Eight Aussie celebrities travel to the original Kellerman's Resort film location to undergo an immersive Dirty Dancing experience, re-creating memorable movie moments and dance routines.
After retiring as a professional dancer, Julio Bocca, one of the most famous ballet dancers ever, accepts the challenge to direct a forgotten national ballet in its unfinished theatre. This film explores the contrast between Bocca's quest for excellence and the daily life of this company, set in a changing scenery that frames the lives of dancers, workers, cleaners and technicians.
Filmed over two years, follow the meteoric rise of this all-male dance company. The film explores what it takes to turn eight individuals into one formidable company and follows the process from first auditions, through boot-camp training and creating work, right up to their performance in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
A feature length dance film without dialogue, shot on location in Northern France featuring dancers from BalletBoyz dance company. Based on the hugely successful stage production that premiered at Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, in 2015, it is choreographed by Ivan Perez with a commissioned score performed by BBC Concert Orchestra.
Intimate and thrilling film that follows the world's most sought-after ballet choreographer, Christopher Wheeldon, as he becomes the first Englishman to be invited to create a new work for the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow.
Fifty-five years after its premiere, the Stuttgart Ballet revisits John Cranko's legendary Romeo and Juliet the very choreography which laid the foundations for the "Stuttgart ballet miracle", the company's meteoric rise to fame. In this anniversary performance of the stunning, timeless production, experienced Cranko-performers and highly talented young dancers share the stage to tell the most famous love story of all time.
BalletBoyz, winners of the 2013 National Dance Award for Best Independent Company, is a 10-strong, all-male, world-class, modern dance troupe currently touring sell-out shows throughout the UK and internationally.
Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Philharmonic accent the colors, rhythms, and passion of music by leading composers from Argentina in this invigorating evening at the Hollywood Bowl: Astor Piazzolla, the master of Nuevo Tango, who's four tangos feature on stage the dance company Tango Buenos Aires, known worldwide as the most authentic and uncompromising representative of the tango, Alberto Ginastera, one of the most important 20th-century classical composers of the Americas and Piazzolla's first teacher, and Lalo Schifrin, who, beside his concert music, is the composer of the famous scores of Mission: Impossible and Dirty Harry. His Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra, a world premiere recording, is composed for Angel Romero, an iconic master of the classical guitar.
Held at Qudos Bank Arena, this is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools. Featuring dance and musical performances by thousands of students.
Follow people from all walks of life - including an ER doctor from Battery Park, a construction contractor from Queens, an equities trader from Wall Street, a policeman from Midtown Manhattan - as they come together at Spanish Harlem's Santo Rico Dance School to let loose, dance and connect while learning the rich art of salsa.
Historian and curator Lucy Worsley and Strictly Come Dancing star Len Goodman, take to the floor to reveal the untold story of British dance. This three part series offers a fascinating insight into British society, exploring how the nation's love of dance has always been more than just mastering the moves and feeling the rhythm. It's about sex and seduction, power and politics, economics and of course, romance. They explore how dancing went from being frowned upon as dangerous and debauched in the 17th century to being celebrated as an essential social skill in the 18th century.
Nureyev's Sleeping Beauty performed here by the l'Opera national de Paris. Tchaikovsky's score performed by Paris Opera Ballet Orchestra, directed by Karoui. Aurora: Eleonora Abbagnato. Prince: Mathieu Ganio. Florine: Myriam Ould-Braham.
A young man reconciles ancient tradition with the modern, urban world in this debut feature from Stephen Page, artistic director of Australia's renowned Bangarra Dance Theatre.
In October 2012, Ella Havelka, a descendant of the Wiradjuri people, became the first Indigenous dancer to be invited into The Australian Ballet in its 50-year history.
Live performance of the Irish dance and musical production created, choreographed and starring Michael Flatley. Recorded at the London Palladium theatre in 2014, the show features a new musical score composed by Gerard Fahy and some of the world's most talented dancers including James Keegan, Mathew Smith and Alice Upcott.
A documentary short about the Sydney Forro dance community classes at Redfern Community Centre. Social partner dancing is increasingly being found to be one of the best things we can do for our wellbeing, especially at a time when loneliness and social isolation are identified as major health risks.
A coming-of-age tale told through the eyes of Tu, an ambitious young man from Auckland who dreams of being a professional hip-hop dancer.
It's judgement day. The third years sit before the company panel and learn their fate - who will be offered a professional contract with the National Ballet Company and who will have to find a new dream?
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