Auditions pour le cycle Training.

Le programme de PARTS se compose d'un cycle de trois ans. Nous prenons les nouveaux étudiants seulement tous les trois ans.

Le nouveau cycle Training commencera en Septembre 20169, auditions en Printemps 2019. 

 



Auditions pour le cycle Training: Printemps 2016

Le programme de PARTS se compose d'un cycle de trois ans. Nous prenons les nouveaux étudiants seulement tous les trois ans.

Le nouveau cycle Training commencera en Septembre 2016, auditions en Printemps 2016. Le processus d'auditions comporte deux phases: un jour de pré-sélection et l'audition finale de max. six jours à Bruxelles.

Dates: Pré-sélections: entre Janvier et Avril 2016:
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04/01/2016 – JAPON, Tokyo -  STUDIO ARCHITANZ - Inscription est fermée -
09/01/2016 – BELGIQUE, Bruxelles – PARTS - Inscription est fermée -
09/01/2016 – GRECE,Athènes - DANC.C.CE - Inscription est fermée -
10/01/2016 – USA, New-York – Gibney Dance - Inscription est fermée -
16/01/2016 – LETTONIE, Riga - Dzirnas Dance School - Inscription est fermée -
23/01/2016 – PORTUGAL, Lisbonne - Companhia Nacional de Bailado / Teatro Camões
24/01/2016 – HONGRIE, Budapest - TRAFÒ, House of Contemporary Arts
30/01/2016 – SUISSE, Lausanne - Manufacture
30/01/2016 – POLOGNE, Varsovie – Centrum w Ruchu

06/02/2016 – ALLEMAGNE, Hamburg – Kampnagel
06/02/2016 – ISLANDE, Reykjavik – Iceland Dance Company / City Theatre
13/02/2016 – BELGIQUE, Bruxelles – PARTS
13/02/2016 – SUEDE, Stockholm – MDT
14/02/2016  – LIBAN, Beyrouth – Art & Movement dance studio - Jal el Dib
20/02/2016 – AUTRICHE, Vienne – Tanzquartier Wien
24/02/2016 – COPENHAGUE, Danemark – Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School
27/02/2016 – BELGIQUE, Bruxelles – PARTS
27/02/2016 – TURQUIE, Istanbul – Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University / Bomonti Campus
27/02/2016 – SERBIE, Belgrade – Maidan

05/03/2016 – FRANCE, Paris – CND Centre National de la Danse
05/03/2016 – RUSSIE, Saint Petersbourg – Dance Academie Russia
06/03/2016 – BRAZIL, Rio de Janeiro - Centro Coreográfico da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro*

12/03/2016 – FINLANDE, Helsinki – Zodiak / Balletioppilaitos
12/03/2016 – ESPAGNE, Barcelonne – Institute Del Teatre de Barcelona
19/03/2016 – ALLEMAGNE, Berlin - Tanzfabrik COMPLET. VEUILLEZ CHOISIR UN AUTRE LIEU
19/03/2016 – ITALIE, Rome – IALS
26/03/2016 – ROYAUME-UNI, Londres – Sadlers Wells
A cause du grand nombre de candidates, la pré-sélection de Londres aura unn autre lieu: le Dominion Theatre à Tottneham.  Les inscriptions seront ré-ouvertes le mercredi 15 mars à partir de 16h GMT. Il n'y aura place pour 15 inscriptions supplémentaires, donc n'hésitez pas! Les 15 premiers recevront une confirmation, les autrzs peuvent participer à la pré-sélection à Bruxelles le même jour.

26/03/2016 – BELGIQUE, Bruxelles – PARTS

02/04/2016 – FRANCE, Nantes – CCNN Centre Chorégraphique National De Nantes COMPLET. VEUILLEZ CHOISIR UN AUTRE LIEU

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Il est désormais possible de s'inscrire en ligne apd. 5 semaines avant la pré-selection. Une semaine avant la pré-selection il ne sera plus possible de s'inscrire.

Audition finale à Bruxelles entre 4 & 09 Avril 2016
Seuls ceux sélectionnés lors des pré-sélections peuvent participer.
Participation à l'audition finale est nécessaire pour avoir une chance pour être sélectionné comme étudiant(e)!

photo: Bart Grietens


Who can apply?
- Candidates must be minimum 18 years old, the maximum age is 23 (both ages on Dec 31, 2016). 
- Candidates must have completed their secondary studies before Sept. 1, 2016
-  It is essential that students have a good knowledge of English when starting the course. This will be tested during the final audition.

What is the procedure?
-    To apply for a pre-selection you have to fill in the online subscription form.  For each pre-selection, registration starts five weeks before that pre-selection and closes one week before.
-    Maximum one week after your registration you will get a confirmation e-mail.
-    A few days before your pre-selection you will receive an e-mail with practical information.

-    A pre-selection will last approximately six hours and will consists of of 2 classes and a personal work.
     In general, Registration for the pre-selections start at 9 A.M. and the pre-selections last until approximately 4 P.M.
-    Participation in pre-selection costs 10 Euro (or equivalent in the local currency) to be paid on the spot.
-    The selection will be announced max. two hours after the pre-selection.

-    The final audition will take place in Brussels and will last max. six days. (April 4-09, 2016)
-    Only candidates who are selected in a pre-selection audition can participate in the final audition.
-    Participation in the final audition is for free.
-    The selection will be announced max. two weeks after the final audition

-    September 1, 2016: start of the school program

photo: Bart Grietens


FAQ

Information about the Auditions for the Training Cycle

--    GENERAL INFO

1.    What are the entry criteria?
-    Candidates must have a secondary school diploma. 
-    Only candidates who are selected in a pre-selection audition can participate in the final audition. 
-    Only candidates who have been selected during the final audition can become a student at PARTS.
-    PARTS does not accept temporary students through exchange or guest programs.
-    A PARTS student needs to have a good level in English (B2 in CEFT scales), this is essential for being an active participant in the program.

2.    What are the age criteria?
-    The minimum age of entry for PARTS is 18, the maximum age is 23 (both ages on Dec 31, 2016).  
-    If you are younger than the age limit, you can participate in the audition, but only if you are sure you will have the necessary secondary school diploma before September 1st 2016
-    If you are older than the age limit, you have a smaller chance of acceptance. PARTS will only occasionally make an exception to this rule. 

3.    What are the selection criteria?
PARTS is looking for dancers, dance makers and choreographers with intuition and openness, physical intelligence, potential, talent, stage presence, mental availability and focus, a clear capacity for looking, listening and digesting information, and for autonomous learning.

4.    How many students does PARTS take in?
PARTS will take in approximately 45 students.

5.    How much does it cost to study at PARTS?
Students pay a single registration fee and an annual tuition fee.

The registration fee is € 4.500. This amount is due only once; irrespective of the number of years the student spends at PARTS. It has to be paid before the start of the courses.
The tuition fee for Training Cycle is € 2.500 a year, with a daily lunch included.
For the full 3 years Training Cycle, the cost will be € 4.500 + (3 x € 2.500) = € 12.000

6.    Does PARTS provide scholarships?
PARTS can provide some scholarships to those students who do not have enough financial resources and have not succeeded in getting scholarships from other funding bodies. PARTS depends on external sources for scholarships, so nothing can be guaranteed. PARTS will only give scholarships to people who can prove they have undertaken attempts to obtain a scholarship elsewhere.

Start looking for grants awarded by your local authorities (municipal, regional, national) or private foundations, as soon as you have registered for a pre-selection. In many cases the application deadlines will have expired before you get the final confirmation that you are accepted in PARTS. If you need documents from us, contact the office.

7.    Can I visit the school?
You can visit the school during a selected Open House on January 31st, 2016 or on the Open Fridays between November and January, when the school is functioning in its normal rhythm. 
Check the agenda to see if there are “PARTS @ WORK” showings, these performances are always free but reservation is required.

8.    Can you send me a brochure or prospectus?
Unfortunately we have no printed material about PARTS. Please check the website where you can find the necessary information. If you still have further questions, contact the PARTS office.

9. How important is it to master English?
It is essential that students have a good knowledge of English when starting the course, the level must be B2 or higher (CEFR scales). You can test your level at the following place:  listening test and writing test. Both tests take about 10 minutes. You need to copy the result of that test in your registration form.

During the final audition, there will be a formal English test. If you do not reach the required level at this test, your chances of being accepted as a student are much smaller. If you are accepted anyway, you will need to come 1 month earlier to Brussels to follow an intensive language course.


--    ONLINE APPLICATION

10.    When can I register for the pre-selection?
For each pre-selection, registration starts five weeks before that pre-selection and closes one week before. Look here for the precise dates registratin opens for a specific preselection.
The registration to the pre-selection you want to participate in, is open when the link behind the pre-selection date is active. ===

11.    What info do I need for the Online Subscription?
You have to fill out all the mandatory fields in the online-form (personal information, dance background, passport picture or portrait, other.) 
You should not provide any further documentation such as cv, video links or portfolio.

12. How can I determine my level in English?
You can take a free online test here: listening test and writing test. Both tests take about 10 minutes, and will give an estimation of your level. You should copy this level in the relevant box in the registration form. This test will give both you and PARTS an indication of your level in English. It is not a selection criterion in the pre-selection, but it will be a selection criterion in the final audition, where another test will be taken. So, it’s not useful to try to fill a better score than you actually have. For you, it can be a reminder that you should start making efforts to start learning or improving your English skills before the final audition, if your result is B1, A2, A1 or 0. 

13.    Do I receive a confirmation?
Maximum one week after your registration you will get a confirmation e-mail.
A few days before your pre-selection you will receive an e-mail with practical information.


--      PRE-SELECTIONS

14.    How do I know if I can participate in a pre-selection?
Everyone can attend a pre-selection after filling out the online subscription form.
One week after sending your application form you wil get a confirmation by e-mail.

15.    Can I participate in multiple Pre-Selections?
No, pre-selections are held in 25 different locations between january 2016 & April 2016.
You can only choose one pre-selection.

16.     Do I make more chance doing my pre-selection in Brussels rather than elsewhere?
No, the pre-selections are carried out by the same group of people for all the pre-selections, holding on the same criteria for evaluation. Moreover, auditions in Brussels are usually more crowded than in some other places.

17.     All the places for the pre-selections are extremely far from where I live. What do I do?
You have to decide which pre-selection date and city suits you best.  If there are no pre-selections in your country or a country nearby, contact the PARTS office for advice. 

18.    What if I need to cancel my attendance for the pre-selection?
It is important that you inform PARTS by e-mail as soon as possible if you can not participate. 

19.    How much does my participation in a pre-selection cost?
Participation costs between 5 and 40 Euro depending on the location, to be payed at the start of the pre-selection day. When a pre-selection takes place in a non-Euro country, the exact amount will be communicated in the confirmation e-mail.

20.    Can PARTS financially support my coming to the pre-selection? 
No, we do not cover any expenses for the Training Cycle auditions. 

21.    What do I need to bring to the pre-selection?
-    Passport picture
-    The participation fee in cash
-    Bring your own lunch and anything you need for a regular dance day
-    Don’t bring any CV’s, portfolio's or reference letters, since all information we need is in the registration form.

22.    What will happen during a pre-selection?
We start with registration and individual warm up.
The pre-selection will then consist of a contemporary dance class, a ballet class and a short personal work.
The personal work consists of a solo of maximum 1 minute, in which you show us how you like to present yourself dancing. The solo can be choreographed by yourself or by someone else. It can be improvised, but you need to be able to repeat the improvisation. (you need to be able to repeat the structure, quality, rhythm and spacing). Very important: NO music, NO props, NO costume, NO explanation before or after - just you dancing...

23.    Is there a dress code for the pre-selection?
In dance classes, the candidate must wear clothing that permits correct observation by the teacher. Wide clothes or too many layers of clothes hinder the precise observation of the position and workings of the body. For classical classes there is a dress code: ankles, knees and hips must be clearly discernible.

24.     How long will a pre-selection last?
The exact length of a pre-selection varies according to the number of participants, but it usually takes up around 6 hours. You will be able to register from 09.00 am; the actual pre-selection will start at 10.00 am. Make sure to take this into account when you need to book travels beforehand.  
In exceptional cases the starting time may vary according to the local circumstances. This will be announced as soon as possible.

25.    When do I know if I am selected for the final audition?
The selection is made on the day of the pre-selection, maximum two hours after the end of the audition. If you have to leave earlier, you should warn the selection responsible, and call the PARTS office the next week to know your result. Candidates who have been selected for the final audition will receive a confirmation letter, which they also can use for getting a visa. 


--      FINAL AUDITIONS

26.    Who can participate in the final audition? 
Only the people who were selected in one of the pre-selections can participate in the final audition. 

27.    How many people can participate in the final audition? 
Around 150 to 180 people will be selected for the final audition.  From this group, approximately 90 people will be selected for the final two days of the audition.

28.    How much does my participation in the final audition cost?
The participation is free.

29.    Can PARTS financially support my coming to the final audition?
No, we do not cover any expenses for the auditions. We can give you a list with cheap accommodation in Brussels.

30.    How long does the final audition last?
The auditions will last maximum six days.  After four days the jury will make an intermediate selection.  Only the people who have passed this selection can take part in the final two days of the audition. 

31.    What will happen during the final audition?
The final audition will consist of the following elements:
- two ballet classes, with different teachers
- four contemporary dance classes, with different teachers
- repertory: study of Rosas repertory material, and performing it
- theatre classes
- music session
- writing a short essay
- personal work (presentation of existing work and a new task) 
- group talk and individual interview
- language test to see if your level of English is sufficient.

32.    What do I need to bring to the final audition?
- Bring your own lunch and anything you need for a regular dance day
- Don’t bring any CV’s or reference letters, since all information we need is in the registration form.

33.     Is there a dress code for the auditions?
In dance classes, the candidate must wear clothing that permits correct observation by the teacher. Wide clothes or too many layers of clothes hinder the precise observation of the position and workings of the body. For classical classes there is a dress code: ankles, knees and hips must be clearly discernible.

34.    When do I know if I’m selected to come study at PARTS?
The final selection will be made two weeks after the end of the final audition in Brussels.  We will inform you by mail.

35.     When does the school start?
Training cycle starts September 1, 2016 and will last until June, 2019.

MORE QUESTIONS?
Please read the above information thoroughly and browse through the rest of the website to get more information about the school.
Should you have specific questions, contact: auditions@parts.be

photo: Bart Grietens

CYCLE TRAINING
DATES PRÉ-SÉLECTIONS=
Entre Janvier et Avril 2016
Il est désormais possible de régistrer en ligne apd 5 semaines avant la pré-selection. Une semaine avant la pré-selection il ne sera plus possible de régistrer. Regardez ici pour un résumé des dates à partir desquels la régistrations pour une pré-selection spécifique sera disponible.

AUDITIONS FINALES =
Du 04/04/2016 au 09/04/2016 - BELGIQUE, Bruxelles
Participation à l'audition finale est nécessaire pour avoir une chance d'être séléctionné comme étudiant. Bloquez déjà les dates!


Who can apply?
What is the procedure?

Téléchargez le livret d'études 2016-2019 ici.

 


FAQ

GENERAL INFO

1.    What are the entry criteria?
2.    What are the age criteria?
3.    What are the selection criteria?
4.    How many students does PARTS take in?
5.    How much does it cost to study at PARTS?
6.    Does PARTS provide scholarships?
7.    Can I visit the school?
8.    Can you send me a brochure or prospectus?
9.    How important is it to master English? 

ONLINE APPLICATION

10.     When can I register for the pre-selection?
11.    What info do I need for the Online Subscription?
12.    How can I determine my level in English?
13.    Do I receive a confirmation?

PRE-SELECTIONS

14.    How do I know if I can participate in a pre-selection?
15.    Can I participate in multiple Pre-Selections?
16.     Do I make more chance doing my pre-selection in Brussels rather than elsewhere?
17.     All the places for the pre-selections are extremely far from where I live. What do I do?
18.    What if I need to cancel my attendance for the pre-selection?
19.    How much does my participation in a pre-selection cost?
20.    Can PARTS financially support my coming to the pre-selection? 
21.    What do I need to bring to the pre-selection?
22.    What will happen during a pre-selection?
23.    Is there a dress code for the pre-selection?
24.     How long will a pre-selection last?
25.    When do I know if I am selected for the final audition?

FINAL AUDITIONS

26.    Who can participate in the final audition? 
27.    How many people can participate in the final audition? 
28.    How much does my participation in the final audition cost?
29.    Can PARTS financially support my coming to the final audition?
30.    How long does the final audition last?
31.    What will happen during the final audition?
32.    What do I need to bring to the final audition?
33.     Is there a dress code for the auditions?
34.    When do I know if I’m selected to come study at PARTS?
35.     When does the school start?

MORE QUESTIONS?

Please read the above information thoroughly and browse through the rest of the website to get more information about the school.

Should you have specific questions, contact: auditions@parts.be

 

Les auditions ont lieu dans le cadre du projet [DNA] DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS, co-financé par le programme Creative europe de la Commission européenne.

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