Stanford International Folk Dancers


Circle dance lead by vocalists of the Nema Problema Chorale

Since its origins as a student dance club on the Stanford University campus, the Stanford International Folk Dance group has been a place to enjoy and learn recreational dances of the world in a delightful social environment. We meet for dancing once weekly on Fridays except on some holiday weekends. Adults, teens, and families are welcome.

Stanford International Folk Dancers is a not-for-profit group staffed by volunteers. Your admission donation at the door pays entirely for operation costs as well as a small compensation for volunteer instructors. For live music nights or special workshops the admission price also reasonably compensates the talented band or instructor.


Stanford International Folk Dancers October-December Newsletter

Stanford International Folk Dancers October-December Newsletter

This quarter our special events include a party with Da! Mozem on October 7, our traditional Halloween party with live Bulgarian music performed by Bulgarika on October 28, and a dance party with Bill Cope and Friends on December 2.

Our featured instructor nights include Yale Rosenblatt October 14 and 21, Kaela Fine November 4 and 11, and Melissa Miller and Lew Smith December 9 and 16.

Obtain a PDF copy of our October to December 2016 schedule.

Our online calendar may also list related folk dance workshops and parties whenever hosted by other clubs, other nights at our usual venue.

Floor Rules

No hard-soled street shoes, please. Come to dance with soft-soled shoes or dance shoes that you wear only indoors. For the comfort and safety of our members, we reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone.