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Ballet superstar Steven Heathcote returns to The Australian Ballet

Ballet superstar Steven Heathcote returns to The Australian Ballet Legendary Australian ballet star Steven Heathcote has returned to The Australian Ballet as the company’s newest Ballet Master and Repetiteur. Heathcote’s acclaimed ability to bring characters to life is a coup for the company as it prepares for the Australian premiere of La Bayadère, a dramatic […]

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Queensland Ballet’s Australian première of Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo & Juliet

Queensland Ballet’s Australian première of Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo & Juliet 27 June – 5 July Lyric Theatre, QPAC A PAIR OF STAR CROSS’D LOVERS The centerpiece of Queensland Ballet’s Season 2014 is the Australian première of Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s iconic Romeo & Juliet. The late Sir Kenneth MacMillan is one of the world’s most […]

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En Avant Foundation

En Avant Foundation A New Non-Profit Foundation for Specialised Ballet Coaching, Mentoring and the Awarding of Scholarships En Avant Foundation is a new initiative formed with a specific purpose to promote classical ballet by offering specialised ballet coaching via Master Classes and Workshops, utilising eminent artists from the ballet world who by virtue of their […]

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The Australian Ballet’s Onegin

The Australian Ballet’s Onegin   For immediate release Thursday 9 February 2012 Onegin: Desire V Duty A tragic Russian drama of deadly duels and unrequited love The audience favourite Onegin makes a triumphant return to the stage in 2012, interpreted by a new     generation of stars. Since its 1976 debut, this tragic love story […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Jesse Scales

Cupcakes & Conversation with Jesse Scales, ballet dancer  Jesse performed with the Melbourne Ballet Company last December and then completed her classical ballet training at the New Zealand School of Dance. She auditioned for the Sydney Dance Company held over 2 days in July this year and made it to the end (though very interested, […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Elisha Willis, Principal, Birmingham Royal Ballet

Cupcakes & conversation with Elisha Willis, Principal, Birmingham Royal Ballet Elisha Willis by Peter Tiegen Elisha will be performing the lead role (first cast) of Roxane in David Bintley’s Cyrano. She is also dancing in David’s new E=mc² and Garry Stewart’s The Centre and its Opposite in the triple bill Quantum Leaps – in Birmingham […]

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