Monday, September 24, 2018 / 18:00 - 21:00
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68 years of Hungarian folk dancing
ATTENTION! The electrical power has been restored, the event will take place as described below. Please re-confirm your intention to attend by submitting a new reservation no later than 1 PM on Monday. We thank you in advance!
It was wild flower, blooming rose, it brought fire, life, and it wept tears when it sang about it…
|The Canadian tour is sponsored by Studio Art|
18:00 — Dinner
19:00 — Show
About the Dancers
The Vadrózsák (Dog Rose) Ensemble was formed on the spring of 1950 through the fusion of several smaller dance groups. The goal of the founding members was to preserve and promote the values of the Hungarian folk art, music and dance. Later on they picked the name of Dog Rose for the ensemble for the qualities of the plant itself: it is a wild flower, it grows in groups, and it is very resistant.
The repertoire of the Vadrózsák is very broad, encompassing almost every corner and hidden region of the Carpathian Basin. They are striving for authenticity, purity and completeness, and they bring forward the uniqueness of the Hungarian folk dances.
The history of the ensemble (in Hungarian)
|Introduction (in Hungarian)|
On the Menu
We can only guarantee the seating for reservations received in time, and dining is by reservations only. Please make yours by 9 PM on Friday prior to the event. Reservations successfully submitted through the web are confirmed by e-mail.
Bookings are closed for this event.