What you need to know about common dance injuries

What you need to know about common dance injuries

From the earthy grunge of hip hop to the endless grace of classical ballet, dancers tell stories with their bodies. They flow through space, creating emotive shapes and patterns, connecting passionately with their audience.  But the dedication involved in consistent training, perfecting choreography and striving to achieve their best can sometimes lead to injury. Young […]

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Are ballet productions repetitious and boring or new and innovative?

Are ballet productions repetitious and boring or new and innovative?

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 answer is a resounding ‘no’. Ballet is an art form; every time […]

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María Pagés brings Flamenco dance to Melbourne with Yo, Carmen

María Pagés brings Flamenco dance to Melbourne with Yo, Carmen

The undisputed queen of modern flamenco, María Pagés,uses flamenco with poetry in the unforgettably reimagining of the story of Bizet’s heroine Carmen. Accompanied by an ensemble of dancers and six of Spain’s most talented musicians, Yo, Carmen is on at the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Hamer Hall from 11 – 12 March 2019.

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Orpheus by Evan Lawson

Orpheus by Evan Lawson

Composer Evan Lawson’s ideas and musical direction takes this narrative on a physical and emotional journey that incorporates Shakespeare, Phemocles, Alessandra Striggio, and librettos from Orfeo ed Euridice and Calzabigi and L’Orfeo.

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