10 - 17th March
Queensland Conservatorium Theatre
10 - 17th March
Queensland Conservatorium Theatre


Bold new contemporary dance works from four of Australasia's hottest young choreographers.

Australasian Dance Collective partners with the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU) to present Converge, a dynamic choreographic platform for national and international dance artists, featuring the works of emerging composers and musicians from QCGU.

Converge continues ADC’s long tradition of original collaborations between live musicians, composers and dancers. Featuring provocative new choreographic works from BeijingDance/ LDTX's Xu Yiming, ADC company artists, Richard Causer and Jake McLarnon, and acclaimed contemporary dancemaker, Stephanie Lake, recipient of a 2017 Australia Council Fellowship.

Bold and inspiring, Converge showcases the latest in daring contemporary dance and incredible new musical compositions.

/ Reviews

“… deeply satisfying .. a special experience … “ — Dance Australia

“ This bold and exciting new programme breaks fresh ground in contemporary dance … Don’t miss it. “ — Scenestr

Dates & Times

10 - 17th March


Queensland Conservatorium Theatre

Richard Causer
Jake McLarnon
Stephanie Lake
Xu Yiming (China)

Lighting Design
Ben Hughes

Costume Design
Alana Sargent  

Composers (QCGU) 
Isabella Gerometta
Tanya Jones
Jarvis Miller
Padraig Parkhurst
Michal Rosiak 

Musicians (QCGU) 
Ensemble Preparation - Associate Prof. Peter Luff
Orchestra Manager - Daniel Fossi
Flute/Piccolo/Alto Flute - Laura Cliff
Oboe/Cor Anglais  - An Nguyen
Clarinet/Bass Clarinet - Dario Scalabrini
Bassoon - Sasha Walker
French Horn - Jessica Goodrich
Violin 1  - Samantha Chiu
Violin 2  - Akari Prior
Viola - Sarah Hooton
Violoncello - Michael Gibson
Double Bass -  Bryn Keane
Piano - Crystal Smith
Steven Bryer
Joe Chow
Shani Raman
Mikaela Thomsen
Joyce To 

We acknowledge the First Nations people as the Traditional Owners of Meanjin (Brisbane).

Australasian Dance Collective acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their deep connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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