Klezmer and Balkan dances with live music

with Georg Brinkmann, Stefanie Hölzle & Daniel Marsch

in cooperation with the LAG Tanz RLP e.V.

The lively music of the Jews and Roma of Eastern Europe and the Balkans is usually played in concert in this country. With the rousing rhythms, however, the legs of the listeners twitch involuntarily. No wonder - after all, Yiddish dances and Balkan dances were and are danced to this celebratory music at weddings and other festivities for days and nights! All age groups are integrated, you usually don't need a partner and you quickly have the opportunity to communicate with others and find your own expression. The simple basic steps of the circle and line dances develop to the music as if by themselves, are easy to learn even without previous experience and are a lot of fun. Although there are of course many good sound recordings, it is a special experience to dance to authentic live music.

Teaching team:

The successful klezmer clarinetist and singer Georg Brinkmann learned Yiddish dance from teachers in New York, Krakow, Montreal, Weimar and Fürth. He has been leading balls and workshops in Yiddish dance for over 10 years. Stefanie Hölzle plays the violin in various music groups - including the duo "Tangoyim" with Daniel Marsch (an experienced and sought-after accordionist in various klezmer and world music bands) - and has been teaching Balkan and other Eastern European dances for over 15 years. Together, the three instructors regularly offer dance workshops with live music, e.g. at the Klezmer Tantshoyz in Bonn or at the Farbrausch dance festival in Wuppertal.

Number of participants: approx.25
Course start: Saturday, 17.09.2022, 14.00
Course end: Sunday, 18.09.2022, 17:00

incl.board and lodging for LAG-members 52,50 € (single supplement 10 €), price for non-members on request.

Registration deadline: 17.07.2022 (later booking only after consultation and with 10 € surcharge)

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Notes on registration: Registration via the homepage of LAG Tanz RLP

This course is recognised by the Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz under Az. MA.2240 as serving official interests.