westdance: Fwd: [Dance News] Announcing the Stanford Historical Dance Week

Cin cinbarnes at gmail.com
Mon Nov 30 12:58:28 PST 2009

I'm sure you've all heard about this by now, but just in case... it's
the 1st time in a decade that Stanford has included the Renaissance in
a Historic Dance Week.  Here's just a bit of the teaser from the

"After a Sunday night welcoming dance with live music by the
Brassworks Band, classes and seminars will be held Monday through
Friday from 9 am to 5 pm with lunch breaks.  Most evenings will
feature dances and dance concerts, concluding with a Friday evening
Bal Blanc."

I signed up already, hope you will, too.
Cynthia Barnes
CinBarnes at gmail.com

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From: Stanford Dance <StanfordDance at stanford.edu>
Registration is open for the very first


              June 20-25, 2010
           Six Centuries of Dance

 Lieven Baert, Renaissance Dance
   Catherine Turocy, Baroque Dance
     Richard Powers, 19th and 20th Centuries
       Sandra Noll Hammond, Historical Ballet
         Joan Walton, 19th and 20th Centuries

See full details, class schedule, instructor bios and more at:


Each instructor will be teaching several classes each day, with
multiple topics from their eras of expertise.  This will enable those
who want to specialize in an era to take an entire week of one genre,
like all 19th-20th century Vintage Dance, all Renaissance and Baroque,
or all ballet technique.  Or one can collect dances from all six

This week will immediately follow the June 18-20



Mark your calendars, or sign up now.  The 2009 Stanford Dance Weekend
completely sold out through online registration.


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