Tag Archives: Francois Klaus

From the barre to the board room and everything in between

François Klaus

François Klaus takes a refreshingly new approach to the world of ballet in his recently published book, Beyond the Barre,

A weekend in the world of the star crossed lovers

Meng Ningning, Romeo&Juliet, Queensland Ballet, photo © David Kelly

In 1993, when Li Cunxin was a principal at the Houston Ballet, one of the newest dancers to join the

Here’s to 2013, not forgetting the best moments of 2012

With the Paris Opera Ballet in Sydney in January/February and the Bolshoi Ballet in Brisbane in May/June, 2013 is set

When the stars are in alignment – or not: how a ballet company needs a three point balance of power

Li Cunxin with principals and soloists at Queensland Ballet, photo © Alexia Sinclair

Li Cunxin, the acclaimed dancer and best-selling author, has enjoyed many red letter days. But last Friday was right up

All change at Queensland Ballet as Li Cunxin rings in the new year

Li Cunxin with Queensland Ballet principals and soloists, photo © Alexia Sinclair

Li Cunxin’s first season for the Queensland Ballet will include three full evening ballets, Ben Stevenson’s Cinderella, a new production

Last dances for François

Timeless Dances, Francois Klaus, photo © Ken Sparrow

The Queensland Ballet’s International Gala, an annual event, will showcase the guest dancers Jón Vallejo and Chantelle Kerr (Semperoper Ballett

‘Beauty’ to mark Klaus’s departure in Queensland: Three American dancers join Royal New Zealand Ballet

Queensland Ballet's The Sleeping Beauty, Clare Morehen as Aurora

As a tribute to Francois Klaus, one of his major productions, The Sleeping Beauty, will mark the end of his

Metamorphosis at the Queensland Ballet with the appointment of Li Cunxin

Li Cunxin

With the appointment of Li Cunxin as artistic director of the Queensland Ballet, the company will undergo a metamorphosis from

Queensland Ballet and West Australian Ballet: 2012

Meng Ningning in Fairy Tales, choreography Francois Klaus, photo ©  David Kelly

The Queensland Ballet is entering a land of dreams next year with a new production based on the fairy tales

Francois Klaus resigns from Queensland Ballet

Francois Klaus

In 51 years the Queensland Ballet has been led by only four artistic directors – Charles Lisner, Harry Haythorne, Harold