The Al-Andalus Choreographic Project is an artistic and educational initiative designed to promote the learning, practice, and dissemination of neoandalusi dance and to encourage the production of shows in this style.
There are different schedules and groups, starting on different dates. Each group will consist of 5-8 dancers.
The project is organized in 2 phases:
Phase 1: Study of Choreographies and Adaptation
Various Dates and Times
The training consists of 40 hours of practical classes where choreographies will be studied, adapted to the group, and musical knowledge will be developed. All classes can be done online or in person, as desired. There are different schedules and groups, starting on different dates. Each group will be composed of 5-8 dancers who will study:
- 3-4 group dance choreographies (depending on duration)
- 1 group or individual improvisation
- 1 final choreography
Phase 2: Staging, Rehearsals with Live Music, Costume Fittings
There will be 20 hours of rehearsals in Madrid over 5 days in July before the show to finalize the choreographies and staging.
This includes costume fittings, rehearsals with live music, and a general rehearsal and performance on July 20th in Madrid.