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About this project To support young people taking their first steps in careers in culture and the arts, the Soroptimist Club of Monaco has set up a number of scholarships.

These run for a two-year period and are awarded to promising students at three of the Principality’s schools.

The Princess Grace Academy, with its close links to the world-famous Compagnie des Ballets de Monte-Carlo, seeks to produce the danseurs étoiles of tomorrow. In addition to developing technical excellence, the school also understands the importance of producing graduates with well-rounded personalities – performers with the confidence to navigate unexpected situations and to take charge of their own careers.

At the Ecole Supérieure d’Arts de la Ville de Monaco, also known as the Pavillion Bosio, students can study a wide range of subjects up to master’s level. They also benefit from the school’s links to an extensive network of art schools, museums, dance and theatre companies.

Monaco’s conservatoire, the Académie Rainier III teaches music and drama to 5-27 year-olds. The school was founded in 1922, but has recently moved into new premises with high quality rehearsal rooms and cutting-edge audio recording equipment.

To thank the donors whose generosity makes the programme possible, they are invited to a gala evening where the scholarships are awarded. Entertainment is provided by students from the three above-mentioned institutions.

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