Can't make it to Switzerland this weekend? No problem! You can watch the Prix de Lausanne finals live online.
Beginning at 9 am EST, the competition will host a live broadcast of the competitors' performances at www.prixdelausanne-live.com. If you download the free Prix de Lausanne app, you can even watch it directly on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
The Erik Bruhn Prize may be a quirky competition (participating dancers must come from one of the companies that Bruhn was associated with during his lifetime), but it has showcased many top dancers when they were just starting their careers.
Although some companies have tightened their belts over the past few years, the Princess Grace Foundation has remained a reliable source of financial support for emerging artists. Each year, the judging panel chooses five or six up-and-coming dancers to receive a Princess Grace Award.
Injuries can be devastating to a dancer. How do you survive when you can't perform or even take class?
The Dancers' Resource, part of The Actor's Fund in New York City, is offering a support group for injured dancers. The eight week program, led by The Dancers' Resource social worker, offers a space for professionals to confidentially discuss the emotional issues that accompany an injury.
Dates: Tuesdays, January 11 to March 1
Times: 2:00 to 3:30 pm
Location: The Actors Fund, 729 Seventh Avenue, 11th Floor
Each year, the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts invites the country's most talented high school seniors to Miami for YoungArts Week for master classes, interdisciplinary workshops, performances and more. Out of the 5164 applicants, this year's 148 finalists were just named, and they include ballet students Jaimi Cullen, Cassandra Trenary and Alexandra Koszeghy.