International seminar of Israeli folk dances
We invite you to the 22nd annual seminar
July 22 – 26, 2020, Kralupy nad Vltavou, Czech Republic
MACHOL Czechia is an international seminar of Israeli folk dances. Thanks to its family atmosphere, carefully chosen Israeli teachers and nice participating dancers it is much more than just a dance seminar – it is rather a gathering of old and new friends. We will be happy to welcome you too.
This year we invite four teachers, who will no doubt bring us precise teaching, a lot of energy and joy of Israeli folk dances: Boaz COHEN, Eli SEGAL, Eyal OZERI and Michal BACHAR.
The program of the seminar ensures full experience of Israeli dances – we will learn new as well as older ones, circle, line and couple dances… During the days there are dance lessons with a lot of teaching, in the evenings there are long dance sessions and other activities. The seminar includes also outside dancing for the public, workshops on different topics and more.
The seminar takes place in town of Kralupy nad Vltavou, which is about 30 minutes from Prague by train. It begins on Wednesday afternoon and finishes on Sunday by lunch.
The hotel we will stay in has double rooms with a private bathroom. The hotel restaurant will provide us with full board, there will be light refreshment available during dance lessons too. The food is not kosher, but it is cooked in accordance to the basic kashrut rules: no pork, no mixing milk and meat. Vegetarian meals are available on request too. The gym is located directly behind the hotel we will stay in.
The fee includes accommodation, full board, light refreshment during dance sessions, T-shirt, music and videos of taught dances, a lot of fun and much more…
Standard fee 300 EUR
Early registration (till 1st May 2020) 280 EUR
Last year participants 260 EUR
Discount for participants from Eastern Europe 30 EUR from above mentioned fees
The registration will be available here from March.
Looking forward to dance in one circle with you!
MACHOL Czechia 2020 is supported by The Dutch Jewish Humanitarian Fund, The Foundation For Holocaust Victims and The Jewish Community of Prague.