2022 The 5th US Starlight Youth Talent Competition
American Dancer Association
J.I.A. International Group INC
Ballet, Modern, Classical, National, Tap, Gymnastics, Latin, HipHop, Fusion Dance
Toddler (4-8 years old):
Junior (9-12 years old)
Teenager (13-17 years old)
Adult (18-25 years old)
1st Round: Submit the Video (deadline: November 10th)
Competition Rules and Guidelines
1. Performance Time:
-3 minutes (1-3 contestants)
-5 minutes (4 or more)
2. The content of a contestant’s performance should advocate positive, meritorious, and healthy values; the organizing committee reserves the right to disqualify any performance that are religiously misleading or politically implicative.
3. For Fusion Dance, each dance must have a minimum of two different styles. Displaying vocabulary and choreography that showcases clear distinctions of each style included.
About The Competition
For all categories within each division, there would be 1 Champion, 2 Runner-up, 3 Second Runner-up, several Recognition Awards, and Judge Special Awards (each judge selects 1 contestant).
Judging And Notes
Your teacher and in-studio judge, Tyger-B has been around the world competing, Judging, and handling workshop for the last 15 years. Doing tours in countries like, Canada, Russia, China, Japan, South Africa, and more, Tyger-B is happy shine a light on each dancer he meets; and is looking forward to seeing your studio dancers soon.
Workshop Dance Style Options: HipHop, Dancehall, House, Salsa, Bachata Fusion, Floor Work, Popping, Locking, Improv.
As you register for the workshop. You will also see the option for Judging and Notes". This will be the selection to make if you're also looking for Tyger-B to view your competition dancers, and give them in-house notes. Judging competitions since 2012, Tyger-B has been a judicator for multiple competitions throughout Canada, Ukraine, Russia, China, and more. Tyger-B is look forward to enlightening your dancers hearts and minds on how to shine brighter on each stage they touch.
In-studio viewings are limited. To receive the in-studio viewing and notes, you must book a workshop, or have a max of five viewings.
In studio workshops are available up to the first weekend of December. Your schedule will be determined on remaining availability, and will likely be on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (with some Mondays available).
As you fill out the form below, you will have options between multiple styles for the workshop. If you're looking to have in-house judging and notes for your competitors, there's an option for a discount. All studio owners should note that in-house viewing of competitors are limited, and are required a different payment from the workshop. Each competitor that's it looking to partake in the in-house judging and notes, should be listed in your registration below with their name, style of dance, and age.
In-house viewings are limited to 10 minutes per viewing. Dancers should be prepared to possibly perform twice. Studio owners are encouraged to take notes as judging takes place. There is a max of 5 viewings per studio visit.
One Style, One Hour Fifteen Minutes Each
-Singular Class :
$350 - Up to 10 students
(every additional student will be $30)
-Two Classes :
$500 - Up to 10 students in each class
(every additional student will be $20, per class)
Judging And Viewing Pricing
-First Viewing : $35
-Three Viewings : $75
-Each Additional Viewing Past Three: $20
(Requirements for pieces, see in "Competition Rules and Guidelines" above.)
Please email me to check on available dates, as dates are frequently shifting and scheduled.
1st Round: Video Submission
(deadline: November 10th)
1st Round (Video Submissions)
$20 Per Person, Per Category
(includes individual and group dance)
Final Round / Nationals (In New York)
- Solo/ Duo/ Trio :
$85 per person
$75 per person
(4-10 people dance)
$65/per person (11people or more）
*If an individual performer enters two categories, they save $25. If they enter three or more categories, they save $50.
(1st round doesn't count）
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