Monday Night English Country Dances
Please NoteStarting in August, 2018 the Monday English Dance will move to the Church of the Nativity, 6112 York Rd, Baltimore. Directions to Church of the Nativity
The Baltimore Folk Music Society presents English Country Dancing from 8:00 p.n. to 10:30 p.m. every Monday at the Church of the Nativity. 6112 York Rd. Baltimore, MD 21212. Admission is $9 for members, $13 for non-members. Under 21 and full-time students with ID: $4 members, $6 non-members. Beginners are always welcome. All dances are taught.
English Country Dancing is joyous, lively movement to elegant music in a friendly, informal setting. The figures are simple, and each dance is taught and walked through. New dancers are always welcome. Come alone or with a friend. These events are sponsored in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.
For more information call the BFMS hotline at 888-646-BFMS.
Please download a English Dance flier for more information.
Please see our Behavior Policy
Students dance Free in SeptemberStudents (under 21 or full-time students of any age) dance free in September.
Please download a flier.
Event DatesMonday, September 24 2018
NOTE: NEW VENUE Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter
Ann Fallon calls the figures; music by Elke Baker (violin), Steve Epstein (clarinet), and Francine Krasowska (piano)
Monday, October 01 2018
Free New Dancer Orientation at 7:45
April Blum calls to the music of Emily Aubrey (violin), Steve Epstein (clarinet), and Ben Hobbs (piano)
Monday, October 08 2018
Tom Spilsbury calls to music by Carl Friedman (violin), Marty Taylor (winds and concertina), and Janina O'Brien (piano)
Monday, October 15 2018
Sharon McKinley will be the caller; music provided by Emily Aubrey (violin), Robin Wilson (flute and concertina), and Liz Donaldson (piano)
Monday, October 22 2018
The caller will be Tom Hinds; music by the fabulous Geud Band of Baltimore
Monday, October 29 2018
Halloween! Come dressed as your favorite dance! Diane Schmit calls the figures; music by Jeff Steinberg (violin), Dave Crandall (winds), and Francine Krasowska (piano)