ANNOUNCEMENT about postponing the Qualifier in Slovenia
Sadly, as you may know, we have temporarily suspended the remaining DanceStar Qualifier in Slovenia, in response to the COVID-19 situation.
This decision was made to protect the health and well–being of school directors, teachers and dancers, their families and friends as well as everyone connected to the DanceStar organization. This temporary break will last as long as required and we intend to resume the season, if and when it becomes safe for all concerned.
We will continue to monitor the situation and instructions of public health experts along with the government officials to determine safe protocols of resuming the DanceStar season.
As we develop the appropriate course for further DanceStar competitions, we will keep you informed about any changes and dates as soon as it will be possible.
March 16, 2020
DanceStar Slovenia Qualifier 03.-05.04.2020
Welcome to Ljubljana!
Despite the fact that it ranks among the mid-sized European cities, it has preserved its small-town friendliness and, at the same time, it has everything that all the larger capitals have.
We look forward to a great competition in Ljubljana where talented dancers will perform in a fantastic atmosphere!
Event and Location information
Ljubljana is the political and cultural heart of the Slovenian nation.
Its geographical position in the center of Europe has determined Ljubljana as a natural meeting place for merchants and soldiers as well as - and more than once - peacemakers. The victors of the Napoleonic wars selected this peaceful city as the site of the Holy Alliance Congress, which in 1821 sealed the European political geography for years to come. Known as a city of culture. It is home to numerous theatres, museums, and galleries, and boasts one of the oldest philharmonic orchestras in the world.
Slovenia QualifierVenue name: Gospodarsko Razstavišče
Address: Dunajska cesta 18, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
STAGE ENTRANCE: Dancers go on stage from the right side of the stage, exit to the left. Sides of the stage are determined by the spectators view from the audience.