Dance Groups

Windfall Dancers

Contact Matthew Wisley (School Director)
Phone (812) 334-0506
Email school [at] windfalldancers [dot] org
Address Windfall Studio
1101 N. Dunn St.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description 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!
Email windfall [at] windfalldancers [dot] org

Bloomington Quarry Morris Dancers

Contact Jim Morgan (Squire)
Phone 812-322-7172
Address 1243 E. Matlock Rd.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Hours Practices Sunday 4-6 at Harmony School, 909 E. 2nd St., Bloomington.
Description 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.


Bloomington Old-Time Music and Dance Group (BOTMDG)

Contact Bill Baus
Email Baus1210 [at] gmail [dot] com
Hours Dance every Wednesday evening at Harmony School, 8:30 - 10:30 PM. Dances on the fifth Saturday of the month

Open to the public. Features live old time music. Contra dancing, square dancing and reels. No experience necessary.


Indiana State Association of Middle Eastern Teachers and Dancers (ISAMETD)

Contact Donna Barbrick (Bloomington Contact)
Phone 812-330-1831
Email donna [at] allaboutbellydance [dot] com
Description 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) 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."
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