SDCO kick off the year with two free performances as part of Sydney Festival’s Festival Inside Out in Parramatta on 21 January and Penrith on 23 January. Joining together with the Australian Chamber Orchestra for a magical double bill, Sydney Dance Company will be presenting Rafael Bonachela’s beautiful 6 Breaths . Performed outdoors as the sun sets, this work is set to a score by Ezio Bosso with video art by Tim Richardson. First performed at the Sydney Theatre in March 2010, 6 Breaths has since toured to Venice and Shanghai and will enjoy further touring in 2011.
‘lyrical, emotionally charged choreography’ Sun Herald
Don’t miss this opportunity to catch Sydney Dance Company perform in this unique outdoor setting.
2011 Sydney Season
Tickets are now available to purchase a TWO show package to the 2011 Season. If you purchase your tickets now, you can enjoy up to a 22% discount on both performances. We will be presenting two seasons in 2011 at the Sydney Theatre – Shared Frequencies (29 March – 18 April) and The Land of Yes and The Land of No (18-30 October). Purchase your ticket package by calling Sydney Theatre on 9250 1999
More Tour Dates Announced
SDCo are pleased to announce that in July and August, they will be taking the critically acclaimed work we unfold to Western Australia and the Northern Territory. The tour will kick off in Perth at His Majesty’s Theatre from 27-30 July, then the new Albany Performing Arts Centre on 3 August and Bunbury Entertainment Centre on 6 August. The company then heads up to the top end to perform as part of the 2011 Darwin Festival . Tickets for all of these performances will be on sale in the coming months, so keep an eye out on the Sydney Dance Company website for details.
Welcome New Company Dancers
Last week, SDCo welcomed four new dancers to the company. Lauren Langlois joins us from the Australian Dance Theatre in Adelaide; Todd Sutherland has come from the Queensland Ballet; London born contemporary dancer Wayne Parsons has made the trip from the UK and we are also joined by Sydney-sider Andrew Crawford . The new dancers will make their Sydney Dance Company debut in Shared Frequencies at the Sydney Theatre in March.

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