© 2019 by Fiona Malena    contact: info@fionamalena.com

 

Homepage photos by Saulo Jamariqueli & Fotostudio Weitwinkel

DANCE CLASSES

 

Fiona teaches guest workshops worldwide including private classes in Berlin, Germany, where she resides. She also co-directs the Fiona Malena Flamenco Academy in Calgary, Canada which offers classes year-round taught by instructor Anastassiia la Musa as well as other guest instructors.

Inquires or add your name to our newsletter: 

yycflamencoclasses@gmail.com

 

FIONA MALENA FLAMENCO ACADEMY - Calgary, Canada

2019/2020 SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE*

LOCATION:

Evergreen Community Spaces, 1709 8th Ave NE

Cedar Studio (Tuesdays) & Fir Studio (Thursdays)

*New Beginners are always welcome!

Tuesdays

Beginner II + Style/Technique (Alegrías)
Tuesdays
6:30 - 7:30 pm
 

Beginner I - Fundamentals (Tangos/Sevillanas)
Thursdays
8:00 - 9:00 pm
Sep 26 - Nov 28 (10 weeks)

Thursdays

Adult Beginner

8-9 pm

 

NEW!
Flamenco Live! Workshop Series (Dance communication with live music)
Thursdays 6:30-8:00 Oct 24, Nov 7

*All prices listed include GST

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HOW TO REGISTER

Please email your class request to yycflamencoclasses@gmail.com and we will get in touch with you regarding the registration fee and payment. (You may also send in your payment at the same time if you wish).

PAYMENT OPTIONS
1) e-transfer yycflamencoclasses@gmail.com (preferred)
2) paypal festival@fionamalena.com 
3) cash to the instructor at class
5) cheque to the instructor at class (payable to Fiona Malena)

CANCELLATION POLICY:
Up to 1 week in advance of the class, 100% refund. Up to 48 hrs, 50% refund.
Make-up hours allowed during any of our other group classes during the same session.

CALGARY GUEST WORKSHOPS 

Workshops in the past year were taught by: Fiona Malena, Karen Lugo, Andrés Peña, Silvia Temis, Deboarh "La Caramelita", Delphine Mantha among others

Fiona is avaialble for private class sessions in YYC this summer as well as May 2020. Otherwise she teaches in Berlin, Germany.

Photos by Adam Newby