Nordic Baltic Ballet Competition (Stora Daldansen) has moved to Gothenburg and changed it’s name to Prix du Nord

Welcome to an international dance gala where young dance talents across Northern Europe compete and share the stage with world renowned dance artists.

 

GOTHENBURG OPERA JUNE 15, 2022

Read about Prix du Nord at Dansportalen

Read about Prix du Nord at Dansportalen

Prix du Nord - an important step for dancers of the future. Northern Europe's largest competition for classical ballet and modern dance continues under a new name - Prix du Nord - and a new setting. This event is equally important as a cultural effort as it is for the...

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Here are the winners of Prix du Nord 2021!

Here are the winners of Prix du Nord 2021!

The winners of Prix du Nord 2021 were Erle Østraat, 15 years, (junior division) from the Norwegian National Ballet School, Norway and James (Chun Hung) Yan, 17 years, (senior division) from the Oslo National Academy of Arts, Norway. Erle Østraat performed two...

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See Prix du Nord on YouTube

See Prix du Nord on YouTube

As of this year and due to the situation with all different travel restrictions the competition will be held digital and broadcasted on Prix du Nord's YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/iCPp0qhZ1ZQ https://youtu.be/5tXZ9K_S-YY https://youtu.be/vvrYfJ6L-z0 Here are the...

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Prix du Nord 2021

Gala Tickets

Prix du Nord is an international dance gala where young dance talents across Northern Europe compete and share the stage with world renowned dance artists. Tickets will be available at the Opera House ticket office in early 2022.

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National Selections

Each competitor must be selected in a national selection of the student’s country of study. The country can have one or multiple pre-selections but the number of selected students to compete cannot exceed the allocated amount of each country.

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Competition

After 32 years in the region of Dalarna the competition has moved to Gothenburg. The 33rd competition will be held on the main stage of the Gothenburg Opera House. Up to 51 competitors from the Nordic and Baltic countries will compete in the semifinal. 

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Mission & History

Prix du Nord started in 1988 and is a non-profit event whose task is to create a context where the next generation of dancers can meet, share experiences and dance together on a large stage. 

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