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2015 Interlude

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12 Jan 2015

During the jury deliberations on the finals, the audience can watch a short performance by former prize winners or dancers from our Partner institutions. This year, the Prix de Lausanne is honoured to welcome two prize winners, Karen Azatyan, Soloist of the Hamburg Ballet-John Neumeier, and Arsen Mehrabyan, Principal of the Royal Swedish Ballet, along with Vahe Martirosyan, First Soloist of the Royal Swedish Ballet.
We also have the pleasure to present a choreography performed by six dancers from the Queensland Ballet Jette Parker Young Artist Program.


Forceful Feelings, a professional Armenian ballet troupe, was founded in 2006 by a group of young principal male dancers working in renowned ballet companies. In addition to sharing their great experience with the Armenian community, as well as ballet students, artists and teachers; they aspire to give something back to their nation.
Karen Azatyan - photo (c) Sascha Kletsch

Karen Azatyan – photo (c) Sascha Kletsch


Arsen Mehrabyan


Vahe Martirosyan

Glass Concerto

The Queensland Ballet Jette Parker Young Artist Program presents a new twenty minutes ballet choreographed especially for the 2015 Prix de Lausanne. The Jette Parker Young Artist Program is an apprenticeship program which fosters the talents of gifted young dancers at the start of their professional careers.

Neneka Yoshida & Nathan Brook

Neneka Yoshida & Nathan Brook