Prix de lausanne
48e
Concours international pour jeunes danseurs
Du 2 au 9 février 2020
Prochaine finale : samedi 8 février
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The Dancer

http://vimeo.com/90566164 Check out “The Dancer” by Ezra Hurwitz featuring 1995 Prix de Lausanne prize winner and New York City ballet principal Gonzalo Garcia Photo by F. Levieux | Gonzalo Garcia @ Prix de Lausanne in 1995

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Happy #tututuesday!

It was 2 years ago, when we celebrated Prix the Lausanne 40th anniversary: operation “tutus on statues”

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Maria Kochetkova ’s advice to Prix candidates

“You have a great opportunity to take your talent to a new level, meet other dancers from different schools and backgrounds and work with some of the best teachers. I wish you the best of luck!” Maria Kochetkova ’s advice to Prix candidates

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Friedemann Vogel

Ahead of the first Preselection in Dresden this autumn, we have been catching up with Prix participants who have made a dancing career in Germany. To round off our series, here’s 1997 Prix winner and Stuttgart Ballet Principal Friedemann Vogel: Keeping Focus At the Princess Grace Academy of Classical Dance in Monte-Carlo, where I trained, […]

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Yuriko Kajiya

Prix Prize Winner (2000) & ABT dancer Yuriko Kajiya on her favorite roles: “It is very hard to pick a favourite role. I look at each new role or choreography as a question. It is the pursuit of those questions through rehearsals and performances where I am able to grow as a dancer. Each new […]

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Sonia Vinograd

Sonia Vinograd Ahead of the first Preselections in Dresden this autumn, we have been catching up with Prix participants who have made a dancing career in Germany. Our series continue with Dresden Semperoper Ballet’s Sonia Vinograd: Sonia is a recent Prix laureate. After wowing audiences during the 2012 finals with her soaring jumps, go-for-it attitude […]

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Mai Kono

Mai Kono, Prix Laureate in 2007 and Demi-Soloist with the Bavarian State Ballet in Munich On Dreams I initially came to the Prix de Lausanne when I was 15 years old. I passed the quarter finals but that was it. I wanted to come back to go further, I had been following the competition since I […]

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