The Intensive Flamenco Summer Course in the specialty of Dance is taught in the month of July every year, across two weeks.

It has a total of 60 contact hours between theory subjects – Theory and History of Flamenco – and technical and practical subjects.

The program also includes parallel activities around flamenco and Andalusian culture: excursion, flamenco show and fiesta.

At the end of the course, students will receive a Certificate of Attendance in the Intensive Flamenco Summer Course of the Cristina Heeren Foundation.

In each speciality there are three levels – Basic, Intermediate and Advanced – and the teachers from the Foundation’s faculty will be the ones who determine the level of each student, by means of an online and onsite level test.


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DANCE INTENSIVE SUMMER COURSE

BASIC COURSE

The aim of the Basic Dance Course is to introduce the student to knowledge of technique and rhythm through simple, rhythmic choreographies, which will be complemented by footwork drills and basic exercises in dance technique.

The intensive program is comprised of five subjects (Theory and Practical) delivered in FIVE DAILY BLOCKS. Two of the subjects in Basic Level Flamenco Dance are core subjects (common to all specialties): Rhythm and Theory & History of Flamenco.



Teaching staff

Dance teachers: Javier Barón, Milagros Menjibar, Luisa Palicio and Beatriz Rivero, amongst others.

Rhythm teachers: Javier Barón, Luisa Palicio and Beatriz Rivero.

History and Theory of Flamenco teacher: Pepa Sánchez.

Masterclass: Carmelilla Montoya, Juan José Amador.

Note. The teaching staff of the Cristina Heeren Foundation of Flamenco Art is subject to changes and updates, according to professional commitments and teaching needs, allowing guest teachers to join.


INTERMEDIATE COURSE

The aim of the Intermediate Dance Course is to consolidate the knowledge of technique and dance steps brought by the students, perfect the sense of rhythm and mount a choreography. Likewise, it is intended to initiate students in the management of accessories such as the shawl, castanets and/or Bata de Cola.

The intensive program is comprised of five subjects (Theory and Practical) delivered in FIVE DAILY BLOCKS. Two of the subjects in Intermediate Level Flamenco Dance are core subjects (common to all specialties): Rhythm and Theory & History of Flamenco.

Teaching staff

Dance teachers: Javier Barón, Milagros Menjibar, Luisa Palicio and Beatriz Rivero, amongst others.

Rhythm teachers: Javier Barón, Luisa Palicio and Beatriz Rivero.

History and Theory of Flamenco teacher: Pepa Sánchez.

Masterclass: Carmelilla Montoya, Juan José Amador.

Note. The teaching staff of the Cristina Heeren Foundation of Flamenco Art is subject to changes and updates, according to professional commitments and teaching needs, allowing guest teachers to join.


ADVANCED COURSE

The aim of the Advanced Dance Course is to perfect the technique of accessories (Bata de Cola, shawl, castanets) and the refinement of flamenco dance technique in general, consolidating the fundamentals of communication with singing and guitar through mounting choreographies.

The intensive program is comprised of five subjects (Theory and Practical) delivered in FIVE DAILY BLOCKS. Two of the subjects in Advanced Level Flamenco Dance are core subjects (common to all specialties): Rhythm and Theory & History of Flamenco.


Teaching staff

Dance teachers: Javier Barón, Milagros Menjibar, Luisa Palicio and Beatriz Rivero, amongst others.

Rhythm teachers: Javier Barón, Luisa Palicio and Beatriz Rivero.

History and Theory of Flamenco teacher: Pepa Sánchez.

Masterclass: Carmelilla Montoya, Juan José Amador.

Note. The teaching staff of the Cristina Heeren Foundation of Flamenco Art is subject to changes and updates, according to professional commitments and teaching needs, allowing guest teachers to join. 



 

 

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