SIFA, May 2021

The Straits Times, 21 April 2020

Singapore – A landmark collaboration between the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) and Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) has been one of the happy upshots of the global pandemic.

30th Anniversary Gala, July 2018

Dance Europe, October 2018 Edition

“’…. with all thirty-two members of the ensemble engaged in producing a formidable display of design and structure. It looks very academic, with a strong classical vocabulary executed with razorsharp precision in uniform dress for both male and female…’ , Dance Europe October 2018

Don Quixote, December 2014

Dance Europe, January 2015 Issue

On opening, night, Rosa Park and Chen Peng were Kitri and Basilio - both ebullient and charming in equal measure...With all the requisite technical brilliance, Park and Peng gave us a pas de deux of supreme grandeur and composure that lacked for nothing.” - Review by Deborah Weiss. Images by Emma Kauldhar.

The Moon and the Stars, February 2016

Singapore Tatler, April 2016 Edition

“Guest of honour and SDT patron, president Tony Tan Keng Yam, who was accompanied by Mrs Mary Tan, took the seats in the front row in the Founder’s Studio to enjoy excerpts from three iconic ballets… All funds raised from the evening will go towards supporting SDT’s efforts in realising this dream.” – Singapore Tatler, 2016

Ballet in a Global City, February 2016

Dancing Times, April 2016

"When assessing the history of ballet in Singapore, it’s impossible
to avoid being confronted with the profound realisation that the art form was solely sustained by dedicated performers, teachers and choreographers who have worked tirelessly to ensure it retains its place on the cultural scene. In the past, commentators were only too happy to dub Singapore as a “cultural desert”." - Dancing Times 2016