49th
International ballet competition
Jan 31st – Feb 7th, 2021, Montreux
Finals: Feb 6th, 2021

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Bourse vaudoise de danse de Retraites Populaires

The Prix de Lausanne and Retraites Populaires are collaborating in the search of a young talented dancer in the Vaud area. The scholarship will be attributed to one selected dancer, after a video selection as well as an audition at the the Arsenic (centre d’art scénique contemporain) on Sunday, October 11th, 2020. Bourse vaudoise de danse […]

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Watch the World Ballet School Day

Today, we come together with 10 ballet schools around the world to share a message of solidarity in the inaugural World Ballet School Day. You will see the Prix de Lausanne 2020 Prize Winner Ava Arbuckle sharing her insights about the competition. Ava won a scholarship offered by the “Bourse Jeune Espoir” and the Best Young […]

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World Ballet School Day

On Tuesday July 7th, 2020, the Prix de Lausanne and 11 ballet schools around the world come together to share a message of solidarity in the inaugural World Ballet School Day. Connecting the next generation of young professional dance artists with young people from around the world, World Ballet School Day highlights the resilience, strength, dedication, […]

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In memory of Danièle Schild

The dance world has lost one of its good fairies, Danièle Schild, a loyal friend and figure of the Prix de Lausanne. Founder of the “Cercle des jeunes amis” in 2006 alongside her twin sister Nicole, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for her devotion and extraordinary energy. A respected dance figure of […]

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Schools & companies chosen by the 2020 Prize Winners

The 8 Prize Winners 2020 have chosen the school or company they will enter for the upcoming season! Discover their choices below: 1- MASCIARI Marco – Italy Company chosen: the Royal Ballet / Apprenticeship offered by Oak Foundation 2- ARBUCKLE Ava – USA School chosen: John Cranko School / Scholarship offered by Bourse Jeune Espoir […]

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Prize competition: and the winner is…

During the Prix de Lausanne 2020, our partner Émile Chouriet – Watches launched a prize contest for a chance to win a beautiful Fair Lady Ballerina watch. We are very pleased to reveal the name of the winner, who was randomly picked from all the participants:     Congratulations to Elise Gourri!       […]

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Interlude 2020

The Interlude will take place on Saturday February 8th during the intermission, after the Finals and before the Award ceremony. It will include performances by the Royal Ballet School as well as the creation from the Partner School Choreographic Project 2020. ROYAL BALLET SCHOOL   The Royal Ballet School will perform with 13 of their best dancers […]

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Artistic Team 2020

We are delighted to present our artistic collaborators for the 48th edition of the Prix de Lausanne! The competition could not exist without them: international dance teachers, coaches and musicians! They all contribute to ensuring that the Prix de Lausanne is a learning opportunity as well as a springboard to success, through their availability, constant care and […]

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Portrait, Philippe Braunschweig

Philippe Braunschweig, a man with two passions: dance and watchmaking Founder of the company Incabloc A love of watch movements has been passed down from father to son in the Braunschweig family from La Chaux-de-Fonds. Electrical engineer George Braunschweig (1892-1975) founded his company, Porte-Echappement Universel SA, in 1931 to focus on improving timekeeping reliability and […]

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Interview with Prize Winner 2019 Sumina Sasaki

Sumina Sasaki, a young Japanese ballerina, won the scholarship provided by Emile Chouriet after the 47th Prix de Lausanne, in  February 2019. Following her success, the young lady had the chance to join the prestigious Royal Ballet, in London. Émile Chouriet is proud to welcome Sumina in its manufacture to help her discover the world […]

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