Join Dance for Parkinson’s Australia and Sydney Dance Company for a high-quality digital dance class for people living with Parkinson’s disease, their families, friends and care partners. Filmed in the beautiful surrounds of Bennelong Restaurant within the Sydney Opera House this class explores the works of Sydney Dance Company and takes inspiration from the sculptural elegance and stunning location of the Sydney Opera House itself.
Participants are empowered to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoying, stimulating and creative. All levels of ability and mobility welcome; no prior dance experience is required.
The Sydney Opera House is a place for everyone. Whether it’s to be entertained or inspired, we invite you to make yourself at home.
We’re making it easier for anyone who holds an Australian Government Health Care Card to enjoy everything the Sydney Opera House has to offer. Receive a $100 Gift Voucher, redeemable on a wide range of shows and tours programmed by Sydney Opera House Presents. All you have to do is register online and email through a scan or photo of your valid Health Care Card to email@example.com.
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The Sydney Opera House’s On the House program is enabled through the generous support of a donor who wishes to remain anonymous.
Ausdance NSW & Ausdance Victoria, supported by the Sydney Opera House, together with Arts Access Victoria and Accessible Arts have joined forces to present a free public forum on accessible dance education, training and practice.
Arts Access VIC CEO and internationally acclaimed Disabled Choreographer, Caroline Bowditch chats with Accessible Arts NSW Arts Development Officer and Musician/ Composer, Liz Martin and Deaf Contemporary Dancer and Artistic Director of The Delta Project, Anna Seymour. Probed by Ausdance NSW Projects & Programs Manager and Performance Researcher Kate Maguire-Rosier, Caroline, Liz and Anna together outline the politics, language and processes relating to the disability arts community, address what accessible dance can look like today.