An indispensable resource are the pages on baroque dance at the Library of Congress, which contain an overview of the period as well as numerous dances in Feuillet notation.
Early-dance.de / The Calendar of Early Dance is all about early dance and provides a calendar of upcoming early dance events including classes, summer schools, performances and balls. Plus, links organized by country, period and type, facsimiles of early 18th-century choreographies from the Library of Congress, and photos.
Another website devoted to baroque dance serve as a hub for discussion and news is http://baroquedance.info/.
Scholarship relating to 17th and18th century ballet has been presented at the conferences and in the publications of the Society of Dance History Scholars, theSociety for Dance Research, and the Congress on Research in Dance.
The NYBDC has been heavily involved in Kyle Seibrecht’s new play, Prince of Haiti/King of Paris.
The NYBDC has worked in residencies at the Catskill Mountain Foundation for several summers, a time that serves as a lab for the company to develop new repertory.
New York Revels, Inc., promotes community celebrations of seasonal events based on traditional music, dance, storytelling and drama.
Country Dance * New York http://www.cdny.org is an affiliate of the Country Dance and Song Society, and runs weekly dance events in New York City includingEnglish country dance interpretations from the 17th and 18th centuries.
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Roving Classical Commedia University http://www.commediau.com is a traveling school of commedia dell’arte.
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THE BAROQUE ERA
An engaging if not always scholarly and consistent account of the baroque era across many arts may be found at Wikipedia
General info on a number of baroque composers may be found athttp://www.baroquemusic.org/
A good hub for information on gardens in the high baroque style may be found at the Garden Guide
There is much fun to be had at what can only be called the Blog of famed 17th-century diarist Samuel Pepys.