Reviews & Coverage – T-Z

Tchaikovsky’s Pas de Deux

The Suzanne Farrell Ballet

Chan Hon Goh
“The bravura of the Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux delivered with uncommon good taste and pyrotechnical pizzazz by the vivacious Chan Hon Goh of the National Ballet of Canada and New York Ballet veteran Peter Boal.”

The Four Seasons

National Ballet of Canada

Chan Hon Goh
“As spring, Chan Hon Goh offered the lightness and litheness of youth in her union with Harrington…”
Chan Hon Goh
“Spring is all crispness, point work, and youthful leaps… The charming Chan Hon Goh is as much a delicate butterfly as she is youthful flirtation.”

The Legacy of Goh Choo San

Singapore Dance Theatre

Chan Hon Goh
“A strong, precise dancer, she appeared as light as a feather in Kuik’s ready arms and her delicate swoops in the air revealed a lofty elegance inherent in her composure.”

The Nutcracker

National Ballet of Canada

Chan Hon Goh
“Chan Hon Goh makes an exquisite Sugar Plum, dancing with such luminous brilliance she takes your breath away.”

The Nutcracker

Hong Kong Ballet

Chan Hon Goh
“Goh has a formidable technique and a fine tuned musicality. Her dancing radiated an irresistible joyfulness. Long phrases flowed effortlessly from her. The amplitude of her beautiful long line projected grandeur. She was also a natural actress.”

Tides of Mind

International Ballet Gala in Australia

Chan Hon Goh
“Of the modern pieces, Dominique Dumais’ Tides of Mind, performed by Van Der Wyst and Chinese-born Chan Hon Goh, was emotionally the most intriguing, imbued with a powerful psychological undercurrent of searching and struggle between the past and future. The couple’s intense connection was also evident in their chemistry in the Black Swan pas de deux.”