Updates & Important Information

AHA Awards 2023


FINALS VIDEOS UPDATE

Alana Haines Australasian Awards AHA Awards 2023 Finals USB’s are finished and have been posted. Still need to order one? Use the link below. Finals USB includes all finals performances + guest performances and awards presentations all packed in a souvenir case.

RESULTS HERE

QUARTER-FINALISTS

JUNIOR QUARTER FINALISTS

SUPREME A GROUP QUARTER FINALISTS

SUPREME B GROUP QUARTER-FINALISTS

SEMI-FINALISTS

JUNIOR SEMI-FINALISTS

SUPREME A GROUP SEMI-FINALISTS

SUPREME B GROUP SEMI-FINALISTS

FINALISTS

JUNIOR FINALISTS

SUPREME A GROUP FINALISTS

SUPREME B GROUP FINALISTS

FINAL RESULTS

Guest Artists Alice McArthur & Mitchell Millhollin

Stuttgart’s John Cranko Schule Germany

SCHOLARSHIP CHOICES FOR 1st/2nd/3rd J/A/B GROUPS

2023 PRINTED PROGRAM

POST EVENT REPORT

JUNIOR WINNER (11-12yrs)

Leni Howlett 12yrs from Kerry Moore School of Ballet Vic Australia

Winner A Group & Gailene Stock Award (13-14yrs)

Lauren Wycherley 14yrs from Papilio Atelier Auckland New Zealand

Winner B Group (15-18yrs)

Emily Sprout 16yrs from Prima Youth Classical Academy QLD Australia       

B Group Finalist

Edward Cooley 17yrs from QLD College of Dance Australia

A Group Finalist

Benji Groen 14yrs from Papilio Atelier Auckland New Zealand

Winners with judges – Judges L to R

Anita Young UK former ‘Royal Ballet School’ senior tutor & Northern Ballet Theatre Ballet Mistress. Stephane Leonard Canada director of ‘Royal Winnipeg Ballet School’. Ty King-Wall Australia ‘Dancers Director Board of The Australian Ballet & tailored Ballet coaching director’

AHA schedule App

Event Format – Terms & Conditions 2023

SCHOLARSHIP LIST

1st, 2nd, 3rd winners from each group will be able to choose from a list of elite scholarships rather than allocated by the Jury as in the past. The winner gets first choice followed by 2nd then 3rd

Sponsors choose their own recipient/s from Finalist list incl 1st,2nd,3rd & even remaining semi-finalists post event when they have viewed the video link emailed to sponsors one week post event.

Short term scholarships (under 6 months) are considered a way for student to experience a school & visa versa so there is no limit on how many scholarships that a recipient can receive but neither party is obligated.

Contestants have up to 24 months post event to complete their scholarship & will email a brief scholarship experience report with a photo to AHA for our website news section

AHA will no longer provide separate travel grants however increased cash prizes will assist recipients towards travel costs for their selected scholarship choice.  

Now the ‘Own Choice’ solo is limited to 1 minute we can now take 11 extra Finalists for Supreme A & B. There will now be 33 Finalists performing & receiving cash awards. 11 Juniors, 11 A group & 11 B group

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