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Competition Program

Competition Dance is about being a part of something bigger than yourself.

GROUPS

Masters Dance Academy has three competition teams available

Contemporary Team

1 hour Contemporary class and 1 hour contemporary choreography per week

Lyrical Team

1.5 hour Ballet class and 1 hour lyrical choreography per week

Jazz Team

1 hour Jazz class and 1 hour jazz choreography per week

Private Solo

Weekly private lessons with your choreographer to work on technique, emotional commitment, and skills ensures a dancer's consistent improvement.

Semi-private Solo

Enjoy 10 weeks of 60 min private lessons to learn Choreography, then combine with 2-3 other soloists for the rest of the year. Dancers help contribute to their friend's improvements and take an active part in the cleaning process.

Duo/Trio

Dance with your best friends and enjoy a semi-private rehearsal every week to continually improve your technique, emotional commitment, and skills.

Small Group

Similar set up to a Duo/Trio but with a group of 4-6 dancers.

Competition Team Expectations

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  • ATTENDANCE: Dance is about dedication and part of our studio motto is "commitment". Please try your best as a family to prioritize classes and rehearsals as much as possible.

    • If a dancer is unable to attend rehearsal, please inform the studio and/or choreographer with as much notice as possible.​

    • Team members are allowed 2 unexcused absences per school year. ​

    • Solo - Sm Group: If a (semi) private rehearsal needs to be cancelled by the studio, a make-up session will be available. If the rehearsal is cancelled by dancer(s), no make-up session can be guaranteed. For a group rehearsal, 50% of dancers must be present for class.

  • Solo, Duo/Trio, Small Group dancers are strongly recommended to take technique classes, but are not required to enroll in other classes. More technique classes are strongly recommended to improve competition results.

  • If you are competing for Masters Dance Academy, you should not be competing for any other studio. Competitive dancers are welcome to take classes, workshops, and/or perform in recitals at other studios as supplements to their dance education. 

  • All dancers and families are expected to conduct themselves in a professional, polite, and respectful manner in the studio and beyond. They must demonstrate the utmost sportsmanship at all time.