Court Dancing

Pavane, polonaise or the Viennese waltz as it was danced in the 19th
century? In this class, you will learn some of the most fascinating dances
of European ballrooms of the 16-19th century and a bit about their times.
The choreographies are based on figures and sequences noted down by
famous dance masters of the given age and are danced to authentic music.
Our classes have two objectives: to share the beauty of European court
dances in their full splendour and the joy of dancing together.
We invite you to a place where you can simply feel good, enjoy classical
music, and keep fit by dancing. During the class, we work on improving
posture, general fitness, and movement patterns. No judgement, no
expectations but we are there for you if you want to achieve more.
Would you enjoy putting yourself in the shoes of a Renaissance
noblewoman or nobleman? We are also building a wardrobe of beautiful
costumes inspired by paintings and illustrations from the period of the
dances and organize performances for those who are interested in the
immersive experience of dancing in costumes.

Dates and times

Tuesdays 6.30-8.00 pm
15, 22, 29 September, 6, 13, 20 October, 10, 17, 24 November, 1, 8, 16 December

Inscriptions 

For registration please contact Zsofia Csaba at Court Dancing Luxembourg – info@courtdancing.lu

Price list:

*Single class: 22€ / for couples 33€

*Monthly pass (4+1 free): 88€ / for couples 132€

*Timester pass(10+2 free): 220€ / for couples 330€

*10% off applies to all prices for members of the Club Danses populaires et Danses de la Cour and for subscribers for any other classes of Court Dancing Luxembourg

Zsófia Csaba

Zsófia Csaba is a certified dance instructor with a passion for teaching and
performing historical dances. Her dance education is based on classical
ballet and jazz ballet and includes a wide variety of styles from ballroom
dancing through Argentine tango to different European folk dances.
She gives classes and workshops for adults and kids in court dances and
stretching with classical music since 2017. She creates choreographies,
performs in movies, at balls and other cultural events in Luxembourg, and
represents the country abroad with the folklore group Vallée des Sept
Châteaux.
Her wish is to share the beauty of European court dances and the joy of
dancing together. She would like to inspire people to incorporate movement
to classical music into their weekly routine as a social activity that keeps
the body fit while elevating the spirit and pleasing the soul.

– Certified Dance Instructor—Manager of Fitness and
Recreational Programs 
 -Teacher Training Course 2018, 2019: Dance Characters from the
Renaissance to the 18th Century (by Dr Rita Széll, Hungarian Dance
Academy, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music)
-Former performing member of Pavane historical dance group (12
years)