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Traditional dance lessons for public

BRATISLAVA V-Club will hold another dance lesson in the series The House of Traditional Dances on November 4 at 19:00.
A group of dancers called Dragúni (Dragoons) will teach visitors how to dance traditional dances from the Čierny Balog region in central Slovakia to the Julo Bartoš-Šuka folk band, which comes from the region. The band Muzička will also play and the dance techniques will be projected on the wall.

BRATISLAVA V-Club will hold another dance lesson in the series The House of Traditional Dances on November 4 at 19:00.

A group of dancers called Dragúni (Dragoons) will teach visitors how to dance traditional dances from the Čierny Balog region in central Slovakia to the Julo Bartoš-Šuka folk band, which comes from the region. The band Muzička will also play and the dance techniques will be projected on the wall.

The Dance House is a regular event held for those interested in learning traditional dances, practicing techniques taught at previous lessons, or simply for those who want to see performances by professional folklorists. Scheduled for every first Tuesday of the month, each lesson features a particular Slovak region or dance. Admission is Sk70. For more information call 0905/316-272 or 0908/770-410.

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