The House of Traditional Dances – November 2017
DRAGÚNI invite you to
THE HOUSE OF TRADITIONAL DANCES – DANCE PARTY in the CENTRE of BRATISLAVA CITY at kc DUNAJ, Nedbalova 3 Bratislava
9th of November 2017 at 8.00 pm
HOUSE OF TRADITIONAL DANCES
Dribna a čardáš from village Kyjov (region Šariš)
čardáš from village Dlhé Klčovo (region Zemplín)
Under the leadership of: Marek Sabol a Júlia Leškaničová
Alfred Lincke a Martina Kupcová a.h.
Music: Radoslav Kertis band
Fee: 5 €
tel.: +421908 770 410, mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Next House of Traditional dances with music band Muzička will take place on the 7th of December in kc_Dunaj
Do you want to get familiar with the Slovak traditional dances and culture? Every month there is a House of Traditional Dances organized by the Draguni NGO – a dance party in the centre of Bratislava where you have a chance to learn how to dance to the classic folk music or music of various minority groups. The idea of these events is that there are no performers and spectators, there is just dancing and fun!
WHAT IS HOUSE OF TRADITIONAL DANCES ABOUT?
Rich cultural resources, unique geographic location preserving various shades of temperament, natural communicativeness of music, dance and interactions with the public are the fundamental pillars on which the project Tanečný dom / House of Traditional Dances was built. It has been organised in Slovakia (different cities) regularly since 2002. The art project applicable in any region of the world makes space for active entertainment – direct enjoyment and development of traditional music-dance art in its entire spectrum.
A flexible and well-working concept based on knowing the history and traditions, and respecting it, has the ambition to enable all participants to experience first-hand – and help create – a splendid atmosphere of live music, making it a good prospect for applying the project in local, national, international and inter-genre context.
This Dance House has two parts. In the first part, the instructors use video projection of authentic records, focusing on teaching one or two folk dances. In the second part, participants try what they have learned in the first part in a form of free entertainment.
Want to explore the magic of folk songs? Attend the next session organized by the House of Traditional Dances – check their upcoming events page for details on the dates and times :)