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Learn Spanish and Flamenco

Learn Spanish and Dance Flamenco in Spain

Learn Spanish and flamenco, the typical dance of the Andalusia region At Expanish. The Spanish & Flamenco program provides students a stimulating experience of complete immersion through flamenco. In this manner, the student learns Spanish from an alternative and challenging environment.
For those who wish to immerse themselves in a cultural experience on another level, we designed the special program to best combine our Intensive Spanish 20 course together with flamenco classes, so you not only learn the language inside the classroom but also in the dynamic environment of exciting and traditional dance.

Spanish & Flamenco Quickfacts

Lessons per week: 20 hours group lessons per week, 2 tango classes per week

Class Length Each group class is 50 minutes long

Program Duration: Minimum 1 week

Schedule: Monday to Friday, group Spanish classes from 9:30am to 1:30pm, flamenco classes to be arranged to fit your schedule

Spanish Level: All levels

Class Size: Average 5, maximum 10

Start Date: Every Monday

What’s included: Welcome pack, Spanish course book, 4 free immersion activities per week, 24/7 emergency assistance, orientation, WiFi and computers with internet access

Learn Spanish and Flamenco
Learn Spanish and Flamenco

Why learn Spanish and Flamenco in Barcelona?

Barcelona is an ideal place to learn Spanish and Flamenco together. Learning the history of and dancing this traditional dance will allow you to make a deeper connection to Spanish culture. This course is great for anyone who wants to say they tried flamenco in the country in which it was born and is even suitable for professional dancers who want to learn a new form or hone their craft.

Course Structure

The program consists of 20 lessons of intensive Spanish classes per week, given in the form of group classes either in the morning from 9:30 to 12:30 or in the afternoon from 14:30 to 18:30. The methodology combines conversation theory and dynamics that encourage student participation and dialogue with each other. Topics covered include current events or day-to-day situations that the student considers relevant.
To complement the base program, two group Flamenco classes are added to the schedule during the same week as the intensive Spanish course of 20hs. They take place during the afternoon / evening so that the student can attend without issue regardless of which Spanish class shift you may have.

Sample Day
9:30 AM
1st group module
11:20 AM
2nd module
12:30 PM
3rd module
12:30 PM
06:00 PM
Group flamenco class
02:30 PM
The Academic Team

Paula Cerderia

Academic Coordinator





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