FW: [CalontirDance] Symposium Classes - Preliminary Schedule
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From: Belle Willsey [mailto:better_fencer@...]
Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 12:48 PM
To: Sauer, Michael F.
Subject: RE: [CalontirDance] Symposium Classes - Preliminary Schedule
I posted the classes I wanted to teach to the address listed as the "Dance Coordinator <mailto:bellewode_dance@...?subject=Event> bellewode_dance@..." should we not use this anymore, as the e-mail doesn't seem to be getting checked? Unfortunely I forgot exactly what dances I listed; but the classes were Fun but not at all period and Begining English Country, Couples in a Circle.
To make it official let's say
Fun but not really period is:
Korabushka, Road to the Isles, Heralds in Love
Begining English Country - Couples in a Circle.
Sellinger's Round, Gathering peascods, Jenny Pluck Pears
I would also really like to teach a begining Middle Eastern Class if there would be any interest. Please let me know what you think.
Isabeau De Beauxyeax
Work like you don't need the money.
Love like you've never been hurt.
Dance like nobody is watching.
>From: "Sauer, Michael F." <SauerM@...> >To: <CalontirDance@yahoogroups.com> >Subject: RE: [CalontirDance] Symposium Classes - Preliminary Schedule >Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 11:58:32 -0600 > >Itialian Follow the Leader: La+Chirintana and Una Caccia D'Amore > >Other thoughts that came up this weekend. > >Would people like a dance roundtable discussion over lunch? > >The other class I am thinking about is "How to teach dance" >would others be interested in that? > >The other thin is that we need a bal list. I think its should be drawn >from the dances taught here - could we get a few actual dances >recommended from each class by its instructor? > >Conrad > >-----Original Message----- >From: pretzelbear@... [mailto:pretzelbear@...] >Sent: Monday, March 07, 2005 11:01 AM >To: CalontirDance@yahoogroups.com >Subject: [CalontirDance] Symposium Classes - Preliminary Schedule > > > > >Here is the first glance at a schedule for dance classes. > >This weekend I agreed to not start the dance classes until 10. If >there is enough interest in a 9 am roundtable discussion on dance, we >can have one. If someone wants to have an intro to what dance in the >SCA is, 9 am class, we can have one. So basically if we want to have >1 or 2 classes, that are classroom classes not dancing classes, that >begin at 9 am, LET ME KNOW. I am willing to have them. > >Also, there will be a room labeled "music room" that will be >available all day for musicians to come play in. I figure if we get >the class list finalized this week, and can put together the ball >sets a week or so later, we will have PLENTY of time to ensure the >musicians get all the music they need for the ball, and we can have >lots of copies for people to practice on through the day. > >Here's the list of Dance Classroom 1. > >10-11 - Introduction to European Dancing - Ldy Marion Forester >11-12 - Beginning French Dance - Seonaid >12-1 - lunch (no instructor ;) >1 - 2 Italian Dance Made Easy - Cathus and Rowan >2 - 3 16th Century Italian - Seonaid >3 - 4 Bransles and English Country Dance - Ldy Marion Forester >4 - 5 Advance English Country - Cathus and Rowan > >Now, this is just an organization based on the way classes look now. >If we get other classes and it makes sense to change the grouping, by >all means we can. But I kind of like the layout of this classroom. > >I believe there are at least 3 teachers who aren't on the list yet - >who have expressed interest in teaching. This would be a good time >for either 1) people to suggest classes for them to teach, or 2) they >offer classes to teach. > >Thanks. > >I will go into lurking mode until it looks like we're getting a >concensus on what classes we should offer, then I'll go into >organizing the ball mode. > >Much appreciation: > > >[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]