Forrás Past Instructors

   The unique characteristic of Hungarian folk dance is individuality. Alone or as a couple, opportunity exits for personal expression and influence by ones local community.

   Our past instructors have crafted the building of the Forrás repertoire based on the old and dialect 10,000 dances from some 700 villages identified by the Folk Music Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

   Instructors in Europe exposed characteristics of the mixed round dances from "csángó" at Gyimes and dignity of the slow csárdás through to the exuberance of the quick csárdás.

   Whether one looks at the 1st Forrás performance at the 1979 WCHFF or many events since then, instructors helped Forrás refine the core styles of: Karikázó (circle dances accompanied by unisono song), Ugrós (jumping dances), Csárdás (the Hungarian national dances), Verbunkos (recruiting performances) and Legényes (men's solo dances of ethnic Hungarians from the Kalotaszeg region of Transylvania).

Past instructors who have helped our dancers include: Juhász Erika, Andó Ilona, Strack Orsolya, Kökény Ricsi, Majorosi Marianna, Kádár Ignácz, Nagypál Anett, Gerlecz Laci, Gerlecz Edit, Fundák Kristóf, Kaszai Lilli, Gémesi Zoltán, Biró Zsuzsi, Molnár Siegi

...This Page Under Construction as we collect more names of people to acknowledge, pictures and information about the training they provided.

Forrás Past Instructors

   The unique characteristic of Hungarian folk dance is individuality. Alone or as a couple, opportunity exits for personal expression and influence by ones local community.

   Our past instructors have crafted the building of the Forrás repertoire based on the old and dialect 10,000 dances from some 700 villages identified by the Folk Music Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

   Instructors in Europe exposed characteristics of the mixed round dances from "csángó" at Gyimes and dignity of the slow csárdás through to the exuberance of the quick csárdás.

   Whether one looks at the 1st Forrás performance at the 1979 WCHFF or many events since then, instructors helped Forrás refine the core styles of: Karikázó (circle dances accompanied by unisono song), Ugrós (jumping dances), Csárdás (the Hungarian national dances), Verbunkos (recruiting performances) and Legényes (men's solo dances of ethnic Hungarians from the Kalotaszeg region of Transylvania).

Past instructors who have helped our dancers include: Juhász Erika, Andó Ilona, Strack Orsolya, Kökény Ricsi, Majorosi Marianna, Kádár Ignácz, Nagypál Anett, Gerlecz Laci, Gerlecz Edit, Fundák Kristóf, Kaszai Lilli, Gémesi Zoltán, Biró Zsuzsi, Molnár Siegi

...This Page Under Construction as we collect more names of people to acknowledge, pictures and information about the training they provided.

Forrás Past Instructors

   The unique characteristic of Hungarian folk dance is individuality. Alone or as a couple, opportunity exits for personal expression and influence by ones local community.

   Our past instructors have crafted the building of the Forrás repertoire based on the old and dialect 10,000 dances from some 700 villages identified by the Folk Music Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

   Instructors in Europe exposed characteristics of the mixed round dances from "csángó" at Gyimes and dignity of the slow csárdás through to the exuberance of the quick csárdás.

   Whether one looks at the 1st Forrás performance at the 1979 WCHFF or many events since then, instructors helped Forrás refine the core styles of: Karikázó (circle dances accompanied by unisono song), Ugrós (jumping dances), Csárdás (the Hungarian national dances), Verbunkos (recruiting performances) and Legényes (men's solo dances of ethnic Hungarians from the Kalotaszeg region of Transylvania).

Past instructors who have helped our dancers include: Juhász Erika, Andó Ilona, Strack Orsolya, Kökény Ricsi, Majorosi Marianna, Kádár Ignácz, Nagypál Anett, Gerlecz Laci, Gerlecz Edit, Fundák Kristóf, Kaszai Lilli, Gémesi Zoltán, Biró Zsuzsi, Molnár Siegi

...This Page Under Construction as we collect more names of people to acknowledge, pictures and information about the training they provided.

Forrás Past Instructors

   The unique characteristic of Hungarian folk dance is individuality. Alone or as a couple, opportunity exits for personal expression and influence by ones local community.

   Our past instructors have crafted the building of the Forrás repertoire based on the old and dialect 10,000 dances from some 700 villages identified by the Folk Music Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

   Instructors in Europe exposed characteristics of the mixed round dances from "csángó" at Gyimes and dignity of the slow csárdás through to the exuberance of the quick csárdás.

   Whether one looks at the 1st Forrás performance at the 1979 WCHFF or many events since then, instructors helped Forrás refine the core styles of: Karikázó (circle dances accompanied by unisono song), Ugrós (jumping dances), Csárdás (the Hungarian national dances), Verbunkos (recruiting performances) and Legényes (men's solo dances of ethnic Hungarians from the Kalotaszeg region of Transylvania).

Past instructors who have helped our dancers include: Juhász Erika, Andó Ilona, Strack Orsolya, Kökény Ricsi, Majorosi Marianna, Kádár Ignácz, Nagypál Anett, Gerlecz Laci, Gerlecz Edit, Fundák Kristóf, Kaszai Lilli, Gémesi Zoltán, Biró Zsuzsi, Molnár Siegi

...This Page Under Construction as we collect more names of people to acknowledge, pictures and information about the training they provided.

Forrás  Past Instructors

   The unique characteristic of Hungarian folk dance is individuality. Alone or as a couple, opportunity exits for personal expression and influence by ones local community.

   Our past instructors have crafted the building of the Forrás repertoire based on the old and dialect 10,000 dances from some 700 villages identified by the Folk Music Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

   Instructors in Europe exposed characteristics of the mixed round dances from "csángó" at Gyimes and dignity of the slow csárdás through to the exuberance of the quick csárdás.

   Whether one looks at the 1st Forrás performance at the 1979 WCHFF or many events since then, instructors helped Forrás refine the core styles of: Karikázó (circle dances accompanied by unisono song), Ugrós (jumping dances), Csárdás (the Hungarian national dances), Verbunkos (recruiting performances) and Legényes (men's solo dances of ethnic Hungarians from the Kalotaszeg region of Transylvania).

Past instructors who have helped our dancers include: Juhász Erika, Andó Ilona, Strack Orsolya, Kökény Ricsi, Majorosi Marianna, Kádár Ignácz, Nagypál Anett, Gerlecz Laci, Gerlecz Edit, Fundák Kristóf, Kaszai Lilli, Gémesi Zoltán, Biró Zsuzsi, Molnár Siegi

...This Page Under Construction as we collect more names of people to acknowledge, pictures and information about the training they provided.