Táncház (dance-house) is a Hungarian tradition bringing together the youth of the community through music and dance. The term was adopted from a custom in the Transylvanian village of Szék where dances were held at individual’s homes. In the early 1970s a Hungarian roots revival brought the Táncház to the mainstream and gave novice dancers an opportunity to learn from knowledgeable instructors in a party-like setting. These events expanded throughout Hungary and the diaspora into dance halls allowing for larger numbers to attend.
Our next Táncház is scheduled to take place in October 2017!