Wherever you are in the world, you can join RSCDS members and Branches for our Annual General Meeting. Usually held in Perth, Scotland, this event will be hosted entirely online in 2020.
This year, the RSCDS AGM is going online...
The 2020 AGM was livestreamed on Saturday 7 November at 2pm GMT.
Delegates and observers were invited to attend the meeting which was also recorded and is now available below.
Please click on the links below to view the relevant documents:
We have produced a brief report which summarises the full Trustees' Report and Accounts and provides an update on what has happened since the end of the financial year. We hope Branches and Delegates will find this useful.
|Management Board||Chair Elect||William Williamson|
|Membership Services Committee||Convenor Elect||Angela Young|
|Youth Services Committee||Convenor Elect||No nominations received|
3 years - Trevor Clarke, Neil Copland and Fiona Grant
2 years - David Macdonald, Jane Meikle and Joan Nesbitt
|Membership Services Committee||Members||Ainslie Dunnett and Keith Rose|
|Youth Services Committee||Members||Abigail Brown|
|Education & Training Committee||Members||Oluf Olufsen and Rachel Shankland|
On Saturday 7th November, following on from the AGM afternoon, there will be a DSAH evening event.
Sign in from 19:45 GMT and chat with the global dance community.
Then at 20:00 GMT join us for “Dance Scottish An Autumn Evening”
Zoom Passcode: 516760
A playlist of 9 popular dances to RSCDS recorded music accompanied by videos of dancing moments from RSCDS events with photos and background dance information. Join in wherever you are with The Duke of Perth; Links with St Petersburg; Minister on the Loch; The Reel of the 51st Division; Pelorus Jack; Miss Gibson’s Strathspey; The Ullapool Ferry; Asilomar Romantic and finishing with the Flying Scotsman.
The Summer Celebration comes to the Autumn Evening with Musical Collaborations from the Summer Musicians’ Workshops.
The evening will also include an Autumn Evening Interval featuring Jimmie Hill and Maureen Rutherford and inspiring us with tales of dancing and music of the past.
Enjoy from the sofa or dance around the living room! As usual, the Chat will be open for the worldwide dance community to connect with each other. We look forward to joining you virtually on Saturday 7th November for “Dance Scottish An Autumn Evening”.