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The Australian Ballet : Elegy: poetic reflections on life and spirituality

April 1, 2011

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  Olivia Bell in Beyond Bach. Photo by Branco Gaica. For immediate release Thursday 31 March 2011    Elegy: poetic reflections on life and spirituality A Melbourne-only season of two heavenly ballets   The Australian Ballet warms up the Melbourne winter with Elegy, a Stephen Baynes double bill which explores the journey of human experience and […]

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Stepping Out: The Australian Ballet launches 2011 season

September 14, 2010

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The Australian Ballet’s Artistic Director David McAllister launched the company’s 2011 season in Melbourne today. In 2011, the company reflects on its coming of age and celebrates its extensive international influence over the past 49 years. From classic, full-length ballets to exciting contemporary offerings, each work in the 2011 season has a significant place in […]

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Ballet NEWS | Homage to Nureyev

March 22, 2010

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Homage to Nureyev London Coliseum March 21st 2010 Erina Takahashi and Dmitri Gruzdyev in the Black Swan pas de deux from Swan Lake Photography throughout :  Tim Cross I’ve never seen Rudolph Hametovich Nureyev dance live. But I felt his compelling presence in every corner of the stage this evening, which is surely the aim […]

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Ballet NEWS | Nureyev Gala – programme details

March 20, 2010

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Rudolf Nureyev

BREAKING BALLET NEWS – Johan Kobborg, who is injured, is replaced by Sergei Polunin If you are attending the Gala tomorrow night in tribute to Nureyev, here is the programme for the evening : Photograph :  Frederika Davis PROGRAMME 21 MARCH THE MOOR’S PAVANE Farukh Ruzimatov, Irina Perren, Vera Arbuzova, Alexander Omar Music: Henry Purcell (1659-1695) […]

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