Have you ever wondered why, year after year, ballet companies tour from theatre to theatre, narrating the same old stories, rehearsing and performing the same choreography? Isn’t it boring? Tiring? Old? Don’t we know these stories too well to repeatedly enjoy them?
The Australian Ballet School
offers a unique Christmas gift by presenting the beautiful ballet Coppélia
as a closing for 2017, reproduced by the Australian Ballet’s initial artistic director Dame Peggy van Praagh
US-born dancer David Hallberg and Gillian Murphy will return to the stage as guest artists in the Melbourne premiere of Symphony in C from late August this year at the Arts Centre.
Ella Havelka has proven that female dancers do play a pivotal role in changing the world, especially when it comes to female influence. As the winner of InStyle and Audi Women of Style Award in the Arts and Culture category, Ella Havelka is now an eminent role model for women of all ages around Australia.
Get ready kids, Storytime Ballet is back!
The Australian Ballet has announced a national tour of its next Storytime Ballet, The Nutcracker in December 2016, which will be catered to children three years and up.
October 4th is a day of international recognition for the classical arts, famously known as World Ballet Day.
Five leading ballet companies from around the world are set to get involved in a 20-hour live stream to showcase their upcoming performances, with exclusive behind-the-scenes rehearsal footage and interviews with industry leaders.
The Arts Alliance UK has brought to the world an event cinema experience, so realistic and enchanting, you might think you have been transported to Covent Garden in London.
The Australian Ballet Showcase 2015
Arts Centre, Melbourne: 18th September, 2015.
The Australian Ballet School showcased their talent at the Arts Centre in Melbourne last Sunday evening. From the awe-inspiring ballet spectacle to the damp, confronting tales of lyrical contemporary, this performance levelled the professional scale. With a male dominated cast, the dynamics of the arrangements were a thrill to watch.
NZSD students present an hour of short works, in the studio where they train, providing an intimate first-hand experience of the School and its dancers.
The Australian Ballet School celebrated the unveiling of the Foundation Stone at Marilyn Rowe House by Her Excellency the Honourable Linda Dessau AM, Governor of Victoria last Saturday.