Alexander Idaszak —
Born in Sydney, Alexander began his dance training at J and L Productions. He successfully auditioned and was offered a place at the McDonald College of Performing Arts School, taught by Josephine Jason and Alan Cross.
After graduating, Alexander accepted a place at The Australian Ballet School in Melbourne, where he completed a Diploma in Dance and a Vocational Graduate Certificate in Classical Ballet.
Alexander joined Queensland Ballet as a Company Dancer in January 2013.
Ai-Gul Gaisina’s (after Marius Petipa) Don Quixote (The Australian Ballet’s The Dancers Company)
Jirí Kylián’s Symphony in D (The Australian Ballet School)
Leigh Rowles’Time (The Australian Ballet School)
Mark Annear’s Birthday Celebration (The Australian Ballet’s Peggy season)
Les Sylphides (The Australian Ballet School)
What has been your favourite role to perform and why?
"It was my first year with Queensland Ballet fresh out of the Australian Ballet School and I was given the opportunity to perform Albrecht in Giselle. This was my first ever principal role in a full length classical ballet with a professional company. I found Albrecht challenging as a first year dancer but also very rewarding, I'll always hold this ballet close to my heart."