Is life not surreal? If you told me three months ago that I would be curating 60 new dance works, filmed by Queensland Ballet’s dancers in isolation around Australia and the world, I would have said, “you must be joking, mate!” Read more
Sydney Dance Company and Create NSW are pleased to announce that Angela Goh has been named the recipient of the inaugural Beyond The Studio Fellowship.
Here’s another fabulous fix for those craving some seriously gorgeous classical ballet: the Royal Ballet is presently streaming a live performance of its new ballet, 'The Cellist', based on the life of Jacqueline de Prey.
Following the debut online concert, LIGHTS UP ON THE ARTS in May, Joshua Robson Productions and host/director James Cutler will again support the Australian musical theatre industry with a sequel - LIGHTS UP ON THE ARTS not done yet.
The New Zealand Dance Company has announced a starry new leadership line-up to step into the shoes of founding director, Shona McCullagh, who is leaving after 10 years to become take the helm of the Auckland Arts Festival.
Ausdance Queensland has published a useful Return to Dance framework for teachers and schools which applies equally to high performance/professional level, community, competitive and individual dance activities.
Dance Australia, in collaboration with the Sydney Opera House and the Australian Ballet, is thrilled to announce the 2020 recipient of the Emerging Female Classical Choreographer Initiative is . . .
Dancers can expect to audition many times during their careers. Now, following the once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, no one quite nows what a dance career will look like. Dancers will need to be open-minded and resilient.
"I don’t consider it a passion: I consider it my life – my reason for existence – my reason for being. When I am in performance, dance is the settling of my 'self'. I’m in harmony; I’m truthful; I am complete."
Dear Emma, I know I have to take criticism as part of a dance career but my emotions always get the better of me. Is there a way to become better at taking criticism so that I can learn and grow from it?
Michelle Dursun examines how and why discipline still matters, in the current issue of 'Dance Australia'.
Dance is traditionally passed down from teacher to student in the shared space of a studio. How can teachers adapt to the rapid changes forced upon them by COVID-19? Geraldine Higginson passes on some tips.