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 Post subject: Re: Australian Ballet Sydney Season 2004
PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2004 1:07 am 
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Taking more than two to tango

By JANE ALBERT
The Australian
August 26, 2004

'I DON'T think the States is where it's at. The whole New York thing. I don't find the work interesting. I don't think it pushes the art form forward."

There, he said it. Nicolo Fonte, the New York-born and bred choreographer, goes on: "We used to be at the vanguard of most artistic movements, but after the 1960s and '70s it stopped."

The 38-year-old is in Melbourne to stage his 2002 work Almost Tango as part of the Australian Ballet's new program, Red Hot & New...
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 Post subject: Re: Australian Ballet Sydney Season 2004
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La Fille mal gardee, Australian Ballet

by JILL SYKES
the Sydney Morning Herald

At least the Australian Ballet is performing Fille better under the artistic director David McAllister - a wonderful Colas in his time - than it did a decade ago. I wrote then that I thought it was time the company retired this ballet from its repertoire. Seeing it done with more sympathy and conviction, I would amend that to retirement unless, or until, a bevy of ideal performers comes along.
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 Post subject: Re: Australian Ballet Sydney Season 2004
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Red Hot and New, Australian Ballet

By JILL SYKES
The Sydney Morning Herald
December 06, 2004

Three new works for the Australian Ballet, with good performances by the company, should have made a bigger impact than they did on opening night. The same goes for the matinee that followed, with a largely different cast. But the overall result was less than the sum of the parts.
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Ballet pulled out of a tights spot

By DINO SCATENA
The Sydney Morning Herald
November 27, 2004

Adrian Burnett, the Australian Ballet's new resident choreographer, went into panic mode as the world premiere of his new work, Aesthetic Arrest, was third in the running order.
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Nimble steps beyond space and time

By SHARON VERGHIS
The Sydney Morning Herald
November 29, 2004

Burnett has been on a frenetic schedule since being appointed as resident choreographer last year after his swan song in The Three Musketeers. From choreographic workshops with the New York City Ballet, through stints with the Royal New Zealand Ballet, to a premiere at the Houston Ballet last month, Burnett has been in perpetual motion.
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