Tag Archives: Leanne Stojmenov

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

Ratmansky’s Cinderella at the Coliseum – a round up of the London reviews

The London critics are mostly in agreement in their reviews of the Australian Ballet’s Cinderella, choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky in

Australian Dance Awards: The 2014 Winners

Gailene Stock was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the Australian Dance Awards at the Sydney Opera House tonight.

Memories of the year that was, hopes for the year to come

Looking backwards before glimpsing forward, the two highlights of the Australian dance year were the season of the Paris Opera

Ratmansky’s Cinderella: a spellbinding tale told in a framework of the cosmos, circles and squares

This review was commissioned by Dance Europe, and was published at the end of October in the November issue of

At the Vanguard: tough and tender was the night

Vanguard is a trio of sweets. The first and last are sharp and brittle, a wake-up for the palate. In

Onegin: To every thing there is a season

The double asterisks on the nightly cast lists say it all. The symbol following a dancer’s name means “debut in

British ballet at its best – and one from the museum

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

Australian Ballet promotions

Amber Scott, Leanne Stojmenov and Andrew Killian were promoted tonight on stage during the opening night of the Australian Ballet’s