A Compás

"A Compás" is a unique opportunity to live the culture of Spain through vibrant Flamenco dance and live music. Over 20 dancers and four outstanding musicians interpret Molina's flamenco vision for an incredible night.

Enjoy the elegance of the dancers in their spectacular costumes while traveling through the traditional flamenco "Palos" genres/rhythms such as Martiente, Alegrías, Taranto, Tangos, Caña, Jaleos and Bulerías ...  

"A Compás" is choreographed by the renowned flamenco dancer Pepa Molina.  *Translation of "A Compás" = To the Rhythm Featuring: Students of PMFDA Elena Varga - Palmas percussion Marco Van Doornam - Flamenco guitar Antonio Soria - Flamenco singer Special Guests: Paco Lara (Spain) - Flamenco guitar Pepa Molina - Flamenco dance Artwork by Esteban Villalta Marzi Graphic design: Luis Perez

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Fun and creative dance classes led by Diane Busuttil in partnership with Dance for Parkinson’s Australia.


SHREK THE MUSICAL, the lavish multi-million dollar musical will open in January!

Extend yourself this summer at Sydney Dance Company's School Holiday Workshops. Develop skills in a variety of dance styles with workshops ranging from one to five days.

Welcome to the best dance party of your life. Your time starts… now!

Drawing on the success of the Sydney (2016) and Brisbane (2018) conferences, Royal Academy of Dance Australia is delighted to announce its third conference, Shaping Bodies, Shaping Minds.

The Royal Opera House 2019/20 Live Cinema Season exclusively presents Coppélia on 19 and 22 January 2020 at 20 Event Cinemas and five Village Cinemas locations nationally.

Australian Dance Theatre's Youth Ensemble exposes an elite group to the Company's repertoire and training, nurturing the next generation of contemporary dancers.

City Adult Ballet classes in Melbourne, will help you discover your true potential as an adult dancer.

Manilla Street Productions returns with a brand new show, Amazing Grace, New York New York.


Three days of dance, discussions, dirty feet, sandy bottoms and deep investigations into what it is to be an artist in the world today.