Tonight is the Grand Final of the 2013 Eurovision Young Dancers! After the contest, the winner will receive a trophy. Curious to see how does it look like? Check it out!
After the jury’s voting, the winner of the Contest will receive a trophy designed in Poland and made by Glass Custom, a company based in Wrocław (Poland), in high quality glass.
The trophy is a 280mm tall rectangular statuette with the Eurovision Young Dancers logo cut inside using a 3D technique. Who will be taking home the trophey? Find out tonigt from 20:00 central European time live!.
HOW THE WINNER WILL BE DECIDED
Each dancer will perform a solo dance, which can be a maximum of 1 minute and 30 seconds. The performers of the first five dances will take part in a group dance after the fifth performance, lasting 3 minutes and 30 seconds. Performers in positions 6-10 will then perform their individual dances, followed by their own group dance.
The jury is made up of three dance professionals, representing the three main elements: classical ballet, hip hop, and contemporary dance. During each performance, the jury will be asked to consider: the faithfulness of the choreography; the quality of the dance performance and artistic expression; and the flexibility of the dancer to adapt to new styles of dance.
After all ten individual dances, and the two group performances, the jury will chose two participants to advance to the final duel. The duel dance lasts for 1 minute and 30 seconds, with equal time given to each participant during a ‘dance off’. Each juror will then be asked to name his/her favourite. The dancer who receives at least two nominations will be declared the winner.
PHOTO / SOURCE: YOUNGDANCERS.TV