Brooke Stamp

Brooke Stamp maintains a rigorous practice as a performer, choreographer and teacher in Melbourne, while continuing the development of her solo choreographic practice and interdisciplinary collaborations throughout Australia and overseas. Brooke has been collaborating with Phillip Adams BalletLab since its inception in 1998. Her independent work includes Orbit Score for Yoko for Lucy Guerin's Pieces for Small Spaces; Venus Devotional at the MCG for the 2010 Next Wave Festival; Metaverse Makeovers in three parts, curated by Thea Baumann for the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival's cultural program, and Unified Field for the graduating dance students of the VCA in 2011. In 2005 Stamp was awarded a Professional Skills and Development Award from the Australia Council for the Arts, and lived in New York from 2005 to 2007 working with artists including Sarah Rudner, Steven Petronio, Yvonne Meiers and Miguel Gutierrez. In 2010 Brooke spent two months developing her practice in residency at the Performing Arts Forum in France. In 2012, Phillip Adams BalletLab commissioned Brooke to choreograph And All Things Reuturn to Nature, which premiered alongside Philip Adams' Tomorrow in 2013.

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