All posts by: Natalia Pardalis

Our CEO Natalia Pardalis has been added to a popular spotify playlist — it has a mix of great music — be sure to add it on your spotify Huge thank you to the Lander PR team for setting it...
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Hi Friends As you know, Pardalis Studio is all about providing opportunities for youth. We are about creating opportunities for youth to become leaders of tomorrow. It is our main passion at Pardalis Studio. When the youth (Diaspora Dance Group)...
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I recently came across a wonderful singer, songwriter Taryn Laronge and fell in love with her discribtive story telling so thought I would sit down with her to find out a bit more about this songtress — storyteller! I know...
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Over the past few years, a young singer by the name of Maya Rae has been making waves around the lower mainland. I first came across Maya on the first season of Cyber Academy where I served as the mentor....
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I wanted to write this a bit earlier but with all the preparation of Kiwanis Festival for my students, I kept running out of time. It was my first time experiencing the Juno in person – to be honest I...
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Last night, I had the opportunity to attend an amazing concert at the Rio (so glad that theatre was saved), such an iconic location in Vancouver. It was a wonderful tribute to George Dalaras by local Greek Musicians. They took...
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As I start to write this a bunch of sayings about educators came to mind In recent weeks there has been political and media discussions about what educators should or shouldn’t be doing – I’m not going to go into...
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As many of you might know — Pardalis Studio is leading up the jazz nights in Whalley Surrey every Thursday. We are bringing art to the greater community. Together with the Penmar Community Arts Society, every Thursday @ 8 pm we...
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*warning swearing in this blog Been watching a local band the Beaverette on Facebook – they have a ton of energy and a great supporter of other local female artists as well so thought I’d reach out to them to...
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Looking for a place in East Van to reherse? I had the opportunity to talk to Brent at Faceplant who shared with me that they have been a rehersal and recording space open since 1992. It is a great place....
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