Dance Habit has Talent!

We are excited to be running our second ever in-house choreography competition in 2019!

It is open to all Middle School (Prep to Year 12) students and will be held on Sunday 18 August (location and time TBC). Please encourage your child to enter as it will be loads of fun and a great confidence-building experience!

Students enter the competition as the choreographer for their dance. They can choose to choreograph on themselves or friends to create a solo, duo, trio or group entry.

All entry monies and admission donations go toward the running of the competition and the purchasing of ribbons and trophies.

Entries are NOW OPEN!!


Those who enter the competition may choreograph dances as solos, duos, trios or groups in any of the following genres:

A ballet dance without story or props, to a piece of classical music. Senior students attending Pointe classes may opt to dance en Pointe.

A classical ballet dance that tells a story through movement plus mime or acting.

Jazz technique to a variety of music from old to new incorporating isolations, turns, kicks, jumps and floor work. Includes ‘broadway’ or ‘musical theatre’ jazz.  Acro not permitted and dance only (no singing).

Hip Hop
Incorporates all styles of Hip Hop dance, including Break Dance. Acro permitted.

A bare foot dance exploring abstract and individual movement patterns. Seek to find freedom and release through movement – use of gravity and breath are important.

A style of dance distinguished by percussive footwork that marks out precise rhythmic patterns on the floor using tap shoes

All classes will be working on choreography skills in the last week of Term 2 and the studio will be open for bookings in the school holidays for student rehearsals.

Entry fees (payable by the Choreographer)
Solos: $10.00 each per entry
Duos, Trios & Groups: $12.00 per group

Tickets:      $5.00 per person
(competitors and children under 3 years free

Pictured below –  our 2018 competitors! 

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