Drama 'Tsangyang Gyatso' to hit the stage of NCPA

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A perfomance was staged to mark the 65th anniversary of Tibet's liberation.

The 16th "Meet in Beijing Arts Festival" saw the re-launch of the dance drama "Tsangyang Gyatso." Famous composer Li Cangsang produced the music for the drama.

Photo taken from the performance of Dance drama "Tsangyang Gyatso" [Photo / chncpa.org]

"Tsangyang Gyatso was a living Buddha, but before that, he was a real person yearning for an ordinary life. The combination of the characters of the Buddha, of the ordinary people and Tibetan music, was the most difficult part of my work."

Tsangyang Gyatso was the sixth Dalai Lama who lived at the end of the 17th century.

He is recognized as one of Tibet's best poets.

The drama is based on his poems and stories.

The arts festival is to last until this weekend at the National Center for the Performing Art in Beijing.


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