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About Studio Flamenco



Principals Emma Fernée and Susi Masi opened Studio Flamenco in January 2004.

Emma and Susi have studied in both Spain and Australia with teachers such as Andres Peña (Jerez), Alicia Marquez (Compañia Andaluza de Danza, Sevilla), Ramón Martínez (Sevilla), La Truco (Madrid), Manuel Betanzos (Sevilla), Pilar Ortega (Sevilla), Manuela Rios (Sevilla), Javier Cruz (Sevilla), Manuel Reyes (Madrid), Cristobal Reyes (Joaquin Cortes Compañia, Madrid), Concha Jareño (Madrid), Inmaculada Ortega (Madrid), Angel Atienza (Sevilla), Mercedes Ruiz (Jerez) and Marco Flores (Madrid).

In addition to teaching at Studio Flamenco, Emma and Susi are principal dancers and the directors of Studio Flamenco's professional flamenco company which has performed at various events and venues, including WOMADelaide and the Adelaide International Guitar Festival. For more information on Studio Flamenco's professional company click here.








Emma Fernée BA (Hons.), MTeach (Sec.)

Emma currently teaches flamenco dance but began as a teacher of classical ballet and holds a teaching certificate from the Royal Academy of Dance. In addition to her work at Studio Flamenco, Emma taught flamenco and classical ballet for 6 years in one of Adelaide's most prestigious dance schools, the Sheila Laing Academy of Performing Arts. Emma also works with students in schools from pre to secondary school, with students of the SACE dance program, students at the Tertiary Dance Festival and as a guest with companies such as the Australian Dance Theatre. Emma holds a Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary) from the University of South Australia and is a Registered Teacher with the Teachers' Board of South Australia.




Susi Masi BA (Hons.)

Before joining Studio Flamenco Susi taught flamenco dance to adults and children in a number of Adelaide-based dance schools. She has also run workshops for dancers and other professional artists from a range of disciplines, including for ''Circus Oz", and runs workshops in NSW and Queensland. She has choreographed for recent productions of Carmen and Bodas de Sangre (Blood Wedding).


Studio Flamenco Classes

Classes at Studio Flamenco are held in a mirrored dance studio.

There is ample parking alongside the building and the studio is easily accessible by public transport (Bus stop #8 on Goodwood Road).

Group classes with individualised attention are offered at a range of levels for children and adults. Private lessons are also available.


Student Performances

For students wishing to perform, Studio Flamenco provides many opportunities. Performances are given at festivals and events and, once a year, students work towards a theatre production.

Studio Flamenco students and teachers have also recently performed at:

(Click on links below to view photographs )

Fiesta 2013

Fiesta 2012

Fiesta 2011

Fiesta 2010

Fiesta 2009

*Make-a-Wish Foundation Dance Gala, September 2009 (Children's Performing Group)

* Fiesta 2008 at Star Theatre on 7 December 2008

* Ausdance Display in Rundle Mall December 2008 (Children's Performing Group)

* Dare to Dream, Hyatt Hotel Gala Dinner for Save the Children (Children's Performing Group)

* El Rocio Spanish Festival 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010

* "Fiesta de Primavera" at Star Theatre in 2007

* Australian Dance Week 2007

* "Fiesta" 2006 at Norwood Concert Hall

* Adelaide Peace Festival 2005

* Unley Way to Go Fair



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