Tickets will be $10 for general admission available at the door
The UVU Dancesport Classic and UVU Dancesport Festival are local competitions. Dancers in each level will have an opportunity to compete with dancers at their same level. We offer preteen, junior, youth syllabus events for dancers to improve their technique. The competitions features pre-teen, junior, and youth open events. For Latin, Ballroom, and Smooth, we offer novice, pre-championship and amateur events.
The competitive categories offered in the UVU Dancesport Classic and UVU Dancesport Festival competitions will allow beginning, intermediate, and advanced dancers an opportunity to compete among some of the best amateur ballroom dancers in America.
The events also hold formation team competition in preteen, junior, and youth in the Latin, Ballroom, and Show division
Utah Valley University and Pleasant Grove High School are teaming up to present the 2016 UVU Dancesport Festival. The Festival will be located at Pleasant Grove High School, 700 E. 200 S. in Pleasant Grove. We are excited to be working with PGHS, and to hold this event in their fantastic venue.
Parking is available on the west side of the school next to the football field.
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Women entered in all syllabus events must dress as listed below.
Men entered in all syllabus events must dress as listed below.
Below are the costume specifications for all amateur costumed events. No entry will be considered fully accepted without final costume approval. All Junior, Youth & Adult Amateur costumes of competitors in Utah should be approved by Sharon Holman (801) 623-2911 (Mobile) one week prior to the competition. All competitors must be approved no later than one hour before their event.
Pre-Teens must dress according to NDCA Regulations as listed below.
Utah Valley University would like to invite you and your students to spend Friday, November 11, 2016 discovering the vast array of dance and dance education opportunities our program has to offer. UVU Department of Dance is proud of our 4 baccalaureate degrees in dance: (1) BFA in Dance, Modern emphasis, (2) BFA in Dance, Ballet emphasis, (3) BS in Dance Education and (4) BS in Dance, Ballroom emphasis. Additionally, we offer the two-year AS in Dance. The focus of the workshop this year will be to reflect the merging of the disciplines through our workshop class offerings. Our program is at the cutting edge of Baccalaureate education in that we have a combined core program for all dance majors. The Department of Dance at UVU is growing in rigor and esteem and is proud to have been selected as one of 31 schools nationwide to perform at the National American College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC this past summer. We are excited to introduce your students to what UVU has to offer, as well as provide an engaging way for your students to experience the many dance opportunities at UVU.
During the workshop, your students will have the chance to take classes, meet the faculty, see an informal showing featuring many of the performing groups at UVU, and participate in a discussion with Department Chair, Doris Hudson de Trujillo.
In order to introduce students to the four degrees offered at UVU and accommodate the large numbers that the workshop attracts, your students will be guaranteed a space in their choice of one of the following classes: Modern, Ballet or Ballroom, these classes will occur throughout the day. The other class will be randomly assigned; it is our hope that this will allow your students to gain instruction in their area of interest as well as experience in another dance form. We will make sure that no dancer is alone in an assigned class without some members of their school.
The UVU School of the Arts has transitioned to an online registration format for all workshops. The link below will take you to a site that has this welcome letter and instructions for making a reservation as well as a schedule for the day. It is our hope that the online registration will make life easier. Please contact me with any questions and thank you in advance for your patience as we negotiate this process.
The workshop is designed to give your students an experience that will communicate the great excitement we have for our department and our firm conviction that Utah Valley University is going to be the place for your students to continue their dance education and build on the foundation you have provided for them. The faculty at Utah Valley University hopes to see you and your students at our High School Workshop. We believe that you will find the workshop of benefit to your dance students, especially those contemplating a future in dance.
As part of our efforts to address feedback, we will be handling registration online. Teachers may register and pay for the entire group coming from a school or have students register and pay individually. The following procedure will allow us to make appropriate room assignments:
|8:00 - 8:40||Registration - Meet in front of PE 152 to pick up name tags and folders, then enjoy the time before Orientation visiting our new facilities, seeing videos of our Pre-Professional Dance companies and talking to UVU student dancers.|
|8:40 - 9:00||Orientation in PE 152. We will introduce faculty, explain how to “read” the name tag with class designations and break up into groups to go to our first class.|
|9:00 - 10:30||Group A sees concert in PE 152
Group B and C take Class 1
|10:45 - 12:15||Group B sees concert in PE 152
Group A and C take Class 2
|12:15 - 1:00||Lunch and discussion with Chair Doris Trujillo|
|1:15 - 2:15||Group C sees concert in PE 152
Group A and B take Class 3
|2:15||Take buses back to school|