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2019 HIGHLAND DANCE
CATALOGUE OF EVENTS
READ - “Rules of the Eisteddfod”
DATE - Saturday 3 August 2019
TIME - 9.30 am
VENUE - Albury Entertainment Centre, Upstairs Theatrette
AGE - As at the date of competition
ADJUDICATOR - Trish Ghirardello
ENQUIRIES - Deanne Burr firstname.lastname@example.org
ENTRY FEE - $ 7.00 per dance, $15.00 Workshop
CLOSING DATE - Wednesday 17 July 2019 NO late entries
PRIZES AND SPECIAL AWARDS
Primary, Beginners Novice and Intermediate - Medals/Ribbons
Premier - Choice of medals or cash
Pre-Premier-Dancer of the Day - Cash prize
Pre-Premier-Judge’s Choice - Cash prize
Premier Dancer of the Day - Cash prize
Premier Judge’s Choice - Cash prize
Trophies donated by: Miss Parry’s School of Dance and BJ Burtons Trophies
HIGHLAND DANCE RULES
1. Registered Highland Comp. Number: NSW 16/2019
2. Conducted under the rules and conditions of the S.O.B.H.D. –A.B.H.D.I.
3. STEPS: Fling 4; Sword 2+1; Seann Truibhas 3+1;
Lesser known and National Dances 4 steps Irish Jig 3 & 1 Finishing Step
4. Registration Number - All performers must quote registration number on entry forms.
5. Entrants dance at their own risk.
6. Registration cards are to be presented.
7. Amalgamation of age groups will be at the discretion of competition organisers and subject to entries received.
HIGHLAND DANCE WORKSHOP
Our Adjudicator, Ms Trish Ghiradello will be providing a workshop at the conclusion of our competition. The workshop will be provided for a nominal fee based on number of dancers and needs of participants. (Approx $15.00). The workshop will be individualised based on the needs and requests of the dancers. Dance/active wear to be worn. Workshop entries will be accepted by email email@example.com and payment to be made on the day.
182. Small Group 3-5 dancers
a. A group choreography competition is open to registered dancers, the age groups to be set by the organiser.
b. Content should consist primarily of movements from Highland, National, Hornpipe, and Jig books.
c. Maximum five (5) minutes time limit - to include entrance and exit of competitors and setting up and removal of props.
d. Teams may use props during their performance, either static or non-static, but live animals are not permitted.
e. A minimum of three (3) and a maximum of five (5) dancers.
f. Music may be live or pre-recorded and may include vocal or percussion selections, but must be predominantly Scottish or Celtic in style.
g. Music may be provided by the competition organiser.
h. Costumes must follow the theme and content.
i. No separate prizes for costumes etc.
j. Teams should consist of: (a) One (1) school only; (b) more than one (1) school, in which case, the teacher/choreographer must abide by the three (3) month teaching/judging rule.
Entries will be taken via email firstname.lastname@example.org or with payment on the day.
HIGHLAND DANCE SECTION NUMBERS
150. Highland Fling
151. Sword Dance
152. 16 pas de Basques
153. Pas de Basques & Highcuts
154. Highland Fling
155. Sword Dance
156. Seann Truibhas
157. Scottish Lilt
158. Flora McDonalds Fancy
159. Highland Fling Trophy Dance
160. Highland Fling
161. Sword Dance
162. Seann Truibhas
163. Scottish Lilt
164. Flora McDonalds Fancy
165. Highland Fling Trophy Dance
166. Highland Fling
167. Sword Dance
168. Seann Truibhas
169. Highland Laddie
170. Scottish Lilt
171. Flora McDonald Fancy Trophy Dance
172. Irish Jig
173. Sailor’s Hornpipe
174. Highland Fling
175. Sword Dance
176. Seann Truibhas
177. Highland Laddie
178. Blue Bonnets over the Border
179. Scotch Measure
180. Irish Jig Trophy Dance
181. Sailor's Hornpipe