What's on at Cecil Sharp House
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Embrace the traditional folk dances from many countries. This drop-in class is ideal for beginners. No need to bring a partner.
Celebrate the centenary of the birth of Pat Shaw who contributed to many aspects of music, song and dance during his lifetime. His influence opened the door to his successors in the folk community, particularly dance composers.
Your chance to learn from a professionally trained Slovak traditional dancer.
Philosophy as understood by the Platonic tradition was not only a way of life, but an inner path - a means for discovering and bringing into conscious activity the “divine part of the human.”
This mixed level class is based on the popular and lively Cotswold morris tradition, in which dancers perform with handkerchiefs and sticks. Led by tutor Andy Richards.
Travellling with Thomas is the beginning of a new folk musical, exploring traditional legend, Thomas the Rhymer.
Improve your fiddle playing in a friendly group, led by Pete Cooper, who teaches fiddle playing by ear.
Enjoy Ireland's popular folk dance in a welcoming environment. All levels catered for in this friendly group.
Fun, welcoming and expertly taught workshops at different levels in accordion, banjo, fiddle, guitar, melodeon, penny whistle and mixed instrument classes.
The good Doctor Martin Carthy and his twice Mercury nominated daughter Eliza Carthy, join forces to perform songs from their first duo album ever, a CD of traditional material entitled THE ELEPHANT, which was released in May 2014 on Topic Records.
A one day acoustic folk guitar workshop in London.
Leaders, Jon Riley and Thomas Fairhurst, present insights into the elements of Bert’s guitar playing and advice on how to achieve them.
Court dances from 1650 to 1750. Classes will look at steps and patterns of dances including the minuet, sarabande and bourée.