Klezmer + BalFolk Dance Party with Plumb, Meyers, McNamara & Pribac

Sat 25th May 2019
St James Hall, 462 Elizabeth St, New Town
(opposite Blue Gum, off Rupert Ave, behind church)

Klezmer and pan-European music from a powerhouse trio:
World renowned mandolin virtuoso Luke Plumb (Shooglenifty) has established a reputation as a driving force in acoustic music on the global stage.
With their energetic and joyfully unrestrained music, Rachel Meyers and Dave McNamara have delighted audiences from some of Europe's liveliest bars and music festivals to the wettest, coldest and darkest street corners.
Special guest: Fred Pribac on bass.

Caller: David Wanless

Lively, fun Klezmer, French and other European dances

Tickets at the door: $18 / $16 (conc)/ $15 (mem) / $9 (f/t student).

Dress fancy - it's a party! Will your outfit be:
1. Classy,
2. Flamboyant,
3. Whimsical,
4. Outrageous, or
5. Zany?
Of course it's not essential to dress up, but it adds to the fun, so be creative.
???Glowsticks available and we will have some special lighting, including a little UV, so white clothing will shine.???

All dances taught. No dancing experience or partner required but you're welcome to bring either.
All ages welcome.
Please bring some supper to share.

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Facebook/Meetup: dance folk tasmania

Folk Federation of Tasmania Inc

Klezmer dances are fun and simple, social, East European Jewish dances.

BalFolk dancing is popular social dancing from Western Europe, a recent revival of traditional, mostly French, folk dances. Thousands of people of all ages attend festivals such as Boombal (BE), Damada (FR), Andanšas (PT), Gran Bal Trad (IT) and the Grand bal de l'Europe (FR). There are vibrant folk dance scenes in towns and cities across Northern Europe, France and Italy, and a growing dance scene in London.

If you're not smiling, you're not dancing!