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In our English camps, in addition to our own language classes, we encourage students to use English in a spontaneous and natural way through leisure activities, sports, dealing with monitors, etc. There’s no better way to discover Madrid’s famous tapas scene than with an insider, so I would always recommend booking a ‘Madrid Tapas Walking Tour’, particularly if this clases de teatro is your first visit. On this 3-hour tour you’ll visit four tapas bars, learning fun facts about Madrid as you go. In November 1994 the TNT – Territorio de Nuevos Tempos – made its first move as the only international private center operating in Andalusia which is dedicated to training, research and theatrical creation and finally began as such in early 1995.
Her latest work as a costume designer are Com els Grecs, directed by Josep Maria Mestres at the Teatre Lliure, El Gran Mercado del Mundo , directed by Xavier Albertí at the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya andEl Dolor starring Ariadna Gil and directed by Lurdes Barba. She participated in more than 200 productions such as A Chorus Line, La Cage Aux Folles, Annie, Barnum.She participated in numerous special television programs, operas and ballets. In cinema, she won an Oscar and BAFTA award for The Great Gatsby‘s costumes. She won the New York City Medal of Freedom, as well as several Fashion Academy awards and honorary awards for her professional career.



More than 70 pedagogues from twenty countries have passed by the international laboratory of TNT. The House Of Bernarda Alba meant a before and after on the social theatre here in Spain, her actresses tour over the most important theatres in Spain and participated in European Events. Now they have come back with Fuenteovejuna where they represent the best example of “Other Theatre is possible” the slogan that TNT made public when they received the National Theatre Award in 2008.
The weather could not be better and you can always enjoy the sea as well as the mountains. It is a charming city that also offers a wide variety of ways to spend your free time. If you decide to come to Camino, you will enjoy all of this, because our school not only offers the highest quality Spanish classes but offers varied activities 7 days a week. I think Barcelona is a perfect place as it is a cosmopolitan city, where you can find new things every day. Also, I think that Camino Barcelona is a perfect place to integrate yourself in the Spanish culture and language, and at the same time you can discover one of the most beautiful and amazing cities in Spain and in the World. Enjoy yourself on Wednesday evenings with us in L’Ajuntaera hall of the school, eating typical Spanish dishes, and listening and dancing to past and present Spanish music in our Spanish fiesta.

Combine these with visiting the world's oldest Chinatown, in the Binondo district – the food, specifically the Hong Kong fare sold by the hawkers, is unbelievable. Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Pablo de Naverán Praised by critics internationally, he is currently considered to be one of the most outstanding Spanish cello players. He has played as a soloist in Europe, Argentina, Japan and the Ukraine, in emblematic venues like the Teatro Colón , Tokyo and Osaka Symphony Hall, Victoria Hall , Tonhalle (Zürich), Philharmonie , Grand Théâtre de la Cité , Mozarteum or the Arriaga Theatre . This evening enjoy a traditional Basque meal at any one of the many fine restaurants in the city such as La Vieja Zortzi or the superb Zortziko, where Basque cuisine is taken to a new level. After decending, continue along the river walkway to the Plaza del Arenal, passing on the way many historic buildings including the splendid Town Hall.
Juan Olías Fernández's documentary collection, who was the SGAE's Head of Musical Archives . This collection brings together programmes, letters, photographs, books and disks with dedications from their authors, and is a testimony of a busy life in which he secured professional ties with numerous composers and performers. La Mancha composer Ángel Arteaga de la Guía's documentary collection, made in Spain and Germany, who received several awards in his youth. Professionally, he mainly worked in the teaching and the composition of cinematographic music and television, which is what nourishes the bulk of this documentary set. The archive of the composer and orchestral conductor José Mª Legaza Puchol, donated in 1995, is composed mainly of the numerous songs and "cuplés" that he wrote in the thirties and forties of the 20th century for singers such as Antonio Molina, Rafael Farina and Pastora Imperio.
In July 1999 the SGAE received from Elsa del Campo, daughter and heiress of Conrado, the scores and drafts of his works previously stored at the Juan March Foundation. This great musician and viola performer, who in turn was a teacher of several generations of composers (Bacarisse, Julián Bautista, Remacha, Miguel Alonso, etc.), was one of the great Spanish creators of the twentieth century. It is a valuable corpus that brings together his chamber music, lyrics and symphony music. The SGAE’s Documentation and Archive Centre is Spain’s most important civil archive of music as well as one of the most complete theatre libraries in the country. Its origin runs parallel to that of the SGAE itself as the archive was created at the same moment the Society was founded and it has never ceased to grow over these more than a hundred years of life thanks to the creative activities of its members.

Beatmac creates a new genre of musical improvisation called soundlooping that mixes choral music, circlesongs, soundpainting, live looping and improv at the same time. Today there are three other companies trained by him, using this genre of musical improvisation. The open acting workshops for adults are specially directed to those willing to approach the experience of the theatre but have tight schedules and time. It is a fun way to make a first contact with clear objective towards a deeper understanding of the theatrical language. In the advance courses, students show both the end of studies production as well as their own personal project, opting with those last ones to the selection of ACT Festival. From urban parks in the city, to forested areas in the Bilbao Green Belt.
Sculptures such as Jeff Koon’s Tulips and Puppy can be found outside; highlights inside include Untitled by Mark Rothko. LA FAKTORIA Choreographic Center Choreographic Center offers an international training and research program in contemporary dance under the direction of MARTA CORONADO, LAIDA ALDAZ & CARMEN LARRAZ in the city of Pamplona north of Spain. He has studied piano and saxophone at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música Ángel Barrios in Granada, contemporary dancing at the Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Reina Sofía in Granada and some other disciplines in many schools around Andalusia. He then continued training his singing and dancing skills with teachers like Jose Masegosa, Alberto Sánchez and Raúl Cassinerio, among others.

We will investigate how tensions are organized in a scene, between two characters, during the game of a situation. We will learn the influence that the space has on our body and how we can use it as a tool for our creations. Their projects have been wide published in magazines, blogs and specialized media in architecture. Architects from different generations, they lace their shared interests on cultural and social concerns. Common to their diverse projects is the combination of efficiency and imagination to emerge new synergies and relations that remain hidden on each specific context.
As dance captain, swing and understudy for Sky, as well as in the musicals Sugar, Follies, The Wild Party, Canta y Baila con los Clanners, Elvis – the King Story and the zarzuela La del Manojo de Rosas, among others. He has been a member of and choreographer for the vocal group Deudeveu, winner of the talent show Oh Happy Day on TV3. They released two albums, Junts and Nàufrags, and after a European tour, they toured the major theaters and festivals in Catalonia.

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