Court reinassance dance

Foto di Viviana Clementini

Corte Ducale’s Renaissance Dance Group was born in 2008 and it is composed by dancers of different ages; with the precious help of the teacher Cinzia Longhi, the group studies the ancient dance and music played in the renaissance courts of 1400 and 1500 and it performs them during the public events; whose magnificence was aimed at celebrating the richness and prestige of the Ducal Court.
The repertoire includes about 30 dance and choreography, all documented by Domenico from Piacenza, the first choreograph and dance teacher who wrote an essay, and by his apprentice Guglielmo Ebreo from Pesaro.