Lieven Baert
Historical Dance
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Director, Institute for Historical Dance Practice in Ghent, Belgiumd

Lieven Baert is a professional choreographer, dance teacher, performer and theatre director.

Over his 30-year-long career, he has been dancing, choreographing and directing early dance productions in Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Sweden, the UK and Netherlands, Japan, Mexico, Russia and the USA. He was guest teacher at the Stockholm University and is teaching since 2003 Historical Dance at the University of Madrid Rey Juan Carlos.

He is choreographer since 1997 of the ”Landshuter Hochzeit 1475“ Germany’s largest historical festival.

Since 2003 he is also permanent stage director for “The Brussels Operetta theatre “

He also works on outreach and youth programs for the Royal Ballet school of Belgium and the Royal Opera of Flanders.[:en]

Director, Institute for Historical Dance Practice in Ghent, Belgiumd

Lieven Baert is a professional choreographer, dance teacher, performer and theatre director.

Over his 30-year-long career, he has been dancing, choreographing and directing early dance productions in Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Sweden, the UK and Netherlands, Japan, Mexico, Russia and the USA. He was guest teacher at the Stockholm University and is teaching since 2003 Historical Dance at the University of Madrid Rey Juan Carlos.

He is choreographer since 1997 of the ”Landshuter Hochzeit 1475“ Germany’s largest historical festival.

Since 2003 he is also permanent stage director for “The Brussels Operetta theatre “

He also works on outreach and youth programs for the Royal Ballet school of Belgium and the Royal Opera of Flanders.

Further information about Lieven Baert can be found at:

historicaldance.com

About The Class

Renaissance dance class

16/17th century technique and repertoire from Italian and Spanish treatises  between 1580 and 1650

Level Of Skills Required

advanced

What to wear

Everybody should bring comfortable clothes (T-shirts, trousers, leggings, etc.) and soft dancing shoes. During the class-work, ladies should not wear skirts, but trousers. At the concluding performance, a Baroque costume, or a token costume in the style of the period should be worn. Some ladies could wear male costumes (breeches, broad-sleeved shirts, waistcoats, semi-high thick heel shoes). Also bring with you clothing items which could be lent to the other dancers, please.

Maximum number of students

24

Teaching Languages

English, German, French, Italian, Dutch