Meet the New Dancers
We are thrilled to invite our Friends to Meet the New Dancers after two years.
Please join us and be introduced to the 20 very special dancers who have been invited to dance with the Company in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Elizabeth Toohey, Ballet Mistress will host an informative Q&A with a dancer representing each year, including Belle Urwin, a former FAB Australian Ballet School Scholarship recipient, and Hugo Dumapit, whose mother is a long term FAB member.
With Sydney Harbour as our backdrop, enjoy champagne and canapes in the iconic Sydney Opera House Northern Foyer, and celebrate our future dancers of The Australian Ballet.
Tickets for Meet the New Dancers are available now!
MEET THE NEW DANCERS
Tuesday 26 April 2022
6.30pm for 7pm start
Joan Sutherland Northern Foyer // Sydney Opera House
Member $75 // Member Concession $70 // Member Youth $55
Please RSVP by Monday 18 April
Price includes beverages and canapes
A $5 handling fee will be charged per transaction for all sales conducted over the phone
Or call 02 9252 7322
2020 NEW DANCERS
Karina Arimura // Adam Elmes // Thomas Gannon // Benjamin Garrett // Alan Juelg //
Larissa Kiyoto-Ward // Lilly Maskery // Jett Ramsay // Belle Urwin
2021 NEW DANCERS
Grace Carroll // Lilla Harvey
2022 NEW DANCERS
Mio Bayly // Harrison Bradley // Hugo Dumapit // Bryce Latham // Samara Merrick //
Hannah Sergi // Elijah Trevitt // Annabelle Watt // Maidie Widmer
WITH THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
Meet the New Dancers is going ahead with capacity in line with current NSW Government restrictions. This capacity may change. All sales are subject to The Friends COVID Ticketing Policy.
You must a hold a current Friends membership to book at the Friends member price.
Attendees will be marked off a guest list upon arrival at the Sydney Opera House.
All guests aged 16 and over must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or valid medical exemption to attend this event.
The Sydney Opera House currently requires that all guests wear a mask at all times while inside the foyers and theatres, including during the event. Children 12 years and under are exempt. Face masks are required for patrons aged 12 years and over while inside the foyers and theatres, including during performances. The Sydney Opera House recommends children aged 11 years and younger wear a mask at all times.