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Australian Dance Awards, 2015

The Queensland Ballet, Lucinda Dunn, Waangenga Blanco and Narelle Benjamin were among those honoured this evening in the Australian Dance

The Australian Dance Awards’ panel honours three women whose lives were dedicated to dance

Marilyn Rowe and Kelvin Coe, 1983

The Australian Dance Awards’ advisory panel has inducted Marilyn Jones and Elizabeth Cameron Dalman into the Hall of Fame for

Peter Sculthorpe: The sun, the earth, and Ned Kelly

Kelvin Coe, Sun Music, 1968, The Australian Ballet, photo © Geoffrey Hales

Graeme Murphy was 18 when Robert Helpmann choreographed Sun Music for the Australian Ballet in 1968. Helpmann’s work “was an

The Australian Ballet gala: Tributes to the past, hopes for the future

Australian Ballet gala curtain call, photo © Australian Ballet gala curtain call, front row, Sofiane Sylve and Pierre-Francois Vilanoba, Julie Kent, Maina Gielgud, David McAllister, Dame Margaret Scott, Marilyn Jones, Marilyn Rowe, Naoki Takagishi and Mizuka Ueno  photo © Filip Konikowski

On November 2, 2012 – 50 years to the day since Peggy van Praagh and her deputy, Ray Powell, took

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

Marilyn Rowe and Kelvin Coe in Swan Lake 1983. Photo courtesy of the Australian Ballet

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

The ballet class of ’62

left to right: Jan Megna (formerly Jan Melvin), Colin Peasley, Margaret Akerman, Garth Welch, Marilyn Jones, Greg Khoury, Ramona Ratas, Robert Olup, Heather Macrae, Ian Rannard and Patrina Coates. Photo: Samantha Eedle

Fifty years after they first assembled in Melbourne, 10 of the foundation members of the Australian Ballet posed for this

The first decade: snapshots from the early years of the Australian Ballet

Colin Peasley, Kelvin Coe and Barry Moreland rehearsing in the Australian Ballet studios in 1964, photo © Terry Phelan.

Noel Smith strode into the pit, picked up his baton, and gave the downbeat for the overture. The chatter, the