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  • The Future is Bright

    Australia’s national centre for elite vocational classical dance, The Australian Ballet School, produces dancers of the highest calibre for its parent company, The Australian Ballet and companies around the world. As Official Uniform and Performance Partner, Bloch is proud to support these young dancers throughout their education and training.

  • Emma Wiggle's Bespoke Tutu Wardrobe

    In this special photoshoot with Bloch, Emma Wiggle (aka Emma Watkins) showcases her exquisite tutu collection custom designed and made by Bloch. Scroll through and discover the inspiration behind each tutu and find your favourite…

    Posted on Bloch, People

  • Win A Double Pass To One Of These Amazing Shows

    Win a double pass to Swan Lake On Ice, Stomp or Irish Celtic.

    Posted on Competitions & Offers

  • Adelaide Pop-Up Sale

    Bloch is coming to Adelaide to host a massive three-day sale with every item heavily reduced! Items available will include dance apparel, jazz shoes, fashion shoes and apparel, dance bags – and for the first time – a selection of Wear Moi.

    Posted on Events

  • Boys in ballet: Fighting the parody

    Ballet is a great activity for boys to do. It is athletic, testing strength, endurance, balance and flexibility. It is artistic, embracing creativity, movement quality, physical aesthetics and musicality – and further to this I would argue to the governing bodies of Australia – culturally beneficial. So, where are the boys? Former professional dancer and regular columnist with Dance Australia, Matthew Lawrence explores.

  • Backstage with Bloch: Bangarra Dancer Rikki Mason

    Bec chats with Bangarra dancer Rikki Mason in the latest episode of Backstage with Bloch. Discover how Rikki got to where he is today in this candid conversation covering topics from his love of football and martial arts and how they led him to dance, to discovering and embracing his aboriginal heritage. Rikki opens up about what it’s like to work for Stephen Page OA, Bangarra’s artistic director.

  • The Search for the Perfect Pointe

    Last month, audience favourite and Soloist with Queensland Ballet, Teri Crilly, retired from the stage after an incredible 10 years. She won’t be going far as she joins Queensland Ballet’s Internal & External Relations team. As Teri reflects on her 10-year performance career with Queensland Ballet, she shares with us her intimate journey of a professional dancer’s search for the perfect pointe shoe. Read all about Teri's pointe shoe journey here as she hangs up her shoes from the professional stage….

  • How to help your Child Thrive at Dance this Year

    Whether your child is dancing for fun, fitness and friendship or is aspiring to a professional career, here’s how you can help him or her thrive in class and on stage this year.

  • Backstage with Bloch: Shannon Holtzapffel

    Commercial dancer, choreographer, Actor, Model and TV presenter Shannon Holtzapffel joins Bec on Backstage with Bloch to discuss where his career began, why he’s had such success to date, what it’s like to work with the Industry ‘Super Giants,’ as well as what Madonna taught him. Shannon also shares with us a “behind the scenes” look at the creative process involved with Choreographing and Staring in The Greatest Showman.

  • A Day on the Plate with Jason Winters

    Jason Winters, the highly sought-after choreographer, teacher and mentor spoke to The Bloch Team about his other passion, food and his in-depth knowledge from years of reading and research on health and well-being. He gives us an insight into new approaches and ideas to guide the philosophy around food.

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