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Tyrel Dulvarie

Dance Artist

  • Cairns, Nesbit River, Millaa Millaa, Mount Isa, Germany, China

Tyrel is from Far North Queensland, Cairns and Innisfail. He is a descendant of the Yirrganydji (Cairns), Umpila (Nesbit River), Mamu/ Djirrabal (Millaa Millaa), Kalkadoon (Mt Isa), and KukuTipan (Musgrave) peoples. Tyrel joined Bangarra in 2016, as one of two of Russell Page Graduates.

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Heritage

Tyrel is from Far North Queensland, Cairns and Innisfail. He is a descendant of the Yirrganydji (Cairns), Umpila (Nesbit River), Mamu/ Djirrabal (Millaa Millaa), Kalkadoon (Mt Isa), and KukuTipan (Musgrave) peoples. He also has Malaysian, German and Middle Eastern heritage.

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Bio

In 2011, Tyrel began formal dance training at Aboriginal Centre of Performing Arts, graduating in 2013. He joined Ochre Contemporary Dance Company in Western Australia in 2014, and also performed in Penelope Mullen’s Danse Noir. Tyrel took part in Sydney Dance Company’s Pre-Professional Program in 2016, before touring with Hugh Jackman's Broadway to Oz musical production.

Tyrel joined Bangarra in 2016, as a recipient of the Russell Page Graduate Program, making his debut in OUR land people stories. The following year, Tyrel was fortunate to play the lead role of Bennelong as an understudy in the main stage production.

Since joining Bangarra, Tyrel has toured nationally across Australia, and internationally to North America, Europe, and Asia.