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Welcome to World Ballet Day! You can now watch the highlights of our stream. Hosted by James Tobin and Brooke Lockett, our World Ballet Day features rehearsals, behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and exclusive insights alongside features from Hong Kong Ballet, West Australian Ballet and Queensland Ballet. For more ballet: www.worldballetday.com
Welcome to World Ballet Day! You can now watch our one hour highlights reel from the live stream. From fabulous fouettés to far-out sports science moments ... Hosted by Chris Bath and Senior Artist Jarryd Madden, our World Ballet Day features rehearsals, behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and exclusive insights alongside features from La Trobe University's Gate Lab, The National Ballet of Japan, The National Ballet of China and Singapore Dance Theatre.
Oct 16-19 at Cal Performances Praised internationally for meticulous technique delivered with emotional warmth, The Australian Ballet presents a signature work hailed as "a beautiful, romantic and tragic journey" (Australian Stage). Lush, lavish, and a feast for all the senses, Graeme Murphy's Swan Lake retains all the enchantment and drama of the classic, with reference to the royal love triangle of Princess Diana, Prince Charles, and Camilla. As rich with scenic and costume design as choreography and storytelling, the Berkeley performance is the production's first in the Bay Area and second in the United States. Tickets: http://bit.ly/CPTAB1415
Investing in today's dancer, for tomorrow. Australia’s national centre for élite vocational classical dance, The Australian Ballet School, produces dancers of the highest calibre for its parent company, The Australian Ballet and companies around the world. As Official Uniform and Production Partner, Bloch is proud to support these young dancers throughout their education and training. By providing a vast selection of products suited for developing dancers, Bloch understands the importance of an individual dancer’s needs. Bloch and The Australian Ballet School work tirelessly to help pre-professional dancers fulfil their potential and become the best they can be. http://www.bloch.com.au/content/208-ABS
On October 1 The Australian Ballet joined four of the world's premier ballet companies in a global live stream event. Join us for all the highlights from the behind-the-scenes action at The Australian Ballet. Featuring rehearsals, interviews and insight into one day in the life of a ballet company. Do you want to watch the highlights of World Ballet Day LIVE from the other companies? Watch the Bolshoi Ballet: https://www.youtube.com/user/bolshoi Watch The Royal Ballet: https://www.youtube.com/user/RoyalOperahouse Watch the National Ballet of Canada: https://www.youtube.com/user/nationalballetofcanada Watch the San Francisco Ballet: https://www.youtube.com/user/SFBallet World Ballet Day is a global first and we want you to be part of it. Join the conversation #worldballetday
10 years old ballet student Danielle Scott performing classical piece
Our dancers Adam Bull, Christopher Rodgers-Wilson, Cameron Hunter and Cristiano Martino talk about the highs and lows of the profession and show off their beautiful technique. Production: The Apiary Cinematography: Marden Dean Music: Rat vs Possum - Binti Jua (Faux Pas remix)
Buy now on DVD: http://shop.abc.net.au/products/nureyevs-don-quixote-dvd Blu-Ray also available: http://shop.abc.net.au/products/nureyevs-don-quixote-bd This outstanding film, directed and choreographed by the legendary Rudolf Nureyev, premiered in Sydney in 1973, had a Royal Gala Performance in London in 1974, went briefly to New York, and despite receiving rave reviews, promptly disappeared. Lost to the world for 25 years, this masterpiece has been painstakingly restored with full surround sound in digital stereo. It features Rudolf Nureyev as Basilio, Sir Robert Helpmann as Don Quixote and Lucette Aldous as Kitri. Widely regarded as one of the defining performances of a ballet, Don Quixote was instrumental in shaping the legacy and legend of Nureyev. The ballet was filmed over four ...
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a dancer in The Australian Ballet -- the hard work, the performance highs, the tight-knit friendships, the laughs and challenges? Focusing on Telstra Ballet Dancer Award nominees Amy Harris and Jake Mangakahia, this new ten-part series will take you behind the scenes as never before to show you the inner workings of the company. In Episode #1: January, the dancers return from their break to gear up for the 50th anniversary season. Production: The Apiary
“A day goes for 24 hours, and I do ballet for 10 hours … Without ballet, my life is not complete.” Principal Artist Ako Kondo tells us what ballet means to her, and we take a journey through her sumptuous career so far. Watch more on Ballet TV: https://australianballet.com.au/tv
What’s a dancer’s day like at The Australian Ballet? Follow Coryphée Benedicte Bemet from morning commute to curtain down. Step behind-the-scenes with The Australian Ballet this World Ballet Day at 12pm 1 October. Watch the live stream and be a part of the global celebration of dance. More details: http://www.australianballet.com.au/worldballetday Produced: The Apirary, Music: "Maylands" by Tantrums Courtesy of Gaga Music
As I watched film of the Borovansky Ballet’s Act Two of ‘Swan Lake’, I realised the humble beginnings of what were to become the Australian Ballet had resonances with the development the Vic-Wells Ballet to the Royal Ballet. The 1946 or 1947 footage here shows Edna Busse as Odette, Kenneth Gillespie as Prince Siegfried, an unidentified dancer as Benno and members of the corps de ballet. The Borovansky Ballet mounted ‘The Black Swan’ in 1950, and then the National Theatre Ballet finally presented the first full-length ‘Swan Lake’ in the country in 1951. There is also in this video some newsreel film of Edna Busse in her costume as Odette talking to Tamara Tchinarova dressed as Zoebeide in ‘Scheherazade’ - they are supposedly chatting backstage in the interval between the two ballets. The...
Don’t miss the ultimate night out as the Australian Ballet present Swan Lake. A ballet filled with tutus, graceful leaps and glittering sets, a visit to Swan lake is an unforgettable experience. http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com/whatson/tab_swan_lake_2016.aspx
View complete Giselle playbill and book tickets to all Giselle performances in St.Petersburg online at http://RussianBroadway.com/Giselle Execute: Christine Walsh, Kelvin Coe, Elizabeth Toohey, David McAllister Original video from balletoman.com
"You put a tutu on ... you feel like a ballerina." Three of The Australian Ballet's dancers speak about the beautiful tool of their trade. Subscribe: http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com http://facebook.com/sydneyoperahouse http://plus.google.com/+SydneyOperaHouse http://twitter.com/sydoperahouse http://instagram.com/sydneyoperahouse Video Production: The Apiary Music: Magic Hands
A ballerina's life is spent on the tips of the toes. In this meditative mini-doco, three of our dancers take us through their personal pointe-shoe prep routines (featuring knives, matches and shellac) and wax reflective about nurturing their feet. Production by The Apiary
To celebrate the launch of the new Princess and Frozen collections, The Australian Ballet and Disney have created this beautiful video choreographed by Alice Topp featuring rising star Benedicte Bemet dancing alongside iconic Disney Princesses. Be transported in to a magical world of dance and film. Enjoy! Pre-order the collections from The Australian Ballet: https://australianballet.com.au/shop
As The Australian Ballet company celebrates its 50th anniversary this month we present this film revealing the roots of ballet in Australia and the story of the overseas dancers who brought their art to Australia. This encouraged the rise of local dancers who proved themselves adept in the classic ballets of Russia, France and Great Britain. It traces the birth of Australian choreography, decor and mounting with Australian dancers shown performing an Australian musical composition with Australian themes. Influential figures such as Edouard Borovansky, Tchinarova and Margot Stevenson are featured as well as the Borovansky Ballet, the Ballet Guild and the Bodenwieser Modern Expressive Ballet. It is the history of ballet in Australia that ultimately lead to the formation of the prestigious an...
When the call went out for aspiring choreographers to take their work to the Australian ballet's biggest stage, Alice Topp decided to take on the challenge. Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/05/08/a-rising-choreography-star-at-the-australian-ballet/ Video shot & edited by Tom Compagnoni Follow HuffPost Australia: Web: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HuffPostAustralia Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/HuffPostAU Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/HuffPostAU Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/huffpostau/
Fall down the rabbit hole ... To a world of colour, fun and fantasy with Alice's Adventures in Wonderland©. We are bringing this smash-hit production to you in 2017. Full of vibrant costumes and magical effects, it's the perfect ballet for the whole family. Don't miss out - book now: http://bit.ly/AlicesAdventuresYT
Follow Alice through the looking glass into a world of colour, fun and fantasy in this dazzling international extravaganza. With the spectacle of Broadway, this ballet will transport you to into the depths of your imagination. Book today: http://bit.ly/AlicesAdventuresYT
Video sobre: ALEXIA RAMIREZ