“Daniel Price is an exciting young Australian contemporary circus performer and dancer - combining a strong dance background with advanced acrobatic and specialist circus skills Daniel delivers an exciting presence to the stage.”
“His passion for high quality performance, understanding of modern circus and entertainment, and choreographic ability together with an engaging personality and powerful work ethic make Daniel a very valuable addition to any production.”
Formally trained in dance since the age of four plus acrobatics and trampoline Daniel attended Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School on scholarship and was subsequently selected for the prestigious National Institute of Circus Arts Bachelor of Circus Arts program; specialising in Cyr wheel and straps. Part of the memorable Circotic troupe that thrilled Australia’s Got Talent audiences in 2012 and the critically acclaimed Melbourne Dance Theatre company production of Angel’s Eyes at the Adelaide Fringe of the same year.
He also travelled to the Circa Festival du Cirque Actuel in Auch, France and was part of the spectacular NICA opening act at the world famous 2013 Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain in Paris. Daniel has since performed with Circolombia in the Grayboy Entertainment production of ‘Life As We Know It’, ‘Transformation’ and ‘Fuego’ on the P&O cruise ship Pacific Dawn.
Daniel made his musical theatre debut in the South Korea and Macau tours of ‘Cats’ in the role of Tumblebrutus. Also in Macau, he completed a training contract with the highly acclaimed water based show by Franco Dragone ‘The House of Dancing Waters’. Daniel’s second TV debut came in 2016 with the TV documentary ‘Run Away With Cirque Du Soleil’. Chosen as one of the four circus artists to appear in the documentary, he travelled to Buenos Aires and Montreal to film, where he worked with Cirque Du Soleil artists. In 2018, Daniel travelled the globe to 18 countries across Europe and the UK with the renowned Cirque Du Soleil, performing his specialty acts in the production’s ‘Sonor’ and ‘Viaggio’ aboard the MSC Meriviglia.