The Pennsic 47 School of (European) Danceand then some.
Come one, come all, and join with your friends to once again dance the days and nights away at the Pennsic War! We have many classes to sharpen your skills, and many balls to show them off at! Make new friends, learn a new dance or twelve, and most of all, have fun.
DeanThe Dean of Pennsic 47 Dance will be Dutchess Thyra Eiriksdottir.
ClassesAs usual, please volunteer to teach clases on Thing. The deadline for submitting classes is May 1st, so don't delay! We will have a link to the dance classes as soon as the schedule is organized.
Revels and SocialsThis year's theme is Beasts & Birds! Whether you prefer to dance Tesara with Tygers, or Dargason with Dragons, come join in the fun! We are planning balls, revels, merriments, and socials throughout the war. Check the main schedule in the dance tent for updates. There will also be the annual faculty social for all staff, teachers, revel hosts, musicians and dancers. Come meet your fellows over refreshments, and get to know the people who make dance happen at Pennsic.
Musicians and MusicGreetings to all those inspired to play music for dancing! There are many opportunities to play music for dancers at Pennsic. Musicians are needed and welcome to play most nights at the European Dance Tent in Pennsic University. During the day, many dance class teachers also welcome musicians to play for their classes. Music is provided. All skill levels of musicians and all acoustic instruments (period or modern) are welcome. Stop by the European Dance Tent for more information, including a schedule of activities that welcome dance musicians!
There will likely be a new Pennsic Pile released in the early summer, but if you'd like to start practicing early, here is a link to the Pennsic 46 Pile.
Previous YearsCheck out the archive of previous Pennsic dance info.
DocumentsCheck out the archive of documents related to Dance at Pennsic. Not ISO-9001 compliant, but close enough for the SCA.
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