Greek Folk Dance
About the Course:
Yassou! Greek Folk Dancing is a culturally important, age old tradition in Greece - dating all the way back to the times of Plato and Aristotle. Unique variations have formed in different regions of Greece to celebrate occasions such as weddings, war, and peace time. Each dance has a story behind it sharing the narrative of those who originally danced it, and continue to dance it today.
In this class, we will be learning a new Greek dance every week to gain exposure to the breadth of styles from the different regions.
Class time will be mostly spent dancing - so come relaxed and ready to laugh a LOT and have a great time.
Please do not hesitate to email for specific details and more info!
How to Enroll:
CCN will be distributed the first day of class, and enrollment is first come first serve. In the past we've been able to accomodate everyone so please come out =)
Course Contact: p.kuvetakis AT berkeley.edu
Faculty Sponsor: Maria Kotzamanidou
Time & Location:
|Greek Folk Dance||Bianca Davoodian|
|30||215 Dwinelle Hall||Th 5p-7p||9/06||started||—|
|Syllabus: Greek Folk Dance Syllabus Fall 2012.doc||Aug 19||33kb||Word Doc (Viewer)||View Download|
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