Folkdancing is fun! If you like world music and like to dance, try folkdancing! You will learn basic steps of line and couple dancing used in many other types of dance. Newcomers of any age are welcome! No experience necessary, and no partner is necessary. Dress is casual.
New: we are dancing in Ballantine Hall, Room 003 (right by the big globe), starting 7:30 p.m. Friday April 26, 2013.
All are welcome! There is no fee.
The I.U. International Folkdancers meet every week on the Indiana University campus for free folkdance instruction and request dancing. We dance every Friday 7 or 7:30-9:30pm in the Indiana Memorial Union, but location can vary. Dances are taught the first hour and request dancing with some instruction the second hour.
Watch for location changes. Sometimes we dance in Sycamore Hall Room 103 (SY 103) or Ballantine Hall, Room 003, when the Union has no room. Campus map/directions available at http://www.iub.edu/~iubmap/
We dance to recorded music especially from Europe and the Middle East, with some dances from the Americas, Asia and Africa. Dances are easy, intermediate and advanced. We sometimes include a Balkan singing session.
The IU International Folkdancers performance group performs for IU and for the community at large; here are some photos. Please contact Leah Savion, lsavion [at] indiana.edu for more information
Last updated: April 26, 2013