INTREPIDA date: Guided visit and lesson at Matilde Coral dance school
The INTREPIDA project invites you to discover the insides of businesses, how they were created, their workplaces and their services. Among the dates for the month of March there is an interesting guided visit to the escuela de danza Matilde Coral dance school in the Triana neighbourhood. There, we will hear about the beginnings of the school and visit lessons as they are being given. At the end of the tour, a teacher will show the visitors some basic steps of ‘rumbas’ dancing.
Created in 1970, the school continues to follow the teaching criteria of its founder, Matilde Coral, whose goal has always been to transmit and conserve the Seville school of Andalusian dance, declared an asset of cultural interest in 2012. The school has won awards including the National Teaching Award and is a conservator of the Seville School of Dance.
The costs deriving from this visit are fully covered by the INTREPIDA project, which has financial support from the Interreg POCTEP programme for cross-border cooperation between Spain and Portugal. Places are limited and will be allotted in strict order of inscription through this link.
Person in charge of the INTREPIDA project. Information on activities:
Catalina Bejarano. firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 673 86 64 75
The Fundación Tres Culturas del Mediterráneo (Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation) is the Main Beneficiary of the INTREPIDA project together with the following partners in Spain and Portugal: Fundación Universidad Empresa de la Provincia de Cádiz FUECA (Business University Foundation of the Province of Cádiz), Huelva County Council, REGIOTIC, Asociación de Empresarios de la Región de Portoalegre NERPOR (Association of Businesspeople of the Portoalegre Region) and Núcleo Empresarial de la Región de Évora NERE (Évora Region Business Hub). The INTREPIDA project has European financing from the INTERREG V A Spain-Portugal (POCTEP).