La Scala Season

La Scala Season

Only in Brisbane
  • Lyric Theatre, QPAC
    Brisbane • 07 Nov - 17 Nov
    EXCLUSIVE SEASON
    Rudolf Nureyev's Don Quixote
    $79.00 - $209.00*
    Premium, A, B & C Reserve
    Buy Now
    via QPAC
    Lyric Theatre, QPAC
    Brisbane • 14 Nov - 18 Nov
    EXCLUSIVE SEASON
    Giselle
    $79.00 - $209.00*
    Premium, A, B & C Reserve
    Buy Now
    via QPAC
  • Lyric Theatre, QPAC
    Brisbane • 07 Nov - 17 Nov
    EXCLUSIVE SEASON
    Rudolf Nureyev's Don Quixote
    $79.00 - $209.00*
    Premium, A, B & C Reserve
    Buy Now
    via QPAC
    Lyric Theatre, QPAC
    Brisbane • 14 Nov - 18 Nov
    EXCLUSIVE SEASON
    Giselle
    $79.00 - $209.00*
    Premium, A, B & C Reserve
    Buy Now
    via QPAC

*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

About the event

Italy’s celebrated Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company (La Scala Ballet) performs for the first time EVER in Australia – and only in Brisbane – as part of QPAC’s International Series. La Scala Ballet brings two iconic productions, both much-loved and stunning works of the classical repertoire – Rudolf Nureyev’s Don Quixote, and the haunting Giselle. The music for both productions will be played live by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience once of the world’s finest companies performing two classics in all their splendour, in an exclusive season of only 13 performances at QPAC.

Rudolf Nureyev's Don Quixote
Showcasing sparkling choreography and virtuoso performances from an international cast of La Scala’s principal and guest dancers, Don Quixote transports audiences to a bright and enchanting Spain; replete with gypsy dances, fandangos, matadors and windmills.

Giselle
With its hauntingly beautiful ensemble of tutus gliding eerily through the forest, Giselle is classical tradition in all its purity and splendour. Featuring an international cast of La Scala’s principal and guest dancers, Giselle continues to thrill audiences with its contrast between sunny village life and a dark and terrible kingdom inhabited by spirits.