CSCDS, Inc. ~ Jack Pressley ~ 704.814.9647 ~ JPres79334@aol.com
Scottish Country Dance (SCD) was the forerunner of American square dancing; its music the forerunner of American bluegrass. SCD is danced with pairs of folks in sets of 6 to 10 people. It really is great fun!!! Younger and older can participate (ages 8 and up).
No experience necessary.
Try Scottish Country Dancing!SCD is fun and is a mental as well as physical exercise. It is a very social form of dancing as you dance with different people and constantly change partners. It is suitable for adults and children, indeed the whole family can enjoy it together.
Generally we dance in sets of three or four couples usually facing each other in lines. Most dances are based around a selection of standard moves, figures or formations including: dance up and down the middle, turn or spin, poussette, right hands across, cast off, cast up, allemande, double triangles, teapots and setting to partner. Then there are the reeling movements: normal reels, diagonal reels, mirror reels, crossing reels, double crossing reels, Inveran reels, Schiehallion reels…
2993 Odell School Rd, Concord, NC
Time: Thursdays from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
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