The Pre-Vocational Dancer-Artist Program is aimed at young dancers who already have a good technical level and regular training. It takes place over three years and aims to develop/ to train versatile dancers.
25 February (Contemporary): Danza in Fiera, Florence, Italy
26 February (Ballet): Danza in Fiera, Florence, Italy
11 March: Let’s Dance, Salon de la Danse, Paris, France
21 May: Dance Area, Geneva, Switzerland
18 June: Dance Area, Geneva, Switzerland
PROVIDE AN EDUCATION AND A TRAINING WHICH ENABLES STUDENTS TO ACQUIRE A QUALITY AND A TECHNICAL AND ARTISTIC LEVEL PERFECTLY ADAPTED TO THE EXIGENCIES OF TODAY’S CHOREOGRAPHERS AND COMPANIES.
Founded in 1997, Dance Area is a private institution whose mission is to offer an artistic education up to and including a post-graduate or professional level. Our comprehensive dance curriculum nurtures all levels of ability, from pre-primary students to vocational, contract-ready dancers. For twenty years, the school has welcomed young dancers, helping them develop their talents and realize their individual goals. We work hard to maintain a vibrant and stimulating environment that advocates diversity while encouraging artists from all backgrounds and skill levels to interact.
Congratulations to Luce Bron who was awarded the Prix d’étude du Pour-cent culturel Migros
Jeune Ballet is part of the Pre-Vocational Dancer-Artist Program from the second year since it is a simulation of the reality of the profession while confronting the stage.
Le Jeune Ballet aims to be a bridge, a springboard between the academic and technical apprenticeship and the dance profession, so as to favor professional integration. The repertoire will be constituted of various choreographies realized by guest choreographers ranging from Neo-classical to Contemporary and Jazz. It will offer the young dancers a broad panel of styles demanded by current dance companies.
Master Classes and Choreographic Workshops given by professors and invited guest choreographers will offer the young dancers an artistic opening and put them in situations of adaptability to new approaches. This is an opportunity for the young dancers to discover new perspectives and make themselves known by international artists and choreographers. These workshops will also allow the development of a repertoire specific to Le Jeune Ballet.