“The "Società di Danza" performs work of historical research in the area of 19th century dances, combining philological precision in the interpretation of old books of dance with the ability to recreate, creating new and old dances in contemporary social contexts. The Association seeks to revive dances that belong to the European tradition and which were lost during the 20th century: quadrilles, country dances, waltzes, polkas and figured mazurkas The Association activities tends to the rediscovery of the artistic technique which in 19th century made these dances the subject of interest of the greatest masters of dance of the time even before the phenomenon of mass entertainment.
From 1991 to 2011 has realized:
- Grand Balls
- Summer School
- Easter School
- Seminars of Historical Dance
- Training School of Teachers of 19th century dance
- International School of 19th century dance
- Grand Ball dell'Unione Europea
Fabio Mòllica has founded, teaching, courses of the Società di Danza in Bologna (1991), Modena (1991), Imola (1993), Reggio Emilia (1993), Ferrara (1999), Bergamo (2002), Milano (2002), Roma (2002), Trento (2002), Napoli (2008), Pescara (2009), Torino (2009), Pavia (2010), Salerno (2010).
In 2011-2012 he teaches regular courses in: Modena, Milano, Roma, Torino.”
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Category: Early Dance
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