25 debutant couples will have the honor to open the Baltic Ball. Debutant entrance will be staged by the main dance master of the ball - Andrei Chitu - an experienced choreographer and professional dancer from Vienna, who already choreographed the opening of the First Baltic Ball in Riga.

Debutants traditionally have the honor of opening big society balls. Debutants are unmarried young ladies and gentlemen, who have auditioned for the opening ceremony. At the ball ladies must wear white dresses and their partners - black tailcoats. In earlier times, in such a way the brides and grooms were introduced to the society, and this is why all the debutantes are dressed in white which resembles a wedding dress.

Baltic Ball debutants are selected by the Ball Committee in the audition process.

Applications are accepted from:

  • Ladies, from 16 to 25 years of age (born in the period from 22 September 1993 until 22 September 2002),
  • Gentlemen, from 18 to 28 years of age,
  • Applications are accepted only from unmarried ladies and gentlemen.

The audition process takes place in the form of interviews. During the interviews with debutant candidates the members of the Ball Committee will observe the level of education, upbringing, knowledge of foreign languages, and physical appearance of the candidates.

Conditions for participation at the Baltic Ball Opening Ceremony for debutant candidates after successful passing of the audition process
1. Debutants participate in 20 mandatory dance classes (under the guidance of experienced trainers) and in 3 mandatory main rehearsals with the choreographer - main dance master.

а) Debutants pay a fee of 80 euros for 20 dancing classes* and 70 euro fee for the main rehearsals at their own expense

* Fees for dance classes are paid by all the debutants, except for professional dancers (applies only to those who have “C” or higher dancer qualification class proof in the “qualification book”). Dancers with the C category pay only a fee for 3 main rehearsals.

2. Debutants participation in the Ball is free of charge.
Baltic Ball debutants can also participate in other balls that are organized by the Baltic Ball organizers team abroad.
Dress-code
Young ladies:
  • white gown in full length
  • white ball gloves (elbow length)
  • white or silver shade dancing shoes
  • evening hairstyle, tiara
Young gentlemen:
  • tailcoat / tuxedo
  • white gloves
  • patent leather dress shoes
  • white bowtie

Attention! Application for debutant candidates of the Third Baltic Charity Ball is now OPEN!