Roma Dance Camp – Hungary

By Stichting Maljaki Luludji Roma Folk Music Group from Holland

The Roma Dance Camp will return from Holland to take place in its original, 1981 location in Mateszalka, Hungary. The goal of the camp, as it has been from its inception, is to teach and introduce authentic roma dances, songs and traditions to roma youth and other interested individuals from Hungary and other countries.

This year’s dance camp material will feature roma dances from Nagyecsed (Hungary) and Gernyeszeg (Transylvania). The song and dance instructors are Elsa Balázs, Gusztáv Balázs, György Rommel Bobo, and his assistant Adrienn Gáll. Depending on the number of participants, dance instruction will be available at both the beginner and intermediate level.

Age limit: 14 and over

Daily Schedule:
9:15-12:15, 14:15-17:15 – Song and dance instruction
17:15-18:00 – Video review of past dance camps and other roma dance research materials collected since 1980.

20:30-22:30 – Táncház (Dance party). Musical entertainment provided by Maljaki Luludji and the Görice band

On Thursday, August 8th, the Táncház will include a concert by Maljaki Luludji with the Görice band as guest musicians: Péter Kósa -violin, Krisztina Fekete -kontra and József Musa -bass.

We would like your participation in Friday night’s closing festivities so please bring appropriate costumes if you would like to perform.

Camp Dates: Arrival: August 4, 2013 – Departure: August 10, 2013

Address:Eötvös u. 5-7, Mátészalka 4700, Hungary

Dance instructions will take place in the Art School’s dance hall,
which is approximately 300 meters from the dormitory.

Accommodations: 4-bed dorm rooms. Showers and toilets will be separate
and can be found at the end of the hallway.

Participant fee: 195 €

To confirm participation, please send a 100 € deposit to the below
bank account by March 15, 2013 and the remaining balance by June 15,

Stichting Maljaki Luludji

Herenstraat 9/A

3438 AJ Nieuwegein, NL

Bank: ING Bank  9140527

IBAN: NL 16 INGB 0009 1405 27


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