Virtual comps- performing locally, competing globally

Updated: Dec 17, 2020

We’re in the final month of 2020, so by this point, we’re pretty well-versed in adapting to change and looking for creative solutions. The performing arts are no different, in fact when it comes to problem-solving, I guess you could say flexible thinking is in our nature…..

With that being said, it should come as no surprise that with creative minds around the world out of work, that their brains would be buzzing with ideas about the next big thing. For some, this comes in the form of new training techniques or setlists. For others, however, they’ve turned their focus to a global level and the collective voices around the world have answered the call.

We are ready for international virtual comps.

It makes sense, doesn’t it? Meetings are virtual, house inspections are virtual, even our dance classes are virtual so why not have virtual comps?

Naturally, there is some variation here on competition requirements and qualifiers, but for local artists committed to (virtually) rubbing shoulders on the global scale. International virtual comps might just be the thing.

We’re lucky enough here at Z Fit Studios to have one of our own competing in one of these international virtual comps.

Holly began her training at Z Fit Studios back in early teens before becoming an instructor in 2020. This weekend, Sunday, December 13 Holly will be the only Australian competitor in Kyanna Pole Evolution - The biggest online pole dance championship of the year. Streaming from 6 am, you can catch Holly and her performance here or via this link

We’re excited to be cheering Holly on, and we can’t wait to see what wonders virtual comps and the likes will bring in the future. We have a feeling this is only the beginning.

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