UPDATES COMING SOON
** YOU MUST HAVE A VALID PASSPORT THAT DOES NOT EXPIRE WITHIN 6 MONTHS OF TRAVEL DATES.
I cannot stress this point enough. Numerous past participants have tried to travel with either a passport that will expire within the 6 months, or already expired! These dancers/parents were turned away at the airport. Don't let this happen to you! This is YOUR responsibility, not ours or the airline booking our tickets. We try to remind people to renew passports but we cannot do it for you. You will have to buy another airline ticket if you fail to get on with the rest of the team.
The International Dance Organization (IDO), is a World Dance- and Dancesport Federation with a membership of OVER 90 NATIONS, representing more than 250,000 DANCERS, from SIX CONTINENTS.
Do you want to DANCE WITH THE BEST, and participate in the manyCHAMPIONSHIP AND WORLD CUP EVENTS? Team Canada Dance will bring you there!
Rawa Mazowiecka (60 km from Warsaw) is pleased to hold the Danceweek Poland Ballet and Jazz Championships and Modern and Contemporary Championships.
WHAT IT DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Parents have the option to make their own travel arrangements and travel on their own, however, dancers must travel with the team for flight and hotel. Please see TRAVEL OPTIONS section below.
WHAT IT DOES NOT INCLUDE:
*admission to each World Championships is set by the organizer of that Championship. Admission cost will be available at a later date when it is released. We do not have any control over this.
PAYMENT SCHEDULE: You may make a full payment or divide by instalments
*can be separate or combined with dancer payments
TEAM DEPOSIT: Once accepted to the team, we require a $200 deposit to secure your position. Please pay through our REGISTRATION PORTAL (subject to a 1% service fee) or make arrangements for an E-transfer.
WAYS TO PAY:
We will post the link to LIVESTREAM here once it is available
(usually day of competition or night before).
Please note that they do charge for livestream. For a 10 day access, it costs roughly $50 CAD.
In the third act of "Swan Lake", the Black Swan pulls off a seemingly endless series of turns, bobbing up and down on one pointed foot and spinning around and around and around ... thirty-two times. How is this move — which is called a fouetté — even possible? Arleen Sugano unravels the physics of this famous ballet move. Lesson by Arlene Sugano, animation by Dancing Line Productions.
Take a look at the exclusive report from the competition in the Polish town Rawa Mazowietska and the IDO GALA WORLD EVENT where they celebrated the memory of the recently deceased Mr. William Fowler Jr., the founder and Honorary President of the International Dance Association IDO.
PLEASE SEE FINANCIAL COMMITMENT FORM FOR AMOUNT DUE.
**THERE IS A 3% SURCHARGE FOR USING PAYPAL - SORRY, WE CANNOT CHANGE THAT.