A weekend of classes on diverse aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Dancing and Music.
Fully catered, including morning and afternoon teas, lunches and a feast
and ball from 6pm Saturday night. Classes run from 10am to 5pm Saturday, 10am to 3pm Sunday.
Event: Saint Vitas’ Dance and Music Weekend
Time: Saturday 7th of September to Sunday 8th of September 2013
Location: Tuggeranong Seascouts Hall, Mortimer Lewis drive, Greenway, Canberra, ACT, AUSTRALIA
Fees (Adult / Child)
Full Event 40 / 20
All Saturday 30 / 15
Saturday Night 20 / 10
Daytime only 15 / 7
Children price for 6-17 years. Add $5 per person for non-members, $3 per person if not booked by 3rd of September.
For bookings and any dietary requirements contact the Steward, Master Crispin Sexi, OL., via email or (02) 6241 0919.
Dance: A Different Warm-up and Stretch Session, with a bit of Rufty Tufty, with Helouys le Poer (Bring a yoga mat if you have one. There will also be some provided).
Music: Lant and Winchester Rounds, with Crispin Sexi.
Dance: Some 15th Century Italian Dances – Belfiore, Leoncello and possibly Colonesse, with Collette de Harcourt.
Music: Breathing, with Ailis inghean Mheadhbha
Dance: Gloria d’Amore (a Cascarda), with Joanna of the Beechwoods.
Music: Ave Maria from the Red Book of Montserrat, with Crispin Sexi
Dance: The Old Mole, a 3 couple English Country Dance, with Thurstan.
Music: Renaissance Flutes, with Ailis inghean Mheadhbha
Dance: Leggiadria d’Amore, a 3 person dance from Il Ballarino, with Joanna of the Beechwoods.
Music: To Be Advised.
Dance: Easy English Country Dance, with Brian le faucheer
Music: Ball Music Practice
6pm until late: BALL and Itallian Sidetable Supper
Dance: St Martins, 2 couple English Country Dance, with Joanna of the Beechwoods.
Music: Writing Gregorian Chant, with Crispin Sexi
Dance: A dance class with Joanna’s teacher, Estelle Canning.
Music: Adding Duplum Above Chant, with Crispin Sexi
Dance: To Be Advised.
Music: Playing / Singing Your New Piece of Music
Dance: How to teach dance – a workshop. Based principally on Mistress Janelyn of Fenmeres work. For people teaching dance, and those wishing to teach dance, as well for those who dance. With Brian le faucheer.
Music: To Be Advised.