We are SUPER excited to be bringing this NEW and EXCITING Dance Competition to you.
The Smashed It Dance Class Championships is different from the majority of dance competitions you may have been involved with previously.
Imagine a dance competition with NO Costumes, NO rehearsed routines and NO late nights or long hours of waiting around. I know right – Sounds like a dream. The competition is run like a dance class. Let me explain a little bit of how the competition is run.
- There are three genres to compete in Ballet, Lyrical/Contemporary and Jazz. You can compete in one or all three.
- An age division will learn a set combination from one of the judges in one of the genres (eg: Ballet Under 7s).
- Once the combination has been learnt, the age division will move into the heats, then semi-finals and onto finals. Medals will be awarded from 1st through to 6th – depending on the number of entries.
- This structure is only expected to take an hour and is then repeated for each age division and genre.
- All students are to wear plain black attire with no identifying logos. For example, in the ballet section, all students will wear plain a black leotard, either pink ballet tights or socks. You may wear a plain black ballet skirt if you wish.
Judges will be giving advice and corrections throughout the competition to help you improve as a dancer.
Dancers from any studio, studying any dance syllabus and any age may enter. Students not in competition teams are welcome to compete and Independent entries are also welcome.
Points will be awarded for dancers who receive places. These points will be added together to find out the highest scoring dance school for the Teacher’s Award.
There will also be a commercial jazz workshop planned for the day.
Our Very first Competition will be held in the Sydney’s Sutherland Shire on Monday 21st January 2019.
Submit your details below if you would like to be provided with an information pack which includes the Guidelines & Rules, Entry form and Competitors Handbook.
If you have any questions please feel free to email email@example.com