Created in 1973, the Prix de Lausanne is an international competition for young dancers aged 15 to 18. One of a kind, its prime objective is to discover, promote, and support talents among the world’s finest young dancers.
The Prix de Lausanne also provides a formidable platform for the professional dancing world to observe, discover, and connect with young dancing talents, making Lausanne the world’s capital for young dancers during the competition.
Over 40 (some of them are mentioned below) of the world’s leading dancing companies and schools are partners and support the Prix de Lausanne, and many of today’s leading professional dancers are laureates of the Prix de Lausanne, such as: Carlos Acosta, Ivan Poutrov, Alina Cojocaru who are Principals at The Royal Ballet in London; Stéphane Elizabe, José Martinez, Laetitia Pujol who are Etoiles at the Opéra de Paris; Julie Cox Kent, Gillian Murphy, Marcelo Gomes who are Principals at the American Ballet Theatre in New York; Michel Gascard, Christine Blanc, from Béjart Ballet Lausanne. Paola Cantalupo, Bernice Coppieters who are Etoiles at the Ballets de Monte Carlo.The Prix de Lausanne also provides a formidable platform for the professional dancing world to observe, discover, and connect with young dancing talents, making Lausanne the world’s capital for young dancers during the competition.The 38th edition of the Prix de Lausanne 2010 will be held from January 26th to 31st, 2010, at the Théâtre de Beaulieu in Lausanne.
The 38th Prix de Lausanne will take place from January 26th to 31st, 2010
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