Central School Of Ballet

Central students participate in Prix de Lausanne Choreography Project

Friday 8th February 2019 Isabel Campbell writes:

This week two third year students and Ballet Central dancers Lewis Bondu and Mai Ito are participating in the Prix de Lausanne Choreographic project, alongside 24 other young dancers, all from partner schools of the Prix de Lausanne.

The group of 26 dancers are working with Dutch choreographer Didy Veldman in Lausanne to create a new piece, Is to Be. The dancers will perform this work during the interlude at the final on Saturday 9th February, as a world premiere.

Learn more about the project on the Prix de Lausanne website.

Central dancers to take part in Prix de Lausanne Choreographic Project

Tuesday 23rd January 2018 Anita Hamilton writes:

Two of Central’s Senior School dancers have been selected to attend the Prix de Lausanne later this month to take part in a brand new choreographic project. Nell Maude and Callum McGregor, both in the second year of Central’s three year BA degree programme, are among the 51 students from around the world chosen to learn a new piece titled Pulse created by the renowned choreographer Goyo Montero for this special occasion. The young dancers have just eight days to learn this new work which will then be performed at the Prix as a world premiere. To learn more about the Choreography Project click through to the website, here.

Created in 1973, the Prix de Lausanne is an annual international competition for young dancers aged 14 to 19. Its goal is to discover, promote and support the world’s finest dance talents.

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