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Jonathan

30-05-01, 00:29 AM (GMT)
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"World Dance Week"
 
   In case you missed the publicity, World Dance Week (1st - 10th June) starts this Friday, 1st June, at Trafalgar Square. There'll be a have-a-go class with ENB and choreographies from RAD students amongst many other things.

For more information, visit the WDW site at: http://www.worlddanceweek.com/


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Renee Renouf

30-05-01, 08:07 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: World Dance Week"
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   This information is intriguing in view of the fact that UNESCO
sponsors an International Dance Day, April 29, the birthday of
Jean-Georges Noverre, generally conceded to be the father of modern classical ballet.

I would like to know who has designated this as The World Dance
Week and under whose auspices it is being promoted as such?

National Dance Week in the U.S. is designed to coincide with
the Noverre birthdate.


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