Competitions and Awards
Cecchetti Classical Ballet offers a range of Competitions and Awards to encourage, support and promote participation in Cecchetti Classical ballet for both children and for vocational students.
CICB Cecchetti International Classical Ballet Competition 2017, Florence, Italy
Selection of Competitors to represent the Cecchetti Society Faculty Classical Ballet Faculty, ISTD
12th february 2017
The Cecchetti International Classical Ballet Competition takes place every three years and is hosted in a different country with young dancers from the Cecchetti Societies in the USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa, UK and Europe participating. A talented cohort of young dancers is being sought to represent the Cecchetti Faculty, ISTD in the 2107 Competition. Selection will take place on 12th February 2017.
The Mabel Ryan Awards are part of the annual Cecchetti Classical Ballet Awards that take place at Sadler's Wells, London in November. The Awards encourage dance quality and demonstrate the high standard of children training in the Cecchetti Method. The Awards are for children and pre-vocational students offering he opportunity to perform on a professional stage in an atmosphere of friendly competition.
The Cecchetti Classical Ballet Vocational Awards also take place annually at Sadler's Wells and are open to vocational students in the UK and Europe. Prestigious awards offering support for students training include the Fewster Cecchetti Scholarship, the Barbara Geoghegan Award, the Promising Dancer and Musicality Award. The competition attracts the highest level of talented young dancers.
The annual Cecchetti Children’s Award in London offers in one event, opportunities for the youngest dancers through Let’s Make a Competition and the Cecchetti Children’s Award. A first step for those children who are interested in performing and competing.
The Southern Area Awards are designed to give children and young dancers who are not in vocational training, the experience of participating in a competition on stage in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Awards take place annually in the Spring
The Wales & WestArea Awards are designed to give children and young dancers who are not in vocational training, the experience of participating in a competition on stage in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Awards take place annually in the Spring
The Choreographic Competition celebrates creativity and imagination in aspiring young dance makers. This popular and long established annual event offers those studying the Cecchetti method the opportunity to develop their skills in the world of choreography