Balkan Music &
Dance Workshops
Virtual Camps 2021

Our online camps feature three days of immersive music and dance classes, live performances, and community gatherings. West Coast Virtual Camp was held June 25-27, 2021; and East Coast was August 13-15, 2021.

Registration is now closed for East Coast Virtual Camp, and did we have a blast! Stay tuned for more great EEFC-sponsored activities.


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Find out almost everything you always wanted to know about the EEFC’s in-person Balkan camps.


We award full and partial scholarships to our in-person workshops.
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Kids at Camp!

Our in-person workshops are a great experience for families. Get the scoop to ensure everyone has a blast!

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The EEFC is proud to partner with sister organizations, including the Bulgarian Folk Music & Dance Seminar.

Vedran Boškovski

Macedonian Kaval

Vedran Boškovski, who’s been a resident of Brooklyn for the past 12 years, was born and raised in Macedonia, where in his college years he studied traditional instruments and the folklore of Macedonia, and of Macedonians who live throughout the neighboring regions. He was a member of gajda master Pece Atanasovski’s student orchestra, and the čalgija ensemble Kaldrma, and took part in other projects and collaborations, most notably with legendary traditional singer Vanja Lazarova and kaval master Angele Dimovski, and as a guest musician for the Macedonian cult avant-garde rock band Mizar.

Upon his arrival in the States, he was introduced to the Balkan music scene in the New York City area, where in time he founded and led several bands. Currently he’s a member of the duo Glas, which focuses on the singing tradition of Macedonia; and the group Loza, which performs Macedonian and Roma vocal and instrumental/dance music.