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Happy New Year everyone!
We hope that everyones year is filled with peace and happiness.
I feel that 2016 is going to be a big year in Australian Ballet. Since moving to Sydney over 10 years ago, there has been a shift in the audiance and a steady increase in ballet attandance. Watching the Australian Ballet's Sleeping Beauty performance at the end of 2015, I noticed plenty of young adults in the audience which was very pleasing!
Ballet Without Borders has some big goals for 2016.
1. Increase our public profile
2. Start discussions and collaborations with areas where we feel the school would be of the most benefit to both the individual student and the community they live in
4. Increase funding
We are very excited to see what will emerge for us in 2016!
Katia & Team
End of the year is upon us.
This year has been a hard one for me, personally and professionally. I am excited about Ballet Without Borders in 2016 and all the work ahead!
We are moving onto the next phase of working with communities in the areas we wish to introduce the school/s at, working with some wonderful dancers and dance teachers to promote and educate and developing our philanthropic support model.
Welcome the last 2 months of 2015!