The Society of Artists and Performers of Spain (AIE) provides scholarships up to 1700 Euros for singing and guitar students · Deadline for submitting applications is open online from March 11th to April 24th

The training of young Flamenco musicians adds another support.The Cristina Heeren Foundation and The Society of Artists and Performers of Spain (AIE) join efforts again to support the training of young guitar players and Flamenco singers. Becas AIE Grant Program 2020/2021 offers scholarships for musical studies in training and further studies of Singing and Guitar in the annual course of the prestigious School of Flamenco, located in Sevilla. AIE provides four scholarships up to 850 Euros each one, intended to cover part of the tuition current rates. Nevertheless, scholarships could be grouped into two parts of 1,700 Euros. In both cases, the scholarship holder would pay the difference to the total amount. AIE will process the corresponding payment directly with the study center. The applications deadline is April 24th 2020 at 6 pm and you can do it online on the web page www.aie.es (Becas AIE section). AIE will notify all the applicants the award or denial of the grant in writing.


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The Cristina Heeren Foundation is one of the five schools in Spain which has collaboration agreements of musical studies with AIE, together with Aula de Música Moderna i Jazz of Fundació Conservatori of The Liceo in Barcelona, The school of music Joaquín Turina in Sevilla, L’Espaimusical in Valencia and the Higher School of Music Progreso Musical in Madrid. Last edition, the grant winners were Estefanía Savatella and Sebastiaan Jansen, both actually studying in the School of Sevilla.The Cristina Heeren Foundation collaborates in parallel with AIE being a part of the consulting comitee for the annual program of artistic promotion “AIEnruta Flamencos”. The current edition takes, among others, Marián Fernández, on tour for Spanish Universities. She was the winner of the Flamenco contest “Talento Flamenco de Cante por Cantiñas 2018” (Flamenco Talent for Cantiñas Singing 2018) and she continues her musical education with a practicum scholarship of TreadRight Foundation. The Flamenco singer from Granada takes up the torch of the Flamenco singer Lela Soto ‘Sordera’, winner of the Contest Talento Flamenco 2017, and other young artists formed in the school, such as Rocío Márquez, Laura Vital, María José Pérez, Cristina Tovar, Lidia Montero, Pura Navarro, Carolina Fernández ‘La Chispa’, Martín Fayos and Manuel de la Tomasa, among others.

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