A 16th-Century Dance Party

According to the late 16th-century Italian dance manuals, a high-society dance party seems to have been a formal setting in which the guests took turns to show off for the company. Everyone spent most of their time sitting around a small dance floor, taking turns to dance one couple or one set at a time - and some participated only by watching. This session is an attempt to recreate such a dance party.

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Schedule for KWDS III

Deadline for Class Submissions: June 8, 2001

This schedule is not finalized and is still subject to change.
General or unrated classes
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European Dance Class
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Middle Eastern
Dance Class
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Music Class
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Beginner's Class
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Intermediate Class
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Advanced Class
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Day 1: Friday


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