Working with the sources
A series of study days exploring key sources for Renaissance dance
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.
Anne Daye on the 'Inns of Court' manuscripts
Saturday 2nd December, 2017, 10 for 10.30–16.30, hosted by Herts Early Dance, St Stephen’s Church Hall, Watling Street, St Albans, AL1 2PX
For full details, please see the leaflet (pdf).
Saturday 3rd March 2018, Coventry (details nearer the date)
Workshop administrator: Helen Young, 01327 340494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Daye on Playford dances
Coventry, Saturday 3rd March, 2018
Anne Daye on the ‘Inns of Court’ manuscripts,
Saturday 21st April, 2018, organised by Pastime (location to be confirmed)
Future topics include Domenico, the Galliard (synthesising various sources) and Music. Please contact Anne Daye (email@example.com) if you would like to host a study day on any topic in 2018.