The 11 Prix de Lausanne 2023 Prize Winners are:
1 – FONDATION CARIS
Millán DE BENITO – Spain
1 – OAK FOUNDATION
Fabrizzio ULLOA CORNEJO – Mexico
3 – FONDATION COROMANDEL
Sangwon PARK – South Korea
4 – FONDATION MAURICE BÉJART
Julie JOYNER – United States
5 – FONDATION DAMM-ETIENNE
Seehyun KIM – South Korea
6 – BOURSE JEUNE ESPOIR
Alecsia Maria LAZARESCU – Romania
7 – FONDATION ALBERT AMON
Ana Luisa NEGRÃO – Brazil
8 – BOURSE ASTARTE
Keisuke MIYAZAKI – Japan
9 – BOURSE JEUNE ÉTOILE
Emily SPROUT – Australia
10 – FONDATION CLERMONT-TONNERRE
Giuseppe VENTURA – Italy
11 – BEAU-RIVAGE PALACE
Soo Min KIM– South Korea
Other awards :
Best Young Talent Award: 310 – Julie JOYNER – United States
Contemporary Dance Award: 212 – Alexander MOCKRISH – Sweden
Contemporary Dance Award: 314 – Ana Luisa NEGRÃO – Brazil
FONDATION EN FAVEUR DE L'ART CHORÉGRAPHIQUE AND ARTE CONCERT
Best Swiss Candidate : 210 – Fabrizzio ULLOA CORNEJO – Mexico
Web Audience Award: 207 – Millán DE BENITO – Spain
Audience Favourite: 309 – Seehyun KIM – South Korea
Graham Spicer is a writer, director and photographer in Milan, blogging (under the name ‘Gramilano') about dance, opera, music and photography for people “who are a bit like me and like some of the things I like”. He was a regular columnist for Opera Now magazine and wrote for the BBC until transferring to Italy.
His scribblings have appeared in various publications from Woman's Weekly to Gay Times, and he wrote the ‘Danza in Italia' column for Dancing Times magazine.
Grazie per questo bel reportage !!!
Anna Maria Prina, director of the La Scala one School for so many years – you must really appreciate the quality of these young dancers. Congratulations for your work in Milan.
Piu’ che ballerini sembrano tutti ginnasti e perfino acrobati! Ma? Il balletto sta veramente cambiando…o forse solo diversificandosi.