- HIP- HOP
All hip-hop dances from the eighties to the present day in all styles, modified for the competition. Several dance styles can be used, such as hip-hop, funky, street jazz, etc. n addition, any modern trend that is within the confines of style can appear in the choreographies. (NEW STYLE, KRUMPING, SWAG, LYRICAL, OLD SCHOOL, POPPING, LOCKING, HOUSE.etc) Characteristics: Free dance, which is based on elements from the hip-hop trends listed above and similar dance techniques. The choreographies must be purely hip-hop style. Small acrobatics typical of the style are allowed (power moves, freeze…etc.) The value of the production is enhanced by the competitor’s stage appearance with the hip-hop style.
You can also dance as an individual dancer or as a team, regardless of gender. Hard dance with a lot of acrobatics. The spinning movements and acrobatic elements characteristic of a break are required. Competitors should focus on dynamics and should not ignore the mode of performance. As with all dances, appearance is important here. The use of accessories such as caps, elbow pads and knee pads is permitted.
- ELECTRIC BOOGIE
The art of isolated movement. Pantomime elements, the occasional waving of the body that evokes machine-like movement, and a combination of these in the form of a spectacular production.
GIRLY (HIGH HEELS DANCE)
The Girly dance style is an unique, sexy, modern, high-heels dance that combines street jazz, ragga, new style and hip-hop styles.
A combination of rhythm, movement, acting, acrobatics in a choreography.
A show: the most enjoyable performance for an audience in the world of dance. Its goal is entertainment. The harmony of sight, sound and dance drama on stage. The productions do not have to tell a story, but they do express a special atmosphere and feelings. In this style, more emphasis is placed on the spectacle of choreography, the use of varied spatial forms and visual elements. You can use scenery and great costumes. It is important to tell the story of the choreography, the framed structure. The material and technique of the choreography must be in harmony with the (own) music chosen.
Using any dance style except elements of acrobatic rock and roll.
Synchronized dancing and disco are not recommended. Other fashion dances may be used but should not dominate. The use of a simple equipment is allowed.
MAJORETTE, TWIRLING, CHEERLEADING
Spectacular productions that enhance the festive atmosphere fall into this category. The use of tools is mandatory, which can be: pom-pom, stick, or other hand tools (tape stick, flag, ball…, etc.).
Some style of (own) music can be used, but it must be in line with the choreography presented, it can be beginner, classical or any modern music.
Show nature is important in this category. In addition to the use of tools, dance skills also play an important role. Use of a set is not allowed.
As the name implies, this is a free category, there are no style restrictions in this category! Here, productions that do not fall into any of the categories launched will be given the opportunity to compete.
Any dance technique can be used by mixing several style elements, be it rock and roll, folk-, step-, social-, jazz-, Latin- belly-, modern dances, etc.
Also included are productions that are unable to enter their own category due to so-called self-competition.
The individual style production, presented with snare feet and energetic, dynamic movements around the dance floor, is based on jazz dance and classical ballet, which can be interspersed with “colorful” dance steps. Various devices may be used during the dance, but they must not contaminate the dance floor or endanger the physical integrity of the dancers.
Hip-hop style is not allowed even at an accelerated pace. Due to the tempo of the music, it is (own) disco music.
In addition to the use of special movement elements, steps and figures, the competitors can enhance the spectacle with their costumes.
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All techniques of modern dance can be applied, mixed with show and acrobatic elements and lifts. It also includes movement theater and physical theater movements. It also includes movement theater and physical theater movements. The harmony of the choreography and the dancer (s), the strengthening of the show is the important aspect, not the individual acting games. Choreography is based on a new idea that does not yet exist, or presents something in a new light in a way that is partially or completely different from the original idea of an already existing choreography. In this style, more emphasis is placed on the spectacle of choreography, the use of varied spatial forms and visual elements. You can use scenery and great costumes. It is important to tell the story of the choreography, the framed structure. (as a short drama)
- ACROBATIC DANCE
Competitions in this category must include acrobatic elements known from the tournament, a minimum of 5 varieties, and so-called large acrobatic elements. The acrobatic elements from the dance steps must be performed clearly by the dancer. The competitor's knowledge of dance technique is also important, the dancing nature of the choreographies must be sought. Any dance style and dance technique can be applied.
The competitor's knowledge of dance technique is also important, the dancing nature of the choreographies must be sought. Some dance style and dance technique can be applied.
- GYMNASTIC DANCE
This category includes dances based on harmonious, aesthetic, dance, gymnastic movement. Characteristics: flexibility, balance, gymnastics elements, as well as spins and jumps. In performance, it is important to connect the elements listed above in a dance way. Choreographies based on artistic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics (RG) also fall into this category. The use of hand tools is allowed, but it must have a dramaturgical role. Spoken manual exercises are not permitted. The use of large acrobatic elements is prohibited.
- MODERN DANCE / MODERN JAZZ
It is necessary to use one of the modern techniques: Modern Ballet, Graham, Limon, Horton, Metox, Cunningham, etc. Art jazz and modern jazz-based choreographies also fall into this category. The style, emotion and style of performance are important. Art jazz and modern jazz-based choreographies also fall into this category. The choreographies use the typical jazz technique (contraction-release, isolation, stretches, rotations, jumps, sharp rhythmic and dynamic changes).
The application of one of the modern-contemporary techniques is characterized by a special way of presentation and a novel way of expression. Another opportunity to take advantage of space, rhythm and dynamics. The main purpose of presenting the technical skills of the dancers is to awaken an idea. Its visual world can be thought-provoking, astonishing, or grotesque. Set can be used for choreographies if justified.
Dance is technically almost the same as contemporary dance. This includes choreographies based on the Art Jazz technique. In lyrical dance, one or more people (lyrical selves) speak directly, usually in the first person of a certain number. In such cases, the utterance of the original music does not necessarily sound, as the "lyrical self" is a fiction. The object of the choreography is the dancer's own inner world, he explores his emotions, moods, experiences, thoughts and experiences. The focus of the representation, then, is on the lyrical self, itself, the personality (the “poetic self”). Therefore, in lyrical dances, the artist's statement is more direct, more personal (subjective) than in multi-act works, the performer reinforces the personal emotions and individual opinions about the things in the world he depicts. Lyrical works are written in a fundamentally, but not exclusively, descriptive form. In addition to the content elements, the structural solutions, the means of expression, the elements of style, the poetic images, the forms and the means of music are especially important in lyrical dance.
The content and strength (intensity) of emotions distinguishes:
the lyric of mood, characterized by intimate speech, increased musicality, and minimal emotional temperature, and the emotional lyric, in which emotions are more definite, conscious, and · the lyric of thought, in which the element of thought, thoughtfulness, is dominant. The core of thought, the philosophical utterance, also becomes a personal experience, which the lyrical self presents in a poetic way.
he choreography should reflect the atmosphere and message of the classic original musical, musical or dance film in whole or in detail. This category also includes revue-type choreographies as well as American step and American jazz. Dance techniques that are in keeping with their style should be used. Choreographies inspired by today's fashionable modern musical pieces, but musically and movingly different from the atmosphere, technique and performance of the classical pieces, should not start in this category, but in the category corresponding to the dance technique used (eg stage dance, etc.). Use of sets and accessories is recommended but not required.
It is based on modern techniques, but can be mixed with elements of any other dance style (it can be mixed with any fashion dance style), so it cannot be classified among other modern styles. For the most part, modern dance techniques need to be danced in choreography.
- MOVEMENT ART One of the style trends of modern dance. Harmonious, aesthetic, expressive dance. Movement material: dance forms of movement, natural movement. An important feature is the regular harmony of aesthetic laws, sculpture (space), dynamics (force), rhythm (time). The use of ballet techniques, gymnastics and acrobatics, as well as any element that rotates the vertical axis of the body, is prohibited. Rolling on the shoulder is allowed.
- MODERN BALLET Its movement is based on classical ballet, but the elements and the way they are performed can be freely varied and executed in a more modern style. An ideal style for soft-moving, lyrical choreographies.
- CLASSICAL BALLET Pure classical ballet dance technique should be applied in soft or pointed shoes. Original choreography is allowed. Also included are character dances known from ballet repertoires.
- AUTHENTIC FOLKLORE In this category, the traditional folk dances and competitions from pure sources are presented, which contain the defining style features of the dances of certain peoples and cultures. The music must also be original folk music, or reworkings of them that preserve the atmosphere and character of the original folk music. This includes the Irish step as well as the original folk dances where knocking of any technique is used.
This category includes choreographies that are folk in their mood, carry the style of a particular folk dance, but use in a stylized form 11 steps and figures typical of that folk dance, as well as contains show elements. The music used can be traditional folk music, their adaptations, or folk-style music.
Ballroom dances are a collection of social dances. In these categories, the choreographies are made with the help of the figure catalog, using the basic and complex steps, as well as individual variations and solutions. In each case, the nature of the show is important. Raises and smaller throws typical of the dance style can be used. The use of sets and accessories is allowed. Couples: In choreography, the number of boys and girls must be equal to form pairs. Unmarried: They can be danced by separate boys, separate girls or mixed. In a mixed formation, the number of girls and boys cannot be the same.
This category includes stage productions that are characterized by dynamic sporting movements in addition to dance. Raises and throws can be used, but the age and technical knowledge of the competitors must be taken into account when the exercises are difficult.
- ACROBATIC ROCKY This category includes acrobatic rock and roll based choreographies expanded with visual elements. Competitions can be in pairs, girls only, or they can be mixed. Category-specific acrobatic elements can be used. The construction of lifts and pyramids is allowed, the maximum height is 3 people. The difficulty of the acrobatic element should be appropriate to the competitor’s level of knowledge and age. Category-specific acrobatic elements are allowed.
- DANCE AEROBIC This category includes competitions that use a world of dance and aerobics to create a specific production. It is important that both forms of movement are recognizable in the production. The exercises include elements of strength, flexibility, and balance, jumps, rotations, and lifts in dynamic and static form. Zumba, a popular form of movement today, also belongs here. Acrobatic elements are allowed, but do not dominate. The difficulty of the acrobatic element should be appropriate to the competitor’s level of knowledge and age.
- SPORT AEROBIC The exercises include elements of strength, looseness, and balance, jumps, rotations, and lifts in dynamic and static form. A characteristic feature of aerobics is the Jumping Jack and High kicks, as well as the various push-ups, seating and asparagus, which can be varied as desired in practice.
- SPORTS ACROBATICS This includes sports exercises that specifically specialize in building lifts and pyramids to create a stage spectacle.
This category includes gymnastic, dance exercises where competitors use a sports bar. On the bar, the competitors have to show different elements of flexibility, balance and strength, as well as rotations, dynamic movements. In addition to the acrobatic elements typical of the sport (catches, falls, jumps, somersaults), acrobatic elements performed on the ground are also permitted.
Originality and creativity, tillage and pass-throughs are important. The practice must form a unified stage production, so the dance elements must not be missing either. We do not restrict creative freedom, but the age and technical knowledge of the competitor must be taken into account when compiling the competition, especially for the acrobatic elements.
As part of the production, the knowledge of the dancers is equally important, as is the artistic impact of the choreography. Some dance style can be used, but it should fit harmoniously with the music and the message of the production. In the evaluation, the technical knowledge of the competitors and its execution are the authoritative, but as a stage production, the radiance, the artistic effect, the originality and uniformity of the choreography, as well as the topic and style appropriate to the age group are essential.
In this category, too, everyone competes at their own risk. Particular attention should be paid to the requirements of the dress to be performed, it should completely cover the area of the pool and buttocks, and in the case of female competitors, the chest. Competitors may only demonstrate their practice in barefoot or body-colored sneakers. The use of erotic movements and style and any reference to this is prohibited.
VIDEO CLIP DANCE
Only online category, where the main topic is dance. The works can be about a solo dancer or a group. In addition to dance, video editing is the main focus, thus creating endless variations at the creators' disposal. Similar to video clips known from the world of music, cut scenes and moments can be realized with different backgrounds and many other ideas. Effects can be used as desired to present the theme or mood.