Supported by Richard Murphy & Kay Lee and Andrew & Del McGuiness


Brydee Lyttle grew up in Ballarat, Victoria. She trained one year full time in Melbourne at the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet before completing Queensland Ballet’s Pre-Proffessional Year in 2013.
During this time she performed many works with the company including Ben Stevensons: Cinderella and Nutcracker as well as going on tour around Queensland with Ai-Gul Gaisina’s Giselle.

In 2014 she was offered a Young Artist contract by Li Cunxin, the Director of Queensland Ballet. During this year she was given many opportunities to perform roles in a variety of ballets such as Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet, Tim Podestas The’Divine Comedy, Horsman’s Coppelia, George Balanchines Serenade.

In 2015 she accepted a full contract with Queensland ballet as a Company Dancer performing in Peter Shaufuss’ La Sylphide.
While with Queensland Ballet, she also performed in Switzerland at the Prix de Laussane Interlude.

In 2016 Brydee began a seasonal contract for West Australian Ballet’s The Nutcracker and has since accepted a position as Young Artist with West Australian Ballet for 2017.