team canada dance west (BC/AB)

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Commonwealth Dance Cup (CCDC) & 2020 NAWDC

Any dance studio or troupe wishing to compete at the 2020 IDO World Dance Challenge and Conference in Monterrey, Mexico (July) or at the 2021 Commonwealth Cup Dance Championships (CCDC) in Melbourne, Australia, are asked to email bonnie@cdo-online.org for more details.

team canada central (MB/SK)

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AUDITIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Please check back for any 2021 audition dates


**Please note that you are allowed to join either a West or East team if you can get to rehearsals!


VIDEO SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED FOR SK, AB AND NORTHERN ONT DANCERS WISHING TO AUDITION BUT ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND

*EXCEPTION

If there are any HIP HOP/BREAK/ELECTRIC BOOGIE CREWS or STREETDANCE SHOW groups wanting to compete at either the World Championships in Europe or the Commonwealth Cup, please email canadaworlddance@gmail.com and send us a video for your consideration.

Commonwealth Cup (CCDC) & NAWDC

Any dance studio or troupe wising to compete in the 2019 Commonwealth Cup Dance Championships (CCDC) in Sun City, South Africa,  or the 2020 North America World Dance Challenge (NAWDC) heading to Monterrey, Mexico, are asked to contact bonnie@cdo-online.org for more details.

TEAM CANADA EAST

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QB and MARITIMES

At this time, there is no team out of these provinces.  Please see Ontario


*EXCEPTION

If there are any HIP HOP/BREAK/ELECTRIC BOOGIE CREWS or STREETDANCE SHOW groups wanting to compete at either the World Championships in Europe or the Commonwealth Cup, please email canadaworlddance@gmail.com and send us a video for your consideration. 

Commonwealth Cup (CCDC) & NAWDC

Any dance studio or troupe wishing to compete at the 2020 IDO World Dance Challenge and Conference in Monterrey, Mexico (July) or at the 2021 Commonwealth Cup Dance Championships (CCDC) in Melbourne, Australia, are asked to email bonnie@cdo-online.org for more details.

MORE INFORMATION

Rules for Defending Titles

Rules for Defending Titles

Rules for Defending Titles

As per IDO, the rules for defending titles are as follows:


Defending Champion

  1. A soloist who wins a World Championship title is entitled to defend that championship title, in the same discipline, the following year. If their age range changes they may defend the title in the next higher age division.
  2. A duo or couple who wins a World Championship title is entitled to defend that championship title, in the same discipline the following year. If one or more of the duo’s age range changes, they may defend the title in the next higher age range.
  3. In the case of groups and formations, it is the team name that defends the title. The dancers in the group and formation may change but they must all be within the rule regarding age. A group or formation cannot advance to the next age level when defending a championship title.

GOLD WINNERS

Rules for Defending Titles

Rules for Defending Titles

Here is the list of GOLD WINNERS who are qualified to DEFEND THEIR TITLE at the 2019 IDO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS


Aidan Reelis (Showdance Solo)

The Mandarin (Children Showdance Formation)

Victoria Elia & Leon Shvaitser (Adult Ballet Duo)

Winter Tapestry  (Junior Ballet Group)

Raymonda Fantasie  (Adult Ballet Group)

Rodeo  (Children Ballet Formation)

Overture Brilliante  (Junior Ballet Formation)

At The Pier  (Adult Ballet Formation)

Fashionista  (Children Jazz Group)

La La Land  (Junior Jazz Formation)

Michael Glenney  (Battle of the Feet)



*for the groups that qualified, we are inviting the team members back to defend their titles if they wish.  The dancers worked so hard for that privilege and we want them to reap the benefits.




BALLET, JAZZ, MODERN TEAM AND SHOWDANCE TEAM

BALLET, JAZZ, MODERN TEAM AND SHOWDANCE TEAM

BALLET, JAZZ, MODERN TEAM AND SHOWDANCE TEAM

***Thank you to all the dancers who participated in the 2018 World Championships in Ballet, Jazz & Modern/Contemporary Championships, and the 2018 World Showdance Championships!  You represented Canada well!


Although we won't be doing auditions for an Ontario team this year, those of you that won GOLD in any solo, duo, small group or formation - are able to return to Poland to defend you title as per IDO rules!  Those of you that won a GOLD have earned Canada the opportunity to take you in addition to our West teams!  This is very exciting news!  


If you are interested in representing Canada once again on this GOLD WINNING TEAM, please let us know as soon as possible and start fundraising!  For more information, email bonnie@cdo-online.org



VIDEO SUBMISSIONS

BALLET, JAZZ, MODERN TEAM AND SHOWDANCE TEAM

BALLET, JAZZ, MODERN TEAM AND SHOWDANCE TEAM

Audition Video Requirements

Time limit:  Between 1:00-2:30 mins 

Please send us a video of your competition solo.  If you don't have a solo, please send us a video or a choreographed routine of your choice.  Choose music that suits you best, we aren't looking for a specific style.  The objective is for us to see how you perform something choreographed.  No formal costume required.

You will still need to E-transfer your audition fee.


How To Submit:

1)  Upload a video using our registration portal.  

2)  Email us a link to your YouTube or Vimeo.  If there are any passwords associated, please include them as well.  Email you link to canadaworlddance@gmail.com and include the following:

Name:

DOB:

Age (as of Dec.31/19):

Contact Address:

Contact Email:

Contact Phone