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Festive opening Sunday, May 15, 2022

After two years of corona, we are so pleased that it is all possible again!

Be welcome at the start of the new dance year of Pegasus at OLI MAZÍ in Utrecht at May 15th, 2022 and say cheers together with the new board of Foundation Pegasus.

Dancers and visitors receive a free welcome drink from the new board during the break between the two dance lessons!

Non-dancers are always welcome to watch us practice and have a drink.

We are looking forward to see you on Sunday 15 May at 13:00 hours.

With kind dance regards,

Pegasus Foundation
Selini Sideris – President
Wana Goula - Secretary
Margreet Hamoen - Treasurer & Webmaster


Greek Dance Group Pigasos Utrecht has a public group page on Facebook. If you want to stay informed about activities of the group, you find here the link to the group page on Facebook.

Sunday Dance 2023

Do you also have such a need for dancing, relaxation and fun and are you not afraid to lose a drop of sweat? Rediscover the joy of Greek dancing! Put on your sneakers and register quickly.

From January untill July Pigasos is organising a Sunday dance every Sunday afternoon, with dances of islands an mainland of Greece.

Time: 14:30-17:00 uur

Cost: Euro 200,00 / Studenten 50%

Gymzaal Weerdsingel WZ
Weerdsingel WZ 22
3514 AA Utrecht

The gym is on walking distance of the Central Station Utrecht (Google Maps).

Parking is NOT free on the Weerdsingel! 

In the area and neighbourhood of the Amsterdamsestraatweg parking is free on Sundays

After the dance we have a drink at Café DubbelDwars.

Register online using the online registration form.


Greek folk dance group Pigasos (Pegasus in English) was founded in 1963 by young Greek migrants from Utrecht in the Netherlands.

In the beginning, the dance group consisted of a group of friends without a name, who met with a lot of homesickness to dance with each other.
On October 25, 1963 (Remembrance of the 'no' / 'oxi' to the Italian ultimatum on October 28, 1940 and the beginning of WW2) they met officially for the first time with borrowed costumes to perform Greek folk dances for the public.

In 2023, Pegasus will celebrate its 60th anniversary. Preparations for this have already started. If you would like to help make this a success, help is most welcome.

More about the History of dance group Pegasus and the Goal & Philosophy of the foundation.

Photo archive

Dance group Pegasus is the oldest existing dance group in Utrecht. Pegasus has a rich dance history. In our Photo Archive you can see our amazing dancers and former dancers at work.

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