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Black Grace - Virtual Verses

Black Grace had just opened ‘Verses’ when the tour was postponed due to covid-19. Virtual Verses is an offering until we can get back on the road. This video compilation is an unexpected celebration of the human spirit – in kitchens, living rooms, screens and porches. Verse... Keep Reading


9 SOCIAL MEDIA HACKS WITH Anton Pulefale - DANZ Social Media Takeovers Session #4

9 SOCIAL MEDIA HACKS WITH Anton Pulefale  Here are some quick hacks @anton.pulefale has shared with us to help present yourself or your company/studio on Social Media!  View the video HERE ✂️Concept & Edited by: @anton.pulefale. Keep Reading


Queensland Ballet Academy 2021 Auditions

Queensland Ballet Academy is passionate about developing the artists of the future, providing a clear career pathway through intensive training, to produce young ballet dancers whose talent and ability are internationally sought-after. 2021 Auditions are now open for the Pre-Professional Program, Academy Program and Guest Academy Program. All... Keep Reading


Te Whare Tangata by Chas Samoa and Ankaramy Fepuleai - DANZ Social Media 2020 Takeover Session #8

Te Whare Tangata - Chas Samoa & Ankaramy Fepuleai A piece about the relationship between wāhine and Papatūānuku. To speak about the importance of being a woman in Māori worldview, is to also speak about the importance of our Papatūānuku because both are referred to as two parallel concepts; held in high regard because of the... Keep Reading


What The Truth Is by OTB Dance - DANZ Social Media Takeover Season 2020 - #6

‘What The Truth Is’ by OTB Dance DANZ Presents ‘What The Truth Is’ by A music video for Auckland-based band ‘The Backchat’. •• Choreographed by Lydia Rasmussen in collaboration with dancers Emily Tudor and Macayla Lock. Filmed by Bekah Smith and edited by Alex Page. Filmed at Corban Estate Keep Reading


The Sixxes Dance Workshop - DANZ Social Media Takeovers #10

The Sixxes have put together a dance workshop in partnership with DANZ as part of the 'Social Media Takeover 2020'. "Too young to party with Ladi6? The Sixxes welcome you to their world of fun energy and crazy dance moves! Come with us as we teach you our favourite dance that we get to perform at festivals and meet some of our friends who have... Keep Reading


Victoria Medina presents Latin Fusion Choreography workshop - DANZ Social Media Takeover Season #5

Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ) and Victoria Medina present a Latin Fusion Choreography workshop, as part of the DANZ Social Media Takeover Season 2020. Victoria is an emerging dancer and choreographer from Caracas, Venezuela. At the age of 16, Victoria moved to Aotearoa with her family and has since been a part of the Aotearoa dance... Keep Reading



THE ROYAL FAMILY VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE: ICONIC EDITION (1-3 of 3) RENT NOW *Please note, if you have already pre-purchased this content, please visit MY LIBRARY in the BROWSE tab to view. You do not need to buy this Rental. PREMIERE DATE AUGUST 28TH 2020 at 8 PM EST (USA) / AUGUST 29TH 2020 at 12 PM (NZ) Relive some of your favourite... Keep Reading


NZDC Company Classes

PROFESSIONAL LEVEL DANCE CLASSES WEEKDAYS WHEN DANCERS ARE IN RESIDENCE / 9:00 AM – 10:30 AMWellesley Studios, 113 Wellesley St West, Auckland We warmly invite you to join us for our weekly company classes. These classes happen throughout the year when NZDC is in residence at Wellesley Studios. Start your day in the right way with our... Keep Reading


Royal New Zealand Ballet Whānau Day at Te Papa

When | Āhea? Sat 3 Oct 2020, 10.00am–3.00pm Where | Ki hea? Throughout Te Papa Cost | Te utu? Free event Bring your friends and whānau and get a taste of RNZB’s new production of Sleeping Beauty. Learn some simple dance steps and positions, experience the magical story of an enchanted kingdom, and get colourful and crafty with face... Keep Reading


New Date- Performance- Party- Footnote Turns 35

With relief and excitement (especially considering the difficulties still being faced by our industry) we’re SO pleased to be able to re-announce our performance and party plans for our 35th birthday celebrations! Gather with us on the 3rd October and celebrate all the extraordinary people who have contributed to the history and future of... Keep Reading


Matariki for Tamariki – Ngā Tamariki o Ngā Mata Ariki - NZDC

From the twinkling whetū (stars), to the rustling leaves in the ngahere (forests), the mighty maunga (mountains), to the crashing waves of the majestic moana (ocean), watch and learn about the significance of the Māori New Year through storytelling, dance, and song. Following the performance, a 45-minute workshop will see tamariki use their... Keep Reading


Shel We? by Le Moana at Hawkes Bay Arts Festival

Inspired by the works of renowned American writer Shel Silverstein, Shel We? is an invitation. An enchanting, playfully intriguing, and visually stunning dance show. Shel Silverstein was a critically acclaimed writer of children’s books such as Where the Sidewalk Ends, Falling Up and most notably The Giving Tree. He was a talented lyricist... Keep Reading


Ecology in Fifths - Hawkes Bay Arts Festival

Inspired by H Guthrie Smith’s (1921) Tūtira: The Story of an NZ Sheep Station, Ecology in Fifths unravels the NZ myth of a ‘clean green and natural landscape’ — revealing the environmental tensions that lie underneath our grassy paddocks and forest canopies. Spectacular performance design by director Sam Trubridge and stunning... Keep Reading


Undercurrent National Tour - Footnote New Zealand Dance

Two absorbing new dance works that are rich in detail and grand in scale. Dive in and be swept into these worlds, created by Japanese artist Kota Yamazaki and New Zealand choreographer Rose Philpott. Kota Yamazaki shares a reflective mosaic of visual delight in his work Fog, Nerves, Future, Ocean, Hello (echoes). Mysterious, surprising and... Keep Reading



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