The Australian Ballet School was ecstatic to prepare and support our dedicated students Jeremy Hargreaves and Jai Fauchon on their exciting journey to the 50th Prix de Lausanne.
Jeremy Hargreaves (School Vice-Captain), Jai Fauchon
We are incredibly proud to provide world-class training to our students and to share their talents on an international stage. Level 8 student, and 2023 School Vice-Captain, Jeremy had the opportunity to learn from international ballet luminaries and demonstrate his artistry and technique in front of a global audience and a jury of world-renowned dance professionals.
The School is a proud partner of the Prix de Lausanne and we’re delighted that Level 7 student Jai participated in the Partner School Choreographic Project this year, offering select students from partner schools the invaluable opportunity to learn and perform unique choreography with a renowned choreographer and this year students created and performed “BOLD.” an original piece by Goyo Montero, Director of the Staatstheater Nürnberg.
Jai Fauchon in Goyo Montero’s BOLD. - 2023 Prix de Lausanne. Photo by Rodrigo Buas
The prestigious Prix de Lausanne, celebrating its 50th year, is an international ballet competition held in Lausanne, Switzerland for young dancers aged 15-18 years old and its goal has been to discover, celebrate and support exceptional dancers around the world since its inception in 1973.