Frances Rings will replace Stephen Page when he leaves Bangarra early in 2023 after more than 30 years as Artistic Director.
The Sydney Celebration Gala was not just a welcome surprise, but a reminder of what a truly world-class company we have, and how much we have to look forward to in 2022.
This interpretation is more about romance than horror, showing the legendary character’s quest for the ultimate love bite.
Discover our 2021 Artists of the Year, learn about Simone Young's plans for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and explore the must-read books for music lovers this summer.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
This month’s news round-up includes a name change for Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, the release of a National Cultural Plan to grow the post-COVID arts economy, and the announcement of a number of awards and fellowships.
Javier Torres' The Sleeping Beauty, a shortened and expanded version made for West Australian Ballet, suits the company perfectly, exacting the utmost control and precision – the kind that has your heart in your mouth as the dancers set up to execute some truly difficult display of technical bravura.
After nearly 20 years as The Australian Ballet's Chief Conductor and Music Director, Nicolette Fraillon is to leave the company in late 2022.
Nicolette Fraillon fell into conducting dance, but she was quickly hooked by the artform. Music Director of The Australian Ballet since 2003, she guides Jo Litson through the history of ballet music, discusses the different kinds of collaborations between choreographers and composers, and wonders why ballet scores aren’t always given their proper due.
Olivia Ansell's first Sydney Festival includes stunning installations, music in boatsheds and at The Cutaway in Bangaraoo, musicals, outdoor theatre, a strong dance component and more.
In 2022, Perth Festival celebrates the theme of Wardan (Ocean) across music, dance, theatre, visual arts, film and writing events.
The Australian Ballet and Telstra have announced the finalists in the new award introduced to nurture aspiring choreographers.
Mitch Harvey performs the inaugural production for his new company, an immersive work set in a futuristic dystopian world.