Greek Folk Music & Dance

Greek folk music and dances that are part of the Hellenic Dancers of NJ's extensive repertoire.
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Join us for our 2017 Taverna Night on 1/28/17 celebrating our 45th Anniversary!

Join us for our 2017 Taverna Night on 1/28/17 celebrating our 45th Anniversary!

The Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey will be having a free performance at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29 held at the Crossroads Theatre  sponsored by the Middlesex County Office of Culture and Heritage. https://www.tapinto.net/articles/greece-is-the-word-celebrate-greek-culture-with

Greece is the Word - Celebrate Greek Culture with Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey

The Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey will be having a free performance at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29 held at the Crossroads Theatre sponsored by the Middlesex County Office of Culture and Heritage. https://www.tapinto.net/articles/greece-is-the-word-celebrate-greek-culture-with

Save the Date! HDNJ and special musical guests will be performing at Greek Heritage Day with the NJ Devils on 10/31! Game time is 1 pm. Advance ticket purchase through our special link will get you a special group rate/group section, free t-shirt, free hat and other goodies. Link is live from 9/8 - 10/30. newjerseydevils.com/greek - use promo code: GREEK We hope that you will come out and paint the Prudential Center Greek blue!!

Save the Date! HDNJ and special musical guests will be performing at Greek Heritage Day with the NJ Devils on 10/31! Game time is 1 pm. Advance ticket purchase through our special link will get you a special group rate/group section, free t-shirt, free hat and other goodies. Link is live from 9/8 - 10/30. newjerseydevils.com/greek - use promo code: GREEK We hope that you will come out and paint the Prudential Center Greek blue!!

Photo of a woman wearing the bridal costume of Episkopi, Imathia, Macedonia. Early 20th century  © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Photo of a woman wearing the bridal costume of Episkopi, Imathia, Macedonia. Early 20th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

A little glimpse into the traditional Greek folk dances, signature routines, and handmade folk costumes of the Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey! Enjoy our promotional video!

A little glimpse into the traditional Greek folk dances, signature routines, and handmade folk costumes of the Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey! Enjoy our promotional video!

Τσακώνικος - Tsakonikos is danced by men and women in Tsakonia, Peloponnese. The dancers hold hands in an “agkaze” handhold. The dance represents the mythological entry and exit of Theseus from the labyrinth. Therefore, when Tsakonikos is danced, the line coils like a snake. When the first dancer wished to uncoil the line then the first two dancers make arch under which all other pass.

Τσακώνικος - Tsakonikos is danced by men and women in Tsakonia, Peloponnese. The dancers hold hands in an “agkaze” handhold. The dance represents the mythological entry and exit of Theseus from the labyrinth. Therefore, when Tsakonikos is danced, the line coils like a snake. When the first dancer wished to uncoil the line then the first two dancers make arch under which all other pass.

Ελένη Κάθονταν - Eleni Kathontan. A traditional song and dance from Melenikitsi, Serres. This dance is usually is performed by women who sing the song while they dance.

Ελένη Κάθονταν - Eleni Kathontan. A traditional song and dance from Melenikitsi, Serres. This dance is usually is performed by women who sing the song while they dance.

Founded in 1972, The Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey, is a group of 40 young adults who are first, second, or third generation Greek-Americans, and are dedicated to perpetuating their heritage through enthusiastic performances of the regional folk dances of Greece.  Performed in authentic ethnic dress, the Hellenic's wardrobe represents the regions from which the dances originated, including: Macedonia, Thrace, the Peloponnese, Epiros, Roumeli, Crete, Cyprus, the various island groups; and…

Founded in 1972, The Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey, is a group of 40 young adults who are first, second, or third generation Greek-Americans, and are dedicated to perpetuating their heritage through enthusiastic performances of the regional folk dances of Greece. Performed in authentic ethnic dress, the Hellenic's wardrobe represents the regions from which the dances originated, including: Macedonia, Thrace, the Peloponnese, Epiros, Roumeli, Crete, Cyprus, the various island groups; and…

Tα πουλιά τoυ Μάη: ένα παραδοσιακό τραγούδι της Μάνης από τον Νικόλα Μητσοβολέα. The Birds of May is a traditional Greek folk song from the region of Mani, Laconia in the Peloponnese.

Tα πουλιά τoυ Μάη: ένα παραδοσιακό τραγούδι της Μάνης από τον Νικόλα Μητσοβολέα. The Birds of May is a traditional Greek folk song from the region of Mani, Laconia in the Peloponnese.

Come see the Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey showcase traditional Greek folk dances and costumes at our upcoming performances!

Come see the Hellenic Dancers of New Jersey showcase traditional Greek folk dances and costumes at our upcoming performances!

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