The Cristina Heeren Flamenco Foundation announces the Annual Course 2015/2016. The school, located in Seville (Spain), opens the registration period for the next academic year, which will take place from September 14th, 2015 to June 24th, 2016. Over 6,000 students from a large variety of nationalities and backgrounds have come to participate in our classes. This makes the Fundación Cristina Heeren one of the premier multicultural schools to learn flamenco, as well as one of the best centres for the formation of flamenco professionals.

The academic programme offers three specialties -Dance, Singing and Guitar- and three levels: Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. Levels as well as goals will vary from year to year. Every year students will receive a diploma which reflects his/her qualifications, the number of hours of study, and the level achieved. Classes are taught by a faculty which includes prestigious teachers such as guitarists Niño de Pura, Pedro Sierra, Eduardo Rebollar or Paco Cortés; singers Calixto Sánchez, Julian Estrada and Lidia Montero; and dancers such as Milagros Menjíbar, Javier Barón and Luisa Palicio, among others. All the information about the course, prices and registration, is available on the official website www.flamencoheeren.com


ANNUAL FLAMENCO GUITAR COURSE
Courses in the speciality of guitar are designed to train guitar students in the proficiency of guitar accompaniment, both to singing and dance. Classes take place in homogeneous groups to allow for a fluid learning process focusing on technique, knowledge of the music, and the resources of the flamenco guitar.

ANNUAL FLAMENCO SINGING COURSE
The study of singing at the Fundación Cristina Heeren has a two-fold objective: to define the distinctive characteristics that make up the identity of Flamenco music in general and flamenco song in particular, and to encourage the students to respect these traditional forms.

ANNUAL FLAMENCO DANCE COURSE
Dance studies at the Fundación Cristina Heeren aim to form future flamenco dancers by teaching correct posture and techniques as well as the choreography skills that characterise the “Sevillian School”, such as, in the case of female dancers, the “Bata de Cola”, Mantón, Fan, and Castanets.


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