We strictly follow the NDCA guidelines
A ballroom competition is great challenge to assess your skills against others working at the same level to see how you size up throughout the country. Couples of the same level compete on a large dance floor all at once, surrounded by judges who will recall you into the next round until a final round is decided, where you will be placed 1-6. The music plays at an approved tempo and lasts about a minute and a half while all the couples begin dancing to that music. While they dance, the audience cheers, and the judges mark their sheets. At the end of the music, couples bow and walk off the floor, in escort position. The final 6 top couples are given their awards, ranging from ribbons and trophies to scholarships or even cash prizes.
What is international standard dance?
The international standard style includes waltz, tango, Viennese waltz, foxtrot, and quickstep. This style is danced widely in competitions, both in the United States and throughout the word.
What is international latin dance?
The international Latin includes Cha-Cha, Rumba, Samba, Paso Doble and Jive. These dances are now performed all over the world in competitions and showcases.
Attendance is vital to progressing and maintaining the stamina to keep up, whether it’s a simple basic pattern, or complicated choreography. Developing the technique and increasing skill level, in some cases working as a team, or connections with another partner, or improving your own personal balance and sophistication as a dancer requires regular training. There are no refunds for missed classes.
Bronze Level for beginners must complete 1-2 yrs. minimum before moving to the next level.
Silver Level once you are proficient in your bronze figures.
Gold Level dancers who have been competing successfully for quite some time and are ready for more of a challenge.
Approved step list we will work from
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