Three-Month 1/2 Spanish + Flamenco Dance

Three-Month 1/2 Spanish + Flamenco Dance

Three-Month 1/2 Spanish + Flamenco Dance

An hour and a half of Spanish and three hours of flamenco dance. If your main interest is flamenco dance, but you also want to spend some of your time learning Spanish. You will have a tutor for Spanish and one for flamenco and you will receive a certificate with a very complete report and a valuation.

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Starting dates: every other Monday
Duration: 4,5 hours of 60 minutes/day + ½ hour/day group tutoring - 22,5 + 2,5 hours/week - minimum 12 weeks
7 Spanish levels: beginner (A1) - elementary I (A2.1) - elementary II (A2.2) - intermediate I (B1.1) - intermediate II (B1.2) - advanced (B2) - proficiency (C1/C2)
3 flamenco levels: beginner - intermediate - advanced
Maximum 12 students per flamenco group
Maximum 8 students per Spanish group
PRICE: 2970 € per trimester (247,50 € for each additional week)

During your three months or more, you’ll have one and a half hours of Spanish classes in the morning and three hours of flamenco dance classes in the afternoon Monday through Friday. In addition to this, we offer you half an hour of daily group tutoring just before the first class. The progress you make will be closely followed by a tutor that will be assigned to you at the beginning of the course and who will counsel you about your development and academic needs. At the end of the course you will receive an assistance certificate together with a detailed report about your progress and a valuation of the acquired knowledge, made by your tutor.

In the morning, you generally start studying in the grammar analysis and practice class of the level that corresponds you and once you have acquired the grammatical knowledge of that level, you get into the conversational practice class. This way you will complete our syllabus, participating alternatively in the two classes that form the Intensive Spanish Course.

In the afternoon, you’ll take three hours of Flamenco dance. An hour and a half will be dedicated to studying technique and the other hour and a half to studying the choreography of the different styles or “palos” of Flamenco. Starting at the level that best meets your needs, you’ll move up through the distinct levels.

In the Technique course, each day students begin with different warm-up exercises, and are instructed in footwork, “marcajes” or upper body movement, turns, counter-time rhythms, arm positioning, hand positioning, balance and body placement. They practice all the components of the dance without needing to learn entire choreographies. Typically, students work on different aspects of the various Flamenco styles: alegrías, bulerías, seguiriya, etc., at times using recorded music for their training.

In the Choreography course, every two weeks students learn a different choreography of the most common flamenco dances, changing “palos” or styles depending on student level. The beginner level usually focuses on tangos, alegrías, fandangos and bulerías. At the intermediate level, students normally study alegrías, soleá por bulerías, bulerías, jaleos, fandangos, tientos, tangos or seguiriya, among others. At the advanced level, it’s possible to study an array of dances with the most frequently studied being the alegrías, soleá por bulerías, caña, seguiriya, martinete, soleá, taranto, tientos, farruca, tangos, bulerías, jaleos, fandangos, guajira or rondeña, among others. The students train with guitar accompaniment for half of their time in all the levels.

We place the most importance on the study of the “compás” or rhythm and the distinct styles of Flamenco, its characteristics, and how to encapsulate and express it all in the different movements of the dances in conjunction with the accompanying guitar and voice.

In addition to this you may also participate for one week in our Understanding Flamenco: Compás (rhythm) for free, at the level that suits you best, as a complement to the dance classes.

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2017 public holidays: 28th February, 14th April, 16th June, 12th October, 1st November and 8th December.

There will be no class.

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