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Competition Program

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


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.


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


  • 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.