Tag Archives: Brett Chynoweth

A night of swoons, sighs and razmatazz: The Australian Ballet’s gala of 2016

A spoonful of pas de deux by the late Agrippina Vaganova and the very present Christopher Wheeldon would be excellent

Joiners and leavers at the Australian Ballet

The Australian Ballet has increased its company numbers from 68 full time dancers last year to 79 this year. New

20:21: Shot out of the canon and onto the stage

The Australian Ballet’s triple bill begins and ends with jogging. The curtain opens to reveal a diagonal of dancers in

Stillness and speed, spine chills and tears: Stella Abrera triumphs as Giselle

Stella Abrera, guesting for the Australian Ballet as Giselle, gave an extraordinary performance this week, dancing the role with such

St Petersburg Blue and French White unite in Imperial Suite

Ballet Imperial and Suite en blanc share much – their speed and exactitude, the technical challenges that allow no hiding

Manon: a tale of coins, pointes and conflicts interpreted by a new generation

In 1978, Kenneth MacMillan, with his wife and daughter, travelled to Australia on a working holiday. During a two-day visit