EU majorettes' championship

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INTERNATIONAL JUDGING EXAM

Zagreb, 15th March, 2017

INTERNATIONAL JUDGING EXAM

Place: Jastrebarsko (18 km from Zagreb), Zrinsko Frankopanska 13, Croatia
Date: 8th - 9th April, 2017
Coming time: Saturday 8th March till 9.00 hours
Language: English
Fee: 30 EUR
Lodging: if you need lodging (put it in registration form) you will be contacted by local organizer
Materials: Rulebook and other material for seminar and exam will be sent after deadline on 31st March

Fee and lodging: paid on first day in hotel

Deadline for registration: 30th March 2017


REGISTRATION FORM FOR INTERNATIONAL JUDGING SEMINAR AND EXAM
you have to sent this form for each participant separately till 30th March, 2017
to ema_european_majorettes@yahoo.com or fax 00385-1-34-65-886

If you did not get Registration form please contact EMA office ASAP.


Program of the seminar:

1st class
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 HISTORY OF THE MAJORETTE DANCE AND INTRODUCTORY CLASS
1.1.1. Beginning of the majorette dance from 18th century till 1999
1.1.2. Similar dancing forms (twirling-baton, cheer-leaders, drum-majorettes)
1.1.3. EMA history (1999-2011)

1.2. THEORY OF MAJORETTES’ DANCE
1.2.1. Definition of the majorette and elements of majorettes’ dance
1.2.2. Difference between stage choreography and parade march, with practical use
1.2.3. Difference between NBTA program and majorettes, and sports’ twirl and majorettes

2nd class
2. STATUTORY AND BASIC DEFINITION RULES IMPORTANT FOR JUDGES
2.1. STATUTE AND GENERAL REGULATIONS
2.1.1. Statutory rules in judging
2.1.2. Rulebook competence
2.1.3. Common rules and precedents
2.1.4. Technical board
2.1.5. Judges
- time kipper
- judges wrights (fee, judging on national and international level)
2.1.6. Judges obligation before competition
- coming time and preparation of the competition
- judging lists and computer system
- inspection of the arena, parade march route, stage, audio-system, judging room, data imputing, and other conditions relevant for competition (2.4.2.)
- check of the official lists and age category
- briefing with group heads (2.4.4.)
- bulleting (2.4.4. i 2.4.5.)
2.1.6. Delegate

3rd class
2.2. TYPES AND ORGANIZATION OF CHAMPIONSHIP
2.2.1. EMC
2.2.2. Competitors
2.2.3. Organizer obligation
2.2.4. Competition program
- redy for performance – deadline
2.2.5. Orchestra

3. FORMAL RULES
3.1. FORMS, DISCIPLINES AND CATEGORIES
3.1.1. Forms
- mace majorettes
3.1.2. Disciplines
3.1.3. Categories

4th class
3.2. FORMAL RULES IN JUDGING
3.2.1. Number of majorettes in formation and sex of the majorettes
3.2.2. Age classes
3.2.3. Costumes (uniforms)

5th class
4. BASIC RULES FOR COMPETITION
4.1. COMMON RULES OF PERFORMANCE AND JUDGING
4.1.1. Synchronization
4.1.2. Rhythm consistence
4.1.3. Props technique
4.1.4. Marching
4.1.5. Entire choreography
4.1.6. Acrobatic figures

6th class
4.1.7. Music
- definition of the music in majorettes’ dance
- forbidden music
- play back vs. orchestra
- singing in composition
4.1.8. Vis major
4.1.9. Other common rules
- repetition
- outside arena
- prevent spectators

7th class
4.2. PARADE MARCH
4.2.1. Definition
4.2.2. Route
4.2.3. Time limit
4.2.4. Graded elements

4.3. STAGE CHOREOGRAPHY
4.3.1. Discipline definition
4.3.2. Arena (stage)
4.3.3. Position of the judges
4.3.4. Time limit
4.3.5. Coming and leaving in/from stage
4.3.6. Graded elements

8th class
4.4. NONFORMATION
4.4.1. Discipline definition
4.4.2. Specifics

5. SYSTEM OF JUDGING
5.1. GRADING
5.1.1. Basic grading
5.1.2. Artistic impression
- 0-9 BED TEAMS
# 0-4 Very bad teams
# 5-9 Bed teams
- 10-19 AVERAGE TEAMS
# 10-14 lower average teams
# 15-20 upper average teams
- 20-29 GOOD TEAMS
# 20-24 very good teams
# 25-29 excellent teams
- 30 PERFECT TEAMS
5.1.3. Technical data

9th class
5.1.4. Baton and mace technique
5.1.5. Pom-pom technique

10th class
5.1.6. General impression
- 0-1 extremely bad by all criteria
- 2-3 bad by all criteria
- 4-5 average, or some of criteria are good but some are bad
- 6-7 good teams with all criteria are good, but non of those are very good
- 8-9 excellent but some of criteria are not excellent
- 10 perfect by all criteria
5.1.7. Positive pointes for synchronization

5.2. PENALIZATION
5.2.1. Negative points

11th class
5.2.2. Disqualification

6. RANKING AND PROTEST
6.1. RANKING
6.1.1. Data processing
6.1.2. Skating
6.1.3. Ranking list and proclamation of results
6.2. PROTEST


12th class
SKATING PRACTICE

7.2. PRACTICAL ADVICES – questions about test

Time for preparation for exam 10.30 – 12.00

WRITTEN EXAM 12.00 – 13.00
VERBAL EXAM 14.30 – 16.00
RESULTS AND PROCLAMATION 16.00 – 16.30


Alen Šćuric
president

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Representatives in EMA:


  • Austria
    Antonio Parancin

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    - Marija Topić Ramljak, SMBIH

    Bulgaria
    - Denitsa Valentinova Damianova

    Croatia
    - Mateja Baltorinić, HMS

    Czech Republic
    - Miluše Vápeníková, CMTO

    France
    - Patrick Goussard, AMF

    Hungary
    - Tibor Tandi

    Italy
    - Roberta Reri

    Macedonia
    - Zoran Strezovski

    Montenegro
    - Ljiljana Porobić, MMA

    Romania
    - Mihai Ludovic Kiss phD, AMR

    Serbia
    - Adam Vidaković, SMS

    Slovakia
    - Katarina Babušikova

    Slovenia
    - Aleš Breznikar, MZS

    United Kingdom
    - Eileen Chesire, UKMF


    president:
    Alen Šćuric (Croatia)

    vice-president:
    Mihai Kiss (Romania)

    general secretary:
    Marija Topić Ramljak (BaH)

PHOTOS from European majorettes' championship

  • Dancing majorettes Roma, Italy


    Kynsperk Majorettes, Czech R.


    H.Vertesszolosi Sportegysulet Mazsorett Szakosztalya, Hungary


    Zagrebacke mazoretkinje, Croatia


    Mazoretkinje sonta, Serbia


    Mostarske mazoretkinje, BaH


    Fešta Kotor, Montenegro


    Street Ladis Albi, France


    Laške mazorete, Slovenia


    Medness, Cluj Napoca, Romania


    I.Nima, Nitra, Slovakia


    Putney Shangri-La majorettes London, United Kingdom

ABOUT EMA

  • adress:
    Trebez 25
    10090 Zagreb
    Croatia

    phone/fax:
    00385-1/34-999-21

    e-mail:
    EMA_European_majorettes@yahoo.com

    WHAT ARE WE DOING?

    • Every year we organize European Championship (1999 Croatia, 2000 Czech Republic, 2001 United Kingdom, 2002 Poland, 2003 Slovakia, 2004 Croatia, 2005 Romania, 2006 Italy, 2007 Montenegro, 2008 Romania, 2009 France, 2010 BiH...) in September. The best year was with 80 teams from 10 countries and more then 1.700 majorettes participated in championship. Championship is organized in senior (15 years and more), junior (12-14 years old) and cadet (8-11 years old) category. In this championship we have competition in parade march (100 m long) and stage choreography (12x12 m). Teams can participate to dance with batons or/and pom-poms. Every majorette is presented a medal (for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place) in each category, and we present cups for each team wining one of the first 3 places. To European championship can come up to 3 teams per country (first 3 places in their national championship, or if they don’t have national championship 3 teams chosen by national federation).

    • We organize seminars and exams for judges (we have 16 international judges from 6 countries).

    • We organize seminars for majorettes and trainers.

    • We give information about shops where teams can buy majorettes equipment (batons, pom-poms, uniforms etc.).

    • We organize collaboration between teams, associations and federations.

    • We organize festivals of majorettes, and participation of teams from other countries on different national championship.

    • We organize commercial performances and tours by collaboration with international managers (average fee for those tours is 4.000-5.000 EUR per 3 days).

    • We organize meetings of EC and other committees of EMA every year, and every time in different country.

    • By participating in our activities teams from different countries learn from each others, and with new experience and dancing technique their performance becomes much more attractive (especially in comparation with other teams from their country).


    HOW TO BECOME MEMBER?
    National association (federation, organization) can become member of EMA on one of the meetings of EMA’s General Assembly. If there is no National association, one or several teams can temporary become members with all possible rights including voting and participating in European championship. As you establish National association, it automatically becomes a member of EMA.
    Each member association must pay annual fee of 175 EUR per year, except for the first year of the membership. Teams (without association) doesn’t pay fee.

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