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•Masterclasses, Workshops, Demonstrations•
Paige Whitley-Bauguess offers masterclasses, workshops, and lecture-demonstrations designed for school-aged students through adults, elementary through advanced levels.

Masterclass and Workshop Topics
Baroque Dance (beginners or experienced dancers)
Dance (beginners or experienced dancers)
Dance Types and Rhythms (especially designed for musicians)
Period Movement for Actors (bows, etiquette, gesture, social dance)
History of Country Dance (great for country dancers and contradancers)

For Universities
•Schools of Dance: Historical Dance Forms•
essential for understanding the roots of classical ballet; theatre and social dance
•Schools of Music:
Dance Types and Rhythms
basic steps and
sequences that illuminate Renaissance & Baroque rhythms and
tempos for the musician: pavan, galliard, sarabande, bourée, gavotte, menuet, etc.
•Opera Programs: Period Movement for Opera
Monteverdi through Mozart; bows, etiquette, gesture, and dance

•Schools of Drama: Period Movement for Actors
bows, etiquette, gesture, and social dance

Demonstrations (available with or without musicians)
Paige Whitley-Bauguess
Paige Whitley-Bauguess with Thomas Baird
Paige Whitley-Bauguess with
Baroque Arts Project musicians
Paige Whitley-Bauguess with the
New Bern Dancing Assembly
(New Bern Dancing Assembly programs are great for Elementary School Programs)

Contact Paige for further information here.

New Bern Dancing Assembly - Cotillion

Photo by Kit Jordan
New Bern Dancing Assembly performs
at Mt. Olive Elementary School

©2010 Paige Whitley-Bauguess

Photo by Makoto Ito
Paige leading a Baroque Dance class in Tokyo

Photo by Barry Bauguess
Paige teaching the Pavan at Duke Middle School

Photo by Roxann Spears
Tom looks on as Paige and a student
demonstrate pocket hoops

Updated 11/5/10