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Pied à Terre was formed in 1996 by a group of musicians and dancers who wanted to play, listen and dance to traditional French music in Norwich. Since then, the group has held monthly sessions, see below for details. The music includes tunes for couple dances such as schottisches, waltzes and mazurkas, bourrées (generally danced with a partner in a line) and circle dances such as the Circassian Circle and Chapeloise, the former is probably familiar to most English Ceilidh dancers. Traditional French instruments include accordions, bagpipes and hurdy gurdies and these, as well as fiddles, recorders, clarinets, guitars and percussion instruments are all played at Pied à Terre. We are keen to encourage other forms of European dance and currently include some Breton and Swedish styles in our repertoire. For more information: email@example.com To be added to our email list: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to everyone who made a contribution in memory of Terry O'Connell. £19.65 will be donated to the Alzheimer's Society
Beginners welcome, no partner needed. Please let us know if you would like to teach dance on Club Nights or have any special requests.
The Canary Social Club, 104 Thorpe Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 1RT
See the musicians page, if you are interested in playing at Pied à Terre.
First Wednesday of each month, except August.Website comments, etc. email@example.com