Délibáb Hungarian Folk Dance Ensemble holds alive the folk dances of Carpathian Basin by teaching them on a regular basis to its members and to everyone who joins the classes; by organising folk dance houses, where everybody can dance spontaneously on his/her own for live music; and occasionally by representing Hungarian folk dances on stage and by flashmobs.
By doing these the Ensemble follows the Hungarian folk dance movement, dating back to 1972. For its events, Délibáb sometimes invites famous folk musicians and dancers to teach or to play for the New York community.
Beginners and advanced dancers are equally welcome, with or without a partner!
Classes: every Tuesday, 7 pm – 10 pm.