CLINIC ID 63
Teaching Hutton's Sabre System of the 1890sONLINE
April 02, 2022 to June 18, 2022
Fee for USFCA members: $45
Fee for non-USFCA members: $56
Alfred Hutton was one of the key figures in the rebirth of amateur fencing in England during the Victorian sports revival of the late 1800s. As a former cavalry officer, he was also a strong advocate for the sabre as a military weapon. This clinic provides an overview of Hutton’s dismounted sabre system as an important part of the history of sabre fencing and as a window into classical period teaching methods and the complexity of classical technique. This is a Zoom clinic taught in 12 online sessions.
How to sign up: Register online at http://classicalacademyofarms.org/clinics.
Alternatively you can download the PDF with the clinic details