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Hi mates,

if an ausralian dancer is here answer me!!!

I'm an italian dancer(I'm working in Rome ballet) and I want to go in Melbourne...

I have heard that it's impossible to work in Australia for foreigners because of visa.

 

Is it true?

I'm searching a small-medium contemporary company...

what do you say? Do they take foreigners?

 

thanks

 

:P:thumbsup::helpsmilie:

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wembley

Hi! I'm in Australia, although not in Melbourne currently (I grew up there).

Here's a government website with info on visas.

http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/visiting_info.htm

 

Here are two modern dance companies in Melbourne.

http://www.chunkymove.com/home.html

http://www.dancehouse.com.au/dhouse.htm

 

There are not that many dance jobs in Australia, so there may be a lot of competition for jobs. Although employers are likely to be impressed if you have trained at a big name school in Europe!

 

Hope that this helps!

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Guest paolo81

thank you for your help,Wembley... :P

 

I see you well informed!

Do you know other contemporary companys in Aus?

Do you know if they study classic in this company?

In Europe there are 2 types of contemporary company:

With obligatory classical base or Without.

Is it the same in aus?

Can you tell me which is the one with the classical base?

 

I like the first type of company. :helpsmilie:

I'm sorry for all these questions.

grazie per l'aiuto!!!

(thanks for help)

 

:thumbsup:

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mcrm55

Speaking of Australia, our whole family is thinking of travelling to Sidney and various other spots in Australia this spring as a 75th birthday present holiday for my mother! My daughter is really worried about being able to get to a class since we are talking about being away for at least two weeks. Can anyone suggest good schools there where one can drop in and take a class in the STEPS style, in Sidney or Melbourne or any other cities we might be visiting (details of trip very foggy at this point)?

 

thanks.

 

mcrm

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Guest paolo81

Hi mcrm55,

good question!!!

 

If you find the answer tell me, please.

 

:)

 

thanks

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wembley

Oh dear! I'm afraid that I don't know the answers to any of those questions!

 

Paolo, I would suggest emailing the companies and asking about whether they are classical base or not.

 

MCRM, I'm sorry but I haven't lived in Sydney, and when I lived in Melbourne I went to a local ballet studio, so I don't know about anywhere with drop-in classes. What I would suggest is doing a search through the Australian Yellowpages (http://www.yellowpages.com.au/search/searchEntry.do) and seeing if you can find anywhere through their ads. But hopefully somebody else will have a better answer for you!

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Guest paolo81

dear wembley,

 

I'll do it.

 

Meanwhile I hope that these companys 'll came in Europe...

 

Thank you! :D

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floss

mcrm55 There are many good dance schools in Sydney, if you explain what STEPS style is I might be able to give some suggestions.

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Guest paolo81

Hi floss,

 

could you say most important school for professional dancers(classic)?

 

thanks :wink:

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nikki00

mcrm55 STEPS is like a drop in class isn't it? I believe that in Melbourne Dance World 301 does that, I'll do some looking around for you.

 

Sydney:

 

Sydney Dance Company - http://sydneydancecompany.com/

Dance Central - http://www.dancecentral.com.au

 

That's all I can find for Sydney that has drop in classes, but if you try the DANCEtrain website (http://www.dancetrain.com.au/) you might be able to find some more. Enjoy your trip!

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