Over the centuries, many have made their way to Schwäbisch Gmünd, from Romans defending their frontier town known as Gamundia to the medieval artisans who originated the town‘s title as the "Gold and Silver City". Why not dance in their footsteps in Autumn 2018, when the town will echo to the sound of the pipes and kilts grace the historic streets?
The weekend will commence on Friday with registration and an evening meal any time from 18:00 h - 20:00 h, followed by a welcome class at 20:00 h – 22:00 h.
On Saturday there will be morning classes and a semi-formal ball with buffet dinner in the evening. Lunch break and afternoon will be at the participants’ free disposal. Classes on Sunday will finish at noon and the weekend will be rounded off with a buffet lunch.
There will be a welcome dance on Friday evening, classes on Saturday and Sunday
morning and a ball on Saturday evening.
While being the class musician last time, Andrew Nolan will be back as our teacher this year. That's music to our ears!
Twice the Brady, twice the fun! Luke and Adam will lift us with their marvellous music, both in the classes as well as in the evenings.
The dance venue, an attractive modern congress centre, is situated in a beautiful location,
a small park just across the road from the hotel where accommodation will be available
for all participants.
The semi-formal ball with buffet dinner is included for participants of the full weekend.
A very limited number of “ball only” tickets (including buffet dinner) is available as well.
Regular: € 155 (GBP 140)
Students: € 135 (GBP 120)
Saturday Ball only (incl. buffet):
Regular: € 40
Students: € 25
Please arrange your own hotel accommodation.
We recommend HOTEL FORTUNA.
You can get a reduced rate by stating the reference "GAMUNDIA 2018".
The Invitation Flyer below contains more detailed descriptions as well as the terms and conditions.
Download and complete the Application Form below. Then, send it by e-mail to Ute Pitzal.
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