Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School’s annual major dance season, a lovingly curated mixed program entitled Serenade, capably demonstrates the depth of talent and the breadth of curriculum at the school.
A return visit to Symphony in C provided the welcome opportunity to enjoy Resident Guest Artist David Hallberg on stage in Melbourne.
Positioning abstract modern dance alongside pure classical ballet, The Australian Ballet’s mixed program Symphony in C showcases not only the breadth of talent of the company but also the astounding versatility of […]
Returning to the Melbourne stage less than two years after its premiere, David McAllister’s production of The Sleeping Beauty can be appreciated not just for its luxuriously lavish staging but also for […]
Graeme Murphy’s Nutcracker does far more than tell The Story of Clara, celebrating the backstory of vision, passion and talent that formed the bedrock for our modern, 55-years-young company The Australian Ballet.
The Shanghai Ballet’s highly traditional production of Swan Lake is distinguished by the exquisite use of a huge corps de ballet of angelic dancers.
Presenting an expertly curated mixed program, The Australian Ballet begins it Melbourne 2017 season in superb form. Faster showcases the company with a well-matched trio of cutting edge contemporary works, two of […]
Equal parts charmingly festive, dreamily romantic, eerily haunting and tenderly moving, Mary Skeaping’s Giselle provides English National Ballet with a pristine showcase for the beauty of dance.
Dazzling and affecting in equal measure, Matthew Bourne’s new work The Red Shoes is as superbly realised as it is ingeniously conceived.
Commemorating 70 years since Sadlers Wells Ballet moved across town to reopen Royal Opera House after WWII, The Royal Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty remains a traditional, highly decorative production with an agreeable […]