community events
Aug 2023

Audrey Gaussiran Ctrl:N

Ctrl:N immerses the audience in an interactive co-creation with dancer and choreographer Audrey Gaussiran. Accompanied by a musician and a digital artist, she engages in a dialogue with the spectators who, armed with their phones, are invited to share their original ideas by sending text messages directly projected on a screen.
In collaboration with the Alliance Française Vancouver and Dance West Network Des Arts Dehors/Arts Outside DADAO.

Sunday August 20th
Picnic Pavilion, Granville Island.
English performance: 1:00—1:30pm
French performance: 2:00—2:30pm

Jun 2023

2023 In-Studio Performance


Rosa Tatiana Celis


Maria Avila
Peter Mole
Yurie Kaneko

And the participation of the 2023 Professional Training Program (PTP) students. 

June 25th—1:00pm

Tickets by dontation. 

May 2023

Karen Lugo Masterclass

Level: Intermediate-Advanced 
May 24th, 12:15—2:00pm 
The Dance Centre 
$80 + GST regular registration 
Members 10% off 
Register here

April 2023

Regeneration 2023

April 29, 8pm @ ANNEX Theatre
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From a new generation of flamenco choreographers to a new generation of flamenco dancers...

Introducing four works: Simbiosis by Cristina HallLa Sombra by Albert HernandezDe Extremadura a Granada by Pilar Ogalla, Variaciones a Tempo by Sara Jimenez, Deconstrucción del 12 by Rosario Ancer

They are joined by singer Jafelin Helten, guitarist Peter Mole and percussionist Davide Sampaolo

This performance is supported by:

British Columbia Arts Council
City of Vancouver
Canada Council for the Arts
Province of British Columbia
Vancouver Civic Theatres

Dec 2022

Advanced workshop with visiting flamenco artist Deborah Dawson "La Caramelita"

December 3, 2—3:30pm
The Dance Centre
$60+GST register + pay

May 2022

2022 In-Studio Performance


Nanako Aramaki


Jafelin Helten

Peter Mole

Apr 2022
This year’s Regeneration show presents three solos choreographed by graduates of the Professional Training Program, Yurie Kaneko, Katia Flores and Deborah Dawson:

Yurie and Katia have developed their solos through one-on-one mentorships with Artistic Director Rosario Ancer. They use flamenco as a tool to explore their Japanese and Peruvian ancestry, connecting the dots between their culture, traditions and experiences in Canada, presenting “who I am” today as an individual and dancer. Deborah Dawson returns to Vancouver to share a sincere ode to the essence of flamenco. It is a minimalist and heartfelt production led by dancer Deborah “La Caramelita” and singer Alejandro Mendía.

photo James O’Mara

photo James O’Mara

Mar 2022

Flamenco Rosario presents a series of classes and workshops with visiting international flamenco artist Ricardo Rubio.