2017 Encore DCS Pictures
As our studio grows and our dancers flourish, we are excited to welcome so many new faces to our Company.
New this year, we are offering 2 levels to our Junior B Company. This will give more of our dancers the opportunity to be part of company while training and experiencing competition at a level that's comparable to their individual abilities. Also new to the coming dance year, in order to offer more opportunities to our younger dancers, we will be holding a seperate Pre-Company audition in September for dancers 7-9 years old. An audition date and day/time of the class will be announced soon.
The following is our plan for competition and recital dances:
Individual dances from each Company will perform at competition in February. For those dancers who were part of a Company last year, you will also be performing with your past year's Company dance which did not already perform at competition. If your Company level has changed from last year or you are completely new to our Company, it will be at the descretion of the teachers to add any new members to a particular dance.
There will also be additional dances from recital that will be performed at competition in February as well. Again, it will be at the descretion of the teachers to add any new members to a particular dance. These dances will be announced at our first class in September.
Each Company will perform their own dance in our Recital Showcase. Additionally, Junior Company B-Level I & Level II will combine to perform a dance. And Junior A & Senior will combine to perform a dance. There will also be a third dance that will incorporate all levels of Terpsichore's Company. ( Dance Company, Hip-Hop Company & Pre-Company)
5, During the year, we expect to see positive attitudes, critique implementation & the start of technical growth. If the company teachers do not feel a dancer is able to keep up with the pace of her current company level, during the June audition, the dancer will be re-evaluated for consideration in another level or dropped the following year.
6. If a dancer is sick or injured for 3-4 consecutive weeks, the right is reserved for the teacher to not add this dancer into any new choreography that is being taught those weeks.
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