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Ballet Competitions in 2002


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Posted 17 December 2001 - 09:51 AM

International Ballet Competition in 2002:

http://www.prixdelau...org/preHome.htm
Prix de Lausanne Concours International Pour Jeunes Danseurs 30th Edition
January 27 - February 3 Lausanne CH

http://www3.ocn.ne.jp/~ibc00ngo/
The 4th Nagoya International Ballet and Modern Dance Competition
February 10-17, 2002 Aichi/Nagoya JP

5th International RUDOLF NUREYEV Ballet Competition (RNBC)
March 11-16, 2002 Budapest HU
(I can send Rules and Application Form jparczen@mvm.hu )

http://www.usaibc.com/
The seventh USA International Ballet Competition
June 15 - 30, 2002 Jackson, Mississippi US

http://www.bulgarian...usic/varna_ibc/
The 20th International Ballet Competition Varna (New Homepage!)
July 15 – 30, 2002. Varna BG

http://www.nfidp.org/us/concours.htm
The 10th Paris International Dance Competition
November 2002. Paris FR

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Posted 18 December 2001 - 02:51 AM

Thank you for this information, Joseph. It looks like 2002 will be another 'packed' year.

I have to say that the most enjoyable of these competitions -- among those that I've attended -- has to be Varna. It's really tough to beat the setting of the open-air theater next to the Black Sea beach. Even with the Jackson IBC happening right here in the USA a few weeks earlier, I'm seriously considering skipping Jackson for Varna because the latter was such an appealingly funky place, even with all of its 1950s-style eccentricities! It's a charm that is hard to describe...Atlantic City before the casinos, with seaside estates in need of a coat of paint and overgrown gardens in disarray but harboring surprises at every turn.

Budapest seems to always attract a very high level of competitor. I know & love that city but have yet to see the competition live. I hope that the level of competition is as high this year as it was in 2000.

Regards,
Jeannie

[ December 18, 2001: Message edited by: Jeannie ]




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