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CEA Cultural Immersion Trip to Spain:

The CEA Spanish dance and Soccer trip to Spain was an incredible cultural immersion experience, where students had the opportunity to expand their horizons, see the world differently, and learn more, all while developing their passions.

Spanish dancers took class in the Carmen Amaya Conservatory in Madrid and Amor de Dios in Madrid, as well as Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Antonio Ruiz Soler and Fundacion Flamenco Cristina Heeren in Seville. They experienced the four disciplines of Spanish dance in the most formal to the most folkloric settings. Our dancers took class and performed alongside young dancers from the Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Antonio Ruiz Soler in Seville, forming new friendships and bonds with children their age in another part of the world. They observed several classes and attended performances that allowed them to more deeply grasp and understand the subtleties and meaning of the dance and experience it on a more emotional and profound level, thus eventually being able to transfer that knowledge into their own performances.

Soccer players trained with the best of the best.  They had training sessions, clinics, and activities with professional coaches from Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, and Real Betis.  They learned new techniques and drills to improve their skills and develop a better understanding of the game.  They played three friendly games against local teams their age, building an atmosphere of collaboration where they left with not only new skills, but also new friendships. They also visited the Santiago Bernabeu and Real Betis stadiums, and even attended a professional soccer game!

Together, we visited the Prado and the Reina Sofia Museums, learning about different types of art. The group visited Segovia, where we learned about the famous aqueduct and even ate the local cochinillo! In Merida, we visited the Roman amphitheatre, where thousands of years ago gladiators fought early theatre plays took place. We ate lunch in a venta in La Mancha, experiencing first hand the kind of place Cervantes describes in Don Quixote, which they had been studying in their Spanish classes.

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Madrid

Amor de Dios, Madrid

Ballet Nacional de España

Benito Villamarín Stadium, Sevilla

Fundacion Cristina Hereen

Fundacion Real Madrid

Conservatorio Carmen Amaya

Conservatorio de Sevilla Antonio Ruiz Soler

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Segovia

Sevilla

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