Monthly Archives: October 2012

Bolshoi Ballet to return to Australia in 2013

The Bolshoi Ballet will tour to Australia next year for a season at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane,

The Australian Ballet’s 50th year celebrations come to a close with documentary, talks, exhibitions

From the words of the first artistic director – Peggy van Praagh – to the thoughts of the newest Odette/Odile

Three stars withdraw from Australian Ballet gala

Just one week before the Australian Ballet’s series of gala performances for its 50th anniversary begins on October 31, comes

From Cacti to Rameau: the year ahead for Sydney Dance Company

Sydney Dance Company’s 2013 season will begin with a double bill – a new work, Emergence by the company’s artistic

Jiri Kylián: The brightest star in Neon Lights

Christopher Wheeldon, George Balanchine and Antony Tudor have all choreographed to the stately music of Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante

Agnes de Mille’s Rodeo: ABT marks the 70th anniversary of the moment “we put our feet on the ground”

America was at war following the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbour and the United States was “never more deeply determined

Death of the first ballerina to dance Juliet

Ballet’s first Juliet, Zora Semberova, has died at the age of 99. Her daughter, Pamela St Clair-Johnson, said she passed

Remembering Rudi: the tribute year begins

A year of tribute to Rudolf Nureyev has begun with an exhibition showcasing more than 80 costumes and 50 photographs

The short term plan: five years at the top for ballet’s administration bosses

With the announcement this week that the Australian Ballet’s executive director, Valerie Wilder, will leave the company at the end

Royal New Zealand Ballet announces its 2013 season

The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s 60th year will open with Made to Move, the umbrella title for three new works,