The Dance and Choral School of St Spyridon offers our youth the opportunity to learn and perform the traditional and cultural hymns and dances associated with Greek heritage.
The Choral groups include the St. Spyridon Youth Choir which is open to all children through High School and the Sirines which includes young ladies from 5th grade through college.
Our October 1 fundraising event, “An Evening In Greece” is right around the corner. Plans are shaping up nicely, thanks especially to our Tony Petroulias who has organized the entire event, secured his chef team and come up with a wonderful menu, musicians, etc. To make this event a success we need YOU! We are looking for singer and parent volunteers to SELL tickets and to volunteer to set up and work the event.
By now, most families have received tickets to sell for $25 each for dinner and dancing. Tickets prices are the same for adults and for children. Please reach out to your families and friends & beyond our own community. Money from the sale of tickets should be turned in to your dance director , Kathy Meck Tony Petroulias, Patricia Kouris or to Sia Sooklaris (Dance/Choral Board Treasurer).
Checks should be made payable to “St. Spyridon Dance and Choral School”.
Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival Board of Trustees For more information, visit www.yourfdf.org
The dance groups include the following:
This is an introductory group open to all children in good standing between Kindergarten and second grade.
This group is open to third through fifth graders in good standing.
Click here to see the Athenian's semi-final round performance at FDF 2009 in Ontario, CA.
Click here to see the Athenian's final round performance at FDF 2009 in Ontario, CA
This group is open to sixth through eighth graders in good standing.
This group is open to 9th through 12th graders in good standing.
Click here to see the Aegean's semi-final round performance at FDF 2009 in Ontario, CA.
Click here to see the Aegean's final round performance at FDF 2009 in Ontario, CA