Ballet TV Returns

The Australian Ballet Invites You To Take Your Virtual Front Row Seat

Four Ballets to be Live Streamed

Experience The Australian Ballet performing live from anywhere in the world, as they continue their online Ballet TV series which stared in 2020 due to Covid19.

Now in 2021, The Australian Ballet is able to share a livestream of David Hallberg‘s inaugural season as Artistic Director across the globe through Live on Ballet TV, supported by their Principal Partner Telstra.

Over the coming months, watch the live-streamed performances of New York Dialects, Anna Karenina, Romeo and Juliet and Harlequinade from the comfort of your own home and enjoy bonus commentary from David Hallberg, plus live interviews and behind the scenes footage.

Tickets to individual ballets are just AUD$25 each, or buy a season package of all four ballets for only AUD$80. 

The live stream can be accessed by any device without needing to download any software or applications and can be cast to a Smart TV. Full information will be provided along with your link to view, 48 hours before the stream begins.

Book Your Virtual Front Row Seat here: australianballet.com.au/the-ballets/live-on-ballet-tv

New York Dialects | 11 June

New York Dialects unveils a new work by the American contemporary choreographer Pam Tanowitz – alongside two acclaimed masterworks, Serenade and The Four Temperaments, from George Balanchine.

Watch in real time at 7.15pm AEST Friday 11 June, or at your convenience until 5.30pm AEST Sunday 13 June.

Anna Karenina | 24 June

Leo Tolstoy’s immortal novel comes to life in this epic ballet of cinematic proportions. Heartbreak, tragedy, love, lust and betrayal are all at the centre of Anna Karenina’s undoing.

Watch in real time at 7.15pm AEST Thursday 24 June, or at your convenience until 5.30pm AEST Saturday 26 June.

Romeo and Juliet | 2 September

Experience the timeless and heart breaking classic Romeo and Juliet. John Cranko‘s epic version of Shakespeare’s most heart-rending love story reaches new heights under Artistic Director, David Hallberg.

Watch in real time at 7.15pm AEST Thursday 2 September, or at your convenience until 5.30pm AEST Saturday 4 September.

Harlequinade | 16 September

Created over a century ago but lost to history, Harlequinade is a long-lost comedy from the creator of Swan Lake. Bursting with colour, madcap characters and hilarious hijinks, Alexei Ratmansky’s staging of Marius Petipa’s Harlequinade is the perfect family treat.

Watch in real time at 7.15pm AEST Thursday 16 September, or at your convenience until 5.30pm AEST Saturday 18 September.

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