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New England Malayalee Association, Boston USA

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DRISHYA® 2017 :: Solo classical Dance Competition Classifications and Rules
DRISHYA® 2017 :: Solo classical Dance Competition Classifications and Rules
DRISHYA® 2017 :: Solo classical Dance Competition Classifications and Rules

 

New England Malayalee Association

DRISHYA® 2017 – Annual Talent Show and Competitions

Solo classical Dance Competition Classifications and Rules

 

Categories(Solo Classical Dance)

 

1. Adult  (18 years or older)

2. Youth  (14 to 17 years)

3. Junior (11 years to 13 years)

4. Sub-Junior (8 years to 10 years)

Performance Time

  1. The performance must be between 5 to 8 minutes for adult, youth and junior categories.
  2. The performance must be between 3 to 5 minutes for Sub-Junior category.
  3. The performance can be in any Indian classical dance genre (bharatanatyam, kuchipudi, mohiniyattom, odisi etc)

  Rules

  1. An individual may only perform once in a single competitive category.
  2. Individuals may perform in a classical and non-classical group and solo competitive category.
  3.  Not anywhere in the audio of the song or announcement, the names of the participant or choreographer should be mentioned.
  4. Participants must be within the age range as of January 1, 2017.
  5. Any segment with no more than one entry will be cancelled. The participant can opt to compete in a higher age category if possible.
  6. If there are too many entries in any category NEMA reserves the right to conduct a semi-final round.
  7. NEMA reserves the right to request proof of age, to verify the age of the participant if needed.
  8. No prompting/coaching from outside of the stage is allowed. The item will be immediately disqualified if it comes to notice.
  9. The song should be sent to drishya@nemausa.org in mp3 format when requested. This will be strictly enforced and failing to do so will disqualify the item.
  10. Any song exceeding the maximum allotted time will be shortened to the maximum time.
  11. No alta is allowed in the auditorium or green room premises. Please apply if needed from home. 
  12. Judges decisions are final. Participants are not to contact the judges to get the feedback on the performances.

 

  Judging

The scoring is as follows:

   Performance 45 points
   Presentation 40 points
   Costume/makeup 15 points

 

Definitions of Judging Format

  1. Performance (45 % of total score)
    1. Nritta ,Natya  ,Nritya  of the dance and how it is performed based on the item chosen
  2. Costume/Makeup: (15 % of total score)
    1. Appropriateness to dance style
    2. Accessories/jewellery
    3. Makeup and head-dressing
  3. Presentation: (40 % of total score)
    1. Synergy/connection between music and dance
    2. Quality of improvisation
    3. Recovery from mistakes
    4. Projection to audience; feeling/look of enjoyment
    5. Stage coverage and presence

 Penalty

If the participant is not ready to perform when his/her number is called, a penalty of 5 points will be applied to  score

Prizes

The winners are chosen as follows:

  1. If only one participant is registered for a category, no competition will be held and they can choose to compete in a higher age category.
  2. For a category with two or more participants, a first place winner is declared.
  3. For a category with three or more participants, a first place and second place winners are declared.
  4. For a category with five or more participants, a first place, second place and third place winners are declared.

**Judges’ decisions are final**

Winners: The first prize winners are given an opportunity to perform during Drishya Finale.

Participant Certificates will be awarded to all participants on the day of the event.

Trophies/Medals and winner certificates will be awarded to all winners on the day of the event

Questions and concerns:  drishya@nemausa.org

 

 

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