Pegasus Dance Academy
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Pegasus Dance Academy

Learn to dance in the traditional Greek Dance style at the Pegasus Dance Academy. Pegasus Dance Academy specialises in traditional Greek dance which dates back over 2,500 years. Classes from 5 years old and upwards.

Traditional Greek dance is a great way to meet people in a social atmosphere with no more than 20 people per class. Sotiris Sotiriou, who formed the company in 1988, has gone to great lengths to maintain the authenticity of dances.

The school does not modernise the dance but keeps to traditional styles of Greek dancing. Sotiris has attended Greek Dance conferences in Greece in 1991,1994,1996 and 1997 and even brought one of the Greek professors to Australia in 1997. There are well over 200 different types of Greek dances as they vary from one region to another and the school can teach style based on region.

Sotiris and two other dancers from the Pegasus Dance Academy were honoured to be involved in the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000.

Contact Details
Manager: Sotiris Sotiriou
Location: All Saints Church
Cnr High St and Murray Rd
Preston Victoria 3072

Fax: 03 9464 4364
Mobile: 0419 464 436
Products and Services

Traditional Greek Dance lessons
Ages 5 years an upwards
Classes with no more than 20 per class
As Greek dancing varies from region to region, Pegasus Dance Academy can teach over 200 different dances to reflect the different regions in Greece.

When students are ready Pegasus Dance Academy will host performances.
The school has their own traditional Greek costumes.
Perform at festivals.
Street performances.
Hold an annual end of year concert. There are awards for students which encourages them to continue.
Dinner dances organised.
Has tavern nights for adults.
Fees are term based.
No charge to come along and have a look at a class.
Private lessons are available.
Couples wanting private lessons - by arrangement.
Group lessons can be booked as well.
Pegasus Dance Academy is pleased to offer a variety in the styles of Greek dancing to reflect regional Greek varieties.
Experience & Qualifications

The head of the Pegasus Dance Academy School Sotiris Sotiriou started out in Greek dancing in 1977 and has been teaching Greek traditional dancing since 1980 and the school has been open since 1988.

Sotiris attended dance seminars in Greece in 1994, 1996 and 1997. In 1997 Sotiris Sotiriou brought out a professor from Greece to lecture on Greek dancing in Melbourne. Sotiris is in regular contact with the International Organisation for Dance in Greece, which is a Greek organisation for folk art in Athens Greece.

Contact Hours
Phone 0419 464 436
for appointment
Accepted Methods of Payment
Cash and cheque
Additional Information
Greek Dancing is a great way to meet people in a sociable, fun environment.
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