Miko Fogarty appeared in the award-winning 2011 ballet documentary “First Position” and has accumulated awards from prestigious dance competitions such as YAGP, the Prix de Lausanne, the Varna International Ballet Competition, and the Moscow International Ballet Competition. She chats with us about her hobbies, cross-training, and more.
After getting a shot in the arm for flu season on Wednesday afternoon, Haglund proceeded to ensconce himself in a plush seat at New York City Ballet in the evening for what turned out to be another shot in the...
Our 2015 season will be A Year of Beauty – so when we shot the images for its launch, we wanted to capture something truly exquisite. And with the help of our dancers, photographer Justin Ridler, and a Spring meadow-full … Continue reading ?
A gala event for the prestigious Premio Positano Danza Léonide Massine took place last Saturday in Positano, Italy. This year’s winners include the Bolshoi’s Olga... The post Story & Emotion: An Interview with Xander Parish appeared first on The Ballet Bag.
Let’s hear it for the boys! Ballet dads driving round their dance-mad kids, guys joining girls at the barre, the fabulous men of The Australian Ballet … we love you all! We’re kicking off every Monday by celebrating our favourite … Continue reading ?
Imogen Chapman is one of six nominees for the 2014 Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. Here’s our chat with this talented dancer. What was it like training at The Royal Ballet School? What’s the main thing you took away from the … Continue reading ?
Julio Bocca’s, Ballet Nacional Sodre, premieres a brand new production of Don Quijote in Montevideo with choreography by Raúl Candal/Silvia Bazilas and designs by Hugo Millán. Our own Maria Riccetto will be making her Kitri debut on Friday, August 29th...
Ingrid Gow is one of six nominees for the 2014 Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. Here’s our chat with this talented dancer. You knew from the age of four you wanted to be a ballerina – what attracted you about ballet … Continue reading ?
To celebrate our winter season, we asked The Australian Ballet’s digital community to create and share an illustration inspired by the coldest part of the year and the ballet. The responses were extraordinary, warm and heartfelt. We had so many … Continue reading ?
Rina Nemoto is one of six nominees for the 2014 Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. Here’s our chat with this talented dancer. What first inspired your love of dance? I started ballet when I was three years old. My mother told … Continue reading ?
Jade Wood is one of six nominees for the 2014 Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. Here’s our chat with this talented dancer. What was the first ballet you saw that blew you away, and why? I can’t remember my very first … Continue reading ?
The lavish Indian design of Stanton Welch’s La Bayadère inspired a shoot featuring Soloist Robyn Hendricks as the ballet’s spoilt princess Gamzatti, who’ll go to any lengths to win the handsome warrior Solor. As a rajah’s daughter, Gamzatti wears costumes … Continue reading ?
Cristiano Martino is one of six nominees for the 2014 Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. Here’s our chat with this talented dancer. Like many dancers, you moved to Melbourne from interstate to pursue your dance training at The Australian Ballet School. … Continue reading ?
Angel Corella will stage a full length Don Quixote for 60 pre-professional students of The Hartt School's Community Division in West Hartford where he is in residence at the school's four-week ballet intensive program. The Don Quixote will be on...
The Cigarette solo from Suite en blanc is so named because it’s set to music composed by Edouard Lalo for a long-lost ballet called Namouna. Not much is known about Namouna, which was about a slave girl and her two … Continue readin...
Alice Topp, Bodytorque favourite and dancer of The Australian Ballet, will make her fourth work as part of Bodytorque.DNA. We spoke to her about her vision of a world where similarities are just as important as differences. Tell us about … Continue reading ?
Melbourne. The honeyed light of early winter. The stylised mid-century lines of Serge Lifar’s ballet Suite en blanc. A Deco mansion floating like a creamy ocean liner in the forest, waking to life again after a sleep of more than … Continue reading ?
Our latest take on George Balanchine’s Ballet Imperial, coming up as part of our scintillating Imperial Suite program, comes from the very dear-to-our-hearts ladies at Wardrobe v Pantry. Edible jewels? Yes please! Inspired? Style Ballet Imperial your own way and … Continue reading ?
ABT's starry guest artists and imports are now being peddled at a discount on TDF. They're not selling any better than the real ABT dancers' performances. La Bayadere for May 26, 27 and 28 mat are available for $31. And...
Contributor Lauren Warnecke, gives a special #whydancematters report on the Adaptive Dance Program at Hubbard Street serving adults with Parkinson's, and now youth with Autism and physical disabilities.