ART.46 GRADING/SCORING METHOD
46.1 JUDGES PANEL
The panel of judges is made up of four different types of judges: General Supervisor Judge, Deduction Judge, Modality Judge and Complementary Judge.
46.1.1 GENERAL SUPERVISOR JUDGE
It is the judge who performs the functions of supervision and verification of the scores of the other judges through the All Dance International scoring method.
The General Supervisor Judge has the power to request adjustments from any member of the jury. In addition, it has the ability to correct an ill-founded score, according to the All Dance International regulations and finally, he can replace a judge who is not performing his duties correctly.
46.1.2 MODALITY JUDGE
He is the expert who qualifies the technique according to the modality, division and level of the participants of the Championship (Score out of 70 points). The modality specialist jury may give live feedback of each staging (according to the development method of the championship).
46.1.3 COMPLEMENTARY JUDGE
The complementary judge is the expert who qualifies the performance in general according to the modality, division and level of the Championship participants. (Score out of 30 points).
46.1.4 DEDUCTIONS JUDGE
The deduction judge is the expert who deducts points based on the regulatory faults that are determined according to the modality, division and level of the participants in the Championship.
The score will be the total result obtained adding the modality judge result (over 70 points) and the complementary judge result (over 30 points). The result will then be deducted points for faults to the All Dance International Code (in the case of penalties determined by the Deductions Judge).
ART.47 MODALITY, CRITERIA AND SCORING (OUT OF 70 POINTS)
All Dance International divides the SPECIFIC TECHNIQUE into two items: CORRECT MODALITY (from 1 to 10 points) and TECHNICAL LEVEL (from 1 to 10 points), which added together will give a total of over 20 points.
47.1.1 CORRECT MODALITY: All Dance International will grades as CORRECT MODALITY the use of the specific technique in which the performance was registered.
47.1.2 TECHNICAL LEVEL: All Dance International will grades the entire artistic process on TECHNICAL LEVEL from the beginning of the choreography, transition and completion of the performance.
All Dance International divides THE EXECUTION into two items: SYNCHRONIZATION (from 1 to 5 points) and SKILL (from 1 to 5 points), which added together will give a total of 10 points.
47.2.1 SYNCHRONIZATION: All Dance International grades by choreographic SYNCHRONIZATION the symmetric musical or non-musical motor coincidence of all the dancers in a performance, according to the registered modality (does not apply to soloists).
47.2.2 SKILL: All Dance International grades by SKILL the skills that each dancer has both in the beginning, development and completion of each sequence and / or choreographic element.
All Dance International divides DIFFICULTY into two items: EXTRAORDINARY MOVEMENTS (from 1 to 5 points) and ELEMENTS OF RISK (from 1 to 5 points), which added together will give a total of over 10 points.
47.3.1 EXTRAORDINARY MOVEMENTS: All Dance International grades as EXTRAORDINARY MOVEMENTS the complexity and authenticity of the steps used in the choreographic routine.
47.3.2 ELEMENTS OF RISK: All Dance International grades in ELEMENTS OF RISK the steps, figures and elements that give added value and difficulty to the choreography with an adequate execution of the technique.
All Dance International divides MUSICALITY into two items: MUSICAL INTERPRETATION OR BEAT (from 1 to 5 points) and MUSIC (from 1 to 5 points), which added together will give a total of 10 points.
47.4.1 MUSICAL INTERPRETATION OR BEAT: All Dance International grades musical ear, repetition and coordination between time-space from one movement to another in perfect musical harmony.
47.4.2 MUSIC: All Dance International grades the MUSICAL EDITION (of the musical piece being used) it has to be without abrupt cuts or wrong musical fusion, at the beginning, during and at the end of the routine, sound quality of the musical track and adequate choice for the registered modality.
All Dance International divides CHOREOGRAPHY into two items: COSTUME (from 1 to 5 points) and COMPLEXITY (from 1 to 5 points), which added together will give a total of 10 points.
47.5.1 COSTUME: All Dance International grades the COSTUME according to the modality, the choreography (period, style and relevance) and division of the dancers.
47.5.2 COMPLEXITY: All Dance International grades choreographic design from basic to advanced.
All Dance International rates CREATIVITY (1 to 5 points) and ENTERTAINMENT (1 to 5 points). These will be used exclusively in unpublished choreographies.
47.6.1 CREATIVITY: All Dance International qualifies the creation of an idea, concept and choreographic performance, in addition to the new or the novel in all its expressions.
47.6.2 ENTERTAINMENT: All Dance International grades the level of ENTERTAINMENT of a choreography and the enjoyment generated by its performance.
The modality judge may deduct points regarding use of someone else´s Intellectual property for the following reasons.
- Sequences (steps): – 5 for each time
- Choreographic Designs: -10 for each time
- Partial Choreographic Match: -10 for each time
- Total Choreographic Coincidence: – 30 points.
All Dance International grades traditional Ballet repertoire and contemporary repertoire. The traditional repertoire of each modality covers until the 19th century and the contemporary repertoire from the 20th century. Each repertoire is scored under three items that include:
- Complete adaptation (1-3 points)
- Partial adaptation (4-8 points)
- No Adaptation (9-10 points)
A better grade will be awarded to the staging that faithfully represents the original choreography.
It will only be used in the ballet fragment or repertoire modality.
ART.48 COMPLEMENTARY CRITERIA AND SCORE (OUT OF 30 POINTS)
All Dance International divides STAGE USE into four items: SPACE (from 0.5 to 1.5 points), FORMATIONS (from 0.5 to 2 points), LEVELS (from 0.5 to 2 points) and TRANSITIONS (from 0.5 to 2.5 points), which added together will give a total of 8 points.
48.1.1 SPACE: All Dance International qualifies by SPACE the movement of the dancers on the stage.
48.1.2 FORMATIONS: All Dance International qualifies by formations the individual choreographic design of the performance, the use of different formations designs by the group (does not apply to soloists).
48.1.3 LEVELS: All Dance International grades the LEVELS of the choreographic performance in its entirety: expecting the use of low, medium and high movements.(it may not apply in certain styles)
48.1.4 TRANSITIONS: All Dance International grades the way the dancer moves on stage with the different line-up changes (does not apply to soloists).
All Dance International divides IMAGE into four items: CREATIVITY (from 0.5 to 2 points), ACCESSORIES (from 0.5 to 1.5 points), MAKEUP (from 0.5 to 2 points) and VISUAL AESTHETICS (from 0.5 to 1.5 points), which added together will give a total of 7 points.
48.2.1 CREATIVITY: All Dance International grades CREATIVITY through the originality of the elements and the image, which must be in accordance with the modality and division of the performance.
48.2.2 ACCESSORIES: All Dance International grades the correct use of the ACCESSORIES allowed, such as hats, canes, chairs, musical instruments, among others (elements easy to be transferred in and out of the stage).
48.2.3 MAKEUP: All Dance International grades the MAKEUP according to the performance and modality.
48.2.4 VISUAL AESTHETICS: All Dance International grades for VISUAL AESTHETICS the balance of the visual form as a whole.
All Dance International divides PERFORMANCE PROJECTION into 4 items: GESTUALITY (from 0.5 to 2.5 points), AUTHENTICITY OF THE CHARACTER (from 0.5 to 2.5 points), STRENGTH OF MOVEMENT (from 0.5 to 2.5 points) and INTERPRETATION (from 0.5 to 2.5 points), which added together will give a total of 10 points.
48.3.1 GESTUALITY: All Dance International grades GESTUALITY and facial expression.
48.3.2 AUTHENTICITY OF THE CHARACTER: All Dance International grades the interpretation and originality of the dancer or group in the different choreographic concepts.
48.3.3 FORCE OF MOVEMENT: All Dance International grades the intensity and energy of the dancer or group used in the choreography.
48.3.4 INTERPRETATION: All Dance International grades the expression of emotions, feelings and dedication in its staging.
All Dance International rates the PUBLIC REPLY and divides it into two items: PUBLIC CRITERIA (from 1 to 2 points) PUBLIC SUPPORT (from 1 to 3 points), which added together will give a total of 5 points.
48.4.1 PUBLIC CRITERIA.- All Dance International qualifies the respectful and adequate response of the public.
48.4.2 PUBLIC SUPPORT.- All Dance International rates public support to the performance.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or group that executes a different technique to which they signed up.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or group that registers in a division not according to their age or number of dancers.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or group who enrolls in the wrong level. For example, a professional at the student level, the organization reserves the right to receive evidence that deny the level registered up to 5 minutes after the performance.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or group that arrives late at the time established for its performance. All participants must always appear two hours before in dressing rooms in case the program is ahead of time.
All Dance International sanctions the dancer or group that makes any wrong or previous unjustified movement, requesting or not the repetition of the routine.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or group that uses elements that put the choreography, the surface of the stage or the safety of the participants at risk. For example: paints, powders, liquids, fire, talc, stones, helium bombs without weights, sharp implements, firearms (real or fictitious), among others.
In Live championships, lights (strobes or color changes) will be considered forbidden.
NOTE: Check with the organization for a list of forbidden items.
All Dance International deducts the excessive use of acrobatic and / or gymnastic elements according to the specifications in each modality. These elements are exercises of gymnastics, acrobats or contortionism (individual or group). Acrobatic elements performed in a group or by one or more dancers simultaneously, or the same element performed in canon, will be considered as a single exercise.
All Dance International deducts the use of makeup, clothing or footwear that are not according to its modality, division and level. In addition to putting the use of the stage at risk for the dancer and the other participants. For example: feathers, easily detachable elements of the wardrobe, among others. Take care of aesthetics according to age. In group choreographies, makeup, wardrobe or footwear will be counted as a single element. However, in case some dancers do not have the appropriate shoes, these will be deducted individually.
- The use of accessories (earrings, bracelets, necklaces) is allowed as part of the wardrobe.
- The use of masks is allowed while supporting the performance.
- For biosafety reasons, the use of masks, face masks and gloves will be allowed for the performance.
All Dance International deduces the dancer or dancers who poorly execute high-impact movements or highly complex technical elements:
- Toes and / or knees technical execution.
- Badly executed technical exercises.
- Acrobatics, gymnastic elements and poorly executed figures.
NOTE: For consecutive exercises, that is, without interruptions by other elements, it will be counted as a single element. For example: fouette.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or dancers who trip or fall during the performance of their choreographies.
- Trips: 0.5 points (slippage or recoverable failures)
- Falls: 1 point (non-recoverable slips or failures). For example: in case of classical ballet, falling off the toes.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or group that throws elements such as liquid, accessories, costumes or any object at the public.
NOTE: If you are thrown to the front of the stage and accidentally fall from it, it will be counted as a fault to the All Dance International Regulations. Each item will be counted individually.
All Dance International sanctions choreographies that present musical tracks containing offensive words, messages of violence or discrimination.
NOTE: Each time the word is repeated, it will be counted individually. If you have questions about the content of the music track, you can send it to your local All Dance International representative, who will review and report if it is suitable for the championship.
All Dance International deducts any inappropriate, insulting, vulgar or obscene movement that is not suitable for all audiences (family audiences). For example: suggestive or provocative movements, obscene or sexual advances.
All Dance International deducts accidents or falls of accessories or implements that are part of the costumes.
All Dance International deducts all unkempt costumes (loose laces, visible underwear, among others).
All Dance International sanctions the choreography that does not go according to age, both in history, performance and stage projection.
All Dance International deduces the dancer or dancers who make expressions of euphoria or screams at the beginning or end of their routine without being part of it (the name of the school, crew or group).
All Dance International deducts for leaving items, parts of clothing or objects on stage.
All Dance International does not allow the implementation of scenery in the championship area. However, it accepts elements of easy and fast mobility by the participants (not staff). In addition, said elements must contribute a minimum of 20% of the staging. Request approval with the organization.
All Dance International deduces if the group of fans supporting the choreography, do not have a respectful and adequate response.
All Dance International deduces the act of getting off or jumping off the stage during or at the end of the performance. In the case of group performances, the deduction will be for each dancer.
NOTE: Exiting or descending on the sides (where it is allowed) will not give any type of penalty.
All Dance International deducts the dancer or group that exceeds the time in its performance.
NOTE: For groups that request additional time, they will be judged based on the additional time requested.
The modality judge may deduct points for the following reasons:
- Sequences -5 FOR EACH TIME
- Choreographic designs -10 FOR EACH TIME
- Partial Choreographic Coincidence (Plagiarism) -10 EVERY TIME
- Choreographic Coincidence (Plagiarism) Total -30 points
NOTE: the organization reserves the right to receive evidence that refutes plagiarism up to 5 minutes after the performance.
All Dance International deducts the team or group each time it incurs a violation of the All Dance International Regulations that is not described in the aforementioned deduction criteria.
• The registration of the same dancer in more than one choreography that presents the same characteristics of participation is forbidden (He will not be able to compete against himself). If he commits the infraction, the second participation will be disqualified and the nomination of the academy for awards will be cancelled.
• Directors, choreographers and participants are forbidden from having contact with the jury during the development of the championship, except in the final awards.
• Directors or any member of the school are forbidden from accessing the stage before, during or after the participating choreography. They can do it exclusively at the time of their call for the award ceremony.
• Filming or photography with professional cameras is forbidden during the Championship.
• Choreographies that present more dancers than those officially registered will be disqualified and the nomination of the academy for special awards will be cancelled.
• The registration of a dancer in a choreography not according to his division and level is forbidden. If he commits the infraction, the nomination of the academy in awards will be canceled.
IMPORTANT: The number of participations will be unlimited and subject to availability of places in the championship.
ART. 51 RANKING ALL DANCERS
The All Dance International ranking states the position of the dancer in the world of dance.
- The All Dance Ranking will allow you to obtain the endorsement of your professional career within the organization.
- Schools, directors, choreographers and dancers will be registered in the All Dance International ranking for their individual and group achievements in the All Dance International Championships. The choreographies will be positioned at a national, world, intercontinental and continental level according to the modalities, divisions and levels of the All Dance International Organic Code.
- It will come into effect as of the September 2018 reform and will not be retroactive.
- Professional-level dancers and choreographers, who are within the top 30, may audition and be trained to be a Specialist Jury or All Dance Educator.
51.2 OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE
All Dance International accredits the official certification to the ranking of the current championship.
ART.52 POSITIONS BY SCORES OBTAINED
The winner is defined according to the All Dance International scoring range (1st, 2nd and 3rd Corybant). For this reason, it is necessary to achieve a minimum score to be an All Dance International Champion and in such a way, maintain the main award structure (from highest to lowest).
Applies in the event that the competition block is 1 to 3 performances. The positions obtained will be according to the rank scores. The highest score will be awarded.
52.2 SCORE RANGE
► 1st Corybant 80 – 100 points
► 2nd Corybant 65 – 79.9 points
► 3rd Corybant 50 – 64.9 points
ART.53 TIE RESOLUTION
In the event of a tie in your championship block, the tiebreaker will be defined by a majority of points in your total score from the modality judge. In case of having the same qualification in modality, the specific score will be verified in the following order: technical level, skill or complexity.