Choreographed by Christopher Bruce
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Christopher Bruce’s 1981 work Ghost Dances is one of the most celebrated contemporary ballet pieces of its generation. It tells stories of love and compassion, as death – in the form of the iconic “ghosts” – interrupts the daily lives of a series of ordinary people.
Liam Scarlett’s No Man’s Land draws on the power of dance to reflect upon the heartache of war. It brings to life the entwined destinies of women working in munition factories at home with the men fighting in the trenches.
Glass Concerto, choreographed by Greg Horsman, showcases the speed and precision of the artists of Queensland Ballet. Capturing the pulse and escalating intensity of Philip Glass’s music, this piece premiéred at the 43rd Prix de Lausanne Gala in Switzerland.
An assemblage of high energy, dynamic and emotional movement, Raw will captivate and inspire audiences.
After selected performances at QPAC, a panel of creative artists and dancers discusses aspects of the ballet you’ve just seen.
Informative, keepsake programs are distributed free-of-charge at all performances.
Choreographer & Set Designer Christopher Bruce
Music by Inti-Illimani
Costume Designer Belinda Scarlett
Lighting Designer Nick Chelton
Lighting Recreated By Cameron Goerg’
Choreographer Liam Scarlett
Music/Composer Harmonies Poétiques Et Religieuses by Franz Liszt
Arranged & Orchestrated by Gavin Sutherland
Set & Costume Designer Jon Bausor
Lighting Designer Paul Keogan
A co-production with English National Ballet
Choreographer Greg Horsman
Composer Concerto for Violin and Orchestra by Philip Glass
Costume Designer George Wu
Lighting Designer Cameron Goerg
30 yrs & under $65
Family $280 (2 adults, 2 children)
An additional transaction fee of $6.95 applies.
Discounts apply for season ticket packages. Create your own ballet package by choosing just two or more ballets.
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Groups 8+ $85
One ticket free per group of eight
Schools $30 per student
One teacher free per group of ten