LDA Performance courses for the Sydney Latin Festival
What is the Sydney Latin Festival?
Sydney Latin Festival (SLF)
Australian biggest and most prestigious Latin Dance event that annually brings over 6,500 people from worldwide and Australia for a weekend of workshops, shows and parties with top international Latin performers, simply unmissable.
When and where is the SLF?
LDA Performance Courses start on Thursday 3rd November 2016 and the event (SLF) happens from Friday 27th Jan to Sunday 29th Jan 2017.
(There is two week break during Xmas and New Year Eve - From 21st Dec 16 till 3rd Jan 17)
Courses are held at Latin Dance Australia
The event location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sports Centre, Homebush
Why should you be part of this event?
1) Fast track and Improve your dancing skill.
The Performer Program class requires teamwork, dedication, patience and effort from all involved. During the classes, the students will receive intense group and personal attention from the instructors to ensure that they focus on specific areas requiring improvement. Important skills will be taught in a more detailed fashion. These includes:
Posture - Stage Projection – Expression – Balance – Sharpness - Memorization & Lines
This is a great chance for you to improve your dance style and technique dramatically, whilst also learning essential performance skills, designed to make you stand out whether on the stage or on the dance floor.
2) Have the opportunity to perform to your friends, family and in other future events as: LDA Parties, Latin Clubs, plus numerous other opportunities.
3) Make new friends and socialize not only on the dancefloor but also in all the fun out of the studio.
How to be part of this event?
A student may choose to perform in as much choreographies as they wish in accordance to their level and availability. All you have to do is to make the difficult choice of selecting the choreography(ies) you would like to be part of from the timetable below.
Styles: Salsa, Samba, Bachata, Reggaeton and others
Each of the 'Performance classes' will run as 15 hours courses, once a week with duration of 1.5 hour each until the students are ready to perform. Should the Performer Program take more than the stated classes to master, a fee per class will apply thereafter for subsequent classes.
How to enrol?
1) Choose which choreography(ies) you would like to be part of: (Note: some choreographies will be the same as performed at the LDA Ball 2016- with few improvements and changes)