International Dance Competition Hellas

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A Classical Ballet & Contemporary Dance Competition
for
Professional Dance companies
Professional Dancers
Amateur Dance companies
Amateur Dancers
Professional and Amateur Dance Schools
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ABOUT THE COMPETITION



The competition has been taking place every year, since 2001 and has become an institution.

Mrs Katerina Pavlaki is the founder, organizer and director of this important dance event, which has become a reference point for many dancers and is the well known for her activities as dancer, teacher and choreographer.

The great accomplishment of the competition is that each year the festival continuously increases interest in participation with dancers from all over the world, as well as a higher level of the participants. The competition aims to unify Professional and Amateur dancers from all over the world, through a contest of talent and technique, in order to exchange ideas and experiences. The competition seeks to offer dancers the best possible reward and recognition. By offering awards and scholarships to the distinguished dancers, serves as a motivation for furthering their professional career.


RULES & REGISTRATION PROCEDURE


Attention Friends this is a “Clarification Announcement”


“International Dance Competition Hellas” has been established for 18teen years and has nothing to do with other dance competitions using the word “Hellas” (Greece) in their title!
Mrs Katerina Pavlaki the director and main sponsor of the competition, doesn’t own a Ballet School and dancers of hers never take part in the competition!
We don't publish or send the rules or the registration procedure, without being asked for them!
We don't announce the members of the Judging Committee before the 1st day of the competition!
We don't announce the Awards that are about to be given to the winners, at the Gala of the Winners performance!
Finally IDCH is not a regular dance competition! Is a dance event which every year raises the standards

 
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