Mother’s Day in modern times is meant to honour the woman who gave you birth and to thank her for the myriad of ways she has, and still contributes to your life
Adapted by Gareth Valentine, with choreography by Derek Deane, those passionately in love with dance will enjoy the Queensland Ballet’s Strictly Gershwin in May
Sydney visual artist Alexia Sinclair has a unique ability to articulate her love of knowledge and learning through visual art and Rococo is her new masterpiece
Watch a show or join an organisation, dancing is good for us all and from ballroom to stage, whether you watch or want to dance, its heartily good for the soul
Australia’s best ballet boys McAllister and Cunxin are inspiring subscribers, introducing a new generation to beautiful dance, by taking them back to the future
The Queensland Ballet presents Kenneth MacMillan’s famous version of Romeo and Juliet for its winter season starring Tamara Rojo, Carlos Acosta and Steven McRae
Ballet Choreographer Greg Horsman is bringing the life-like doll Coppélia back to life for a new production for the Queensland Ballet 24 April to 10 May at QPAC
The Queensland Ballet are getting set to have tutu much fun, on International Tutu Day, Sunday 2 February, 2014 at West End. They are opening the doors of their ballet home at the Thomas Dixon Centre and inviting all to come and celebrate. It’s to be a family fun day…
The Australian Ballet, Queensland Ballet and the Sydney Dance Company have a lot to offer in their 2014 programs, bold stories of opulence, design and artistry
Li Cunxin Artistic Director of the Queensland Ballet has secured the rights to perform Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s version of the ballet Romeo and Juliet in 2014
The Queensland Ballet’s story is ongoing and its 2013 dance program prepared by Artistic Director Li Cunxin will be reviewed in a positive, inspirational light
In his final year at the helm of the Queensland Ballet Francois Klaus has lost none of his passion or the commitment he is renowned for in imagining Wonderland.
Li Cunxin, the ballet dancer, who literally leaped into the limelight when he published his best selling autobiography Mao’s Last Dancer in 2003, will take centre stage at the helm of the Queensland Ballet at the end of 2012, the final year for present artistic director Francois Klaus.