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.
Prince in Ben Stevenson's The Nutcracker
Oberon in Liam Scarlett's A Midsummer Night's Dream
Albrecht in Giselle
Ben Stevenson's Three Preludes
Nils Christe's Short Dialogues
Franz in Martin Vedel's Coppelia
Tico-Tico in Paul Taylor's Company B
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."