West Australian Ballet will present one of the world’s longest surviving classical ballets this May: La Sylphide. Read more
Australian Dance Week kicks off with International Dance Day, Sunday 29 April.
Kathleen Hamilton reports from the 2018 AICD Houston Ballet Academy Scholarship & NSW Junior Awards, held April 17 at Hurstville Entertainment Centre.
Young male dancers had better start practising -- a new production of Billy Elliot has been announced for Australia!
Felicity Bott, the artistic director of Tasdance for the past 2½ years, has resigned unexpectedly.
Chunky Move will premiere 'Common Ground', a new work by Anouk van Dijk, this April.
Next Wave is a biennial event dedicated to the new generation of Australian art and the 2018 edition includes plenty of works by choreographers.
The Australian Ballet's rehab team has treated high profile names such as ABT's David Hallberg and Collingwood footballer Ben Reid.
Strut Dance in Perth is excited to announce that Terri-ann White, publisher and writer, is generously providing a scholarship pathway into STRUT’s 2018 master workshop series.
John Neumeier, the artistic director and chief choreographer of the Hamburg Ballet and the longest serving artistic director in the world, has just had his contract extended until 2023.
After more than 10 years one of Queensland Ballet’s most recognised and loved dancers, Teri Crilly, has decided to hang up her pointes and retire from the stage.
Our April/May issue is OUT NOW and is packed with essential reading! Taking centre stage are the Queensland Ballet’s principal dancers from Cuba, Yanela Pinera and Camilo Ramos. Why did they leave their beloved homeland to come to faraway Australia?
For 17 years, from 1978 to 1995, the general manager of Britain’s Royal Ballet was an Australian – Peter Brownlee.
The Australian Ballet School offers students from around Australia and internationally the opportunity to take part in The Australian Ballet School Scholarship Awards.