ART. 6 ALL DANCE BALLET

BALLET

Dance from the classical repertoire and classical ballet technique from world-renowned companies for their high prestige and trajectory.

In the staging proposal, the set-up, costume, period, style, shoes according to the repertoire (pointe shoes or dance slippers), and original choreography belonging to the classical repertoire, also appropriate choreographic and technical level. Acrobatics or gymnastic elements will not be allowed. Character Dances may participate in this category.

NOTE: In the ballet repertoire or fragment modality, children’s division (8 years and older) and above may register

Original Choreographies, exclusively using classical ballet techniques, steps, and music.

Appropriate clothing, half pointe shoes, or pointe shoes may be used. Acrobatics or gymnastic elements will not be allowed in this modality. Character dances are not included in this category.

Dance that uses the language of traditional classical ballet but allows for more exploration of movement and more flexibility in the application of classical technique.

The costumes respond to a minimalist aesthetic, being more simple and comfortable since they must mark the dancers’ movements. Pointe or half pointe shoes can be used and music may or not be classic.

A maximum of one acrobatic and/or gymnastic element will be allowed.

Contemporary ballet is a dance form that is influenced by both classical ballet and modern dance. It includes a lot of classical ballet in its technique, which has more movement and self-expression.

It started in the 1900s. Many of its concepts come from the ideas and innovations of the 20th century with its modern dance. The pioneering reference of this ballet style is George Balanchine, there are also many contemporary ballet companies and choreographers, such as Sean Bovim, Alonzo King’s ballet line, William Forsythe, Mats Ek, and others.

Maximum one acrobatic and/or gymnastic element will be allowed.

NOTE: The organization is not responsible for the intellectual property or copyright of the works presented in these modalities, it is the absolute responsibility of the director, choreographer or dancer.

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