Victorian

Victorian Dance - Simi Valley - CANCELLED

06/19/2020
06/19/2020

The JUNE Victorian Dance at Simi Valley has been cancelled.

Viennese Nights: A Victorian Ball in San Diego

02/06/2021

Join the San Diego Vintage Dance Society as we again recreate an enchanting evening of waltz, polka and more dances of the glittering 19th Century European ballroom. Dress your finest formal wear (long gowns for ladies, please) and dance to the magic sounds of the Grand Pacific Waltz Orchestra under the direction of Joe Dyke. The evening's dance mistress, will again be the talented Joan Walton. She will also be teaching a survival waltz class the afternoon before the ball. Both the class and the ball are in the Balboa Park Club Ballroom.

Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 7 PM – 10 PM

St. Nicholas Holiday Ball - Pasadena

12/13/2020 12:30 pm
12/13/2020 5:30 pm

Depending on the progression of events, this may be postponed. Check back for details.

Please check our website for ways we are connecting and still teaching English Country and Historical Dance.

REGARDING THE CURRENT HEALTH CONDITIONS:

Class: Victorian Turning Dances in Pasadena

02/29/2020 3:00 pm

While Victorian-era dancing includes quadrilles and contra dances, by the mid-1800s these group dances were no longer the fashion. Instead, ballrooms were littered with individual couples swirling around the floor on their own, dancing the improvised, turning couple dances that emphasized fancier footwork, holding your partner in a close embrace, and spinning and twirling. These are fun, not-so-easy dances that use ballet-like footwork and require jumping.

Renée Camus teaches steps and techniques for "round" dances and variations, such as:
♪ 1860s Waltz ♪ Polka Redowa ♪ Polka Mazurka

Class: Victorian Turning Dances in Pasadena

02/22/2020 3:00 pm

While Victorian-era dancing includes quadrilles and contra dances, by the mid-1800s these group dances were no longer the fashion. Instead, ballrooms were littered with individual couples swirling around the floor on their own, dancing the improvised, turning couple dances that emphasized fancier footwork, holding your partner in a close embrace, and spinning and twirling. These are fun, not-so-easy dances that use ballet-like footwork and require jumping.

Renée Camus teaches steps and techniques for "round" dances and variations, such as:
♪ 1860s Waltz ♪ Polka Redowa ♪ Polka Mazurka

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