Dancebourne Arts: Artistic Development Program 2019

Optional, part-time hours:
10 hours per week over 3 days
20 hours per week over 4 days

This special development program will provide a handful of selected young artists, who have already completed full time classical and contemporary training, with a unique opportunity to gain experience training and working within a small professional dance company.

The program is designed to develop young dancers artistically, whilst providing performance/choreographic opportunities and experience working with DBA artistic staff, Luanne Hyson and Chiara Ferri, DBA choreographers and artists of Dancebourne Arts.

Program participant selection each term by private audition at Dancebourne Arts studios, 1/26 Ford Crescent, Thornbury.
Please send CV/expression of interest to: ADP - Dancebourne Arts

Luanne Hyson / Chiara Ferri
artsdancebourne@gmail.com

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July

So successful has been the premiere season of Muriel’s Wedding The Musical in Sydney that the producers have already announced it will return in July, 2019, at the Sydney Lyric, with tickets to go on sale from February 20, 2018.

City Adult Ballet classes is run by Jane Casson, a former dancer with The Australian Ballet.

August

Dance Makers Collective host rising international stars Kristina and Sadé Alleyne to launch their new inaugural professional dancer training program Mobilise.

At the end of August, WAAPA’s graduating dancers unleash their choreographic talents in a short season of highly original dance works at the Dolphin Theatre.

DANCEBOURNE ARTS proudly present a renewed version of their first original progamme, Pointe, Line & Surface.

The Destructive Steps Street Dance Festival is coming to Sydney for its 11th year.

In January 2020, the YABC will produce a brand new production of one of the world’s most popular musicals, CATS.

September

Monash University's new $53 million Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts will play host to two dance works by internationally acclaimed Norwegian dance company, Panta Rei Danseteater, on Friday 6 September as part of MLIVE's Weightless dance series.

Youth Dance Festival (affectionately known as Dance Fest) is a remarkable Canberra success story and has been proudly presented by Ausdance ACT, and held at the Canberra Theatre Centre since 1985.

The McDonald College will holding an upcoming audition for their Senior Contemporary Dance Program, which is presented in partnership with Sydney Dance Company.