Performer's and Dance Symposium III
Barony of Ponte Alto
February 19, 2005
King of Kings Lutheran Church, Fairfax, VA
The Atlantian Performer's Guild, the Atlantian Dance Academy, and the Barony of Ponte Alto present the third Performer's and Dance Symposium. The Symposium will consist of a day of classes on various performing arts. There will be a lunch and convocation in the middle of the day. Since Their Excellencies of Ponte Alto, in order to support the performing arts have graciously given the date usually reserved for their annual Baronial Birthday, there will be a Baronial Court before the evening feast. Their Excellencies of Ponte Alto will also be choosing new Baronial champions for Bardic and Arts & Sciences.
But wait! There's more. Following the feast and at the same site, we will be hosting an evening of performances given by the students and teachers at the Symposium. This performance will showcase the talents of Atlantia, and will be open to all who wish to attend. Following the performances, a ball will be held covering dances taught during the day. Harp and Drum (other musicians are welcome, too) will provide live music at the ball. If you wish to perform in the evening, please contact Mistress Anne of Carthew (anne AT ravenstreet.org) or sign up at the event.
Please visit the event website for the class schedule:
Other Notes of Interest:
A Baronial Bard Competition will be held during the evening performance to allow Their Excellencies to select a new Bardic Champion for the Barony.
A Baronial A&S Competition will be held during the day to allow Their Excellencies to select a new A&S Champion for the Barony.
The Children's Theater class will perform at 1pm.
All instrumentalists are encouraged to bring their instruments.
Baroness Arianna Morgan will be coordinating the Group Choral Rehearsal. Please download the music and practice prior to the event.
Anyone interested in auditioning for the Known World Players' Macbeth, to be performed at Pennsic, should visit
http://www.dracontius.net/macbeth for more info.
The site is the King of Kings Lutheran Church, 4025 Kings Way, Fairfax, VA, at the south west side of the intersection of Routes 50 and 7100. The event opens at 9:00am and closes at 11:00pm. Registration begins at 9:00 and classes begin at 10:00am. The evening activities begin at 7:30. This site is DRY.
Feast and lunch:
Lunch will be simple fare of soup, ham, fruit, bread and cheese available for $3. The evening meal is being planned by our Head Cook, Lady Renata von Hentzau. Please direct all dietary concerns to her at starfox5 AT msn.com. There are only 75 seats for feast, so reserve soon. Cut off date for on board reservations is February 12th.
Off Board/On Board
Adult Member $5/$13
Youth 6-17 $3/$11
Children under 6 Free/Free
Lady Allasan inghean Fhaolain (Erika Park) firstname.lastname@example.org
Lady Melissent d'Artois (Melanie Cozad) email@example.com
From the Capital Beltway:
Take I-66 West towards Vienna/Front Royal. Follow approximately 6.6 miles. Exit onto LEE JACKSON MEMORIAL HWY/US-50, West, towards Fair Oaks/Winchester. After about 2.5 miles, pass under the Fairfax County Parkway (Route 7100), and be in the left lane to turn left at the next light onto Middle Ridge Drive. IMMEDIATELY turn left onto the Route 50 service road. This road curves right, becoming Kings Way. The church is on the left.
From points west or southern Fairfax County:
Take your best route to the intersection of I-66 and Route 7100, Fairfax County Parkway. Take the Parkway NORTH. (DON'T exit at 50: You won't be able to get across the traffic to where you need to be.) After crossing Route 50, turn left at the light onto Rugby Road. Go straight through the intersection of Rugby and Route 50, and IMMEDIATELY turn left onto the Route 50 service road. This road curves right, becoming Kings Way. The church is on the left.