Currently in Andalusia, and the rest of the world, there is a high demand for training in our music. Flamenco requires a high qualification that allows people to develop their professional careers. Therefore, this title will aim to achieve professional skills for all students. The title aims to be a platform for the students of this degree to be the artists of the present and of the near future and close to each one of us.
In the different confinements that took place in 2020, dance teachers from public and private spheres have used online teaching with satisfactory results. Virtual teaching allows students from any geographical location or with health or work problems that prevent them from taking regular dance classes, to successfully follow a study plan. In the case of foreign students, it also means the opportunity to do so without having to move to live in our country.
The title especially covers university training for people who have not undergone official studies at a conservatory or university, a very frequent question in the world of flamenco. In addition, it can serve as a complement to training and curriculum for those who have.
In any case, it allows people who have difficulties studying at a conservatory or university to obtain a degree and academic knowledge. Graduates, for their part, will be able to deepen their knowledge.
In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to learn from professionals of recognized prestige under the umbrella of a curriculum that pursues the complete, pedagogical, technical and scientific training of flamenco dance.FacultyEliezer Truco Pinillos “La Truco” (Andalusian Flamenco School)
María del Carmen Rivas Aranda "La Talegona" (Andalusian Flamenco School)
José Antonio Lucena Girón “José Lucena” (Andalusian Flamenco School)
Antonio Chica De la Torre "El Tabanco" (Andalusian Flamenco School)
Javier Antonio García Expósito “Javier Latorre” (Andalusian Flamenco School)
Rafael Hoces Ortega (Professional Dance Conservatory of Granada)
Mariola Lupiáñez Castillo (University of Granada)
Sebastián Gómez Lozano (Catholic University of Murcia)
Alfonso Vargas Macías (Telethusa Flamenco Research Center)
José Manuel Castillo López (University of Seville)
Estefanía Brao Martín (Superior Dance Conservatory of Malaga)ProgrammingThe study has a total of 15 ECTS, which are distributed in the following modules:
Module I. Flamenco dance 6 ECTS)Flamenco dance (6 ECTS)Module II. Music, body and mind (6 ECTS)Music theory applied to dance (1.5 ECTS)
Mental preparation for acting (1.5 ECTS)
Technical and physical conditioning in flamenco dance (1.5 ECTS)
Introduction to flamenco research methodology (1.5 ECTS)Module III. Final project (3 ECTS)Final expert workTeaching methodologyThe methodology is divided into two, according to the theoretical or practical content of the subject.
For the flamenco dance subject, the modeling or imitation method is used, traditionally used in flamenco dance. The teacher exposes content that the students imitate. Said contents are exposed through moving images.
Theoretical subjects have an expository-active methodology, where meaningful learning is favored by integrating the new knowledge in the previous background of the students.
The online teaching methodology has been tested in both private teaching carried out by the EFA and public teaching, implemented by dance conservatories.Places, Access Requirements and Admission CriteriaNo. of places: 30
The requirement is that the assistants have a professional level of flamenco dance. They must have developed an experience as professional dancers, either locally, nationally or internationally. The minimum requirements are those that are required in the Admission Criteria, depending on the group or groups (4) to which you belong.
At least one of the following admission criteria must be met:Professionals with more than 5 years of Experience in Teaching and Training in Flamenco Dance or Spanish Dance in Private Centers.Accreditation: documentation proving professional experience. Attach complete CV.Graduates from the Professional or Superior Conservatory of Dance in the Specialty of Flamenco Dance or Spanish Dance.Accreditation: title or receipt of payment of the same fees. Attach complete CV.Artists in general in the disciplines of Flamenco Dance and Spanish Dance, with more than five years of experience.Accreditation: documentation that demonstrates the experience. Attach complete CV.Teachers of Flamenco Dance and Spanish Dance of the Official Centers of the Andalusian School of Flamenco.Accreditation: certificate issued by the EFA. Attach complete CV.
The students who obtain the highest score in the following scale will have priority in admission:Students with a greater number of years of experience. (1 point / year)
With the highest degree and number. (1 point professional degree, diploma, 2 degree points, higher degree, 3 master points, 4 doctorate)
EFA certified. (5 points)