International ballet competition from 1973
Jan 30th – Feb 6th, 2022
Finals: Feb 5th, 2022

Filter

Blog

+

Live streaming schedule

Watch more than 7 hours of live streaming daily! To find the candidates’ numbers, please visit the 2021 programme book (page 39) or download the Excel list. Monday – Feb. 1st From 10am: Ballet class exercises / candidates 101 to 110 From 2pm: Ballet class exercises / candidates 111 to 120 INTERVIEWS: 10.55am: Interview with Richard […]

Read More
+

Programme book 2021

To read the 2021 programme book online, please CLICK HERE!

Read More
+

Jury 2021 – Video Edition

Even though the Video Edition promises to be very different from everything the Prix de Lausanne has known, there will still be a competition and therefore, a Jury! We are very thrilled to announce the names of this 2021 Jury panel, once again made up of world-renowned dance personalities, who will gather in Lausanne next […]

Read More
+

Prix de Lausanne 2021 – Video Edition

Due to the current pandemic situation and related restrictions, the Fondation en faveur de l’Art Chorégraphique has had to rethink the usual form of its main event. Exceptionally, the 49th edition of the Prix de Lausanne will be a Video Edition! Every selected candidate will be able to demonstrate their talent and compete for a […]

Read More
+

Selected candidates for the Prix de Lausanne 2021

The Video Selections jury panel was composed of 9 professionals from the dance world. There were 399 applicants (318 girls and 81 boys) from 43 different countries who sent their videos. A total of 79 dancers have been selected and 3 candidates were already pre-selected*.   In total, 82 dancers (52 girls and 30 boys) of 20 […]

Read More
+

Jury of the Video Selections

This year, the Video Selections process will take place on October 22nd to 25th, 2020, in Lausanne. Here are the members of Prix de Lausanne Video Selections Jury 2020: Kusha Alexi: Prize Winner, Prix de Lausanne 1993. Former First Soloist, Bayerische Staatsoper (Munich). Ballet teacher, BallettStadt (Lucerne). Kathryn Bradney: Former Principal dancer, Béjart Ballet Lausanne. […]

Read More
+

Answers to candidates by Emma Sandall

Emma Sandall, journalist, choreographer, dancer and Prix de Lausanne Prize Winner (1994), answers your questions about the video selection process for the Prix de Lausanne 2021. Serena Reed: How much does the jury take into consideration the difficulty of the steps the dancer presents in their video? Also, would the jury prefer to see different […]

Read More
+

Jury 2020

Once again, the Prix de Lausanne will be mentored by a board of world-renowned jury members. Their history and experience in the dance world allows them to be an inspirational and sometimes life-changing encounter for the candidates. The jury will be made up of the following members: Frédéric Olivieri – President of the jury, Prix de […]

Read More
+

Jury for the video Selections 2020!

The video Selections will take place from October 24th to 27th, 2019 at the Prix de Lausanne’s office, in Switzerland. The nine jury members will meet during four days to watch all the video recordings sent by the applicants. Eight of them are guests, professionals from the world of dance along with the Artistic & Executive […]

Read More
Mavis Staines ©AnneLaureLechat +

Mavis Staines awarded!

Congratulations to Mavis Staines who has received the 2019 Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award (Dance) from the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards (Canada) on April 28th, 2019. Mavis Staines has a long history with the Prix de Lausanne! She has been Jury member and/or Jury President from 1993 to 1999, Artistic President from 2002 to 2008 and […]

Read More