[Bards] New List
bedlamandmayhem at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 10:08:04 PST 2008
Um bards aren't limited to singers... I know of one person who does
Shaksperian monalogue. I know of at least one bardic competition that
is trying to GET all sorts of performers out there (Triumphe of the
Eclipse at Mooneschadowe) Thier competition is open to any performer
of any kind as long as you've got one piece the audience can get in
on. You can juggle, act, anything. I fail to see how the performers
list and the bard's list differ to any great degree.
~Svetlana Andrejevna Volkova
On Jan 6, 2008 8:58 AM, John Hirling <jhirling at gmail.com> wrote:
> Greetings all
> I'm writing to invite you to a new Yahoo group initiated after a discussion
> among those who sensed a need for inter-disciplinary communication. The
> group is called
> and is described by its originator, Sir Gaston de Clermont, as follows:
> This is a hub for performing arts in the SCA kingdom of Ansteorra (Oklahoma
> and Texas). It's a place for dancers, musicians, bards and actors to find
> each other, to discuss, plan and advertise performances and practices, find
> inspiration and share ideas about the entertainment we create. It's the hope
> that by gathering in one place we'll be able to combine our talents to
> create something greater.
> Feel free to add your practices and events to the calendar, ask a question,
> or share something interesting about performing in the SCA.
> The group is restricted (to minimize spam). If you have trouble applying to
> the group, please contact me (I am one of the moderators) and I will issue
> you an invitation.
> For many reasons, but especially given our recent discussion on of a kingdom
> performance event, I believe membership and participation in this group will
> enhance the performing arts in Ansteorra as well as our experience.
> Warmest regards,
> Ihon Vinson macFergus, OL
> Premier Bard of Ansteorra
> Deputy MoAS for Bardic & Performance
> -- " When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one
> by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle." Edmund Burke
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