Noah Dunlop —

Noah Dunlop
Young Artist

Birthplace

Canberra

Training

  • 2007 – 2009 Michael Riggs and Terri Simpson (Adelaide)
  • 2010 – 2014 Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School
  • 2015 – 2017 The Australian Ballet School

Queensland Ballet 

Jette Parker Young Artist 2018

Favourite roles

William Forsythe’s In The Middle Somewhat Elevated

Repertoire includes

  • Tim Harbour’s Carmen and Jose in 2014
  • Graeme Murphy’s Almost
  • Leigh Rowles’ Ascension in 2016
  • George Balanchine’s Serenade in 2017
  • Maggie Wilson’s Vitae in 2017

Roles would love to dance

  • Romeo in Romeo and Juliet
  • Des Grieux in Manon
  • Waltz Boy in Serenade
  • Phlegmatic in Four Temperments
  • Anything by Jiří Kylián, William Forsythe and Crystal Pite

Dance inspiration

The day-to-day. As you can feel yourself grow as both a person and a dancer, and because it leads to ‘that feeling’ on-stage - of being entirely free and totally embodying the music and character

Awards and achievements

  • Finalist and Performance Award Recipient - Sydney Eisteddfod's McDonald's Ballet Scholarship in 2014
  • Represented Australian Ballet School at an international dance showcase in Beijing (2016) and at the Assemble Internationale in Toronto in 2017

Other Information

Childhood interest in Greek Mythology. Would like to work as a ballet master, choreographer and/or director later in life, but have also always liked the idea of writing on a TV series