ART of Ballet Summer Course, Zurich 07th – 19th August 2017


Craig will be giving workshops on his choreography at the ART of Ballet Summer Course ZÜRICH 2017. It will take place with the support of William Forsythe from the 7th of August until the 19th of August 2017 in the beautiful studios of ZHdK - Zurich University of the Arts.

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New York Choreographic Institute


Davidson has been invited to return to the New York Choreographic Institute an affiliate of the New York City Ballet in October 2017.

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‘Reminiscence’ World Gala, Seoul International Dance Competition


From Dresden SemperOper, Sangeun Lee and Christian Bauch also bought a premiere from company dancer, Craig Davidson. His Duet Reminiscence, is a quality debut, an abstract work with a persuasive concept underlying the dance and shading the interpretation with gentle longing. The choreography is…

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‘Ambiguous Content’ West Australian Ballet at the Quarry – Dance Australia


Choreographer Craig Davidson's Ambiguous Content with distinctive side-lighting be Ben Fry, and set to a rich mix of music by Johann Paul von Westhoff, Philip Glass, Max Richter, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Ólafur Arnalds followed after a short interval. In Kate Vanables's stylish-designed blue-grey…

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‘Ambiguous Content’ West Australian Ballet, Ballet at the Quarry: Five by Night


A contrasting work, Craig Davidson's Ambiguous Content to a score by Philip Glass, was a world premiere. Much of the ambiguity was provided by the dim lighting, with dancers appearing and disappearing like a magician's doves and rabbits. There was a hint of ballroom in the staging, with the dancers…

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‘Counterbalance’ Royal Ballet of Flanders – Dance Europe


The ace in the pack, and the one where music, choreography and dance perfectly complemented each other, was Counterbalance, which opened the performance. The choreographer (soloist Craig Davidson, originally from Australia) used ten dancers, five men and five woman in a supremely confident work. By…

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