institute.danza@alicialonso.org + 34 914-888-177
institute.danza@alicialonso.org + 34 914-888-177
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Spanish Dance Mention

MENTION Dance

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Training Experience

A 360º training adapted to your time, interests and professional needs. With us you will be able to start your four-year university academic training, carry out postgraduate studies through our master's degree offering and complete educational excellence with doctoral studies.

Spanish Dance Mention

The experience during the implementation of the Degree in this branch of dance, part of the previous training required, for the higher level of professional training, which is based on the Intermediate Degree training or equivalent that is taught in public and private centers. . 

More than twenty titles have been staged and five national awards have been won in competitions held between 2012 and 2014.

Likewise, great pieces from the Spanish classical repertoire have been recovered and brought to the theater such as “La Vida Breve” (choreographed by: Victoria Eugenia, stage name Betty, former director and teacher of the National Ballet of Spain, Gold Medal of Fine Arts ), El Caballero de Olmedo, choreographed by: Alba Aranzana (former dancer of the National Ballet of Spain), Capricho Español, choreographed by: Juanjo Linares (noted folklorist), Ana González (former prima ballerina of the National Ballet of Spain), Rocío Rodríguez (former dancer of the María Pagés Company) and Cádiz, choreographed by: Maribel Gallardo (former prima ballerina and current master repeater of the National Ballet of Spain) and other titles such as In Situ by choreographer Antonio Correderas (dancer of the National Ballet of Spain) , Bach Flamenco, by Inés Hellín (solo dancer of the Spanish Ballet of Murcia), Brief Life by Antonio Márquez (former star dancer of the National Ballet of Spain) or Ónira by choreographer José Manuel Buzón (former solo dancer of the National Ballet of Spain), also highlight Gaudium by José Manuel García (former dancer of the National Ballet of Spain) or In the heart of time by Mercedes Burgos (dancer of the National Ballet of Spain)

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Spanish Dance Mention

Mention Manager
Prof. Dr. José Manuel Buzón

+ 34 914-888-177
josemanuel.buzon@alicialonso.org

Mon – Fri. Morning and afternoon

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Spanish dance

The academic program of the Mention stimulates and promotes training activities transversal to the academic plan, through visits to theaters, exhibitions, training workshops, talks, presentations and meetings with dance professionals.

COURSE 1
Semester Subject Character Credits
1 Music FB 6
1 Scenic and Audiovisual Communication Theory FB 6
1 Spanish Dance Methodology I OP 4,5
2 Analysis of the Historical Evolution of Dance FB 6
2 Copyright and Intellectual Property FB 6
2 History of the Performing Arts FB 6
2 Makeup and Characterization OB 3
2 Nutrition, Kinesiology and Dance Performance OB 3
Annual Classical Dance Technique Training I OB 6
Annual Spanish Dance Technique Training I OP 6
Annual Spanish Dance Repertoire I OP 6
Annual Spanish Dance Staging Workshop I OP 6
Total credits to study: 64,5

 

COURSE 2
Semester Subject Character Credits
1 Design as an Author in the Performing Arts FB 6
1 Composition, Visual Perception and Color in the Scenic Space OB 6
1 Methodology of Spanish Dance II OP 4,5
2 computer art FB 6
2 Performance Studies applied to the Performing Arts FB 6
2 Theatrical, Choreographic and Audiovisual Script FB 6
Annual modern language FB 6
Annual Classical Dance Technique Training II OB 6
Annual Spanish Dance Technique Training II OP 6
Annual Spanish Dance Repertoire II OP 6
Annual Spanish Dance Staging Workshop II OP 6
Total credits to study: 64,5
COURSE 3
Semester Subject Character Credits
1 Historical and Character Dances OB 3
1 Pantomime OB 3
1 Methodology of Spanish Dance III OP 4.5
2 Illustration as Visual Essay in the Performing Arts OB 3
Annual Choreographic Composition OB 6
Annual Classical Dance Technique Training III OB 6
Annual Research Methodology in the Performing Arts OB 6
Annual Technique and Registry of Interpretation of the Arts OB 6
Annual Spanish Dance Technique Training III OP 6
Annual Spanish Dance Repertoire III OP 6
Annual Spanish Dance Staging Workshop III OP 6
Total credits to study: 55,5
COURSE 4
Semester Subject Character Credits
1 Curriculum design and evaluation OB 3
1 Set design and lighting in the performing arts OB 6
1 Management and production of artistic projects OB 4,5
1 Psychopedagogy applied to dance OB 6
1 Academic Recognition of Credits OB 6
Annual external practices OB 24
Annual Undergraduate Thesis Project OB 6
Total credits to study: 55,5

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Why study with us?

  • Constant stage practice
  • Complementary workshops and seminars with guest teachers and artists
  • Visits to museums, art centers and shows
  • Participation in national and international festivals and events, as part of the IUDAA agreements with prestigious institutions
  • You can be part of the Madrid Chamber Ballet with performances in the National Network of Theaters and Auditoriums

One of the main objectives of the Mention is; promote and originate the stage practice of all the courses of the degree (from first to fourth), in order to create research projects from all areas of stage creation, as well as the exploitation and dynamization of the four branches of Spanish Dance (Bowling school, stylized dance, Folklore and Flamenco).

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Today, Spanish dance has become a universal style, born from the most genuine expressions of Spanish culture that is exported throughout the world and has flourishing schools in China, Japan, the United States and Latin America.

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