort and Sechs Tänze, Nacho Duato’s Castrati, Christian Spuck’s Le Grand Pas de Deux, Jorma Elo’s Shape of Glow and Edwaard Liang’s Sacred Thread.

Wei’s international guest performances include the International Ballet Gala, Malaysia in 2012 and Queensland Ballet’s 50th Anniversary International Gala in Brisbane, Australia in 2010. He won second prize in the Male Ballet Dancers’ category at the Taoli Cup Dance Competition in 2003.