This dance form comes from Ancient Greece and is based on the natural movements of the body.
The movements are expressive and range from lyrical to dynamic athletic sequences. Dancers perform barefoot, wearing tunics and often use props such as scarves, ribbons or bows.
Bursary Award Competitors are drawn from winners of the Classical Greek Dance Festival Finals upon recommendation from the Classical Greek Faculty.
Attention to all Full Members/Life Members of the ISTD:
Anyone who has not received a ballot paper and is a full member please contact Georgia Hussey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to Licentiate and Fellowship Entry and Requirements (effective since January 2016).
Download the Classical Greek syllabus from the Theatre Dance syllabus page.
Syllabus Clarification Updates:
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