Masquerade Waltz 2014
UPDATE: To maintain a balance of leads and follows at the dance, we are currently limiting follows. Follows, please email Gavin@CenturyBallroom.com to be placed on a wait list. When we are able to let you in we will email you instructions. Couples and single leads are still able to purchase tickets normally
Heber Farnsworth has posted Flicker galleries of the previous Masquerade Waltzes.
That was the best dance I ever went to, the Masquerade Ball.
My partner for the first few dances was an excellent dancer, nimble, humorous and silent. I didn't know who she was and I suspect she didn't know who I was. The mystery enhanced our dances all of our focus on the music and movement. We finished with our hands over our hearts to show our joy for sharing a special moment. Only at a masquerade....
~Dale Lear, Seattle
The Masquerade was a delightful evening and a visual feast! Looking forward to next year.
~ Nancy Matela, Portland
Not an obligatory thank-you note: This is, instead, an impetuous outburst of appreciation for that one-of-a-kind event that you all created last night. The masquerade was a seamless flow of beauty, art, and dance enveloped in music and mystery. Did I mention the music? The music was one amazing performance after another.
The evening was a celebration of creativity. It displayed the kind of extraordinary talent we have in Seattle. And the dancers showed up in all their glory! The dance floor literally buzzed with intrigue, playfulness, delight. Thank you for offering us the opportunity to do something out of the ordinary. Events mark our lives and give us context for our memories. Thank you for this joyful memory.
~ Dev Hart, Seattle
I had a lovely, sinuous waltz with an engaging masked woman. When the music stopped, we had a slow, hesitant parting. I easily caressed her arm, then her hand, and it should have been over. But there was a lingering, almost yearning finger caress, and a last-instant slight hooking of my fingertips, which she returned, exactly as if anticipated.
We were just dancers moving on, but we parted like lovers...under the spell of the masks.
~ Anonymous (by request)
915 E. Pine Street, 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98122
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