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NZDC Company Contemporary Class

Challenge yourself and push your technique in new ways with our weekly contemporary classes. These classes are aimed at pre-professional, intermediate/advanced dancers over the age of 14. Keep Reading

 

Swan Lake - Imperial Russian Ballet

Following sell-out performances of A Russian Triple Bill, The Imperial Russian Ballet Company return to Australia and New Zealand to perform Swan Lake. Swan Lake crosses the world of magic and mystical creatures with that of the real world. It is a story where the virtues of love and forgiveness in the end conquer evil and betrayal. Keep Reading

 

Hansel and Gretel - Royal New Zealand Ballet

For Christmas 2019, the Royal New Zealand Ballet is proud to present a new two-act ballet by Loughlan Prior, with a specially commissioned score by Claire Cowan. This major premiere brings together many of New Zealand’s creative talents to tell a timeless tale for audiences young and old. Keep Reading

 

Enough

Choreographed and performed by Mike Sorensen. Featuring spoken word composed by Michael Moore, music by Jeremy Mayall and a cast of dancers from around Aotearoa, Enough is a unique insight into one person’s experience with depression Keep Reading

 

Leap Dance symposium - Dancing heritage, Tracing lineage

The dance symposium invites dance scholars, pedagogues, curators, choreographers and practitioners to celebrate some of the most iconic choreographers and dance educators in New Zealand and to trace their history, lineage and contribution to the development of contemporary dance not only in Aotearoa New Zealand but also worldwide. Keep Reading

 

Mobile Core Embodiment and Contact Improvisation Dance in Gisborne

Mobile Core Embodiment and Contact Improvisation Dance with Clare Luiten. Keep Reading

 

Hutt City Dance Centre The Studio presents- NETWERQ

The Studio presents a showcase of works including Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop and Lyrical Dance by students. Keep Reading

 

Auckland University Dance Studies Performance Series 2019

To ‘move your thinking’ is to value your own body, mind, and culture and to examine what is relevant in diverse artistic and community contexts. It’s about activating spaces, mobilising your thinking and inspiring others. This annual series showcases our students' choreography and the performance aspect of the Dance Studies Programme at the Univers Keep Reading

 

Showcase 2019 - Unitec Dance

Featuring work by Michael Parmenter and Unitec alumni Malia Johnston, Katie Burton, Tamsyn Russell, Paul Young, Jared Hemopo and Eileen Witika. Unitec Dance is Turning 30 Keep Reading

 

Fire in the Water, Fire in the Sky

Join us for Tawata Production's Fire in the Water, Fire in the Sky; an innovative performance installation created and directed by Mīria George and performed by Te Hau Winitana, Mapihi Kelland and Amanda Noblett.  Keep Reading

 

Audio described Hansel and Gretel in Christchurch

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is providing an audio described matinee performance of the Hansel and Gretel Ballet Season on Saturday 23 November at the Isaac Theatre Royal in Christchurch. Keep Reading

 

Black Grace presents One Night Only

Following its debut season at The Joyce Theatre in New York City, Black Grace returns to the ASB Waterfront Theatre for One Night Only. Featuring live music and singing, Black Grace shares its touring programme of four works, spanning the life of one of our countries most iconic dance companies. Keep Reading

 

Studio Showing- Kota Yamazaki

As part of the Wellington City Council WARE programme, we're delighted to be hosting choreographer Kota Yamazaki at Footnote in November. While in Wellington, Kota will be researching and developing new movement with our company dancers. Keep Reading

 

Flying Down Sand Dunes

Well Fare State recipients of the NZ Fringe Parkin Development season brings “Flying Down Sand Dunes” back to BATS. 28 Nov - 7 Dec. Keep Reading

 

Ōtautahi Tiny Performance Festival

Ōtautahi Tiny Performance Festival draws together a new generation of physical performance makers in Ōtauatahi, Aotearoa and beyond. The festival embraces artists that are taking risks, pushing the boundaries and breaking new ground. Our festival is inspired by artists that spark dialogue by asking questions rather than providing the... Keep Reading

 
 
 
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