How to Learn a New Dance
Everyone learns differently, and you’ll learn each dance best for actually dancing if you stick it in as many cornersRead more.
1st Courtesan’s Ball
content All are here invited to join with the courtesans of the known world in fun and frolic! Break outRead more.
This is a spritely little dance that practically dances itself once you get a feel for it. One of thoseRead more.
Hole in the Wall
This stately dance is well into the grey period of the 1600’s and doesn’t fit the SCA criteria of pre-1600Read more.
Bransle des Lavandieres
Hands-down my favorite of all the Arbeau bransles. Just complex enough to be truly satisfying, and still simple enough toRead more.
Bransle de Bourgogne
Also called the Burgundian Bransle (pronounced ‘brawl’). This simple dance makes a great addition to the SCA repertoire. It’s perfectRead more.
An easy dance that can be surprisingly aerobic. As with many (most, all?) dances originating in 16th c France calledRead more.