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SESSIONS OF TRADITIONAL DANCE TUNES
Mondays, 9, 16, 23 & 30 April 2018
20:00 - 22:00
Carpe Kraft, Plac Teatralny 7, Toruń, Poland
WEJśCIóWKA, Plac Teatralny 1, Toruń, Poland
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We invite you to join the common practice of playing traditional dance tunes. We play a traditional repertoire of Polish and Swedish dances as well as balfolk tunes. The session meetings are dedicated for both experienced in playing dance tunes and beginners. Dancers are very welcome at the session meetings too.

April 9th - Carpe Kraft
April 16, 23, 30 - WEJśCIóWKA

Looking for playing traditional tunes together!




N OBROTÓW DANCING CLASSES
Wednesdays, 4, 11, 18 & 25 April 2018
19:30 - 21:30
Studio DFNS, Rynek Nowomiejski 27, Toruń, Poland
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We invite all willing to learn traditional dances for n obrotów dancing classes! In the classes we provide a dance explanation from beginner's and technical tips for already dancers. The plan for the meetings is related to n obrotów dancing parties and concerts to dance. It derives mostly from dance culture of Poland, Sweden and french balfolk. The program of meetings is as follows:


Admission conditions for one hour of classes:


Organizational guidelines:

Welcome!




POTAŃC ŁUDZIKWIAT
Saturday, 21 April 2018
18:30 | 20:00 - 01:00
WEJśCIóWKA, Plac Teatralny 1, Toruń, Poland
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18:30 Amusement for children with traditional music | baja – folk performance
20:00 potańc | concerts for dancers



Potańc Łudzikwiat is a traditional dance party with a music and dance repertoire derived from the old Polish village tradition, but also from the Swedish and French culture and various parts of Europe. The dance evening repertoire will feature traditional dances in pairs, circles or chains. You may expect Polish, Swedish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Breton and French balfolk dances. The Potańc program includes concerts of agregandado and session musicians playing for dancers.
Entrance free and voluntary.

open stage - playlist for artists and bands:
We invite musicians and singers to participate in playing for dancers in the open stage! If you are able to perform dance tunes, you have prepared a repertoire for Polish, Swedish, French, Breton dances, or from other parts of Europe, and willingness to play or sing a few tunes for iniPotańc - you are welcome! In order to ensure a good quality composition of the performances in the Potańc program and for organizational purposes, please complete the short application form.