Rules Solo 2015 .pdf


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Titre: ‘ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION – 2013
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RULES AND GUIDELINES OF THE ‘ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION – 2015
Contact: tumata.robinson@mail.pf or manouche@mail.pf
The ‘ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION – 2015 is open to individual dancers to compete on Saturday
November 28th (Young or Tama) and Sunday November 29th (Adults or ‘Arioi) in the morning in the Matisse
ballroom of the Meridien Tahiti.
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The different catégories of the competition:
Young or Tama Division, Tamaroa for boys & Tamahine for girls:
'Aiu
6 to 8 years
Tama
9 to 11 years
Taure’a
12 to 15 years
Adult or ‘Arioi Division , Tane for men & Vahine for women:
Toa
16 to 21 years
'Aito
22 to 27 years
Hiva
28 to 33 years
Feti’a
34 to 40 years

S2

Entry Fee: is XPF 2,500 per soloist. The payment of the fee gives the right to compete in one of the
above categories. For foreigners the payment will be done at the door the day of the competition.

S3

Registration deadline: is before or on November 15th, 2015. All forms submitted by artistic directors
must be validated by the competitor or, if the competitor is minor, by either of his or her parents.

S4

Registration and access to the Solo competition for the Young or Tama:
begins at 7:00 am on Saturday morning November 28th. The competition starts at 9:00 am.

S4.1

Registration and access to the competition for the Adult or ‘Arioi:
begins at 7:00 am on Sunday morning November 29th. The competition starts at 9:00 am.

S5

Competition Protocol:
there is a contest with a minimum of 3 competitors by category.
A category with 3 competitors participates fully in the semi-finals and finals.

S5.1

The playoffs, semi-finals and the finals present a series of 3 to 4 competitors. In each category, about
50% of the number of competitors participate in the semi-finals. At the end of the semi-finals,
the3rd, 4th, 6th or 8th best of each category, will participate in the finals. The prizes are given at the
end of the finals.

S5.2

The award-winners of the Toa, ‘Aito, Hiva and Feti’a of the Adult or ‘Arioi division participate in the
Grand Prix of the ‘ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION – 2015 during the Sunday night Gala Diner.
The award-winners (Vahine/Tane) present an individual performance in order to determine the ‘Arioi
Vahine and ‘Arioi Tane Winners.
The overall winners will treceive the ‘Arioi Vahine or ’Arioi Tane awards during an Award Ceremony.

‘ORI TAHITI NUI presents

‘ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION 2015
GUIDELINES

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S6

Music for the competition: the Organization will prepare a selection of music consisting of
traditional percussions or pehe for the competition. Performance length is 1min30s for the Young or
Tama division and 2min for the Adult or 'Arioi division.

S6.1

During the playoffs music is played back in the form of an audio recording.
The Orchestra of 'ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION plays live for the finals and the Grand Prix.

S7

Competition outfits:

S7.1

Competition adornments:
Adornment of 'ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION are exclusively made from fresh plants
(ornamental foliage, drupes and flowers).
Head ornaments (crown, tiara, head-piece, various bunches of flowers on points, ear to ear or partial
band, round bun or ponytail, etc.) are mandatory.
Matching (to head ornaments) neck adornments are encouraged: necklaces stop at navel.
Ankles, wrists and arms adornments matching with head ornaments are allowed.
Belts and leg ornaments are strictly prohibited.

S7.2

Female dance costume:
is composed of a pareu and tape'a titi in solid fabric, cotton, faraoti or tergal.
The tape’a titi may be adorned with or made of fresh plants and/or match the head or neck
adornments.
The pareu is a rectangle of hemmed cloth, tied on the hip, non-belted and at knee height. The
"boudin" belt is prohibited.

S7.3

Male dance costume:
is a pareu ta'amu tihere in solid fabric, cotton, faraoti or tergal. Maro is prohibited.

S7.4

Loss of part of a costume is penalized.

S8

The Jury and Judgment of the competition criteria: the jury of the competition is composed of 4 to 6
‘ori tahiti personalities with recognized skills. Each jury member has one vote. In case of a dispute,
the President has a casting vote. The jury is sovereign and its decisions are irrevocable.
Jury members will judge the solo dancers performances according to the following criteria: Costume,
Choreography, Technique, Rhythm mastery, Artistic Expression.

S9

Penalties of the competition: the competitors of the ‘ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION - 2015
undertake to read and respect the Rules and Guidelines of the contest.
For each breach, a 10-point penalty shall be deducted from the final score.

S10

Bad sportsmanship: any competitor displaying poor sportsmanship during the competition will be
immediately disqualified. Any competitor showing an attitude of poor sportsmanship at the
announcement of the different results during the competition will be disqualified for future editions
of the ‘ORI TAHITI NUI COMPETITION.

‘ORI TAHITI NUI presents

‘ORI TAHITI NUI SOLO COMPETITION 2015
GUIDELINES

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