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  • 34th Annual Junior Eisteddfod

    Preliminary Programme

    DANCE

    Saturday 12th May Wednesday 23rd May 2018

    Burdekin Theatre, 161 Queen St AYR QLD 4807

    IMPORTANT

    ALL ENTRIES: via STARDOM at www.stardom.com.au

    ENTRIES FOR ALL SECTIONS CLOSE: 11.59pm, Friday 9th March 2018

    No late entries can be accepted

    Office: 142b Young Street, Ayr Email: dance@burdekinjunioreisteddfod.com.au Postal Address: PO Box 807, Ayr QLD 4807 Coordinator: Machelle Slatcher - 0407 834 953

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR MAY 2018

    HIGHLAND: 12th IRISH: 13th MUSIC: 14th to 15th DANCE: 16th to 21st SPEECH & DRAMA: 21st to 23rd ART & LIT PRESENTATIONS: 20th in the Foyer 2pm

    PLEASE NOTE: Whilst the eisteddfod will endeavor to adhere to this schedule these dates are subject to change.

    Specific Bursary winners will be announced at the completion of each discipline. Major Bursary winners will be announced in the Burdekin Advocate following judging.

    PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY AS SOME RULES INCLUDING TIME LIMITS AND SECTIONS HAVE BEEN ALTERED.

    THE COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REMOVE ANY CHILD OR ADULT FOR INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR.

    www.burdekinjunioreisteddfod.com.au

  • DANCE

    ADJUDICATORS

    HIGHLAND Mrs Cheryl Roach IRISH Mrs Caroline Gossip ADCRG MUSIC Matt Klohs DANCE Rob McLean SPEECH & DRAMA Dr Victoria Carless LITERARY Elisa Rigano ART Burdekin Art Society PHOTOGRAPHY Chiara Oar

    ENTRIES

    ADMIN FEE per entry

    Number of Sections per Entry Admin Fee 1 section only $3.00 2 to 5 sections $6.00 6 to 10 sections $10.00 11 to 20 sections $15.00 21 to 30 sections $25.00 31 to 50 sections $35.00 More than 50 sections $50.00

    ENTRY FEES per section

    Section Full Price Literary & Visual Arts $6.00/Item Special Needs Literary & Visual Arts $6.00/Item Solos $7.00/Item Duos/Trios & Duets $12.00/Item Championships & Titles $15.00/Entry Ensembles/Groups/Rock Bands $16.00/Item Choirs/Stage-Jazz Bands/Orchestras $18.00/Item Non Competitive Sections Free Entry

    PROGRAMMES

    Non-local entrants may order a programme to be mailed when entering. The Art, Photography and Literature programme will be available on our website just prior to the eisteddfod. Teacher Running Sheets are available upon entry.

    Programmes will be available from: BURDEKIN JUNIOR EISTEDDFOD OFFICE - 142b Young Street, Ayr RHYTHM EDGE DANCE STUDIOS 119 Young Street, Ayr SIMPLY DANCE 11 Queen Street, Ayr LUCKY BLACK CAT NEWSAGENCY Corner Young & Queen Streets, Ayr

  • BURDEKIN JUNIOR EISTEDDFOD POLICY,

    BURDEKIN THEATRE REGULATIONS, THE POLICY ACT AND COPYRIGHT LAWS

    PROHIBIT THE USE OF:

    D VIDEO/CAM RECOREDERS

    D CAMERAS

    D RECORDING DEVICES (INCLUDING SMART PHONES AND TABLETS)

    D MOBILE PHONES are to be switched off before entering the venue

    D FLASHLIGHTS

    D ELECTRONIC GAMES OF ANY SORT

    Such devices may be confiscated for the duration of the eisteddfod

  • GENERAL RULES and CONDITIONS

    Failure to comply with the following rules and conditions will involve disqualification and withholding of prizes. The decision of the committee of the Burdekin Junior Eisteddfod in all questions or disputes arising out of, or not provided for, by the rules and conditions will be final. All entries are received according to this condition and in the spirit of a friendly competition upon which the eisteddfod is based; no dispute shall become the subject of any appeal at law.

    This competition is held under the auspices of the Burdekin Junior Eisteddfod Inc. (herein referred to as eisteddfod or competition) and is open to Amateurs only. An amateur shall be defined as a person whose principal source of income is not derived from the exercise of his or her talents in the particular class or classes, which he or she has entered. This condition does not apply to Conductors and Accompanists.

    All competitors compete at their own risk.

    It is most important that Competitors, Teachers, Parents & Guardians read all rules & conditions carefully.

    ENTRIES

    Entries are to made through Stardom. Entries can be paid online via Debit / Credit Card. If you have an existing account with Stardom, please use those details to login to your account. When entering please keep a copy of your login details, as you will need them to login to get your reports. You must use the same login details to be able to view reports. Multiple children and disciplines can be listed on the same invoice, saving you multiple admin fees. You can also add to an existing invoice to again save on admin fees.

    TEACHERS PASSES

    Schools will have to supply the Burdekin Junior Eisteddfod committee with teachers names and copyright numbers on entry from in order to receive a teacher pass. These passes will be mailed to the relevant school prior to the commencement of the eisteddfod if a program has been ordered. NO passes will be available from the official table during the running of the eisteddfod, unless ordered through Stardom. NO teacher will be allowed side stage without a pass.

    SUBMISSION OF MEMBERS NAMES

    Names of all members in Duos, Duets and Trios must be submitted on the official entry Form.

    In the case of Groups and Ensembles all members and their birth dates must be listed. Please highlight the youngest and the eldest on your entry form. The ability to do this will depend on what Stardom is able to do.

    If any competitor/s in Duets/Duos, Trios or Groups is prevented from performing due to withdrawal of one partner, a substitute can be used. Trios may be reduced to Duos if necessary. These changes will be accepted provided all other conditions are met. Name/s and Date of Birth of substitute/s must be handed to the Secretary/Marshal at least one hour before commencement of the Section.

  • ADJUDICATORS

    The Adjudicators have the power to withhold or divide prizes according to merit.

    In the event of any breach of the rules and conditions, it shall be at the discretion of the management committee as to whether any disqualification or withholding of prizes is enforced, unless a formal complaint is received.

    Competitors MUST NOT have any tuition whatever from the Adjudicator or the Adjudicator's School from the time of announcement of the Adjudicators. In the case of Irish this is increased to 2 years.

    Any approach before or during competition, to an Adjudicator by an Entrant, Parent, Teacher or Friend of an Entrant during the Eisteddfod is prohibited. Disqualification of competitor will be enforced. This rule does not apply to the Eisteddfod committee.

    When necessary, a Competitor shall cease the performance on the sound of the Adjudicators bell. This is not a reflection on quality, but means the Adjudicator has seen or heard sufficient of that item to make adjudication.

    CHECK IN / WITHDRAWALS These rules will be adhered to at ALL times.

    Competitors must check in with the Marshal upon arrival one hour prior to the commencement of their section. If your section begins the session, arrival is 30 minutes prior to the commencement of their section and must be available when the section is called.

    Music & Synopses for dance sections must be handed to the Marshal upon arrival.

    Competitors will be deemed as Withdrawals if they are not present when called for their section/s.

    Once section has begun competitors running late will not be permitted to compete. BACK/SIDE STAGE AREA

    The only people allowed Side Stage during the Eisteddfod will be competitors, teachers with passes and persons authorized by the Burdekin Junior Eisteddfod Committee. Parents are allowed backstage but are not permitted side stage. Teachers passes must be presented to the Marshalls upon entering side stage.

    The only time/occasion a teacher or parent is allowed in the wings will be for all groups, the competitor is under the age of 10 years or it is the competitors first eisteddfod. Closed in shoes must be worn by all persons working side stage, with the exception of competitors.

    Only Teachers with students in a section will be allowed side stage.

    No entry or exit to stage from auditorium with the exception of Speech and Drama and Music.

    Strict penalties will be incurred if instructions set out by Theatre Staff are not followed.

    The Eisteddfod will not make the stage available for rehearsals prior to, or through the duration of the Eisteddfod. Should a competitor wish to do this, it will be via private booking with the Burdekin Theatre Management, as long as it does not interfere with the normal running of the Eisteddfod. The Eisteddfod will not be responsible for any costs incurred.

    DRESS CODE

    The Burdekin Junior Eisteddfod Inc. supports a Dress Code for all competitors throughout the eisteddfod. Age appropriate costuming, formal or semi-formal dress is encouraged and all parents and teachers are urged to observe this standard of dress. Good casual is suitable for day competition.

  • PREFORMANCE CODE

    The Burdekin Junior Eisteddfod Inc. supports a Performance Code for all competitors throughout the eisteddfod. Age appropriate music and or performances are encouraged and all parents and teachers are urged to observe this standard of performance.

    AGE LIMITS

    The eisteddfod is open to all competitors age 18 years and under.

    Competitors are NOT permitted to preform up in age, with the exception of Tiny Tots.

    Competitors in all sections must not be older then the age stated in each section on or before the commencement date of the eisteddfod. Irish is as at 1st January of the current year.

    Proof of age may be required. In the case of a dispute, prizes will be withheld until such proof is forthcoming. In case of Duets, Duos and Trios one of the competitors may be under the age limit but may only enter in one section.

    In sections where entry is by school year, competitors who have left school are still eligible as long as they are under the stated age limit.

    No competitors may perform in any section under a name other than his or her name stated on the entry form.

    GENERAL

    Competitors competing as a Tiny Tot section MAY compete in other age group solos. Competitors are only allowed to compete once in a section. No practicing will be permitted around or behind the stage area. A group must consist of 4 or more members. The same dance must not be performed twice by the same competitor during the current eisteddfod. For the song and dance section, the vocal backing track cannot contain any vocal melody line. Should the backing track contain a vocal melody line the competitor may be penalized.

    DIVISION OF SECTIONS

    The eisteddfod committee will determine age groupings after close of entries. The eisteddfod committee will make its best effort to have a minimum age division of 9 years and under, 12 years and under and 13 years and over, however reserves the right to combine ages due to lack of entries. If sections are divided, competitors must perform in the division allocated.

    PROPS

    All Props must be brought backstage to OP side, prior to the commencement of the relative session and collected immediately after the conclusion of that session.

    Props are limited to those that can be placed on stage by the competitor within a time limit of 1 minute.

    DURING THE ITEM, PROPS ARE TO BE MANIPULATED BY THE COMPETITOR ONLY. This condition may be relaxed in the case of groups subject to the Eisteddfods approval.

    All due care, but no responsibility, will be taken by the Eisteddfod for props on or off the stage.

    Only Eisteddfod officials and Burdekin Theatre staff will be able to place props on and remove from the stage.

    No props to be set in front of the proscenium.

  • Respect for the stage must be shown. No substance (for example glass, china, powder, paint, oil, confetti, feathers, sand, water, cream, hay, bubbles) is to be spilt or spread on stage. No lighted candles, sparklers, lighted cigarettes or any naked flames are permitted. Penalties will be incurred.

    Blackouts and special lighting effects will not be allowed.

    No entry or exit, to/from stage apron. ORDER OF COMPETITORS

    Positions allocated in programme will be strictly adhered to except in very extenuating circumstances. Competitors appearance on stage will be in no particular order to receipt of entries.

    PROGRAMMING

    The Committee endeavors not to programme solo and group items of the same age group at the same time. However, because of the large number of competitors this is not always possible and so appearance at all venues cannot be guaranteed.

    The Committee is unable to make special arrangements for out of town competitors to compete at a time other than that shown in the official programme.

    The committee is unable to make special arrangements for anyone with religious believes.

    While desiring to adhere to the programme as printed, the Committee reserves the right to amend it should it be considered advisable.

    COPYRIGHT

    This is now available upon entry. There is a tick box to cover all Copyright.

    The Eisteddfod Committee holds an APRA license for performing recorded music. It is the responsibility of the competitor to abide by the APRA/AMCOS Guide to Eisteddfods (2012).

    Copyright forms are available in this Entry Booklet, the Eisteddfod website and from www.apra.com.au

    The following is an extract from Music copyright for Eisteddfods First Edition 2006:

    Dance schools may have a joint AMCOS/ARIA license which permits the making of audio recordings or the copying of existing recordings for ease of cuing purposes, for example, to be used as backing tracks for a performance. Dance schools that have made a recording under the AMCOS/ARIA dance school license may need to quote their license number to the eisteddfod to prove that their recordings have been made legitimately under this license.

    AMATEUR STATUS

    Competition is open to amateurs. Definition of "amateur" - any person who does not derive nor has ever derived his or her main income or a substantial income as a teacher and/or performer from the exercise of his or her talent in the particular class for which he or she may have entered. Confirmation may be requested in writing from a student teacher presently studying and/or teaching under guidance of professional teachers, in the case of a dispute.

    ENGRAVING

    The Committee will not be responsible for the engraving of trophies won.

  • PERPETUAL TROPHIES

    Due to difficulties faced by the committee in regards to having all trophies returned to the office in good condition prior to the commencement of the eisteddfod, perpetual trophies will be presented on the day and then held by the eisteddfod. A smaller trophy will also be presented as a take home trophy. The eisteddfod committee will cover the cost of the engraving for the perpetual trophy.

    CHAMPIONSHIPS NEW RULING FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018

    To enter in the Senior Tap, Classical and Modern Championship Sections, a competitor must be 13 Years or over and must also compete in each of the equivalent Solo Sections in his/her relevant age grouping. Eg: Tap Champ Slow/Waltz Tap Solo, Fast/Speed Tap Solo and Tap Impro Solo, Classical Champ Classical Solo, Demi - Character Solo and Classical Impro Solo, Modern Up-Tempo Modern solo, either a Contemporary or Lyrical Solo and Modern Impro Solo.

    To enter in the Junior Tap, Classical and Modern Championship Section, a competitor must be 10 -12 years and must compete in each of the equivalent Solo Section in his/her relevant age grouping. Eg: Tap Champ Slow/Waltz Tap Solo, Fast/Speed Tap Solo and Tap Impro Solo, Classical Champ Classical Solo, Demi - Character Solo and Classical Impro Solo, Modern Up-Tempo Modern solo, either a Contemporary or Lyrical Solo and Modern Impro Solo.

    VENUE RULES

    Prams, school bags and large musical instruments are not allowed into the auditorium.

    Mobile phones and hand held games must be switched off light from a screen is a distraction to the adjudicator.

    Recording Devices of any kind are strictly prohibited as per privacy and copyright laws. (Audio, Video, Photographic)

    VENUE ETIQUETTE

    A high standard of decorum is expected from all participants and spectators. Unpleasant or offensive behavior may result in those responsible being asked to leave and offending entrants may be disqualified. These rules also apply to misuse of the Venue and Eisteddfods facilities.

    The committee reserves the right to take any/all action to facilitate the satisfactory conduct of the Eisteddfod. The Eisteddfod is conducted under the relevant Queensland Government Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and expects all competitors, volunteers, patrons, teachers and visitors to respect these guidelines and will not be held liable for any such person who does not.

    REPORTS

    On-line adjudication of all performances (except Highland and Irish Dancing), including non-place-getters, will be available by logging into your Stardom account. You must login using the same login details as you used to enter the eisteddfod.

    AWARDS and BURSARIES

    Awards/Bursaries will be presented to the winning competitors on the completion of that discipline. Please be advised not to leave the auditorium before winners have been announced.

  • PROTESTS

    The Adjudicators decision is to be final except in cases of dispute regarding AGE or INCORRECT ENTRY, when the decision of the Protest Committee shall be final. Where the age of a competitor is the subject of protest, a birth certificate may be required. All protests or disputed matters will only be permitted if made in writing and handed to the executive member on duty within half an hour of the cause arising, accompanied by a fee of $30.00. In all cases the fee will be forfeited if the protest or dispute is considered frivolous.

    CONDITIONS FOR USE OF CDS & MINI DISCS

    There must be only a single track per CD or Mini Disc. THIS RULE WILL BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO. All recordings must be marked with Competitors Name, Number, Section and AMCOS/ARIA License No.

    Competitors are responsible for the production of their own recordings. The Eisteddfod while providing adequate playback equipment, accepts no responsibility for quality of the reproduction.

    Competitors MUST hand their recording to the marshal upon CHECK IN one hour prior to section.

    PLEASE NOTE: CDRW Disks will NOT operate on the

    equipment at the theatre

    IMPROVISATIONS

    The adjudicator will set the music and time limits for the improvisation sections.

    A plain coloured leotard must be worn for the improvisation. Dance pants are optional for Modern and Tap only. NO headpieces, crop tops or skirts.

    Please be advised that once the improvisation section has begun you will NOT be able to leave or enter the auditorium or the backstage areas until the section is finished.

    TIME LIMITS

    Section Maximum Time Tiny Tots (6yrs & Under) Solos 2m 30secs 6yrs, 7yrs & 8yrs Solos 2m 30secs 9yrs to 12yrs Incl. Solos 3m 00secs 13yrs to 18yrs Incl. Solos 3m 30secs Championships 3m 30 sec All Duos/Trios 3m 30secs Groups 6m 00secs

    Time limits will be strictly adhered to. Competitors exceeding time limits will receive adjudication but will not receive a mark. Timing commences at the start of the performance and finishes at the completion of the performance.

  • SECTIONS

    ENTRIES: via STARDOM at www.stardom.com.au

    PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF YOUR LOGIN DETAILS. YOU WILL NEED THEM TO LOGIN TO YOUR ACCOUNT TO GET YOUR REPORTS DURING EISTEDDFOD, THEY MUST BE THE SAME DETAILS AS YOU USED TO ENTER.

    Multiple children and disciplines can be listed on the same invoice, saving you multiple admin fees. You can also add to an existing invoice at any time to again save on admin fees.

    Section No

    Age Group Performance Category Section Type

    Notes

    300 A 5 yrs & Under Tiny Tots Solo Any style. Competitors may compete in other sections

    300 B 6 yrs Tiny Tots Solo Any style. Competitors may compete in other sections

    301 7 yrs & Under Classical Dance Solo

    302 8 yrs Classical Dance Solo

    303 9 yrs Classical Dance Solo

    304 10 yrs Classical Dance Solo

    305 11 yrs Classical Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    306 12 yrs Classical Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    307 13 yrs Classical Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    308 14 yrs Classical Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    400 15 yrs Classical Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    309 16 yrs & Over Classical Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    310 9 yrs & Under Demi-Character Dance Solo

    311 10 yrs Demi-Character Dance Solo

    312 11 yrs Demi-Character Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    313 12 yrs Demi-Character Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    314 13 yrs Demi-Character Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    315 14 yrs Demi-Character Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    316 15 yrs Demi-Character Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    317 16 yrs & Over Demi-Character Dance Solo Optional Pointe or Demi-Pointe

    318 10 yrs & Under National Dance Solo Excluding Highland and Irish

    319 11 & 12 yrs National Dance Solo Excluding Highland and Irish

    320 13 & 14 yrs National Dance Solo Excluding Highland and Irish

    321 15 yrs & Over National Dance Solo Excluding Highland and Irish

    322 7 yrs & Under Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    323 8 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    324 9 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    325 10 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    326 11 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    327 12 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    328 13 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    329 14 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    330 15 yrs Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

  • 331 16 yrs & Over Up-Tempo Modern Dance Solo

    332 9 yrs & Under Lyrical Dance Solo

    333 10 yrs Lyrical Dance Solo

    334 11 yrs Lyrical Dance Solo

    335 12 yrs Lyrical Dance Solo

    336 13 yrs Lyrical Dance Solo

    337 14 yrs Lyrical Dance Solo

    338 15 yrs Lyrical Dance Solo

    339 16 yrs & Over Lyrical Dance Solo

    340 9 yrs & Under Contemporary Dance Solo

    341 10 - 12 yrs Contemporary Dance Solo

    342 13 yrs Contemporary Dance Solo

    343 14 yrs Contemporary Dance Solo

    344 15 yrs Contemporary Dance Solo

    345 16 yrs & Over Contemporary Dance Solo

    346 12 yrs & Under Open Dance Solo Any Genre NEW 2018 347 13 yrs & Over Open Dance Solo Any Genre NEW 2018 348 10 yrs & Under Modern Improvisation

    Dance Solo

    349 11 & 12 yrs Modern Improvisation Dance

    Solo

    350 13 yrs & Over Modern Improvisation Dance

    Solo

    351 10 yrs & Under Classical Improvisation Dance

    Solo

    352 11 & 12 yrs Classical Improvisation Dance

    Solo

    353 13 yrs & Over Classical Improvisation Dance

    Solo

    354 10 yrs & Under Tap Improvisation Dance Solo

    355 11 & 12yrs Tap Improvisation Dance Solo

    356 13 yrs & Over Tap Improvisation Dance Solo

    357 10 yrs & Under Song and Dance Solo

    358 11 & 12yrs Song and Dance Solo

    359 13 yrs & Over Song and Dance Solo

    360 8 yrs & Under Tap Dance - Any Tempo Solo

    361 9 yrs Tap Dance - Any Tempo Solo

    362 10 yrs Tap Dance Slow or Waltz Solo Excluding Fast or Speed

    363 11 yrs Tap Dance Slow or Waltz Solo Excluding Fast or Speed

    364 12 yrs Tap Dance Slow or Waltz Solo Excluding Fast or Speed

    365 13 yrs Tap Dance Slow or Waltz Solo Excluding Fast or Speed

    366 14 yrs Tap Dance Slow or Waltz Solo Excluding Fast or Speed

    367 15 yrs & Over Tap Dance Slow or Waltz Solo Excluding Fast or Speed

    368 10 yrs Tap Dance Fast or Speed Solo Excluding Slow or Waltz

    369 11 yrs Tap Dance - Fast or Speed Solo Excluding Slow or Waltz

    370 12 yrs Tap Dance - Fast or Speed Solo Excluding Slow or Waltz

    371 13 yrs Tap Dance Fast or Speed Solo Excluding Slow or Waltz

    372 14 yrs Tap Dance Fast or Speed Solo Excluding Slow or Waltz

  • 373 15 yrs & Over Tap Dance Fast or Speed Solo Excluding Slow or Waltz

    374 12 yrs & Under Classical / Novelty Dance Duo/Trio

    375 13 yrs & Over Classical / Novelty Dance Duo/Trio

    376 9 yrs & Under Tap Dance Duo/Trio

    377 10 - 12 yrs Tap Dance Duo/Trio

    378 13 yrs & Over Tap Dance Duo/Trio

    379 9 yrs & Under Modern Dance Duo/Trio

    380 10 - 12 yrs Modern Dance Duo/Trio

    381 13 yrs & Over Modern Dance Duo/Trio

    382 12 yrs & Under Classical Dance Group 4 or more members

    383 13 yrs & Over Classical Dance Group 4 or more members

    384 9 yrs & Under Tap Dance Group 4 or more members

    385 10 - 12 yrs Tap Dance Group 4 or more members

    386 13 yrs & Over Tap Dance Group 4 or more members

    387 9 yrs & Under Modern Dance Group 4 or more members

    388 10 - 12 yrs Modern Dance Group 4 or more members

    389 13 yrs & Over Modern Dance Group 4 or more members

    390 12 yrs & Under Lyrical OR Contemporary Dance

    Group 4 or more members

    391 13 yrs & Over Lyrical OR Contemporary Dance

    Group 4 or more members

    392 12 yrs & Under Open Dance Group 4 or more members - Any Genre

    393 13 yrs & Over Open Dance Group 4 or more members Any Genre

    394 13 yrs & Over Senior Tap Dance Championship Solo

    Slow or Waltz Tap and Fast or Speed Tap, 3mins 30sec limit each.

    395 13 yrs & Over Senior Classical Dance Championship Solo

    Classical & Demi-Character Dance, 3mins 30sec limit each.

    396 13 yrs & Over Senior Modern Dance Championship Solo Lyrical or Contemporary and Up-tempo Modern, 3mins 30sec limit each.

    397 10 12 years Junior Tap Dance Championship

    Solo Slow or Waltz Tap and Fast or Speed Tap, 3mins 30sec limit each.

    398 10 12 years Junior Classical Dance Championship

    Solo Classical & Demi-Character Dance, 3mins 30sec limit each.

    399 10 12 years Junior Modern Dance Championship

    Solos Lyrical or Contemporary and Up-tempo Modern, 3mins 30sec limit each.

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