A Virtual Evening with David McAllister

A Virtual Evening with David McAllister

AN EVENING WITH DAVID McALLISTER AND SPECIAL GUESTS

 

In recognition of your ongoing support of The Friends of The Australian Ballet we invite you and your household to join us for a very special virtual evening celebrating The Australian Ballet’s Don Quixote choreographed by Rudolph Nureyev.

In an online event curated especially for our philanthropic community, you will be treated to a live in-conversation between The Australian Ballet’s Artistic Director David McAllister and Marilyn Rowe who performed the roles of the Street Dancer and the Queen of the Dryads in the 1973 film also starring Rudolph Nureyev and Robert Helpmann.

You will then be invited to view a screening of Don Quixote via The Australian Ballet’s Ballet TV.

 

Thursday 17 September
7pm Discussion and Q&A

 

David McAllister in conversation with Marilyn Rowe, introduced by Kenneth Watkins, Philanthropy Director

 

7.45pm Don Quixote
RSVP by Tuesday 15 September

 

Last Name:

Email address:

Event access details will be provided following RSVP.
Friends in Virtual Conversation | Leo Schofield

Friends in Virtual Conversation | Leo Schofield

FRIENDS IN VIRTUAL CONVERSATION
LEO SCHOFIELD AM

 

In recognition of your ongoing support of The Friends of The Australian Ballet we invite you to join us for a warm interactive conversation via Zoom.

Hosted by Friends Deputy Chair Bruce Pollack in conversation with Leo Schofield AM

Twenty years ago this month, Australia welcomed the world to Sydney. Leo Schofield was the Artistic Director of the 2000 Sydney Olympic and the 2000 Summer Paralympics arts festivals. He has enjoyed a long and distinguished career as a journalist, critic, creative arts festival director, and trustee of countless arts and cultural organisations.

Join The Friends for a warm convivial online conversation with Leo Schofield as we explore his passion for the performing arts, involvement with the Paris Opera Ballet and revisit fond and funny Olympic moments from Sydney 2000.

WATCH THE CONVERSATION

 

 

An Evening in Black Tie with David McAllister

Steven Heathcote and David McAllister in The Merry Widow, photo Kate Longley

AN EVENING IN BLACK TIE WITH DAVID McALLISTER AM

 

 

In recognition of your ongoing support of The Friends of The Australian Ballet we invite you and your household to join us for a very special virtual evening celebrating The Australian Ballet’s The Merry Widow (proudly brought to you by The Australian Ballet’s jewellery partner Van Cleef & Arpels).

In an online event curated especially for our ballet community, you will be treated to a live in-conversation between Artistic Director David McAllister and Principal Dancers Amber Scott and Adam Bull who dance the lead roles in this version of the show-stopping production.

You will then be invited to view a screening of The Merry Widow via The Australian Ballet’s Ballet TV.

 

Friday 14 August
7pm Discussion and Q&A 

 

David McAllister, Amber Scott and Adam Bull in conversation, introduced by Kenneth Watkins, The Australian Ballet’s Philanthropy Director

 

 

7.45pm The Merry Widow

 

 

RSVP by Tuesday 11 August

 

 

 

Event access details will be provided at 5pm Friday 14 August 

Friends in Virtual Conversation | Joints and Well-being

FRIENDS IN VIRTUAL CONVERSATION
JOINTS AND WELL-BEING

In recognition of your ongoing support of The Friends of The Australian Ballet we invite you to join us for a warm interactive conversation via Zoom.

Friends of The Australian Ballet Chair Greg Khoury and Friends sub-committee member, dancer and remedial therapist Gayle Wakeling-Taylor will explore some of the ideas recently shared by The Australian Ballet and La Trobe University into joint management and treatment.

WATCH THE CONVERSATION