SoleBeats Summer Dance Camp

Event Date(s): 
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Thursday, July 4, 2019
Friday, July 5, 2019
Saturday, July 6, 2019
Sunday, July 7, 2019
Monday, July 8, 2019
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Friday, July 12, 2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Sunday, July 14, 2019

July 2019 3rd — 14th

SoleBeats Dance Studio is excited to present our second Summer Dance Camp, July 2019, featuring quite a few talented artists and choreographers coming from all over Canada! A fun and educational opportunity for both our students and the arts community in Fernie as well as surrounding areas. Hosted in our very own dance studio, on our state of the art, safe, and flexible dance floors. Camp will be running on the weekdays, with a small break inbetween on the 6th & 7th. Join SoleBeats & friends for an educational and exciting experience!

What’s included in tuition

  • A whole week of dance classes in Contemporary, Breakdance, Vogue, Street Jazz, Krumping, Waacking, Dancehall, and a variety of other dance genres.
  • Exposure to world renowned artists and unique choreography curated by experienced artists.
  • A unique, fun, and creative opportunity to learn!

($20 per person)

Healthy and local catering provided by Infinitea T-Bar & Boutique, vegan and gluten free options available. Please inform us of any allergies!

Dancer, Choreographer, Spoken Word Artist, and Artistic Director of Myth Productions, Learie E. A. Mc Nicolls came into Dance at a later starter. He came into dance with a Black Belt in Karate, a degree in Break Dancing, and a Phd in Popping and Locking. “There I was, walking along, and I tripped; dance caught me." A two time Dora Award winner for Choreography and Performance, Learie has honed his craft to a fine finish. He considers himself a Nomad, lives his Mythology through a strict Vegetarian diet and a massive love for life! He has done many televisions shows and lived in many places all over Canada. He is a Trinidadian, with over 80 works to his credit. How many will see the light of day again is anyones guess. He once graciously said, "When all else fails, up jumps the Dance!" From infant to ancient, Learie’s motto is to “Stretch for life”!

Immigrant Lessons is a dance/art collective created to promote cultural pluralism through: dance, music, fashion, media, and visual design. It is the soul child of the collaborative efforts of two professional artists, Kevin Fraser and Alyssa Amarshi. These two dance professionals have decided to merge their 13 years of combined experience to tackle issues that have been prominent both in their professional, as well as their personal lives. Bringing together member’s Jason Bempong, Sophia Gamboa, Marisa Gold, Sharon Lee, and Joshua Ongcol added further nuance and depth to their artistry. The collective’s work explores themes such as: sexual orientation and gender identity, feminism, racial discrimination, cultural erasure and appropriation, intersectionality, Queerness, shadism, toxic masculinity and gender complexes, as well as mental illness. Immigrant Lessons is a combined front to aid in the creation of more opportunities in: dance, stage performance, film, urban performance, concert dance, as well as community development for POC and other marginalized communities. Immigrant Lessons utilizes: street dance, experimental practices, and contemporary process to inform their work and context. Notable performances and collaborations include: Pattern Nation, Sleepless Mindz, Ted Talk, Junofest, Basscoast Music Festival, Shambhala Music Festival, Vines Art Festival, Kimmortal and 333, Vancouver Street Dance Festival, New Works, as well as the Juno award winning A Tribe Called red and Juno nominated SHAD. They are the creators of Vancouver’s first experimental movement battle IMPACT.

Slim (AKA Kevin Choo) is a multi disciplinary artists facilitator focusing on relationship development through the cultivation of urban arts expressions. Specializing in dance, DJing, freestyle rap, visual arts and music production he has much to teach and share. His focus on relationships and learning mean that the facilitation of the experience is primarily through games, activities, and entertainment.

Born on earth, Rubix (AKA Ryan De Guzman) was a child of imagination and sound. Raised in a thunderous atmosphere, his voice was forged with fire behind it. During youth, he discovered his ability to manipulate words and rhymes on rhythm. Developing a hyper-awareness of self and sensitivity to energies around him, he began a journey that his soul predestined many lifetimes ago. This wizard-warrior wields the sword of light, dueling any dark magicians who may threaten his friends and family. Rubix expands his personal power through the study of inner-alchemy, harmonics and manifestation. Equipped with crowd rocking abilities, introspection rhymes and dualistic freestyles, this sonic sage is a force to be reckoned with.

TUITON: $650 per person. Register online.

Tier 1 Discount — 15% off tuition if registered by May 10th 2019
Tier 2 Discount — 10% off tuition if registered by June 10th 2019
Group Rates — Register as a group: for every 5 registrations, get the 6th one free!



1561 10th Ave