[Bg-dance] Int'l Folk Dancing
cschaffe at unf.edu
Fri Mar 28 06:02:08 PST 2003
What do you plan to teach on April 5th? I'll be in the area for a few short
days for a training conference and may try to stop by. Unfortunately, I
will have coworkers sharing the car by Sunday, so I can't get to your dance
known in the SCA as THL Cara Angiola de Boccaccio
lurker down in Trimaris, Shire of Castlemere
From: Nadine Latief [mailto:nl33 at cornell.edu]
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2003 12:12 AM
To: bg-dance at ansteorra.org
Subject: [Bg-dance] Int'l Folk Dancing
Just an FYI:
I've been asked to teach Renaissance dance during the intermediate teaching
session at the Int'l Folk Dance group for the next 2 weeks.
Their dancing goes from about 7:30 to 10:45 pm on Sat nights. The teaching
will probably be anywhere between 8:30 and 9:30 pm. I'll be doing Petits
Vriens and Gathering Peascods this week.. so if anyone would like to show
up for support :) or just get a taste of Int'l Folk Dancing.. come show up
:) Their newsletter below has location and website.
Our own dance guild meetings for April are: April 6th & April 20th.
Greetings to the village. The dance will take place at Hancock Recreation
Center this Saturday night beginning with newcomers' class at 7:30pm.Nadine
Latief will host two weeks of teaching in Old English Country and Italian
Renaissance dances. Programmers for the
dance will be Madeline Brock and Martin Blaha.
On the first Monday, April 1st, Jo Soto and Bruce Bostwick will host
folkdancing at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4700 Grover, from
7-9pm. Admission is $2.
Thanks to the fantastic live orchestra we had at the dance last Saturday! We
are enjoying a marvelous upsurge in musicians and singers prepared to
enliven our evenings. There will be a TIFD music workshop in Austin over
Memorial Day weekend, so mark your calendar to take part in a whole series
of musical events. Those who are interested in participating in folk music
as singers or musicians can subscribe to a distribution list for information
about live music workshops, practices and performances:
txfdmusic at lists.cc.utexas.edu
On Thursday April 3rd there will be a free Turkish culture festival from
7-9pm at 1317 South Congress Avenue. There will be Turkish music and food,
and other offerings for your enjoyment.
In addition to this newsletter, AIFD has a website for your enjoyment:
Hope to see you Saturday, Carol
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