San Francisco Ballet’s HR Director Darin Conley-Buchsieb explains how changing arts culture can lead to larger audiences – and more authentic art.
Dimity Azoury and Benedicte Bemet have been promoted into the company’s highest ranks.
A scintillating cross-cultural fusion to be supported and savoured.
Grants have been awarded to 24 musicians and ballet dancers from Australia and New Zealand to support their study in the UK.
Queensland Ballet’s growth isn't just about numbers, it's determinedly multi-dimensional.
The one-time Sydney Dance Company performer, is now creating striking artworks made from ballet shoes.
A joyous 50th anniversary celebration including alumni and audience members.
Another ancient legend for modern times from master storyteller Akram Khan.
Working with Australian and Chinese dancers inspired an ode to reinvention.
Opening with a week dedicated to First Nations performances, Iain Grandage’s first program as Artistic Director spans a Noongar language adaptation of Macbeth to Cloudstreet, Philip Glass with puppets, and Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel in the park.
World-class dancers and stunning costumes combine in a new ballet art film.
Isabelle Adjani in a stage adaptation of Cassavetes' Opening Night, acclaimed choir Tenebrae, and a tribute to Reg Livermore's Betty Blokk-Buster feature.
An operatic adaptation of Lars von Trier’s Breaking the Waves, a trio of choreographic responses to Beethoven’s Grosse Fuge, and choral settings of all 150 psalms are amongst the highlights.