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Viviane

23-01-01, 07:27 AM (GMT)
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"PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
 
   For those who don't know this already :
Today and tomorrow are the first eliminations.
The results will be on-line : 24 jan.at 5pm

Semi-final and final are live on the website.
Semi-final : sat.27 : 4pm-7pm
Final: sun.28 : 4.30pm-8.30pm

(www.prixdelausanne.org)


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  Subject     Author     Message Date     ID  
  RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE Alicia 24-01-01 1
     RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE Bruce Madmin 24-01-01 2
         RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE cf 26-01-01 3
             RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE Nikki 26-01-01 4
  RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE Terry 26-01-01 5
  RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE Alicia 26-01-01 6
  RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE Alicia 28-01-01 7
     RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE Nikki 29-01-01 8

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Alicia

24-01-01, 05:43 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   Result of the first round is now up online.
The Prix de Lausanne website has a lot of goodies,
including photos of dancers, links to other ballet resources, etc. Might be worthwhile to check them out.


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Bruce Madmin

24-01-01, 09:34 PM (GMT)
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2. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   A URL that takes you into the home page *but* does not criple the back button:
http://www.prixdelausanne.org/en/whats_up/home.asp

If you don't know what I mean try using this 'proper' link/URL to go to the Prix pages and then try and get back here...
http://www.prixdelausanne.org


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cf

26-01-01, 09:53 AM (GMT)
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3. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   This may seem like a stupid question but why are there no British trained dancers making the grade?


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Nikki

26-01-01, 11:57 AM (GMT)
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4. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   LAST EDITED ON 26-01-01 AT 11:59 AM (GMT)

well if you look at the selection there does'nt seem to be that many from France, or Russia, the usal 'ballet producing countries' the majority seem to be from Japan or Australia...

here is the url to go and examine the the selection that the judges made to go on to the next round.

http://www.prixdelausanne.org/en/prixdelausanne/B36Results.asp


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Terry

26-01-01, 12:17 PM (GMT)
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5. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   Well, I think it has a lot to do with the fact that Great Britain has many many state-sponsered institutions, (the "national" ballet schools), as opposed to countries like in Japan, where most of the schools are privately owned by individual teachers. Many students from these schools want to go to these national ballet schools that are attached to major ballet companies for a better learning experience and also because the West has a larger ballet market. The reason why the Prix is so popular with the Japanese is mainly for this reason. And of course, ballet originated in the West, and it's more likely that students can receive better training in the West than in their home countries.


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Alicia

26-01-01, 03:35 PM (GMT)
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6. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   Results have been posted for those who made it to the semi-final.


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Alicia

28-01-01, 00:40 AM (GMT)
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7. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   The finalists are:

GIRLS
1) Louisa Rachedi, France
2) Momoko Hirata, Japan
3) Sarah Kora Dayanova, Switzerland
4) Natasha Kusen, Australia
5) Natalia Domratcheva, Russia
6) Lauren Strongin, USA
7) Sarawanee Tanatanit, Thaïland
8) Misa Kuranaga, Japan

BOYS
9) Ludovic Ondiviela, France
10) Sebastian Michanek, Sweden
11) Ryoichi Hirano, Japan
12) Nikolai Kalabine, Russia
13) Jerome Johnson, USA
14) Cornell Callendar, USA
15) Jaime Garcia Castilla, Spain

*Though it was indeed very difficult to watch the webcast competition (due to technical problems on the internet), it was exciting to see these young dancers! I particularly enjoyed Natasha Kunsen's variation from the "Sleeping Beauty," and Misa Kuranaga's "Giselle," which was so well-controlled and moving...her pirouettes were fantastic!!! I'm looking forward to the final tomorrow and the performance that follows the competition, which includes many principal dancers from prestigious companies.


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Nikki

29-01-01, 06:33 PM (GMT)
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8. "RE: PRIX DE LAUSANNE"
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   The results of the Prix de Lausanne 2001 have been posted on their web site, at:
http://www.prixdelausanne.org/en/whats_up/home.asp

*Prize for excellence:

-Mr Jaime GARCIA CASTILLA, Spain
Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza, Madrid

*Prix de Lausanne Scholarship:

-Mr Ludovic ONDIVIELA; France
Ecole de Toulouse and Studio Ballet Colette Armand

-Ms Sarah Kora DAYANOVA; Switzerland
Ecole de l'Opéra de Paris and Ms Noëlla Pontois

*Prix de Lausanne apprentice scholarship:

-Mr Jaime GARCIA CASTILLA; Spain
Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza, Madrid

-Ms Sarawanee TANATANIT; Thaïland
Goh Ballet Academy, Vancouver

-Ms Natalia DOMRATCHEVA; Russia
Kiev Choreographic School

-Mr Ryoichi HIRANO; Japan
Setsuko Hirano Ballet School and K Ballet Studio

-Ms Misa KURANAGA, Japan
Jinushi Kaoru Ecole de Ballet, Osaka

*Prix de Lausanne Hope:

-Ms Louisa RACHEDI; France
Ecole de danse classique Neel and Studio Ballet Colette Armand

-Ms Momoko HIRATA; Japan
Reiko Yamamoto Ballet Institute

*Contemporary dance prize:

-Mr Jaime GARCIA CASTILLA; Spain
Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza, Madrid

*Prize for the best Swiss candidate znd viewer's prize:

-Ms Sarah Kora DAYANOVA; Switzerland
Ecole de l'Opéra de Paris and Ms Noëlla Pontois

The other finalists were given 1000 Swiss francs for encouragement:

-Ms Lauren STRONGIN; USA
Kirov Academy of Ballet, Washington et John Cranko-Schule
-Mr Cornell CALLENDAR; USA
Hartford Ballet School et The Royal Ballet School, Londres
-Ms Natasha KUSEN; Australia
Academy Ballet Nicholina Kuner, Australie
-Mr Jerome JOHNSON; USA
North Carolina School of the Arts
-Mr Sebastian MICHANEK; Sweden
Swedish Ballet School, Stockholm
-Mr Nikolai KALABINE; Russia
Ecole chorégraphique de Perm


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