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Greek Dance Classes

On December 14th, all sections of adult language will meet for dinner at 6pm.  Please contact course instructor for details. 

December 14th will be the last adult dance class of the quarter. 

Thursday adult language classes and adult dance classes will resume on January 11th, 2018 at regular times. 

 

Adult Dance classes are currently offered in the basic/beginner level and intermediate/advanced level. Beginner dance class will run on Thursday evenings from 6:15-6:45 PM and the intermediate/advanced dance class will run from 6:45-7:15 PM. Beginner classes will run at a slower pace and focus on traditional Greek dances that you would typically see at weddings, baptisms and other functions. Intermediate/advanced dance classes will include a wide-array of dances from the main land, Greek islands, Cyprus and many more! Dance memberships are available for students interested in classes from September – May.

 

If you would like to schedule private Greek dance lessons for you or your group, please contact Dimitra Georgouses, Education and Public Programs Manager, at dgeorgouses@hellenicmuseum.org or call (312) 655-1234, ext. 29.

 

Learn traditional and celebrational Greek dances! All classes cover the basic Pan-Hellenic dances: Kalamatiano, Xasaposerviko, and Tsamiko at the beginning of the session. Classes are offered for students ages 15 and up on Thursdays during the school year from 7-8pm. Drop-in students of all dance abilities are welcome, but registration is preferred.

 

Please use the form below or call (312) 655-1234, ext. 10 to register you or your group.
Classes are $10, members pay $8. Payment may be taken over the phone or at the door.
10 Session Punch cards are available: $90 for nonmembers and $80 for NHM Members

 

Dance memberships are available for a full year of weekly dance classes: $250 for nonmembers, $225 for NHM members

 

 

GREEK DANCE REGISTRATION FORM

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For more information, contact

Dimitra Georgouses, Education and Public Programs Manager
(312) 655-1234, ext. 29
dgeorgouses@hellenicmuseum.org