The members of the jury will cast a very critical eye on that particular aspect of your dance that’s called ‘technique’ and they do expect a flawless execution. Continue reading “Jury criterium: technique”
Composition is the way your choreography is structured in time and space. Composing the spatial elements of a dance is like drawing a plan for a building. What does the facade look like, and the sides and the back of your house? Continue reading “Jury criterium: composition”
Your performance starts while you are waiting in the wings and ends when you have left the stage. As soon as you enter the room the jury starts judging you and your entrance is the very first impression it gets, so make sure to make it count. Continue reading “Jury criterium: image”
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Is the public (and the jury) having a good time, are they happy and enthousiastic, awe-inspired or moved to tears? Or are they bored stiff? Continue reading “Jury criterium: show”
When you are participating in a contest, it’s worth knowing which criteria the judges use.
Today we will inform you in general about these criteria. In the upcoming newsletters and blogs we will zoom in at each part. Continue reading “The jury – criteria”
How does the judging process work at the Dutch and Benelux Belly Dance Championships? The many questions that the organization receives have shown that many people wonder how judging works. That is why we talk about this in this article. Continue reading “The jury – procedure”