Ti Ti Tábor 2017

Thank You To Hungary Initiatives Foundation (HIF)!

Ti Ti Tábor Hungarian Folk Camp is the recipient of an Art and Cultural grant from the Hungary Initiatives Foundation. The project for 2017 is titled Community Connections and involves reaching out to arts organizations that could benefit from and appreciate what Ti Ti Tábor Hungarian Folk Camp has to offer. By forming new relationships with these organizations, the organizers not only broaden participation in camp, but increase the visibility of Hungarian folk culture as the partner organizations bring what they learned through camp to their respective communities. Partnerships with the following dance organizations include:

  • The Ethnic Dance Theatre, Minneapolis, MN (New Partnership!)
  • Brigham Young University’s International Dance Ensemble
  • Veselica dance company of St. Olaf College in Northfield Minnesota
  • The Radost Folk Ensemble of Seattle, Washington.

In addition, as part of the grant, Ti Ti Tábor Hungarian Folk Camp will also provide a choreography workshop and a costume set for the Sussefusse Ensemble of Portland, Oregon.

Also read below about the Ti Ti Tábor Hungarian Choral Workshop funded, in part,  by the HIF.

For details on the HIF and the partner dance organizations click here.


Saturday, July 29 2017 , 10 am – 1:00 pm
Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church
9924 232nd St SW
Edmonds, Washington 98020
(plenty of parking space available)

Here is your opportunity to see what the singing program is like at camp. Erika Juhász, our Ti Ti Tábor singing instructor, will be teaching a FREE workshop Saturday, July 29, 2017 from 10 am to 1:00 pm.

Registration is at 9:30 – 10:00 am, then the workshop starts at 10 am. Erika will present both Hungarian folk songs and a Hungarian choral piece that is inspired by Hungarian folk music.

If possible, please RSVP to tititabor@gmail.com or call 425-670-2396 by July 27, 2017 if you plan to attend so that we can be sure to have enough music available.

Can’t decide yet? Last minute drop-ins are welcome!

This workshop is funded in part by an Art and Cultural Grant from the Hungary Initiatives Foundation.


Ti Ti Tábor 2017 will be held July 30-August 6, 2017. Follow this link to Fee Information and Registration. (We now  have reduced pricing for Teens!)

Our Staff

The staff line-up for our 2017 Camp includes:

  • Erika Juhász (singing & choir)
  • László Tihanyi (children)
  • István (Pisti) Kis (returning as dance instructor)
  • Dűvő Ensemble (music)

Also Introducing Dance Instructors:

  • Dóra Szőke (partnering with Pisti this year)
  • Attila Ciceri and Dóra Jávorszky

Read their biographies here and here.

Special Guest Musician!

We are also pleased to welcome Attila Csávás who will provide music lessons for clarinet, tárogató, alto saxophone, bagpipe, and furulya!


Read his biography here!



Dance and Music Material

The Dance material for this year’s camp will be:

  • Örkői
  • Ördöngősfüzesi Mezöség
  • Marossárpatak

For Music, Dűvő will teach material from Ördöngősfüzes and Gömör.

For our cultural theme this year, Ti Ti Tábor will be presenting traditions of the Harvest during the week with dances, songs, and other activities.

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Ti Ti Tábor Hungarian Folk Camp offers a rich immersion experience into authentic Hungarian folk culture for adults and children alike. Set on the beautiful Raft Island, in Washington State, the camp brings experts from Hungary to teach folk dancing, music, singing, and traditional folk arts.
Want a taste of what it’s like to come to Ti Ti Tábor Hungarian Folk Camp? Watch our video on You Tube. (Many thanks to Jenny Sapora!)

Check out our Ti Ti Tábor Circle of Friends sponsorship program here.