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Spotlight on percussive dancer and choreographer Kae Sakurai,
who was the recipent of the first residency under a new collaborative
friendship between the Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland and Dance Base.
By Kae Sakurai, January 2018
Fèis Spè promote traditional music and Gaelic culture to young people
from ages 5 to 22. Its goal is mainstream Step Dance in all Fèis Spè
acivities and to reintegrated it into the social fabric of the
Scottish traditional music scene.
By Fiona McLean, October 2017
The term 'accompaniment' contains, for some artists, a misconception
that an imbalance in creative worth exists between the dancer and
the musician... historically, the converse was the case...
By Wendy Timmons, April 2017.
Scottish early music group Concerto Caledonia has recently
launched the series Nathaniel Gow’s Dance Band: Ceilidh Nights,
experimenting with the musical world of a dance band from the 1780s
By Aaron McGregor, January 2017.
Where would you go to learn Cape Breton step dance?
Tuscany of course!
By Iain Richardson, October 2016.
CeilidhKids specialises in teaching ceilidh dancing to early years,
taking confidence levels, attention spans, stamina, noise
sensitivity and bedtimes into account
By Caroline Brockbank, September 2016.
To play successfully for dance, musicians should also be dancers.
By Pat Ballantyne, August 2016.
Linlithgow Scotch Hop
Spotlight on Linlithgow Scotch Hop.
By Sue Anderson, June 2016.