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Welcome to the website of the Paris Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society! 

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Learn the steps and the formations to the sound of traditional music both old and new, in an international ambiance of fun! Scottish Country Dancing is danced in groups (called sets) of four, six or eight. Sets of six or eight dancers are the most common. Some dances are easy, while others take a bit longer to learn. Elegance, stamina, teamwork, and most of all fun, all combine to make dancing a fantastic experience! Opening a window not only on Scottish culture, but also on others in the world, you can dance in Paris, but you can also take your dancing shoes to Scotland (of course), to New York, Tokyo, or Hawaii, on the five continents in fact, and find dancers ready to welcome you all over the world.

Come and join us, we’re waiting for you!

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Auf wiedersehen, Bonn !
Thank you so much to the German committee for an amazing weekend! See you next year in Glasgow and in 2019... in our city of 💖! Ooh la la!
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#SF17 Double Trouble Triangles, Bk50 ...

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Live from the welcome dance at the Spring Fling in Bonn! #SF17 ...

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Save the date and join our Scottish music band for a workshop with Keith Smith (fiddle). All instruments are welcome.

The workshop aims at practicing several Scottish tunes together to play in the evening for our October advanced week-end dance.

More information and registration on our website: www.rscdsparis.fr/october-advanced-week-end-2017/
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Scottish music workshop with Keith Smith

October 14, 2017, 10:00am - October 14, 2017, 12:30pm

Save the date and join our Scottish music band for a workshop with Keith Smith (fiddle). All instruments are welcome. The workshop aims at practicing several Scottish tunes together to play in the evening for our October advanced week-end dance. More information and registration on our website: www.rscdsparis.fr/october-advanced-week-end-2017/

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One more video from our last Saturday Ball ! The dance, "Sibylle's Mother", was devised by Antoine Rousseau for Aliénor Latour and her 9-months old daughter Sibylle. If you listen carefully, you can hear Sibylle sharing her approval at 2 minutes 30 seconds.

Oh and the tune was written by Pascaline Latour and beautifully executed by the Paris Scottish Dance Band and our guest fiddler Matthias Rank !
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