Tag Archives: Prix de Lausanne

Who loves the Prix the most? Japan, China, South Korea, the US and Australia. Where is it always held? Switzerland

It’s time for the Prix de Lausanne to think about staging the ballet competition in the countries that have the

Alexander Campbell: A Matter of Trust

It really doesn’t seem that long ago that Academy Ballet in Randwick, Sydney, was a second home. I first met

From Japan, by way of Australia, Hannah O’Neill takes a leading role in Paris

The progress of Hannah O’Neill at the Paris Opera Ballet has been exceptional but I don’t think anyone would believe

Harrison Lee wins the Prix de Lausanne, 2015

Harrison Lee, the 15 year old Australian student from the McDonald College of Performing Arts in Sydney has won the

A newsy dance week: Australian Dance Awards; ABT casting announced; Sydney Dance Company changes; Australian Ballet’s US tour

The last five days have yielded more than the usual number of dance news stories in Australia. The shortlisted nominees

Prix winners 2014

The Brazilian dancers looked like they were on a fast track for winning a scholarship in the 2014 Prix de

2014 Prix de Lausanne finalists

Look out Japan, Brazil is catching up! There were seven candidates from Brazil selected for the Prix and four are

The Australian edge in dance competitions

There’s no doubt that for young Australian dancers, their experience of competition gives them an advantage when they move to

Boys (almost) scoop the scholarship pool at the 2013 Prix de Lausanne

The 2013 Prix de Lausanne might have set a record for the male/female ratio of dancers who reached the finals