FESTIVAL DU BALLET

RULES AND GUIDELINES

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BC Performing Arts Rep Info

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General Rules
Entry Information
Categories
Category Descriptions
Levels

 

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General Rules

• All Dancers must be registered with a studio. No independent entries will be accepted.
• Entries will not be processed until full payment is received, no exceptions.
• Each solo, duo or trio dancer must be entered into at least one group to qualify for high score awards.

• Levels are calculated based on hours of all dance training including classes, choreography rehearsals, private/semi private/coaching lessons in ballet syllabus, ballet open/unset, pointe, repertoire, contemporary ballet, contemporary, modern, or ballet related conditioning- eg Pilates or PBT. Do not include hours of jazz, lyrical, musical theatre, tap, hip hop or acrobatics or other non ballet/contemporary/modern dance style.

• Re-dances are permitted in Novice and Intermediate categories only. Re-dances are permitted in all categories due to technical problems or anything not of the dancer’s fault.
• Categories may be combined or separated based on entries received and at the discretion of the Committee.
• Choreography may contain props, touching, acro/gymnastics moves and floor work in all categories.
• Each solo, duo or trio dancer must be entered into at least one group to qualify for high score awards.
• Dance offs must be requested in advance and will be approved at the discretion of the committee.