On Sunday, in the organisation of Dance centre ProDance, qualifications for Mediterranean Dance Competition were held in the sports hall in Mostar, reports Fena.
The competition will be held in Budva from 30 May to 3 June 2013 and dancers will compete in acrobatic/gymnastics, bachata, belly dance/oriental, break dance, character/ethnic/folk, cheerleaders,classic ballet, disco dance, disco style, electric, freestyle, hip – hop, jazz dance, latin, latinshow, majorette, merengue, modern ballet, open, production, salsa, salsa rueda de casino, show dance, standard, standard show, streat show, and streat style dances, and they will be judged by 5 judges, 3 from BiH, 1 from Montenegro and one from Serbia.
According to dance trainers of ProDance Valerija Ćubela, because of the great organisation of the last year’s competition, the Mediterranean Dance Association gave Mostar the opportunity to organise such an important event.
This event is specific because all the best dance choreographies received certificates which will enable them to participate at the Mediterranean Tournament in Budva. Coaches of dance clubs from BiH received diplomas after yesterday’s seminar, and they have formally became dance trainers according to MPA standard, and so trainers Ivana Marić, Valerija Ćubela i Ana Marić also received licence with high degree of knowledge.
‘I am very satisfied with the organisation of the tournament and I think that this is a huge step for us and for all dancers of Mostar who have been preparing themselves for this dance completion. One thing that makes me especially happy is a large number of audience who came to cheer for our dancers, and I believe it is very important for the club and for children’, said Ćubela and added that judging by the reaction of both the audience and dancers, the tournament was very successful, and this event has raised the cultural offer of the city to a higher level.