Vitesse review – Australian Ballet serves ambitious contemporary triple bill

State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne
Annual contemporary bill is a welcome respite from the Australian Ballet’s conservative repertoire and elevated by the inclusion of a Jiří Kylián piece

The Australian Ballet’s annual contemporary bill offers a respite from the company’s conservative repertoire, and an opportunity to see some of Australia’s most skilled dancers interpret key works of modern and contemporary ballet.

This year’s triple bill, Vitesse, brings two bite-sized 80s classics as well as Christopher Wheeldon’s 2006 train-themed DGV, Dance á Grande Vitesse, from which the title is taken.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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