Graduated from Shanghai Dance School before training at the LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts in Singapore. Hu received full scholarship to study at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and Asian Cultural Council Dance Fellowship to study at the Ailey School in New York
For Hong Kong Ballet which Hu joined in 2008, promoted to coryphée in 2015 and currently member of the Corps de Ballet, Hu choreographed White Lies (2012) and Horn (2014), and served as Associate Choreographer in The Frog Prince – A Ballet Chinois (2013)
Other choreographies include Play with Abandon for Hong Kong Arts Festival (2012); Wandering Memories for D. Lab Dance, Shanghai (2013); Blank Space for Re:Dance Theatre (RDT), Singapore (2013); Look Up for NUS Arts Festival (2015); Performed in Rush at the Hong Kong Arts Festival (2013)
Received Award for Young Artist (Dance), Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (2012)
Revealing the epilogue at the beginning, Bolero unveils the chain of events that give rise to its end. Hong Kong Ballet dancers Yuh Egami and Ricky Hu chose a dramatic representation to deliver the story of a woman’s inner demons which personify the struggles that are often caused by the pressures of today.
Deep and insightful, this work enters the blurred, almost non-existent, space between light and shadow, stability and instability. Set to Maurice Ravel’s famous score of the same name, the uniqueness of this “Bolero” lies not only in the choreographic and musical structure of the work, but also in its theatrical design created in collaboration with the choreographers’ vision.