Currently showing Inside Our Studio
Lifts of SylviaFree to Watch |29 October
In his new version of Sylvia, Stanton Welch goes all out with the pas de deux, which feature towering lifts and complex holds. Here are our dancers rehearsing them.
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.
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.