Harmony Polish Folk Ensemble is Western New York’s largest
Polish-American cultural and dance ensemble.
Harmony Polish Folk Ensemble at Albright-Knox Art Gallery Dyngus Party, 2008 ~ Photo by Steven Kroczynski
Harmony Polish Folk Ensemble is Western New York’s largest Polish-American cultural and dance ensemble. In an effort to provide families with a culturally enriching experience, we formed this community folk dance group, centrally located and open to all ages from pre-school to senior citizen. We currently have some of the most highly trained Polish folk dance choreographers in Buffalo. Among our ensemble members are multiple families spanning several generations.
In addition to dance, we have cultural lessons including folklore, holiday traditions, regional customs, crafts, history and simple language games and songs. The group takes part in public performances throughout the year, dressed in traditional folk wear from various regions of Poland. The group is proud to display the rich diversity of costumes worn throughout Poland.
Harmony Polish Folk Ensemble’s mission is to promote & sustain Polish heritage within the family, through study and performance of the traditional folk dances of Poland and cultural enrichment sessions.
We encourage all those interested in the heritage of Poland to join. No dance experience is necessary, and members need not dance to participate. You do not need to be of Polish descent to join! We welcome everyone!