The Dancers

Bronte Kelly

RNZB dancers in Bronte Kelly and Helio Lima in Don Quixote pas de deux TOWER Tutus on tour - credit Evan Li Bronte Kelly and Helio Lima in the Don Quixote pas de deux from the 2013 season of TOWER Tutus on Tour. Credit: Evan Li.

From Queensland, Australia, Bronte Kelly started dancing at the age of four and went on to train at the Australian Ballet School. She joined the RNZB at the beginning of 2011, performing in Tutus on Tour, Stravinsky Selection and The Sleeping Beauty, in which she performed the role of the Yellow Fairy. Recent highlights include appearing in Balanchine’s Who Cares?, performing the title role in the RNZB’s Cinderella and being a part of Ethan Stiefel and Johan Kobborg’s Giselle.

In 2013 Bronte appeared in Swan Lake as one of the ‘little swans’ and the Act III Neapolitan Dance; she also performed the Don Quixote pas de deux in Tutus on Tour and created the role of the Duck in Peter and the Wolf. She began 2014 with performances of the ‘Wedding Couple’ pas de deux in Giselle in Los Angeles and also appeared as Swanhilda in Coppélia. Most recently, she has taken on solo roles in both Johan Kobborg’s Les Lutins (2014) and his Salute (2015), Mrs Fezziwig in A Christmas Carol (2014) and created the role of Cobweb in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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