Mostly Waltz for Boston
Waltzes and other couple dances
2–5:30 pm selected Sundays, September through May
Concord Scout House, 74 Walden Street, Concord, Massachusetts
March 12: Music by Eric Eid-Reiner and Audrey Knuth
Our March Mostly Waltz begins at 2 pm with a dance lesson, followed by an open dance session, 3–5:30 pm, with great music by The Moving Violations’ Eric Eid-Reiner (piano) and The Free Raisins’ Audrey Knuth (fiddle).
- Admission $12
- FAC members $10
- Young adults $6
- Your second time attending Mostly Waltz is FREE!
Beginners, experienced dancers, singles, and couples are all welcome.
The Folk Arts Center and Mostly Waltz for Boston present Sunday afternoon sessions of live music for waltzing and other couple dances. This series duplicates the Mostly Waltz afternoons held in other cities across North America. Mostly Waltz for Boston also presents occasional special workshops in styles such as cross-step waltz.
The regular Sunday dances in this series feature a lesson in waltz basics, figures, or styles from 2 to 3 pm, followed by live music for dancing until 5:30 pm, with intermediate-level “cool moves” or other dance variations taught during the break, 4:10 to 4:30 pm. A variety of waltz tunes and tempos are played during the session; every third number is a different couple dance, such as a polka, hambo, schottische, swing, tango, one-step, blues, or zwiefacher.
Your donations to the refreshment table are much appreciated. To protect the hall’s wooden floor and to make turning easier, please change from street shoes to clean shoes, ideally leather-soled, before dancing. For the comfort and well-being of all our dancers, especially those with allergies or asthma, the Concord Scout House requests that we do not wear perfume or fragranced personal products at its events. Thank you!
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