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The Paris Opera Ballet brings Nureyev’s Swan Lake and works by Forsythe, Robbins and Pite to Australia

The Paris Opera Ballet will return to Australia in July next year at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane.

Ako Kondo as Giselle

From her first entrance as a young woman in love, until her last steps towards her grave, Ako Kondo was

Spartacus: The good, the evil and the wall between

Lucas Jervies, the choreographer of the Australian Ballet’s new production of Spartacus wanted to create a work that relates to

Gielgud’s Giselle, a heritage work in the Australian Ballet’s repertoire with added pizazz courtesy of David Hallberg

The minute David Hallberg makes his entrance it’s clear he’s a man of distinction and charm. No wonder the vulnerable

The Australian Ballet’s 2018 tent pole: Spartacus reinvented for the 21st century

In any ballet season there’s always a big show, a premiere, a hook that adds that extra bit of excitement

Kevin Jackson seizes the day with his Sydney debut as Nijinsky

The opening night of Neumeier’s Nijinsky in Sydney was Remembrance Day, the 11th of November, a day that marks the

Murphy’s Swan Lake in London: The Verdict

The Australian Ballet’s four-day season of Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake at the Coliseum in London has ended with the city’s

A Year of Beauty in numbers

Programming a sumptuous new production of Sleeping Beauty, initiating Storytime Ballet for children, adding a Sydney season of Graeme Murphy’s

Benjamin Millepied: A stranger in his own land

When Brigitte Lefèvre prepared for her retirement as director of the Paris Opera Ballet, she made it known that her

2016: The past, the present, and a very big challenge of the future

A hundred years ago the Ziegfeld Follies opened on Broadway with Bachelor Days, a vaudeville show that included a song