Registration for the Young Creation Award is open!

Ballet students from the Prix de Lausanne Partner schools/companies have until October 30th, 2022 to register!

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The Prix de Lausanne wishes to confirm its unique status as forerunner in the dance world with this new competition for young talented choreographers.

The main goals of the Young Creation Award are:

  • Discovering young new talent in aspiring choreographers;
  • Offering a unique experience to young choreographers in a privileged context thanks to the Prix de Lausanne’s expertise;
  • Awarding artistry in a positive and constructive competitive atmosphere;
  • Encouraging the imagination and creativity of young dancers to become aware of the art and technique of choreography.

General info

  • The Young Creation Awards is open to ballet students from the Prix de Lausanne Partner schools/companies only. The choreographers and the solo dancers must be born between February 5th, 2001, and February 4th, 2008.
  • The registration will be open from October 1st, 2022, to October 30th, 2022.
  • Will be held during the Prix de Lausanne 2023 competition, in Lausanne.

Registration info

To register for the Young Creation Award 2023 (deadline October 30th) -> CLICK HERE

To pay the 1st registration fee -> CLICK HERE.

You can submit your video on our website starting October 15th and latest November 25th.

For more info, please feel free to contact us at registration@prixdelausanne.org

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Winners

The two winners of the 2022 edition of the Young Creation Award are:

  • Milla Loock with her variation “Cognition“, danced by Anita Ferreira (School of the Hamburg Ballet John Neumeier). Music: ‘Dismantle’ by Peter Sandberg.
  • Luca Branca with his variation “Les Ombres du temps“, danced by Yo Nakajima (Princess Grace Academy). Music: ‘Ad Infinitum’ by Vincent Isler.

The two winning choreographies (as voted by the Jury) have become part of the Prix de Lausanne contemporary repertoire 2023. Milla Loock and Luca Branca will therefore come to the Prix de Lausanne 2023 and coach the candidates who have chosen their variations.

The two winners of the first edition of the Young Creation Award are:

The two winning choreographies (as voted by the Jury) have become part of the Prix de Lausanne contemporary repertoire 2022.