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Dutch university students and the Hungarian folk dance at the UP

On the 26 of April the Dancing University had special guests: Dutch university students from Rotterdam visited Pécs and they hobbed in for a quick Hungarian folk dance teaching.

Dutch university students and the Hungarian folk dance at the UP

 

The Dancing University, an absolutely unique leisure-time activity in Hungarian higher education. The project, which offers a wide range of courses in classic, folk and modern dances and other different movements, provides the students and the employees of the different faculties with an excellent opportunity
to meet one another. These courses combine exercise and entertainment and can be taken as sports classes or for credit.

 

Harmony of body, soul and mind - even with Multiplex Sclerosis

Creative dance for Parkinson’s disease and Multiplex Sclerosis Patients at Fridays 14:00-14:45.

Creative dance for Parkinson’s disease and Multiplex Sclerosis Patients in Holland

 

As there is still no other Hungarian higher education institution, which has such a project or dance team as the UP, nor are there courses similar to the Dancing University’s newest one. Dance has been scientifically proven to have beneficial effects on people. This feature is extremely important when some negative effects reach the body. This is the reason of the project’s newest course being offered specifically for Parkinson's disease and Multiple Sclerosis patients. This creative dance aims to strengthen the nervous system, mood and muscles with a multitude of dance styles, using a variety of equipments, great music, in great company, in order to contribute to the participants’ balanced lives.

 

More information: Beatrix Bánkyné Perjés  (tancprojekt@pte.hu)

 

 

The Dancing University celebrated with a full house show

 The Dancing University of the University of Pécs celebrated its 15th anniversary with a Jubilee Gala.

 

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The main purpose of the Dancing University project is to introduce the world of dancing to the university citizens and the adult inhabitants of the region. During the 15 years we could apply for almost 60 kinds of dance courses and exercise courses. The more than 25.000 registered participants of the courses prove the popularity of the initiative.

 

 

The Dance and exercise room in the Ifjúság Street campus was handed over ceremoniously on the occasion of the jubilee which means the PTE has the biggest dance room of the city and the county.The more than 300 m2 big, beautifully decorated room with mirror, parquet floor and ballet rod is ideal place for the courses of the Dancing University.

 

 

On the occassion of the anniversary we could enjoy a Carnival Party with the PTE Brass Band and PTE Dance Team in the yard of the Faculty of Sciences. Together with them several visitors arrived the place of the Gala after the Dancing University Carnival from Ifjúság Street to Szigeti Road.

 

 

There were dance shows, dancer’s fashion show in the programme and the audience could take part in cheerful games. The evening was closed with the show of the Szenes Iván Award winner singer, Csaba Vastag with the cooperation of the PTE Dance Team.

 

 

Photos: Szabolcs Csortos

 

Dancing University - 15th Anniversary Jubilee Gala

 

Participation is for free but it is due to previous registration! Armbands can be recieved only at the venues given at the registration. Entrance to the Gala (dr. Romhányi György Aula) is possible only until18:45!

- 18:15 Carnival Party with the PTE Brass Band and PTE Dance Team – Parking place in front of TTK Sportshall (6 Ifjúság Street)
- 18:45 Dancing University Carnival – from Ifjúság Street to Szigeti Road
- 19:00 Dancing University 15th Anniversary Jubilee Gala – Dr. Romhányi György Aula

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