Membership subs are due now for 2017 beginners
Wellington Batucada relies on membership fees to cover many of our ongoing costs such as instrument purchases and rehearsal hall hire costs – your annual $35 membership fee is what keeps us going.
Membership benefits include:
- The use of the Wellington Batucada practice venue
- The use of Wellington Batucada owned instruments
- Receiving the weekly Wellington Batucada BATMAIL
- Getting your hands on the Batucada patterns PDF so you can practice at home
- Ongoing access to the members-only section of the website
And, you need to be a member of Wellington Batucada to:
- Attend rehearsals
- Perform at gigs once you’ve been signed-off
- Attend the AGM
- Vote on Wellington Batucada matters and for the committee
Please complete the form and and pay your fees as soon as you can.
Note: If you have just joined in the recent beginners uptake, your payment will roll-over till next September.
22-24 October 2016 (Labour Weekend) – come and join us!
Wellington Batucada is excited to introduce this series of dance workshops to the capital.
Teacher Josiane Santos is an exuberant force, igniting her classes with the warmth and passion she holds for her culture. The talented Brazilian has danced and performed since her childhood, and from 2002 began researching Brazilian Folk Dances as choreographic material for the production of her dance shows.
Josi has taught Afro-Dance and Samba de Gafieira workshops since 2009, and has produced and directed shows seen across Brazil, USA and Sweden. She currently resides in Byron Bay, Australia where she co-founded the Brazilian Bay Company with her partner, promoting Brazilian culture and performing arts within the community. Their inclusive and empowering approach brings joy and a great sense of achievement to those participating.
More info about the weekend’s activities can be found on our Dance workshops with Josiane Santos page.
Cost is $120 for the full three days, or payable on a per workshop basis if you prefer.
This weekend has been set up in lieu of Sambanui and is open to all samba groups in New Zealand and the wider dance community.
The workshops will take place in Wellington over 22-24 October 2016 (Labour Weekend)
Feel free to rock on up to any of the workshops and register in person. You can come to one, all or some of the workshops over the long weekend – you choose!