on Saturday, March 19th, at 2 o’clock at the Hungarian Museum.
Our presenter will be László Tihanyi, professional Hungarian folk dancer and instructor.
His presentation will describe some of the extensive research done on Hungarian folk dance; the various genres of Hungarian folk dance; the role of the “táncház” movement; and some live presentation of dances and interactive dancing. This promises to be informative and fun!
László Tihanyi was born in Budapest, and began dancing in folk dance ensembles as a teenager. A graduate of the Hungarian Dance Academy, he has performed with countless folk dance ensembles in Hungary. László came to the United States at the invitation of the Eszterlánc Hungarian Folk Ensemble in San Francisco, and since then has been an integral part of the effort to teach Hungarian folk dance throughout America. His effort in promoting Hungarian culture was honored in 2020 by the Hungarian Consulate in Los Angeles. He is currently the artisitic director of the Cleveland Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble.
This program will be in English. Because this this session is in-person only, it will not be recorded for later viewing.
After the program our audience will have the opportunity to meet our presenter and enjoy coffee and refreshments.
The Museum will be open from 1-4 pm; $5 parking is available in the Galleria underground garage. The garage is a credit-card only facility.
Suggested donation: $10 for adults and $5 for students.
A viszontlátásra!!!! See you soon!!