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I will tell you a story about Brigitte that illustrates her strong, long-standing commitment to dance. Some time ago, she decided they needed to sell their house because there wasn’t enough room to dance there. She and her partner, Geoffrey Honey, often hosted dances, and more frequently they danced themselves. Sometimes they danced so they could fully integrate new dances learned at a workshop. Sometimes they danced to figure out a new choreography they were working on. Always they danced for the joy of it. Often their two children joined in as well.
Geoffrey and the children didn’t want to sell the house which was close to the shores of Lake Ontario. They loved it there. As a family they always practised making decisions by consensus so many discussions ensued. Finally they came up with a solution. They would remove all of their furniture from the living room, dedicating it solely to dance.
I think this story shows more about Brigitte’s dedication to dance than listing all of the workshops, dance camps, and dance events she had attended, or led over the years. She is a lovely dancer, full of fire and grace, and attuned to the needs of those present.
Come join us on September 15 to see for yourself. In the afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m. there will be more challenging, lively dances taught. A pot luck dinner will take place from 5 to 7 p.m., followed by an evening of dances, featuring some of the dances Brigitte has choreographed.
Email me at [email protected] if you have any questions.
Hope to see you there.