Cecil Sharp House 2 Regents Park Road, London NW1 7AY
25-26 March 2017
Dance to The Whole Hannekin: William Marshall (flute/recorder/pipes/trombone) Manny Grimsley (fiddle) Simon Dumpleton (accordion) with caller Andrew Swaine.
Tickets £10 (£8 for conference attenders).
Conference: Histories of the Morris in Britain
25-26 March 2017, Cecil Sharp House, London.
Dance & Music Summer School 2017
Theatre, ball & country dances and the music of the eighteenth century
Study Days: Working with the Sources
At the heart of our dancing lie the original sources and their reconstruction. The Historical Dance Society has always sought to develop understanding of these in the light of current knowledge as the basis for informed teaching and the publication of dance instructions. We now launch a series of study days exploring key sources for Renaissance dance, led by experts in each field. Both theoretical and practical, the study days will support those who teach or lead dancing and interest those who wish to extend understanding of the dances they enjoy.
Arbeau with Anne Daye
Saturday 4th March, 2017, 10 for 10.30‒17.00
Village Hall, Bucks Cross Road, Chelsfield, Kent, BR6 7RE
Hazel Dennison on 15th-century sources Guglielmo and Giorgio
Saturday 23rd September, 2017, at ISTD Studios, London
Anne Daye on 16th-century Italian sources Caroso and Negri
Sunday 24th September, 2017, at ISTD Studios, London
Anne Daye on the 'Inns of Court' manuscripts
Saturday 2nd December, 2017, hosted by Herts Early Dance in St Albans
Future topics include Domenico, Playford, the Galliard (synthesising various sources) and Music. Please contact Anne Daye (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to host a study day on any topic in 2018.