Choreography Project at the Prix
Two of our 3rd Year students, Harrison Lee and Katharina Nikelski, were invited this month to take part in a unique choreography experience at the Prix de Lausanne.
This one-of-a-kind collaboration, called the Choreography Project, was choreographed by Goyo Montero and involved 50 young dancers from schools across the world dancing together.
The piece was performed during the interlude of the finals of the Prix de Lausanne. Read more about the Choreography Project.
Katharina said: 'I was really honoured to be chosen to represent The Royal Ballet School for such an exciting performance. '
Harrison added: 'This was the first ever project like this so it was an amazing experience and I had an incredible time. I will remember it for a very long time'.
Katharina (front centre) performing in the Choreography Project. Photo: Gregory Batardon courtesy of the Prix de Lausanne