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Catherine Turocy Planning Ahead, photo by Catherine Andrako

Catherine Turocy Planning Ahead, photo by Catherine Andrako

Sarah Edgar, Dancer and photo by Jacqueline Chambord

Sarah Edgar, Dancer and photo by Jacqueline Chambord

Renouard Gee in Turocy's 'The Three-Legged Dance,' inspired by Gregorio Lambranzi (1716). Photo by John Mazarak

Renouard Gee in Turocy’s ‘The Three-Legged Dance,’ inspired by Gregorio Lambranzi (1716). Photo by John Mazarak

Photo by Julie Lemberger

Photo by Julie Lemberger, Dancer left to right: Sarah Edgar, Catherine Turocy, Rachel List

Join  Catherine Turocy this summer at the Santa Barbara Historical Dance Weekend and Weekend Plus to discover the many faces of Baroque dance from noble to social to grotesque.  August 20-25, 2015 at UCSB .  Begin the day with a yoga warm-up on the beach and then choose your style.  Are you a maniac for the minuet? A Vanquished lover? Are you curious about the way the Savoy was danced in 18th century France?  …And why all these masks, postures and gestures…is this “early” body language? No matter what level of dance experience, you will be delighted with the fun and challenged intellectually in every muscle of your body.  Click here to read a musician’s experience of one of Turocy’s workshops:The New York Times

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