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Dance Australia December-January 2019

Dance Australia is the most respected dance journal in the country. The articles and reviews are written by the cream of Australia’s dance journalists. The beautiful photographs and glossy design make the magazine a work of art in itself –a keepsake for anyone who loves dance.

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Australia
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English
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Yaffa Publishing Group PTY LTD
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IN THIS ISSUE

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process over product

A couple of years ago I attended a series of workshops with performance psychologist Dr Shona Erskine about managing performance anxiety in dance students.I found these workshops fascinating on many levels, both as a teacher and a person who has always found any kind of public performance nerve-wracking. In particular I found it interesting that we didn’t immediately focus on preparing students for performance.Instead, Shona talked to us extensively about our day-to-day teaching, how we imparted corrections, how we motivated our students. She talked about the importance of focusing on the process of learning rather than end-goals such as performances, competitions or examinations. She talked about giving less verbal feedback to students and allowing them to experiment with different approaches to work out the best way of executing a…

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audition for houston academy!

THE Houston Ballet Academy is coming to Australia in January as part of an international audition tour for its 2019 Summer Intensive Program.Since its founding in 1955, Houston Ballet Academy has provided the highest quality ballet training to aspiring dancers. In the words of the company’s Australian Artistic Director Stanton Welch, “Houston Ballet Academy is the very foundation of Houston Ballet, where we develop our future company.” The Academy’s faculty includes teachers who have performed with Houston Ballet and other prestigious companies around the world. In addition to being the fifth largest ballet company in America, Houston Ballet also boasts Houston Ballet II, which provides students with the opportunity to dance leading roles in varied repertoire, allowing the dancers to develop performance experience, while serving the community by providing…

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australian ballet 2019

(PHOTO: GEORGES ANTONI) THE Australian Ballet 2019 season boasts a number of creations by Australian choreographers, including our “greatest living choreographer”, Graeme Murphy. He is applying his fertile imagination to the delightful Oscar Wilde story, The Happy Prince. The ballet will open in Melbourne in March (19-28) before heading to Sydney in May (1-18).Another successful Australian, Stanton Welch, will stage a new adaptation of the 1876 classic, Sylvia. The ballet will debut at the Houston Ballet (where Welch is artistic director) in the US in February before arriving in Melbourne, August 31 to September 10 and Sydney, November 8 to 23.Stephen Baynes, Timothy Harbour and Alice Topp (newly named resident choreographer) will share the bill in “Verve”, exclusively in Sydney in April (5-25).The AB is also playing host in 2019…

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new home for lucy guerin

AS we go to press, Lucy Guerin Inc is touring with Split to Hungary, Bulgaria, France and Belgium. This follows a season in Tokyo and at the Baryshnikov Arts Centre in New York and Portland, Oregon.The company has also moved home: from its much-loved Batman Street studio to WXYZ Studios in North Melbourne. “We look forward to welcoming you soon as a morning class participant, artist-in-residence or hirer of these beautiful studios,” the company says. Lilian Steiner (left) and Jessie Oshodi in ‘Split’. (PHOTO: BRYONY JACKSON) ■…

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wa ballet comes alive!

(PHOTO: LIZ LOOKER) AS a live artform, ballet defies nature. It transcends the limitations of a human body. Each movement is a unique moment created for the audience, a moment that is the compilation of years of hard work and commitment, a moment than cannot be missed. With this in mind, West Australian Ballet’s Season 2019 will be an exploration of the theme “live and alive”.The year will start as usual with Ballet at the Quarry, entitled “In Synch” (February 8 – March 2). The triple bill includes Reincarnation, a unique collaboration with Co3, WA’s contemporary dance company, and choreographer Garry Stewart; In Synch, a conceptual work by Artistic Director Aurélien Scannella and Artistic Associate, Sandy Delasalle; and X-It, by Finnish choreographer Johanna Nuutinen.From May 9 to 25, WAB will…

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web highlights

1 LOVE FROM L.E.V.The Sydney Opera House has announced that Israel’s world-renowned L-E-V Dance Company will be paying a visit this summer. http://www.danceaustralia.com.au/news/ it-s-all-aboutlove-at-the-sydney-operahouse-this-summer 2 BRISBANE DANCE PRIX The first Brisbane International Contemporary Dance (BICD) Prix took place in Brisbane in September, and proved to be an outstanding event. http://www.danceaustralia.com.au/news/ results-of-the-firstbrisbane-contemporary-prix 3 DV8 AUDITIONSDV8 is holding an open audition in Sydney for male dancers to work with Lloyd Newson on a new production of DV8’s Enter Achilles. The audition is on Sunday 21 October with recalls Monday 22 – Wednesday 24 October. http://www.danceaustralia.com.au/yafevent/dv 8-open-audition-for-male-dancers ■…

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