COORDINATORS

This workshop series is coordinated and sponsored jointly by SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ, FARIDA RABIH, and JESSICA STATHAM for the benefit of the Australian Flamenco Community and with the partnership and support of many Australian flamenco studios, aficionados and friends.

(c)pedroquiros_DSC0572SEBASTIAN SANCHEZ is a full-time, professional, Spanish-Australian flamenco dancer and teacher based in Europe. Sebastian has studied, toured and taught extensively in Spain, Russia, Eastern Europe and Australia. Sebastian’s homepage is http://www.sebastiansanchez.com.au

Farida torsoFarida Rabih is a teacher, choreographer and performer of Flamenco, Regional and Classical Spanish Dance. She is co member of Perth based Flamenco group “Flamenco Puro” and family group “Alegrias” and owner of Casa Del Compás School of Spanish Dance.  Farida has been dancing for over twenty years and has trained with world renowned artists in Spain, as well as highly acclaimed international artists who have visited Australia over the past decade. She performs regularly throughout W.A in the form of theatre productions, corporate functions and community events. Web: www.casadelcompas.com.au

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JESSICA STATHAM is a professional flamenco dancer and teacher based in Sydney. After studying in Madrid she returned to Australia in 2009 and has since established herself as a valuable member of Australia’s contemporary flamenco scene. She has performed with flamenco groups around the country though most notably as a featured artist of Bandaluzia. Jessica’s homepage is http://www.jessicastathamdance.com.au

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