Alma de España is pleased to perform at many community events around Victoria! Scroll down to see all events.

Scroll down to see all events.

Flamenco Tablao featuring Estelle Kurier, Jake Lee, Veronica Maguire, Gareth Owen, Mary Storzer, and Denise Yeo.

Sunday, March 26, 2023
Time: 7:00 p.m. (doors at 6:15 p.m.)
Location: The Mint, 1414 Douglas Street, Victoria
Tickets are available on-line 

The event will include a live flamenco performance. The Mint’s delicious food and drink will be available for purchase throughout the evening.

Doors open at 6:15 p.m. The show begins at 7:00 p.m.

Tables are available for 2, 4, and 6 people and charged at $25 per-seat. Please arrive promptly to claim your table. Your patience is appreciated as our volunteers welcome and seat each group.

A limited number of individual seats are available for $30 per-seat.  Please note: by selecting this ticket option, you agree to be seated at a mixed table of other individual ticket holders. Your seat will be assigned and may not be changed.


Masks are optional and recommended for all audience members when not eating and drinking.

Click here to read more about the performers.

An Evening of Flamenco
Saturday, March 25, 2023
Time: 7:00pm PST
Location: Langham Court Theatre


Langham Court Theatre and the Flamenco de la Isla Society invite you to an evening of flamenco song, guitar, and dance!

Tickets are available online

Experience the bold and passionate art form of flamenco without having to travel to southern Spain! This intimate theatre experience will feature dancing with bata de cola (a long dress with a train), stunning guitar playing, and a great view of the fiery footwork that makes flamenco dancing unique! In addition to a lively and dramatic performance provided by the professional artists of Alma de España, mix and mingle with the flamenco community during intermission, connect over a beverage purchased in the Langham lounge and help raise funds by bidding on a gift basket to keep the flamenco fun going and theatre thriving in our community!

This fundraiser will support the production of the Victoria Flamenco Festival, which brings the art of flamenco to Victoria July 22-29, 2023.

Pasión Flamenco Vol. 4
Saturday, April 29, 2023
Time: 7:00pm 
Location: At Weird Church, 2688 Penrith Ave, Cumberland

Olé! Experience Spain’s signature Flamenco dance and outstanding music!

Hear for yourself the iconic Flamenco rhythms of fanciful footwork and heart pounding Palmas (clapping). Fluid guitar rifts and cante singing are sure to expand your musical senses.

This exciting event features several special guests. Veronica Maguire (dance and cante) is the artistic director of Victoria’s Alma de España. She is a prize recipient from Canada Council for her lifetime contribution to dance. For the past 50 years, she is a tireless dancer/choreographer/singer and artistic director undertaking new projects keeping Flamenco in the forefront. Accomplished guitarist Gareth Owen lives and breathes Flamenco. Growing up with the traditions of Flamenco guitar in his family, he passionately creates a personal style and performs professionally alongside the Alma de España Flamenco Dance Company.

Gracing the stage are soloists Kasandra “La China” and Denise Yeo. From Vancouver, Kasandra is one of Canada’s leading Flamenco artists well known for her unrelenting drive to push the artistic envelope. She founded Al Mozaico Flamenco Dance Academy with her mentor, Oscar Nieto. She is the artistic director of Kasandra Flamenco, producing many high calibre shows with international guest artists. Denise Yeo is a professional Flamenco dance soloist and palmera with Alma de España. She is a gift to the stage in both dance and accompanying dancers with her percussive palmas technique. Joining in the fiesta are local talents Comox Valley Flamenco Studio dancer and teacher Tomomi Ozaki and her student troupe “La Esperanza”. Tomomi Ozaki has over 25 years of Flamenco dance experience and has trained internationally. She performs regularly in Vancouver Island events and teaches locally since 2016.