A new streaming service from The Australian Ballet will allow audiences to watch performances as many times as they like over a 30 day period.
Ballet TV offers a collection of free to watch clips and videos, including rehearsal footage, interviews, behind the scenes insights, trailers, and artistic showcases.
Now, for an $8 fee, viewers will also be able to rent recordings of full productions, and stream them at home or on the go – perfect for those unable to see the company in the flesh.
The first productions that have been made available through this service are Wayne McGregor’s Dyad 1929, and August Bournonville’s La Sylphide, one of the world’s oldest surviving ballets.
For more information, and to try out the service, visit the Ballet TV website, and check out the ‘On Stage’ section.