Dance Review Hong Kong Ballet crosses cultures with language of dance ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Christopher Duggan The Hong Kong Ballet's program reflects its diverse makeup with three wide-ranging pieces. Christopher Duggan The majority of the company is Chinese, but there are a few European and North American dancers. Taylor Crichton The choreographers on the program, meanwhile, hail from Canada and the Netherlands. Christopher Duggan The company's director is Madeliene Onne, a Swede. Christopher Duggan "Symphony in Three Movements," staged by Dutch choreographer Nils Christe, is driven by Igor Stravinsky's pulsing score. Christopher Duggan Christe expertly choreographs the large cast to create an abundance of stark images. Christopher Duggan "Black on Black" is a cooly glamorous 2011 piece choreographed by Canadian-born Kinsun Chan. Christopher Duggan In "Black on Black," the women's leotards and the men's tops are black with flesh-colored geometric designs. Taylor Crichton In Canadian-born choreographer Peter Quanz's 2010 "Luminous," dancers portray various shades of young romance. Taylor Crichton The tactile acrobatics of "Luminous" have dancers slipping, climbing, and jumping under, over, and around each other.