Currently showing Inside Our Studio
INSIDE OUR MORNING CLASSFree to Watch |25 June
When the dancers move from the barre into the centre, the fireworks begin! We’ve captured the most dynamic part of our daily class.
VERVE: FILIGREE AND SHADOW IN THE STUDIOFree to Watch |01 April
Be a fly on the wall for a rehearsal of Tim Harbour's exhilarating Filigree and Shadow – one third of our triple bill program Verve.
A TO Z EN POINTEFree to Watch |27 November
From ‘Arch’ to ‘Ouch Pouch’ and onward! Our dancers demonstrate a pointe-related point for every letter of the alphabet.
World Ballet Day 2018 HighlightsFree to Watch |21 November
On 2 October 2018 The Australian Ballet joined two of the leading ballet companies in a global live stream event to celebrate the art of ballet.
Decoding MimeFree to Watch |22 August
The incomparable story ballet Giselle is a perfect way to delve into the beautiful tradition of ballet mime.
The Australian Ballet: StudiosFree to Watch |03 August
Slip on your ballet shoes and join our adult classes at the home of The Australian Ballet.
En Pointe with Lisa CraigFree to Watch |24 July
Pointe shoes are an essential part of a ballerina's life. In this meditative mini-doco, Lisa Craig takes us through her personal pointe-shoe prep routines (featuring knives and darning) and reflects on the perfect balance en pointe.
En Pointe with Jade WoodFree to Watch |04 July
Watch as Senior Artist Jade Wood takes us through her weekly pointe-prep ritual.
Ballet Anatomy: EyesFree to Watch |14 June
The eyes may be the window to the soul, but they're also key to a dancer's expression and connection.
Ballet Anatomy: HandsFree to Watch |21 May
A dancer’s hands do the heavy lifting in more ways than one.
Ballet Anatomy: FeetFree to Watch |01 May
The second instalment of our Ballet Anatomy series focuses on the vital tools that are the feet.
Ballet Anatomy: MusclesFree to Watch |13 April
The ballet body is a working body. In the first instalment of our Ballet Anatomy series, we take a look at how our dancers use their muscles as the foundation of flexibility, strength, agility and control.