2020 GCA Caller School
Monday, June 29 - Wednesday, July 1, 2020
hyatt house denver downtown
440 14th Street, Denver
Now you can spend three days with CALLERLAB Accredited Caller Coach Deborah Caroll-Jones and Teaching Assistant Arlene Kaspik in a concentrated effort to expand your knowledge of square dance calling. If the enrollment is large enough, Vic Ceder will join as a second Caller Coach. Beginning callers will benefit from this intensive exposure to some of the best callers in the business today!
Immediately preceding the IAGSDC Convention in Denver, Colorado.
How to move dancers
Working with music
Creating and delivering choreography
Sight calling basics
Work through your material at the mic or in one-on-one sessions
More advanced instruction in all aspects of the art of calling
Something For Everyone!
Sight calling techniques
Reading and writing choreography
Caller culture and etiquette
Responsibilities to the dancers
Plenty of microphone time for all students
Your Tuition Fee Includes:
3 days of instruction by our excellent coaches
Personal attention from our superb teaching assistants
CALLERLAB New Caller Kit (beginners)
Choreographic checkers (beginners)
Thanks to the generous support of
Your registration fee is only $75.
CALLERLAB Accredited Caller Coach, Arlington TX
Deborah began square dancing with a church group in 1979 and immediately fell in love with the activity. In 1982, she began calling, promoting and teaching square dancing.
Arlene Kaspik attended her first GCA caller school in 2006 in Anaheim, California. When she returned to Chicago she was asked to be the class assistant for the Chi-Town Squares beginner class, a position she held for several years.
Caller Coach, Los Olivos, CA
Vic will be the second caller coach if enrollment is high enough.
Vic started dancing in 1975 in a teen club where he met his wife Debbie. Vic is a self-taught caller. He has called in 31 states, 8 countries, and at several National Square Dance Conventions. Vic is currently a permanent staff caller at the Academy for Advanced & Challenge Enthusiasts (AACE). He calls Mainstream thru C4.