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Sue Curtis
 Sharon, Massachusetts, USA
 
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Sue Curtis
 
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Calling A2 thru C4

I call all levels from A2 to C4 and have been calling since the early 1990's. Over the past several years, I have taught classes at C2, C3A, and C3B, in the Boston area. I also call local dances from time to time at A2, C1, and C2. Outside of Boston, I am better known as a C3/C4 caller. I am generally hired for C3/C4 weekends or conventions with many levels. I like to focus on interesting applications of concepts and helping people become better dancers. Those who attend my classes as angels say they always learn something new. Tapes of my calling are available from Keith Rubow at http://www.krubow.com/Recordings/curtisdances.html.

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Address Sue Curtis
19 Pond View Cir
Sharon, Massachusetts
02067
USA
 
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Articles by Sue Curtis:

C3X Definitions - Part 1 of 5
 
C3X Definitions - Part 2 of 5
 
C3X Definitions - Part 3 of 5
 
C3X Definitions - Part 4 of 5
 
C3X Definitions - Part 5 of 5
 
Dancing the Matrix Concept
This paper describes a method of thinking about the Matrix concept.
 
Four Calls from Unusual Setups
This workshop focuses on doing certain calls from unusual setups. The calls I use are Acey Deucey, Horseshoe Turn, Load the Boat, and Pass and Roll. The .first three of these calls are interesting because they have di.fferent parts for the centers and ends. Often, both the centers' and ends' parts can be done from several di.fferent setups. This gives us quite a variety of overall starting setups for the call.
 
The 3 by 1 Concept
This definition accurately describes previously-used calls such as Checkmate (and even Transfer!) and allows the 3 by 1 concept to be applied to many other calls.
 
The 3 By 3 Concept
The 3 by 3 concept clarifies the 12 Matrix concept since it provides a well-defined method of converting 8-person calls to 12-person calls.
 
The Fractional Twosome Concept
The Fractional Twosome Concept is a new method of working jointly with another dancer.
 
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