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Ballerina drips with talent
Queanbeyan dancer Dimity Azoury will star in a mini-documentary series.
The graceful art of ballet has been Dimity
Azoury s passion since she slipped on her first
pair of ballet shoes as a four-year-old in
Queanbeyan. The dancer has just launched a
video as one of the six promising nominees in
the Australian Ballet s highest honour -- the
Telstra Ballet Dancer Award.
Her remarkable video captivates viewers
with its playful exploration of fluid movement
as dripping blue paint travels across her body.
It gave me a nice excuse to roll around in the
paint and get a bit messy, Ms Azoury said.
We had to be smart about the way we did it
because the paint was slippery. I had to do all
the big jumps and movement while the floor
was relatively dry.
The 25-year-old dancer, who went to school
in Deakin, left home at 15 to pursue her ballet
Years of hard work and travel with the
Australian Ballet have been part of making a
mark in the industry. She said being nominated
by people she looked up to was very special.
We are nominated by the principal dancers
in the company and basically it is recognition
that they see something in you.
The Australian Ballet artistic director David
McAllister said the video series enables the
public to cast votes in the People s Choice
Awards and, more importantly, demonstrates
dancers role as storytellers.
They are trained to capture passion and
emotion with their bodies, he said. These
videos are a tribute to the skill and grace of this
elegant art form.
The award, which began in 2003, has helped
to catapult the careers of many bright stars of
the Australian Ballet. Winners will be
announced in November and will take home a
$20,000 cash prize, with the People s Choice
Award recipient to win $5000.
Watch the video series at
3 - Tuesday, August 5, 2014
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