Benois de la Danse laureate

Graduated from Beijing Dance Academy in 2013, entered the National Ballet of China in the same year to become one of the youngest Principal Dancers of the Company in 2017. Was promoted to the Prima Ballerina in 2022.

She has danced the leading roles in the classic ballets like Giselle, La Sylphide Don Quixote, Natalia Makrova's La Bayadère, as well as Roland Petit's Carmen and John Cranko's Onegin, George Balanchine's Jewels, etc., and in many Chinese ballets of the Company such as The Red Detachment of Women, The Yellow River, Chinese New Year (The Nutcracker Chinese Version), The Light of Heart, Inspiration and Glory. She has also danced the major roles in the modern and contemporary ballets of the Company such as Raise the Red Lantern, The Crane Calling and Like Flowers as well as modern ballet works like Permanent Yesterday, Sad Birds and The White Snake- The Mortal World.

Laureate of Gold medals in the Beijing International Ballet Invitational for Dance Schools, Ballet Group in the 10th National Dance Competition (Taoli Cup), the 2nd Beijing International Ballet and Choreography Competition. In 2018, Qiu Yunting won the Gold Medal in the 11th American International Ballet Competition.

She participated in the Benois de la Danse Gala Concert in The Bolshoi Theatre of Russia in Moscow and the ballet season of Cuba in 2014. In 2015 went to Hamburg to participate in the Nijinsky Gala on behalf of the Company.