Genee & Asia Grand Prix Winners 2018

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Australian and New Zealand Dancers Reign at Genee & Asia Grand Prix


What an amazing few weeks of Ballet it has been in Hong Kong.  First was the Genee International Ballet competition held from the 3rd- 12thof August closely followed by the Asia Grand Prix. 


Like most of the International ballet competitions the wonders of modern technology allow us to take a front row seat at both events and WOW what an amazing job both our Australian & New Zealand dancers did.


Every event we have another dancer to add to the always growing list of up and coming exceptional dancers and these two events were no exception.  


Bright bright futures ahead for all of them!


Genee medalists from Australia & New Zealand

 Gold Medalists

Joshua Green – Karen Ireland Dance Centre, New South Wales

Monet Hewitt - Philippa Campbell School of Ballet, New Zealand

Silver Medalists

Caitlin Garlick – Karen Ireland Dance Centre, New South Wales

Bronze Medalists

Enoka Sato – Annette Roselli Dance Academy, Brisbane


Asia Grand Prix medalists from Australia & New Zealand

Pre-Competitive 3 – Silver Medalist

Lucelle Davis – Tanya Pearson Academy, Sydney

Pre-Competitive 3 – Bronze Medalist

Summer Duyverstyn – Classical Coaching Academy, Brisbane

Pre-Competitive 2 – Gold Medalists

Kadelle Smith – Classical Coaching Academy, Brisbane

Fonteyn Prize

Joshua Green – Karen Ireland Dance Centre, New South Wales

Sansha Prize

Asia – Rose Blowfield – Mt Eden Ballet Academy, NZ

Sansha Prize  

Briese Phelan Boyd – Mt Eden Ballet Academy, NZ


See the Full List of Winners – Genee


See the full list of winners – Asia Grand Prix


The 2019 Genee will be held in the home of AinslieWear… Canada!

We can’t wait to see our Aussie & NZ dancers flying our flags high on the 20th– 29thof August 2019.


Congratulations to all the dancers, teachers, staff and supporters an an amazing month of International Ballet. 





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