February 2018

from the February 2018 English Country Dance


Also!

Semplice House Concert
Violin Saturday, April 7th in Golden, 7 p.m.
Presented by Groupmuse. ====== Carla Sciaky will also perform at Five Points Live! on May 13th.

Carla toured the US and Europe through the 1980s and 90s as a solo folksinger and songwriter, and recorded eight solo albums on the Propinquity, Green Linnet, and Alacazam labels.  Her songwriting won her awards and/or recognition at the Kerrville New Song Competition, the Louisville (Kentucky) songwriting competition, the Billboard Songwriting Competition, and the Colorado, Utah, and Kansas Artist-in-Residence programs.  More info and tickets at Five Points Live!


Ft. Collins Barn Dance
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Ft. Collins Music Experi­ment
"The Biggest Little Festival in America"

FoCoMX Barn Dance!

Admis­sion is free!

New dancers welcome.  Try it!  Really, no experience is necessary.  We will teach you what you need to know as the night progresses.  Come alone or with a partner.  Squares, reels, and circles all night long.  Please join the Central Rockies Old-time Music Association for the second annual FoCoMX Barn Dance!

Saturday Night - 7:30pm to 10:00pm @ Everyday Joe's Coffee House | All Ages


April / ​May:

8:00 - 11:00 p.m. — Adults $10, Teens/Students, $6, Family rate, $25.

English Country Dance was the world’s longest-running dance craze.  They were immensely popular from 1630 to 1830, as seen in Pride & Prejudice and Sense & Sensibility (the Jane Austen novels, and the movies based on them).  All are invited – no partner or previous experience needed.  There is no lesson, and figures are taught as needed.  Easier dances at the beginning of the evening lead up to more elegant and graceful dances by the end of the evening. 

Friday, April 6th — Chris Kermiet teaches to live music by members of the Semplice Baroque Ensemble, including Carla Sciaky, Ben Cohen, and Miriam Rosenblum.



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Dancers at our September 2012 dance