The registration deadline for the upcoming session of Flamenco classes is Monday, September 28th. Classes begin on October 2nd.
Class information can be found here.
If you are planning to attend classes this session, please make sure to get your registration in by midnight on Monday. If I’ve received your registration in the mail, I have emailed you to confirm. You can also register via interac e-transfer. If you would like to register this way and have not done so before, please email me for details.
Sunday students, we may still have a chance to move classes to Wednesday evenings. La Girandole has a bit of chaos happening at the moment but I will know more after October 15. If you will be attending any Sunday classes, please let me know if Wednesday evenings will work for you so I have an idea of our options.
Stephanie Pedraza will be returning from Dec 4 – 6 for workshops in flamenco dance and song! More information coming soon. (click here for her bio)
Have you heard? With great anticipation and excitement we would like to announce that the Flamenco Society of Edmonton has been created and registered by the following founding members: Irena Dumicz, Jolene Yuen-Jung, Nyles Varughese, Karrie Darichuk and Jane Ogilvie.
Society membership ($5) is open to anybody involved and/or interested in the Art of Flamenco: performers, students, presenters, teachers, aficionados. Our mission is to promote and facilitate local Flamenco activities, to build and increase awareness of Flamenco art in Edmonton and Alberta and to be an umbrella organization for local Flamenco artists, schools, presenters, aficionados and community at large.
The first Society General Meeting will take place in October (stay tuned for details), when a Board will be voted in from members of the Flamenco Society of Edmonton. We hope you’ll join us as a member and, if interested, consider a position on the Board. I will have memberships available in class and they will also be available at the AGM to be announced shortly.
hope to see you this fall!
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