U P C O M I N G !
Nonsuch History Dance – Online Club
FROM FALL TO SPRING
From Fall to Spring: six months for studying six centuries of dance!
Starting in October 2020
Join Darren Royston, celebrated choreographer and teacher, for online sessions
exploring historical dances from medieval periods to the nineteenth century.
Darren, together with guest teachers, artists, specialists, and friends, will recreate
historical dance using music, paintings, costumes, history and drama from
From Fall to Spring will move through historical periods and learn the early dance
essentials based on latest research and the Nonsuch repertoire, as published in
Peggy Dixon’s “Dances from the Courts of Europe” and Darren Royston’s “Dramatic Dance.”
SUNDAYS AT 1pm – 3pm (UK TIME) on ZOOM
HOW TO BOOK:
Tickets can be booked via EVENTBRITE
REDUCTIONS FOR MEMBERS OF NONSUCH -please apply your promotional code when booking at EVENTBRITE.
Join now to get the reduction code!
MEMBERSHIP FORM for NONSUCH HISTORY AND DANCE
ONLINE COURSE REDUCTION CODE
Once you have become a MEMBER OF NONSUCH you will be sent a code which can be used to offer a reduced rate for the ONLINE CLUB classes.
It is with regret that we announce the passing of our former trustee, Stefan Paul Sanchez. Stefan performed as an opera singer with Nonsuch at St. John’s Smith Square, Hampton Court Theatre and other concerts in London. He was a great supporter of the company for many years, and assisted in organising several collaborations in Spain, both educational projects and performances, including at the La Cereza Theatre in Carmona, Seville, Spain. As Artistic Director of The Grand Opera Thailand, Stefan introduced historical dance research with opera performance to Thailand at the Siam Society in Bangkok in 2019. The final concert was supported by the Embassies of Spain and Portugal to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the circumnavigation of the world. Stefan recognised the international potential of NONSUCH HISTORY AND DANCE, as a professional company performing and teaching historical dance and music as a way to share culture globally. It is our intention to continue Stefan's plans for other international projects, which were arrested due to the 2020 pandemic.
The Nonsuch Dancers appeared on:
Nonsuch History & Dance
Annual Summer Course
1. Sunday 25th October 2020
2. Sunday 15th November
3. Sunday 29th November
4. Sunday 13th December
5. Sunday 27th December
6. Sunday 10th January 2021
7. Sunday 24th January
8. Sunday 7th February
9. Sunday 21st February
10. Sunday 7th March
11. Sunday 21st March
Nonsuch History and Dance Company