Tanztag Rhein-Main on Sa, 21.10.2017

As one of the oldest cultural practices of mankind, dance is all around us. The earliest images of dancing figures can be found in Stone Age rock paintings and today, dance has taken on a myriad of forms both in pop culture as well as in art. Dance is a part of regional tradition, it helps establish cultural identity and forms communities. On all continents and in all cultures, young and old alike all dance. The overwhelming number of different dance styles, their relationship to music and complex costumes, to rituals and ceremony, illustrates the immense importance that dance has always had for humankind. One of the reasons why dance has always been passed on and continually developed over the centuries as a thing of cultural value is doubtlessly also the fact that – whether praticed alone, as a couple or in a larger group – it is simply unbelievably fun.

The Tanztag event in the Rhine-Main area is one-of-a-kind in Germany. For one entire day, institutions across the region offer trial classes in every dance style from classical ballet and contemporary dance to historical folk dancing and flamenco, hip hop and swing. This single day not only illustrates the astounding diversity of dance in the region, but also allows everyone and anyone to experience and (re)discover this singular art form and the many different dance styles available.

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Glittering Party at the evening

The grand finale is a glittering party at the evening in Künstlerhaus Mousonturm which spotlights collective dancing. To close the day of dancing together and to celebrate themselves, various dances are introduced and collectively danced by the attendants.

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It’s just a great way to get to know new dance styles and teachers, to dip in the great toe and – above all! – to get the desire to want ‘more’ […]
A course participant

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A succesful day! The Tanzfest in the Union Halle was especially great, such a wonderful idea to let the course leaders instruct short choreographies. It has been a long time since I have experienced such a great sense of community and joy on a party
A Tanzfest participant

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I didn‘t know that even daddies and Grandpas can dance ‘Bollywood’. But here the grandchildren seemed to be the motivating factor. I would very much like to participate again next year. The most important thing on such a day is, that people who don’t have the financial capabilities are also enabled to enjoy so many different dance styles and that families can experience dance together.
A course leader

Tanztag partners 2017:

Academia de Tango
ADTV Tanzschule Monika Bauer
Afrikanischer Tanz – Musik, Bewegung, Lebensfreude – Franziska Obst
AFRO-inspirierter Tanz mit Live-Musik (Angelika Renk)
AMANUSA Fitness & Beauty für Frauen
Associação de Capoeira Angola Dobrada e.V.
Ballett im Hof Birgit Nitsch
Beaux & Belles Square Dance Club e.V.
Birgit Schaarschmidt
Christian Griesbeck
die Tanzschule C. Weber GmbH
Dresden Frankfurt Dance Company
Fiddle & Feet School of Dancing
Flamencoschule Aviles
Flamencoschule JALEO
Folk Club Frankfurt e.V.
Fortlaufende Kurse in Modern Dance, Zeitgenössischer Tanz und Yoga in Frankfurt
Frankfurt Scottish Country Dance Club
Groove Dance Classes
Hanan Kadur
Haus der Begegnung
in Bewegung mit Steffi Rose
Institut Rummel
Internationales Tanzensemble SLAWIA
Irish Set Dance
Katia Dalila
Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft (LAG) Tanz Hessen e.V.
Layam
Locomotion Tanzbühne
MA CoDE – Master of Contemporary Dance Education
Mainhattan Salsa
Mareike Buchmann
Marica Kersten – TanzRaum Darmstadt
Maykel Melo Martinez
OT pur – Frankfurter Bauchtanzschule
Pachamama Bolivia
Polnische Folkloregruppe POLONEZ e.V.
Praxis Beate Lugner für systemische Beratung und ganzheitliche Bewegungsangebote
Puerta del Sol e.V.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Club Jeunesse e.V.
Schwarz-Silber e.V. – Club zur Pflege des Tanzsports
Sibylle Magel
Simone Obenhack
SPIEL-RÄUME / ERFAHR-RÄUME
Tanzen in der Erlösergemeinde
Tanzgruppe der Griechischen Gemeinde in Frankfurt und Umgebung
Tanzsportabteilung der SG Sossenheim
Tanzsportabteilung im Lufthansa Sportverein Frankfurt e.V.
Tanz- und Yogastudio Alexander Wolf & Michaela Pludra-Wolf
TanzSportKreis Goldstein e.V.
Tanzstudio Dance Line / Open Aerial Dance
TSC Schwarz-Weiß-Blau i.d. TSG Nordwest 1898 Frankfurt e.V.
Urban Movement Studio
Verein zur Förderung und Pflege der Tanzkultur e.V.
vhs Hochtaunus
Volkshochschule Frankfurt am Main
Yanacona – kolumbianischer Kulturverein e.V.
Zentrum für Hochschulsport

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