Jan 18, 2011 12:00AM

Centre Stage

Sydney Dance Company's new works for 2011.

Sydney Dance Company have just released a trailer for Shared Frequencies, their first program for 2011. The double bill will include world premieres of works by Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela and guest choreographer Jacopo Godani.

2011 has seen Sydney Festival increase its presence in Western Sydney, and one of the most exciting events in the area will be SDC's free performances with the Australian Chamber Orchestra ("the best chamber orchestra on earth"). The program, entitled 'Festival Inside Out', won't be seen anywhere else, so we highly recommend making the trip.

Shared Frequencies:

29 March - 16 April. Sydney Theatre, Hickson Road, Sydney. Tickets available from Sydney Dance Company.

Festival Inside Out:

January 21, 8pm. Parramatta Park, Parramatta. Gates open 6pm.

January 23, 8pm. Sydney International Regatta Centre, Penrith. Gates open 6pm

www.sydneydancecompany.com

www.aco.com.au

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