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SPAIN 2014 Event Information




APRIL 12-17, 2014


WDM @ Conservatorio Superior de Danza de Madrid
+34 646 785 310
c/ General Ricardos, 177
(entrada por c/ Clara Campoamor)
Madrid, 28025


Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, Theatre Jazz, Lyrical,  Acrobatics, Nacho Duato Choreographic Workshop, Gaga Movement Language, Ohad Naharin Repertory


Michèle Assaf, Bruno CollinetJoshua Pelatzky, Eva SánchezEva López Crevillén, David Marquez, Macia Del PreteNoa Paran

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Intermediate 13+ 
Advanced/Professional 17+

(Details about these levels and level placement can be found on the Registration Form).

NOTE: All dancers must be 18 years old to participate in WDM SPAIN without a chaperone/guardian. Dancers under 18 years old must be accompanied by a chaperone at least 21 years of age. If you do not have a chaperone, please contact us and we will attempt to assign you one. 

There is a $200 fee per week for the chaperone/guardian. You may add the chaperone to your registration form when you get to the "Classes & Prices" page. Please add one (1) chaperone per dancer under 18 years of age per week if needed. 

Parents will have to sign a release form. Please call +1.212.582.1090 with any questions. 


At the conclusion of the week of classes, the students perform the choreography they have learned throughout the week in a Final Gala Performance. Patrons of the arts, special guests and supporters of World Dance Movement are invited to the Gala to witness the various styles learned at WDM. 


* Water 
* Rehearsal wear that allows the instructors to clearly see the lines of the dancer's body.
* Students should refrain from wearing loose fitting or bulky items during class.
* For Gala performances: Black attire for Ballet and pink ballet shoes for women (black for men)
* Black biker shorts and long leggings or Jazz pants, a black top, Jazz shoes and black socks 
* Please bring a sun dress you can dance in.
* Please bring character shoes for the 'Theatre Jazz' Class.
* We do have a 'WDM Dance Shop' if you are missing something.

SPAIN 2014 Class Prices

Prices before February 28, 2014:

WDM SPAIN Core Classes: 

Registration Fee: $55 (Must be paid by all attendees – dancers, parents, workshop observers)

2 classes a day per week: $350
3 classes a day per week: $450
4 classes a day per week: $540
5 classes a day per week: $620


WDM SPAIN Elective Classes: 

Nacho Duato Workshop: $250
A.I. Flexibility and Yamuna Ball Rolling: $110
Acrobatics: $160


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Prices after March 1, 2014

WDM SPAIN Core Classes: 

Registration Fee: $55 (Must be paid by all attendees – dancers, parents, workshop observers)

2 classes a day per week: $365
3 classes a day per week: $465
4 classes a day per week: $555
5 classes a day per week: $635

WDM SPAIN Elective Classes:

Nacho Duato Workshop: $265
A.I. Flexibility and Yamuna Ball Rolling: $125
Acrobatics: $175

2014 Hotel Information

WDM Hotel

  • Holiday Inn Madrid - Piramides is a 5 minute van ride to the dance studio. The WDM vans will be organized to get you to and from your classes or you can easily jump on the public transportation. We cannot hold your Hotel Room until your entire WDM fee is paid. You must contact the hotel to reserve your room. Be sure to telll them you are with World Dance Movement. You will pay the Hotel directly for all accommodations when you arrive in Spain. The hotel does take credit cards (American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Diners Club, JCB, Maestro, CartaSi or Euro.) We will not be collecting any of the money for the Hotels. The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorize credit cards prior to arrival.

Paseo de los Acacias, 40

28005 Madrid
Tel +34 91 517 18 28
Fax + 34 91 468 81 06

To reserve your room, please send an email to: Iñaki Galve This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All Prices are per person, per day

CHECK-IN : APRIL 11, 2014
CHECK-OUT : APRIL 18, 2014


Room for 1: 82,80€ per day _ 7 days: 579,60€
Room for 2: 56,40€ per day _ 7 days: 394,80€
Room for 3: 52,00€ per day _ 7 days: 364,00€
Room for 4: 50,00€ per day _ 7 days: 350,00€

Room for 1: 69,60€ per day _ 7 days: 487,20€
Room for 2: 43,20€ per day _ 7 days: 302,40€
Room for 3: 38,80€ per day _ 7 days: 271,60€
Room for 4: 37,30€ per day _ 7 days: 261,10€

** All WDM Participants are invited by WDM staff to The GALA DINNER and the SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS CEREMONY, April 17, 2014 for 17€ to be paid at check-in.

(if your parents or friends are not registered at WDM Spain, they may join the Gala dinner for 17€)

Spain 2014 Travel Information


Final Airport destination: Madrid-Barajas Airport

All dancers and visitors are responsible for booking their own flight accommodations. 

If you would like assistance or guidance with flight accommodations or travel plans before or after WDM Spain,

please contact the official World Dance Movement Travel Planner:

Dallas Minner -   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  / 901-278-2222


Please contact him and he can help you get the best prices on travel.

or check out these discounts below on your own!


Learn About Madrid




  • Royal Palace. Madrid's most beautiful building, the largest royal palace in Western Europe. 
  • Puerta del Sol. Madrid's most central and best known square. 
  • Plaza Mayor. Marvellous enclosed square, perfect to sit outside and people watch. 
  • Templo de Debod. An authentic 2nd Century BC Egyptian temple in the middle of Madrid! 
  • Madrid Cathedral. Madrid's largest and most important church. 
  • Plaza de la Villa. Incredibly historic square, home to the 15th Century Torre de Lujanes, 16th Century Casa de Cisneros and the 17th Century Casa de la Villa.
  • Puerta de Alcalá. A Madrid icon, this old city gate even has a song dedicated to it! 
  • Gran Vía. Madrid's most famous and most central street. 
  • Plaza de Cibeles. Central square where Real Madrid celebrates championship wins and home to the Bank of Spain. 
  • Plaza de Oriente. Beautiful square located in front of the Royal Palace. 


  • Watch flamenco. Madrid is a stage for some of the best flamenco dancers in the world. Visit a flamenco restaurant for the perfect night-out. 
  • See a bullfight. The best bullfighters show off their skills in Spain's capital. 
  • Watch Real Madrid play. The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium plays host to one of the best football teams in the world. 
  • Take an open-topped bus tour. See the most important sights and monuments in under 2 hours, enabling you to choose which to visit later. 
  • Eat at the world's oldest restaurant. Botin is recognised as such in the Guinness Book of Records. 
  • Try some tapas. The quintessential and ubiquitous Spanish food. 
  • Take a ride on Madrid's cable car. The Teleférico gives visitors wonderful panoramic views of many of the capital's best sights & attractions.
  • Walk in the Park. Enjoy the wide open spaces, rose-garden, boating lake, and the wonderful street theatre at the Retiro Park. 
  • Go to the Rastro. Madrid's weekly flea market allows you to buy almost anything under the sun! 
  • Try chocolate con churros. After all the activity above, you'll need to restore your energy with some chocolate con churros. What's this? 


  • The Prado. One of Europe's premier art museums, the Prado is a must when visiting Madrid. 
  • The Reina Sofia. Picasso's 'Woman in Blue' and Guernica paintings are just 2 of the highlights. 
  • The Thyssen-Bornemisza. Some say this is the world's best private art collection, now managed by the Spanish state. 
  • CaixaForum. A new addition to Madrid's cultural offering, includes an amazing vertical garden. 
  • Fundación Lázaro Galdiano. Overshadowed by the famous museums listed above, but this is Madrid's hidden gem - one of the city's best art museums. 
  • Goya Museum. The main attraction here are the frescos the famous painter was commissioned to paint in this chapel. 
  • Museo Sorolla. The studio-mansion of the Impressionist painter Joaquin Sorolla exhibits examples of his works. 
  • Casa Museo Lope de Vega. Dedicated to Spain's greatest playwright, this small museum reproduces a 17th Century Spanish home. 
  • Archaeological Museum. The most important exhibit here is the Dama de Elche, a woman's bust from the 4th or 5th Century BC. 
  • Naval Museum. One of the world's most important naval museums, right here in Madrid.


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