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Diana and Actaeon, the odd couple of a Soviet showstopper

Ako Kondo and Chengwu Guo, Diana and Acteon, photo © Daniel Boud

There’s nothing quite like the Diana and Actaeon* pas de deux to excite a ballet audience. The piece is a

Former Australian Ballet principal finds a new base in Louisville

Robert Curran, photo © James Braund

Robert Curran, a former principal with the Australian Ballet, has been appointed the new artistic director of the Louisville Ballet.

After images linger as a generation moves on

Rachel Rawlins and Matthew Lawrence, Giselle, photo © Danielle Lyonne

Rachel Rawlins’ imminent retirement as a principal of the Australian Ballet marks a generational change at the company. Among the

All roads lead to Melbourne for last 50th fling of the year

Julie Kent in Manon, photo © Hector Matias Montini

Since writing the post below, it turned out that “might” was the right word for Hallberg’s appearance as he is

Robert Curran to retire from the Australian Ballet

The Australian Ballet announced today that Robert Curran is to retire as a principal artist of the company. Curran will

British ballet at its best – and one from the museum

After the Rain, Kirsty Martin

Two out of three fizzed like flutes of the best champagne. The third was, well, vintage of another kind. The