The Frederick Ashton Foundation has announced details of Ashton Worldwide 2024-2028, an international festival conceived to celebrate the work of the English choreographer, Frederick Ashton (1904-1988).

The Artistic Director of the Australian Ballet, David Hallberg, has issued a public statement objecting to a comment in a review in the 'Sydney Morning Herald'.

Andrew McNicol has been announced as the commissioned choreographer of The Fonteyn International Ballet Competition, to be held in September in London.

David Hallberg's objections to the Sydney Morning Herald review raise an interesting dilemma.

Queensland's newest dance festival – Dance 24 – gets underway this week, taking centre stage over two weeks at Metro Arts, West End.

Australian Dance Theatre (ADT) has announced the recipients of the 2024 Tanja Liedtke Studio Residencies for 2024.

The Australian Ballet School and NAISDA Dance College were among the eight arts training institutions to receive an increase in their funding in the 2024-5 federal budget.

The organisers of the Prix de Lausanne have announced that they will be holding their Asia-Pacific preselections for the first time in Macau SAR, China, at the Grand Lisboa Palace Resort.

The West Australian Ballet is about to take up residency at Perth's State Theatre with the perfectly titled 'State' contemporary ballet season.

Marina Tamayo, the Sydney-based flamenco artist and founder of Flamenco Australia, has been nominated for the Chita Rivera Awards for Dance and Choreography in New York.

In Wollongong, NSW on 17th & 18th May 2024, AUSTI. Dance and Physical Theatre launches their 2024 season, bringing two new pieces choreographed by French-born artist Cloé Fournier and Artistic Director Michelle Maxwell to the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre.

Last week BlakDance proudly presented two bold works to Perth audiences in West Australian premieres.

At the moment Amelia Soh (formerly a student of Mosman Dance Academy) is living many a young dancer’s dream training overseas in a prestigious pre-professional school. and is about to graduate from Level 8 at San Francisco Ballet School (SFBS).

On the 28th May Sydney Dance Company will present the world premiere of Rafael Bonachela’s newest work momenta in its hometown of Sydney before embarking on a national tour of NSW, QLD, NT & WA.

This week Belvoir presents the world premiere of Nayika (A Dancing Girl).

In her first addition to the Company since taking the helm as Artistic Director of Queensland Ballet, Leanne Benjamin has announced the homecoming of the elegant, expressive Australian born dancer, Alison McWhinney.