Cristina Heere patrons of American origin, settled in Sevilla for almost a quarter of a century, has fulfilled her dream: to integrate her Flemish schools in a unique building in the heart of Sevilla district of Triana, in the street Purza. In a building of 1.500 square meters, now houses of a hundred students from 40 countries. The director of the Academy is Maria José Sanchez.
The foundation of Flamenco art that promotes Heeren is the culmination of an expansion of passion that sky felt the, at age of 12, she attended a show of Antonio the dancer. Since them she has devoted herself to this art, and now “without public aid” she says, she has succeeds in creating the faculty for which she has fought so much.
Pepa Sanchez emphasizes how, for the first time, an integrated and comprehensive curriculum is offered, with practices and theories that cover three courses and 30-hour didactic weeks, from the essential techniques of singing, dancing and touch to studies of purchases, history, literature or Anthropology.
Cristina Heeren does not want to hear about money and does not mean how much this last project coast. “Is not the important thing” she affirms, while her students dedicate a coral heel to which the patron responds with a broad smiles.