Medieval Music Meetup Groups

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This page is used by several medieval studies groups predominantly the Fayetteville North Carolina chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).    This board is used for sharing information, organization and the announcement of events.  The

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Meet with local and regional dancers of all shapes, sizes, spots and stripes to practice 15th and 16th century Italian, French Bransles, and English Country. Learn the works of Playford, Arbeau, Caroso, and others.

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A group for enthusiasts of Renaissance Faire culture and of the annual Maryland Renn Fest!

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Relive the Middle Ages! Do you look forward to Renaissance Faires, but wish you could go any time? Have you ever wanted to take up Medieval combat or Renaissance fencing, or have you just wanted to learn a bit more about life in the Middle Ages? May

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This group is for those interested in recreating life in the middle ages up to the 17th century. We are the Snohomish County branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). Known as the Barony of Aquaterra, we host events, classes, socials, and

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Scanadians
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This is a group to enable people who like renaissance choral music to meet up. If you like Composers such as: Lassus, Mundy, Victoria, Allegri, Tallis, Palestrina and Lotti, then join up. Examples of performance groups would be: Gabrieli Consort, Tal

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Renaissance Choral Concert-goers
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Fighting! Calligraphy! Dancing! Actual competitive jousting! and whatever level of costuming you feel like! This meetup group will post events that are happening in and around the Barony of the Stargate, Ansteorra, SCA. If members would like to use t

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Lords and Ladies
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We are the local Barony of the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism) for Frederick, Washington, Alleghany, and Garrett Counties. The SCA is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-centu­

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January 3, 2014

Fighting! Calligraphy! Dancing! Actual competitive jousting! and whatever level of costuming you feel like! This meetup group will post events that are happening in and around the Barony of the Stargate, Ansteorra, SCA. If members would like to use t

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Lords and Ladies
September 19, 2013

We are the local Barony of the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism) for Frederick, Washington, Alleghany, and Garrett Counties. The SCA is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-centu­

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Medievalists
January 25, 2013

This group is for those interested in recreating life in the middle ages up to the 17th century. We are the Snohomish County branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). Known as the Barony of Aquaterra, we host events, classes, socials, and

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Scanadians
November 19, 2012

This is a group to enable people who like renaissance choral music to meet up. If you like Composers such as: Lassus, Mundy, Victoria, Allegri, Tallis, Palestrina and Lotti, then join up. Examples of performance groups would be: Gabrieli Consort, Tal

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Renaissance Choral Concert-goers
July 1, 2012

A group for enthusiasts of Renaissance Faire culture and of the annual Maryland Renn Fest!

85
Revelers
October 2, 2011

Relive the Middle Ages! Do you look forward to Renaissance Faires, but wish you could go any time? Have you ever wanted to take up Medieval combat or Renaissance fencing, or have you just wanted to learn a bit more about life in the Middle Ages? May

57
Members
September 7, 2009

This page is used by several medieval studies groups predominantly the Fayetteville North Carolina chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).    This board is used for sharing information, organization and the announcement of events.  The

130
Members
December 11, 2008

Meet with local and regional dancers of all shapes, sizes, spots and stripes to practice 15th and 16th century Italian, French Bransles, and English Country. Learn the works of Playford, Arbeau, Caroso, and others.

Meetup topics:
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Dancers
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