The New York Baroque Dance Company
Historical Dance Summer Workshop
July 25 - August 1, 2009 at Goucher College
You cansign up according to dance level and study dances from the Renaissance to
modern times, or...
You canspecialize in the 19th and 20th century social dances with three classes
per day from Richard Powers, or...
You cansign up for 4 classes per day in 16th through 18th century dance.
Room and Board and Local Hotels
Goucher College is located in Baltimore, Maryland: 1021 Dulaney Valley Road. The
campus is in walking distance of restaurants, hotels, and shopping centers. Public
transportation is located near campus. Hotels can be reserved by you directly at
or students are welcome to stay in campus dorms. TheNYBDC will make the dorm
for you. Dorms are air conditioned. Meal plans are included with stay on campus.
Comments from Students Last Year
" The English Country Dancing was lots of fun and a wonderful way to become acquainted
" I really liked all the classes because they had a good mix of history and movement
and provided a lot of context."
"All the teachers were knowledgeable and had their own style."
"It was all new to me-my first experience in the field- so I loved it all!"
We are very excited about our summer workshop at Goucher College in Baltimore,
I am happy to announce Charles Garth will be joining the faculty this year. We
look forward to our revised format and to the workshop's opening and closing dance
parties. I hope to see you at this unique workshop!
Catherine Turocy, Artistic Director
Workshop I: Circles, Sets and Serpentines, Saturday, July 25th: This one day
workshop with a full day of classes in 15th-20th century dance, ending with the
Playford Country Dance and Music Party with a live band, is open to professional
and college level dance students, teachers and choreographers as well as living
history dancers, musicians, singers, actors and dance enthusiasts. Students will
learn typical steps and choreographic patterns from the Pavane to the Tango. An
emphasis will be placed on group social dances in circles, sets and serpentines!
Workshop II: Mind Your P's and Q's (Pavane, Polonaise, Pony...), Saturday, July
25th- August 1st , check in at 5pm and check out at noon on August 1st. This 6 day
workshop begins with the Playford Country Dance and Music Party on Saturday night
and includes the Vintage Ball on Friday, July 31st with student demonstrations of
dances worked on over the week. Covering dances from the Renaissance through the
20th century with classes for beginners and students at the intermediate/advanced
level, this workshop explores dance in the theater, dance halls and at private salons.
Classes in mask and period movement are offered to all levels. With evening lectures
and coachings and attendees from around the world, this is one of the most popular
workshops of its kind in the country. (Please note this workshop is longer than
last year's, with one more day of classes.)
Workshop III: Combined Workshop July 25th-August 1st: You can do the one day workshop
with classes and the Playford Country Dance and Music Party on Saturday night and
ithe weeklong workshop and Vintage Ball.
Tuition: $575, a savings of $50.
Summer Workshop Faculty
Charles Garth began his career as a ballet dancer. After switching to Early Dance
(Renaissance and Baroque court dance and 19th century social dance), he has performed,
choreographed, and taught in Europe, South America, Australia, Russia, Japan, South
Africa, and throughout the United States. He has danced in Hollywood films and
and directs early opera productions including the Boston Early Music Festival's
production of Monteverdi's Orfeo. Garth has been a member of the faculty of Schola
Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland, Rutgers University, co-founded the International
Early Dance Institute, and for many years directed The Court Dance Company of New
Richard Powers is one of the world's foremost experts in American social dance.
He conducts workshops in Paris, Rome, Prague, London, Venice, Geneva, St. Petersburg
and Tokyo as well as across the U.S. and Canada. He has been researching and
historic social dances for thirty years and is currently a full-time instructor
at Stanford University's Dance Division. Selected by the Centennial Issue of Stanford
Magazine as one of Stanford's most notable graduates of its first century, he was
also awarded the Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for distinctive and exceptional
to education at Stanford University. He will be teaching various levels of 19th
and 20th century dance plus the history of the waltz.
Catherine Turocy, recognized as a leading choreographer/reconstructor in the field
of 18th century dance, has been decorated by the French Republic as a Chevalier
in the Order of Arts and Letters, received the prestigious BESSIE Award in New York
City for sustained achievement in choreography and in 2008 received the Natalie
Skelton Award for Artistic Excellence. NEA Exchange Fellowships have allowed her
to live, study and perform in London and Paris. As a founding member of the Society
for Dance History Scholars, Ms. Turocy lectures on period performance practices
of the 17th and 18th centuries and her papers have been published by the society.
She has also contributed chapters to dance history text books, articles to Opera
News and Dance Magazine, many which have been translated into French, German, Japanese
and Korean. Known as an accomplished performer in her own right, Ms. Turocy has
been given a chapter in Janet Roseman's book, Dance Masters: Interviews with Legends
of Dancepublished by Routledge. She is the Artistic Director and co-founder of The
New York Baroque Dance Company.
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