The Indiana University Ballet Department provides the highest level of professional ballet training within an academic, intellectual, and artistic university environment. The department trains dancers of a technical and artistic level who succeed as performers, choreographers, teachers, and administrators. The faculty is comprised of experienced ballet teachers, each with major professional company experience.
IU Ballroom Dance Club is a student-run organization designed to help people learn and develop ballroom dance skills and to promote ballroom dance within our campus and community.
Although affiliated with Indiana University Recreational Sports, the club is open to all members of the community; any interested people over age 18 are invited and encouraged to join us. No experience is necessary.
Fiddle 'n' Feet is Jamie Gans on fiddle and Tamara Loewenthal on feet. We are committed to presenting the very best in percussive dance and traditional music from North America and the Celtic countries. We dance, we sing, we play fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar, jaw harps and more! Our songs and music range from Old Time Appalachian to Irish to French Canadian. In performance, we showcase a variety of step dance styles, from American clogging to English wooden shoe clogging to French Canadian reels and waltzes. We also teach percussive and traditional styles of dance, including calling and playing for square and contra dances. Rhythm is an important component of our work, whether drumming with feet or with our hands against our bodies. We engage our audiences and our students in the joy of movement and sound.
1101 N. Dunn St.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Windfall Dancers is Bloomington's oldest community modern dance collective. We are a fully qualified 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization governed by a board of directors. Windfall is comprised of a community of people who love to dance. Windfall Dancers is always working to make sure that Bloomington has a space where the community can come together to create, learn, and enjoy dance!
The African American Dance Company captures and delivers the spirit of dance styles of the African Diaspora. The company's repertoire consists of original choreography based on a fusion of modern, jazz, African American, Latin American and African Diaspora dance styles.
Practices Sunday 4-6 at Harmony School, 909 E. 2nd St., Bloomington.
Morris dancing is a traditional village festival dance from England. The dances Bloomington Quarry Morris performs are from the Cotswold area of England, as well as some Midwest American dances. Bloomington Quarry has performed at dawn on Mayday at the Courthouse over 25 years, the Shipshewana May festival and ethnic and renaissance festivals in Terre Haute, Indianapolis and South Bend.
Will perform for groups. Looking for new dancers and musicians. Requires once a week commitment October through Memorial Day.
Non-profit association for persons interested in Middle Eastern dance or belly-dance instruction.
From website: "The Indiana State Association of Middle Eastern Teachers and Dancers (ISAMETD)...works to promote shows which will display the talents of the members, creates and supervises classes which educate and train those persons interested in Middle Eastern Dance as an art form, and organizes and promotes educational seminars devoted to gaining historical perspective of Middle Eastern Dance."