As one of the earliest intangible cultural heritages in China, Sichuan Opera stands as a highly representative form of traditional drama. Its extensive vocal art and distinctive physical techniques serve as invaluable cultural treasures that warrant active promotion and preservation. Building upon the foundations of traditional Sichuan Opera, the dual piano composition The Photomontage of Sichuan Opera
seeks to carry forward, interpret, and innovate the Sichuan Opera culture through the unique artistic expression of dual pianos. This article focuses on the fusion and innovation presented in The Photomontage of Sichuan Opera
to delve into the cross-border communication and cross-cultural development of Sichuan Opera. Addressing the historical limitations, spatial constraints, and dissemination challenges that hinder the preservation of intangible cultural heritage, the objective is to explore feasible methods of cross-border communication by examining successful cross-border initiatives. By doing so, the aim is to guarantee the continuous artistic vitality of Sichuan opera through its inheritance, promotion, and sustainable development.