Monday, October 31, 2016

Contra Dance Nov. 5th

Saturday, 7:00-10:00 p.m. 
with beginning and advanced instruction starting promptly at 7 p.m.   
2411 Shreve Road, Wooster, OH 44691 (Routes 226 & 3)

Beautiful Celtic music with POCKETFUL O’ GIMMICK
SUSAN ENGLISH calling longways sets, circle mixers, and a square
  • No partner or experience necessary
  • It's aerobic and social; for ages 8-80
  • Clean shoes on the dance floor, please!
  • Suggested donation $6; students $5; family $20
See videos on Channel1 and Channel2

​Hope to see you there for a guaranteed good time!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

English Country Dance Oct. 22


Fourth Saturdays
7:00-9:00 p.m.

2016
Oct.
22 

Nov.
26
2017
Jan.
28  

Feb.
25

Mar.
25

2411 Shreve Road, Wooster, OH 44691 (Routes 226 & 3)

FOUR PENCE playing traditional music - -
Stephanie Musselman (keyboard), Cid Cayhoe (recorder), Mike Deyo (violin), and Rosario Candelero (cello)

SUSAN ENGLISH providing instruction and prompting.
  • ·      No partner necessary – we will change partners
  • ·      Comfortable clothing and clean shoes
  • ·      Suggested donation $6; students $5; family $20


INFORMATION: 330-347-8155

http://www.balance-and-swing.com

Friday, October 14, 2016

U.S. Dancers to China

             Berea College Country Dancers have a story to tell. It is a story of racial integration, simple living, hard work, and celebration of the rich fabric of Appalachian American culture woven from African, European, and Native American threads.  The story is told through music, song, and dance.
Supported by a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Department of State, the Berea College Country Dancers will take their performance art to China in May of 2017.  Thirteen students, staff, and musicians representing Berea College will offer daily performances as well as lectures, workshops, music jams, and community dances during eight days of artistic residency at two locations.
The first artistic residency will be held at the Linden Centre, a center for cultural exchange, international education, and heritage preservation in a remote part of Yunnan Province, in China’s southwest region. The second residency will be hosted by Yunnan Arts University in Kunming, southeast China’s top university for traditional music and dance.  Because Yunnan Province is home to many Asian ethnic minorities, the young artists from Appalachia will underline the value of minority cultures both in the U.S. and China.
For more information about the exchange, please contact:

Deborah Thompson, Ph.D.
Coordinator
Berea, Kentucky 40404
Phone: 859.985.3142
Susan English, Ph.D.
Wooster, Ohio 44691
330-347-8155