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Split Tree Guest Productions 2485:

Sunday, June 3rd, Bart and Joel's swing workshop/afternoon dance.  Info:  Bart at the_bartman [@] mindspring.com.

Sept. 21-23, Heitzso and Nancy's Contact Improvisation and Awareness Through Movement (tm) Weekend.  Info:  Heitzso email-- xxh1 [@] cdc.gov


  Sept 28-30
 Richard Powers' Split Tree Waltz & More Weekend. 

Traveling Dances    " Some dances are done in place; some travel around the room.  In some dances the man sends his partner this way and that; in others he accompanies her, on a journey around the dance floor.   This weekend we will look at the family of traveling dances. These will include various kinds of Waltz, Blues, Tango, Waltz-Tango, Fox-Blues, Straight Jazz, St. Louis Shuffle, Merengue and more." -- Weekend director and Stanford dance historian/professor Richard Powers >>  Music from Powers' extensive collection >>  Flyer/registration link 


Third Sundays Waltzing

Every 3rd Sunday in Atlanta
More info:  Atlanta Waltz Society 


[@] Atlanta:  Contact Improvisation-- http://home.mindspring.com/~alanstewart/contact/index.html


[@] Atlanta--Several Dancers Core


[@] Swing in Atlanta

[@] New Atlanta dance teachers--Joel and Melanie's Supermurgatroid Productions swing dance team/lessons/dances at Several Dancers Core studio in Decatur--don't miss these great swing dance teachers who've moved to Atlanta from Chapel Hill, NC.


 

 


Dancing in the Millennium Conference

Links to and press coverage or July 19-24, 2000 Dancing in the Millennium Conference in Washington, D.C.


Split Tree Productions:    
 
Credit card online payment is now available:  Split Tree Web Store   


[@] Stanford University--This article about Richard Powers and his work in dance appeared in a May edition of Stanford Report.  It looks better in print - two pages with a very large "Richard Powers" at the top, but the Web version is easier to pass on.  http://www.stanford.edu/dept/news/report/news/may17/powers-517.html


[@] Univ/Miss-Jennifer Mizenko's article on social dance and Alexander technique: (opening graphs)

Shall We Dance?
Ballroom Dancing and the Benefits of the Alexander Technique
by Jennifer Mizenko

Social Ballroom Dance has made a tremendous come back in the past decade and promises to continue in popularity into the next millennium. People of all ages are returning to partner dances such as swing, waltz, tango and many others. Not only are they returning to these dances they are adding their own twists and steps, making the dances of their own time period and are breaking down rules and barriers that have prohibited change in the competitive ballroom world.....link above to full article.

[@] Waltz Universe  Waltz Writing Page (beginning with excerpts from Donald Daniel, Nov. 1999 and with texts of several excellent NY Times articles from the past year on waltz and Vienna)

[@] Asheville--The Old Farmer's Ball schedule and other Asheville links:  www.oldfarmersball.com 

[@] Waltz--See new book on waltz , "Night Work," and order your copy.  Second edition out soon.

Nov 99 "Cool Studio"(flyer link) & Andys Photos