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Winner receives $1000
Dance Channel TV is an online media network dedicated to promoting, preserving, and supporting all forms of dance around the world. Our mission is to educate our viewers about the art form and to inspire, engage and connect them through the universal language of dance
Dance Channel TV Online Dance Competition and Contest of Choreographers will take place online. The contestants will be selected by the likes and comments of the online audience to be chosen as one of the top 10 in the following categories: Classical Variation, Pas De Deux Classical, Contemporary/Open Solo, Pas de Deux. The judges will select 1 winner, from the audience selected top 10, in the contest by Dance Channel TV!
Applications for participation in the competition are now available! Video Submissions must be received no later than June 30, 2020.
the Dance Competition that is voted by the people and the top 10 will get picked by judges.
You may be a talented and beautiful dancer but you may have limited resources or time to enter standard dance competitions. Time and resources should not hinder your opportunity for recognition.
If you have already performed and have a video of your competition piece, you can save money on privates, travel, and new costumes.
Here at Dance Channel TV Online Dance Competitions, viewers around the world will first, vote for their favorite top 10 dancers. Judges will then select a winner from each category to win scholarships and the 1st place award of $1,000.00 Also, there will be an audience award and judges award of additional prizes.
Entry fees start at $10 USD per person per category.
1st Video $10
2nd Videos $15
3nd Videos $20
4th Video $25
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Master Ballet Classes with top ballet instructors, choreographers, with the highest level of professionalism. Allowing dancers to strengthen their skills and increase their confidence in their craft. ( Because of COVID-19 we will keep you informed about these classes)
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In 1996 she graduated from the “Classical School” dance & t; in Moscow. From 1996 to 2008 she worked in the Moscow Theater of the classical choreographed.
I danced in all classical ballets, I also took Participation in the production of the ballet GREEN (Stanton Welsh 2000), solo parts performed by Nina Ananiashvili, Sergey Filin, Dmitry Belogolovtsev. In 2002 she graduated from the Institute of Contemporary Arts, specialty the teacher-choreographer, 2011 has passed improvement of professional skill in Academy Russian Ballet named after A.Ya. Vaganova under the program “Training in the younger classes and the preparatory process for teaching classical dance “, 2014 year – advanced training at the Russian Ballet Academy A.Ya.Vaganova under the program “Conservation and development of A.Ya. Vaganova, 2016 -2-year professional retraining in Moscow state Academy of choreography.
Since 2008 he works as a teacher at the “School of Classical Dance” G. Ledyakha. Behind These years Vasilieva Oksana has gained experience working with junior, middle and senior classes. Spent 3 state issues (graduation) examinations in 2012, 2014, 2016 years. The State Commission noted the high level of preparation of students.
She graduated from the ballet school in Almaty, she was invited by the ballet dancer to the Amaatinsky Opera and Ballet Theater. In 1990 she was invited as a leading ballerina to the Kremlin Ballet Theater. She staged several performances in the leading theaters of Moscow. She worked in California in ballet academies. San Jose, Carmel, Oakland, San Diego. She worked for the opening of the Opera and Ballet Theater in the city of Astrakhan and also opened a ballet school. Now she work as a visiting teacher in ballet companies. She give master classes. Total work experience from 1981 to the present day.
Aida Amirkhanian is a choreographer and performer in dance theatre. She graduated from the world renowned École Mudra in Brussels, Belgium under the direction of legendary choreographer Maurice Béjart, where she studied dance, theatre, music, improvisation and interdisciplinary composition. She has performed internationally with École Mudra and Béjart’s Ballet du XXème Siècle for several years including performances at the Covent Garden in London, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens and the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires among others.
In 1982, Aida moved to Australia where she continued her multidisciplinary career as a choreographer, performer and theatre director working in collaboration with many dance and theatre companies including the Human Veins Dance Theatre, the Canberra Dance Theatre, the Jigsaw Theatre Company and Women on a Shoestring Theatre Company in a variety of capacities.
Aida has been based and continues her artistic journey in Los Angeles and has been creating and performing new solo works as well as collaborating with various artists. She has also performed in Dance Kaleidoscope festival, Fountain Theatre’s Festival of Solos and Duets and Interplay Santa Barbara among others.
In 1999 Aida was invited by Aram Gharabekian, the music director of the National Chamber Orchestra of Armenia to collaborate on the project of Harutiun Dellalian’s Topophono. In 2006, she was invited to collaborate with Gharabekian again where she coreographed and performed Shchedrin’s Carmen, at the site of the 7th century cathedral of Zvartnots. In 2008 and again in 2009 she was invited to perform in Australia as part of the National Multicultural Festival in Canberra, Australia.
In 1991 Aida was the recipient of the Canberra Critics’ Circle Award for her creativity and artistic integrity as evidenced in her choreography and performance over a number of years and as exemplified in Mephisto Waltz.
In 1992 Aida completed her solo piece for which she became one of the five finalists for the Canberra Times Artist of the Year award. In 2004 Aida was nominated for the Horton Dance Awards in Los Angeles for outstanding solo performer.