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New Breed 2022 choreographers
Photograph: SDC/Pedro Greig

Time Out says

Four rising stars of the choreographic world show off Sydney Dance Company's finest at Carriageworks

Now marking its ninth edition since its 2014 inauguration, New Breed is a vital showcase for emerging choreographers in both Sydney and the wider arts scene, allowing new talent the opportunity to work at the highest level and draw on experience and resources often difficult for fresh practitioners to access.

Presented by Sydney Dance Company and Carriageworks, in conjunction with principal partner the Balnaves Foundation, New Breed 2022 presents four debut works from four exciting up and coming choreographers: Jenni Large (Hobart), Charmene Yap (Sydney), Sophia Ndaba (New South Wales Central Coast) and Luke Hayward (Sydney). Each new dance will be performed by the Sydney Dance Company, with the four emerging practitioners having worked with the troupe since September to craft their pieces.

Sydney Dance Company artistic director Rafael Bonachela says: “Australia is blessed with an extremely rich talent base of dynamic young dance creators. Yet in order for them to grow in their careers and reach their full potential, they need the opportunity to practice – the chance to take their ideas and put them on the stage in front of an audience. New Breed is about giving the next generation of talented young artists the best possible opportunity to experiment and create.”

New Breed 2022 runs at Carriageworks from November 30 to December 17. For more information and tickets, go here.

Travis Johnson
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