"Fairest Isle"
13th zeitenTANZ Summer School for Baroque Dance
for beginners and advanced dancers
August 5th-12th, 2018






Join us on a dancer's travel to the Fairest Isle - Britannia!
This year's summer school focuses on english baroque dances and draws its inspiration from British History, Literature, Myth and Lengends. Musique from Henry Purcell to Georg Friedrich Haendel accompanie our dances and turn our ball at the end of the week (August 11th) into a Midsummernights Dream.

Our teachers

Niels Badenhop,
Pia Brocza and
Bernd Niedecken

will each offer a morning class (Mon-Sat) and afternoon class (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri) for different levels of experience, picking up the summer school's motto - see Course program.
Combine a morning class with an afternoon class - afternoon classes are optional - and join us for social dancing/contradance in the evenings.

Summer school starts on Sunday, August 5th, with dinner (6pm), introduction to course and social dancing and ends on Sunday, August 12th, after breakfast.


Course fee / enrolment:

Complete week full board (choice of two menus, one of them vegetarian):
630 ,  zeitenTANZ members:  600

Complete week half board ((including breakfast and lunch and dinner on the first day=Sunday):
590 ,  zeitenTANZ members:  560

Complete week half board (breakfast and dinner):
560 ,  zeitenTANZ members:  530

The fees include full board/half board, 7 nights in a double room, morning and afternoon classes, evening activities, handouts, as well as the ball (August 11th) with buffet.
All rooms are equipped with shower/WC.
(Single room supplement: + 35 /week)



To enrol to our summer school download the registration form here

Download registration form!

and send it to  →  home@zeitentanz.at.

By remittance of a deposit of 70,- (bank account below) you enrol to the 2018 zeitenTANZ Summer School. Final payment is required by June 30th 2018.

After June 30th, please write to us first to ask for openings and manner of payment.

For any questions, please send us an  → home@zeitentanz.at

         


William Hole, Britannia
(1610)