News

With the long hibernation of live performance forced on us by the pandemic, Rising, the new Melbourne’s new arts festival, has taken on a greater significance.

In recognition of the devastating impact the pandemic has had on Australian artists, the annual Sidney Myer Awards have been expanded this year from the 2020 Awards from the usual three to eight.

An exciting new venture has been announced for Sydney, co-founded by internationally acclaimed dancer, choreographer and artistic director Francesco Ventriglia.

Despite the pandemic, dance students around the country have continued to train hard, commit to their studies and achieve great things.

The RAD Australian arm and the music licensing body OneMusic Australia have come together to launch a world-first choreographic initiative.

Schools! Professional companies and shows! Do you have an audition coming up?

Dance Australia as TWO DOUBLE PASSES to the Victorian State Ballet's 'The Little Mermaid' to GIVE AWAY!

The Australian Ballet announced the retirement of two of its most established and admired dancers, Andrew Killian and Kevin Jackson, who both leave the company after long and highly successful careers.

Late last year we asked Dance Australia readers to send in their music copyright questions. We put them to the director of OneMusic, Catherine Guiliano. Here is the second part of our Q&A.

NAISDA Dance College in NSW has begun its 2021 training year by welcoming cultural tutors for a week-long residency.

The Australian Ballet has launched a new livestreaming program, Live on Ballet TV.

Comings and goings at SDC.

Jacob Boehme has been announced as the company's inaugural First Nations Resident.

One Australian made it through to the finals of this year's Prix de Lausanne.

Renowned ballet teacher Tanya Pearson has died, aged 84.

We have a great line-up of articles and topics in the latest issue of Dance Australia!