Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Online Workshop Musicality in your dance with Koen Dhondt
7:30 to 9:00 pm GMT, which is 20h30 to 22h00 on the European continent!
music and dance session after the workshop for those who want, from 9:00 to 11 pm GMT.
Are you curious about frequent musical patterns in folk music, and more specificly in scottish? Ready to explore their impact on your way of dancing? Not afraid to (learn to) improvise on the music? Then sign up for this workshop! No partner, dance experience nor musical knowledge required.
- Musicality in scottish: dance variations in connection with the music.
- Info and tips to understand folk music: structure, rhythms, melodies, bars, beats, solo / improvisations,...
- Listening exercises: Which musical element appears in this song? At what moment does it occur? And how can I predict when it will appear again?
- How to improvise your own variations in connection with the music, during the dance?
Practical info about this on line workshop
Online workshop on Zoom. Here you can obtain access to the zoom link, via the website of the organisers.
You will need to do a donation of minimum £2 ( 1 pound = 1,11 euro).
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music and dance session after the workshop for those who want.
This workshops will be given in (easy) english.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the advertised starting time of the workshop, so we can start on time.
No prior knowledge of dance nor music (theory) is required.
You do not need a dance partner for this workshop.