Maryland Council for Dance Festival
Friday, October 25, 2013 at 4:30 PM - Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
Ellicott City, MD
Co-hosted by Centennial High School Dance Program, Ellicott City, MD
Applicants must be Age 9 to register for festival. While non-members of the MD Council for Dance are welcome to attend, the fees are discounted for members, plus you reap other benefits of membership; so you are encouraged to become a member before you register for the festival. Registration Forms are processed in the order they are received. Walk-in registration will be accepted on a space-available basis only. REGISTER EARLY to get your first choice of classes since class size is limited. To become a member please visit the link at: https://mdcouncilfordancemembership.eventbrite.com
Teachers who register 8 or more students from the same studio will be eligible for a FREE FESTIVAL REGISTRATION. Once all of your students registrations have been submitted and before you register yourself, please email email@example.com and you will receive your FREE PROMOTIONAL CODE to register.
with Master Faculty teaching Master Classes & Workshops in:
Ballet, Modern, Tap, Jazz, Broadway Dance, Contemprorary, Pointe, Variations, Improvisation, African, Hip Hop, Bollywood, Irish Step Dance, Yoga, Floor Barre, Jumps/Tricks/Turns, and more!
Lectures & Discussions:
Business to Business
Injury Prevention for Dancers
Working with Tots & Preschoolers
Showcase of Maryland Choreography
Auditions for the Annual Dance Scholarship Awards
Professional Artists’ Concert
FESTIVAL HOTLINE: 443/480-8975
Pre-registration is advised, but walk-ins are welcome.
When & Where
Maryland Council For Dance
The Maryland Council for Dance is a non-profit educational and service corporation serving Maryland and surrounding areas since 1973 and supported by membership fees and grants from the Maryland State Arts Council, Capezio Ballet Makers Dance Foundation, Inc., and corporate and private donors.
The Maryland Council for Dance, Inc. works to promote, encourage, and amplify the growth of dance as a major art form in our state and surrounding areas by bringing together all areas of dance & the public to learn, experience, perform, and enjoy dance. Since 1973 the Council has hosted 40 State Dance Festivals, workshops, scholarship auditions, performances, and a number of other activities and has worked to promote all forms of dance throughout the State.
Please join us as a member to support dance in the State of Maryland.