47th
International ballet competition
February 3rd - 10th, 2019
Next Finals: Saturday February 9th, 2019
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2nd edition – Partner Schools Choreographic Project

In 2019, the Prix de Lausanne extends the Partner Schools Choreographic Project (PSCP)! Initiated in 2018 by the Artistic Director, Shelly Power, this unique collaboration aims once again to gather the best students of some of the most famous dance institutions of the world, among our partners, such as the Académie Princesse Grace (Monaco), the Dutch […]

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Preselection in St Petersburg: the winners!

The preselection in Russia for the Prix de Lausanne 2019 took place last week at the Vaganova Ballet Academy in St Petersburg. The contestants were coming from different countries: Japan, Israel, Kazakhstan, Portugal, Latvia, United-States, Moldavia or Italy, etc. Among the jury panel of the Vaganova-Prix and especially for the Prix de Lausanne preselection were Kathryn Bradney (Prix de […]

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The Prix de Lausanne 2020 in Montreux

The “Fondation en faveur de l’Art Chorégraphique” and the “Fondation de la Saison Culturelle de Montreux” unite to organize the 48th edition of the Prix de Lausanne – from February 2nd to 9th, 2020 – that will be held at the Montreux Stravinski Auditorium. This decision is the result of discussions initiated between the two foundations and […]

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Preselection in Goiânia: the winners!

The South American preselection for the Prix de Lausanne 2019 took place this weekend at the Teatro Rio Vermelho in Goiânia, Brazil. This year, 43 dancers took part in this preselection. They were coming from different countries of the continent such as Brazil, Argentina and Mexico. You can see some more photos HERE ;) Congratulations to the three winners! […]

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Partnership, Verbier Festival

The Prix de Lausanne is glad to collaborate with the Verbier Festival! The 25th anniversary of the Verbier Festival will take place from July 19th to August 5th, 2018. We propose an OFFER for the concert of August 3rd, 2018 in Verbier with LA CETRA BAROCKORCHESTER BASEL, Johannes KELLER (conductor) and Magdalena KOŽENÁ (mezzo-soprano). With Monteverdi, the history of western […]

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The first Swiss Workshop

To open the summer period, the first Swiss Workshop took place on Sunday July 1st, in Lausanne, and was a great success! They were 45 young Swiss dancers coming from all parts of the country (Zurich, Lucerne, Bern, Fribourg, Geneva and Lausanne) to meet in Lausanne for a day of dance :) They were split […]

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Three candidates preselected at the YAGP

We are proud to announce that three young talented dancers from the Youth America Grand Prix 2018 have been selected by Kathryn Bradney (CEO and Artistic Director of Prix de Lausanne a.i.) last April, in New York! They have been invited to register and participate in the next competition – in Switzerland – which will take place from […]

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Swiss Workshop

On July 1st, 2018, the Prix de Lausanne organizes a one day dance workshop! This initiative is destined to all Swiss nationality classical ballet students or students studying in a Swiss dance school for a minimum of 2 years with an intermediate or advanced level of studies. The goal is to encourage Swiss dance students […]

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Classes for local dance schools’s students!

Each year, students from local dance schools have the opportunity to participate in a classical and a contemporary class given by renowned teachers at the Beaulieu Theater during the week of the competition. Lors de cette 46ème édition du Prix de Lausanne, nous sommes heureux de convier les élèves : Mardi 30 janvier, de 17h15 à […]

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Carte blanche to Niels Ackermann

Exhibition of photographies, Grand-Pont, Lausanne. From Jan 22nd to Feb 5th, 2018 In 2017, the Prix de Lausanne gave a “Carte blanche” to the Swiss photographer Niels Ackermann to document the competition in his own way. The Grand-Pont – a central location in Lausanne with a lot of people crossing it every day – highlights […]

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