AWARDS

THE COMPETITION COMES WITH 4 AWARDS:

 

1st prize:                    € 6,000

2nd prize :                 € 3,000

3rd prize:                   € 2,000

Critics' Award:        € 1,500

Audience Award:    € 1,000

NEW: Ballett Theater Basel Award The winner will receive the opportunity to present the choreography shown in the competition as part of the evening “Dance Lab +” in June 2020 with our dancers of Ballett Theater Basel.

NEW:  Residenz International Production Centre Schloss Bröllin e.V The International Production Centre Schloss Bröllin e.V. - northeast of Berlin - offers one of the participants a three-week residence with the possibility of working on a new production with their own dancers. Accommodation, food and studio will be provided - a mentor stands accompanying. The selection will be made by Martin Stiefermann, Artistic Director of the Residence Programme and movin´ bröllin.

Delattre Dance Company Award:
The winner will receive the opportunity to present the choreography shown in the competition in a production of the Delattre Dance Company with the dancers of the DDC in Mainz. Artistic Director and Choreographer Stéphen Delattre has founded the DDC in 2012. Stéphen Delattre has received the "Critic's Prize" at the International Choreographic Competition Hanover in 2010.

 Tanja Liedtke Scholarship: On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the International competition for choreographers in Hanover, the Tanja Liedtke Foundation donated for the first time a three week's scholarship at the Australian Dance Theatre in Adelaide, Australia. This Prize will be awarded by Garry Stewart, Director of The Australian Dance Theatre.  The scholarship includes travel costs, accomodation, and ADT tuition.

Scapino Ballett Rotterdam: Production Award: The   winner of the Scapino Production Award is given the opportunity to create a choreography for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, which will be shown during TWOOLS.

Bundesjugendballett Hamburg: Production Award: The winner of this award isto create a choreography with the "Bundesjugendballet" in Hamburg, which was founded by John Neumeier in 2011 and promotes gifted youths.