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Monday Night English Country Dances

The Baltimore Folk Music Society presents English Country Dancing from 8:00 p.n. to 10:30 p.m. every Monday at St. Mark's on the Hill Parish Hall, 1620 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville MD, (1/2 mile inside the Baltimore Beltway - I-695 - at Exit 20 South). 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.

Directions to St. Marks Church

Please download a English Dance flier for more information.

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Please Note

The BFMS Monday night English Country Dance will raise its admission rates to match the other BFMS dances, starting on February 5, 2018. New rates are $9 for members, $13 for nonmembers. Under 21 and full-time students with IDs: $4 members, $6 non-members.

Event Dates

Monday, March 26 2018 

Sharon McKinley calls the figures; music by Elke Baker (violin), Tom Wright (mandolin), and Jonathan Jensen (piano and more)

Monday, April 02 2018 

Free New Dancer Orientation at 7:45

April Blum calls to the music of Emily Aubrey (violin), Mark Vidor (accordion), and Judy Meyers (piano)

Monday, April 09 2018 
Ann Fallon calls to the music of Robin Wilson (flute and concertina), Wayne Hankin (winds), and Jonathan Jensen (piano and more)
Monday, April 16 2018 
Sharon McKinley will be the caller; music provided by Carl Friedman (violin), Steve Epstein (clarinet), and Ben Hobbs (piano)
Monday, April 23 2018 
Emily Aubrey calls the figures; music by Susan Brandt (flute), Tom Wright (mandolin), and Liz Donaldson (piano)
Monday, April 30 2018 
Diane Schmit calls the figures; music by Jeff Steinberg (violin), Dave Crandall (winds), and Janina O'Brien (piano and more)