Energetiks is committed to creating opportunities for people to discover the joy of dance. We sponsor these amazing organisations and events to support their contribution to our shared mission.
The aim of Cecchetti Ballet Australia is to provide our teachers and students with the best ballet education, inspire them to achieve their full potential and foster in them a love and enjoyment of dance.
ATOD are Leaders in the field of dance education. With the highest integrity we deliver quality, innovative training systems and services. We inspire and provide opportunities for our dance community to achieve their full artistic potential.
With over 13,000 members’ spread across 83 countries, The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is one of the largest and most influential dance education and training organisations in the world.
The Brisbane City Youth Ballet is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the tradition of ballet and the artistic expression of dance.
The Dream Dance Company is Australia's first commercial dance company. Founded by one of Australia's most esteemed creative directors Marko Panzic.
The Asian Grand Prix International Ballet Competition (AGP) is an art educational platform created to inspire and recognise the artistic excellence of passionate and dedicated ballet dancers.
Calisthenics is uniquely Australian and promotes team work, self confidence and friendship. Team members develop an appreciation for music, dance, acting, strength, flexibility and performance skills. People of all ages enjoy this wonderful sport and thrive on the variety of challenges offered.
The C.S.T.D. is one of the great International Dance Societies proudly serving Dance for over 80 years providing examinations in all major dance disciplines from Tinies to Teacher qualifications throughout Australia & the Asian Pacific region.
At Southern Federation of Dance, teachers aim to provide an enriching learning experience through sound teaching techniques, plus an understanding of the wider artistic and social dimensions of dance.
From our humble beginnings in 1879 as the Young Men’s General Debating Society, Royal South Street has grown to become one of the largest and the longest running performing arts eisteddfod in Australia.
A biennial international dance forum for artistic development, offering financial assistance for talented young dancers aged 11-21 providing a career platform and aspiration at this formative stage in a young dancers career. Cash awards & scholarships are allocated by an international jury to contestants who enter & compete at the AHA Awards biennial events in New Zealand.
Since 1971, the BTW has held annual scholarship awards for all students aged between 6 years and over 16 years who are studying a recognised classical ballet syllabus.The BTW scholarships are adjudicated by pre-eminent figures in the Australian dance scene, such as Colin Peasley, Barbara Nimmo, Adam Bull and Amber Scott. Past winners of BTW scholarships regularly progress to enjoy successful professional careers both in Australia and overseas.