Carpathia Folk Dance Ensemble is proud to have partnered with incredible cultural organizations in the Washington DC area, danced on some of the most incredible stages, and shared those stages with inspiring local groups. Here is a list of some of the organizations we have had the fortune of collaborating with:
Corazón Folklórico Dance Company, based in Washington, DC, is a non-profit founded in September 2017 dedicated to honoring and preserving the art of ballet folklórico, or traditional Mexican dance. Mexican culture is vibrant and diverse, even within the regions of Mexico. Corazón promotes and celebrates the cultural diversity of Mexico through its dance performances throughout the year and by building a community of passionate dancers from the DMV area. Corazón seeks to create a space where anyone can participate in the joy and art of Ballet Folklórico by offering free classes to adults held at the Spanish Education and Development Center in Petworth and at the Mexican Cultural Institute of Washington, DC. To join the free weekly classes email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about performances visit CorazónFolkloricoDC.com or our Facebook or Instagram pages.
Kalinka Dance Ensemble of Baltimore is a performer of traditional (charachter) Russian and Central European dance in Baltimore/Washington DC area. We offer dance lessons for children and adults; participate in folklore and Community Festivals, and provide cultural entertainment at weddings, corporate parties, churches, schools, and community celebrations.
Tisza Ensemble celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. Their mission is to preserve the dance house movement in the Hungarian diaspora by teaching the original, improvised dances and performing choreographies based on them. Tisza dancers learn this village style before taking part in choreographies. Tisza also holds social dances and sponsors professional folk dance teachers and musicians from Hungary.