Folk dance (Frisse Folk) - Muziekpublique Folk dance (Frisse Folk)


Folk dance (Frisse Folk)

Koen Dhondt & Elena Leibbrand
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These courses offer the opportunity to discover traditional dance forms from Western Europe like the waltz, polka, gigue and mazurka. The programme includes dynamic group dances, specific repertoires (Brittany, Sweden, Auvergne etc…) and, of course, dances for couples. You will be able to put into practice everything you have learned at the many folk balls in Brussels. We offer different groups for different levels of ability. There is no need for a partner or previous experience; all the participants dance together in a relaxed atmosphere.

In 2002, Koen Dhondt started giving folk dance classes in Brussels. This quickly resulted in an intensive cooperation with Muziekpublique. Other experienced teachers have since reinforced the team: Elena Leibbrand and Julie Gonzalez.

The association Frisse Folk has become a renowned dance school with around 200 students.

- Full programme of courses in Brussels

- General information (conditions, price etc)

- Prices and discounts for the course

Promotion: If you register before 6 september 2017 and you immediately pay by credit card, you qualify for our promotion: a discount of EUR 10 per person! This promotion is not valid if you pay through bank transfer of cash, or if you pay after 5 september 2017.

The inscriptions are only on the site of Frissfolk

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