May
12
to May 14

American Dance Awards Regionals

American Dance Awards was founded in 1979 with the concept that competition would be an educational tool to inspire dancers and their teachers to be the best they could be. As we enter the thirty third season, our philosophy still remains the same. Competing at American Dance Awards is all about opportunities. From cash scholarships to special awards, the priceless critiques offered by our highly respected panel of judges, and the chance to perform with some of the most talented dancers in the USA and Canada. The emphasis isn’t on winning but personal gain. ADA encourages the dancers to meet dancers from other studios. Some remain friends for a lifetime. It’s about camaraderie, not the color of the ribbon. A great opportunity is “America’s Dancer of the Year” Competition. Open to all solo dancers free of charge. The winners in each city come together at the national competition to win the most prestigious dance title in the country. Dancers come year after year to experience the process and the learning experience it has become over the years. You can see many ADA national winners dancing professionally. American Dance Awards prides itself on a fair realistic scoring system. Each routine is adjudicated by three judges, plus one designated special awards judge who recognizes special qualities in the dancers. When all the medals and trophies have been distributed, studios return for the friendly, organized atmosphere. In the early days, we were one of only a few competitions; today we are one of many. High standards have kept us on top for many years. The quality and friendly service as well as a focus on education are what we are all about and those traits we look forward to continuing in the future.

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Apr
20
to Apr 23

Kids For Kids

  • North Haven High School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our 24th Annual KFK Dancing for life competition looks to be our best ever! Last year saw over 600 entries, raise over $106,000.00 for our 3 dozen plus benefactors. In our 24 years, KFK has now generated close to $1.5 Million in support of children in medical or financial need. Come experience what made KFK a 2015-16 Dance Studio Life Magazine, Generous Heart Award Winner, and don’t forget the CANOLIS!

NOTE: Depending on the number of entry applications, KFK may extend the competition to include Wednesday evening, April 19th.

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Mar
10
to Mar 12

American Dance Awards Regionals

  • Southern Connecticut State University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

American Dance Awards was founded in 1979 with the concept that competition would be an educational tool to inspire dancers and their teachers to be the best they could be. As we enter the thirty third season, our philosophy still remains the same. Competing at American Dance Awards is all about opportunities. From cash scholarships to special awards, the priceless critiques offered by our highly respected panel of judges, and the chance to perform with some of the most talented dancers in the USA and Canada. The emphasis isn’t on winning but personal gain. ADA encourages the dancers to meet dancers from other studios. Some remain friends for a lifetime. It’s about camaraderie, not the color of the ribbon. A great opportunity is “America’s Dancer of the Year” Competition. Open to all solo dancers free of charge. The winners in each city come together at the national competition to win the most prestigious dance title in the country. Dancers come year after year to experience the process and the learning experience it has become over the years. You can see many ADA national winners dancing professionally. American Dance Awards prides itself on a fair realistic scoring system. Each routine is adjudicated by three judges, plus one designated special awards judge who recognizes special qualities in the dancers. When all the medals and trophies have been distributed, studios return for the friendly, organized atmosphere. In the early days, we were one of only a few competitions; today we are one of many. High standards have kept us on top for many years. The quality and friendly service as well as a focus on education are what we are all about and those traits we look forward to continuing in the future.

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Feb
3
to Feb 5

Starbound Regional (Optional)

  • West Springfield Middle School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Competition Name: Starbound regional
City:Springfield
Type:
Regional
State / Province:MA

Country:United States (USA)

Start Date:2/3/2017
End Date:2/5/2017

Venue: West Springfield Middle School

City:Springfield

State/Province:MA

Zip/Postal Code:01089

Country:United States (USA)

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Dance Intensive
Aug
15
to Aug 19

Dance Intensive

  • 3 Industrial Road Southwick, MA, 01077 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Dance Intensive 2016


August 15th - 19th
3:00 - 5:00 pm - Mini/Petite Classes [$150.00]
4:00- 8:00 pm - Jr. Classes [$275.00]
5:00 - 9:00 pm - Elite Classes [$275.00]


This is a requirement for competition students. The tuition must be paid by August 8th for each student or there will be a $35.00 late fee for each student.

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American Dance Awards - Nationals
Jul
10
to Jul 16

American Dance Awards - Nationals

  • Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

THIRTY-SEVEN years of producing the largest and most respected National Championships is the key. It is one of the original Performing Arts Competition in the country. Gloria Jean and the dedicated ADA staff offer a keen understanding of what school owners, dancers and their parents are looking for! The ADA focus is on bringing the finest dancers from the USA and Canada together to share the art of dance. The caliber of talent with in the competitions has inspired hundreds of thousands of dancers and teachers for the past 37 years! The organization is unparalleled! Schools, dancers and their parents can always expect a professional production; on time scheduling, quality sound systems, staging, lighting and a staff that goes out of their way to please. ADA has always set the standard.

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