Prix de Lausanne

46th International Ballet competition

Jan 28, 2018 - Feb 4, 2018
Lausanne - Theatre and Shows

From 28th January to 4th February - The brightest hopes in classical and contemporary dance from around the world are in Lausanne.

The Swiss city of dance, Lausanne plays host to the rising stars of this athletic, artistic discipline every year for the famous Prix de Lausanne. For a week in January-February, the event is a springboard for young talented dancers while at the same time promoting their art.

This week-long international competition for young dancers, aged 14 to 19, attracts the best hopes of classical and contemporary dance from all over the world to Théâtre de Beaulieu Lausanne. Lessons, coaching sessions and conferences are open to the public, along with the keenly anticipated finale.


46th International Ballet competition
Théâtre de Beaulieu Lausanne Avenue des Bergières 14
CH-1004 Lausanne

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