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and Audition 2024

Audition applications are now open.

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    2024 / 25

    With a physical base in Barcelona, ADDA’s 10-month Professional Training Program will guide you to develop your full potential as an individual and as an artist. Ready to take a new approach?

    Audition applications are now open for aspiring dancers aged 18 to 23. Secure your spot in our program, as vacancies are limited.

    From September
    to June

    Daily classes of classical and contemporary techniques.

    Weekly sessions of Horton technique, Flying Low, Improvisation, Composition, Mixed Repertoire, Pilates, Gyrokinesis, Mental coaching, Psychology sessions, and Yoga.

    Monthly sessions of Master classes and Workshops with international Guests Artists.

    Program is 1,400 hours over 10 months, for dancers age 18 to 23.

    Build a professional network with our Ecosystem of Professionals, immersing yourself in Choreographic Creation Processes.


    09.00 – 10.00  | 1h  Pilates – Yoga or Gyrokinesis

    10.00 – 11.30  |  1.30h Ballet or Contemporary

    11.30 – 11.45  |  15min Break

    11.45 – 13.15  |  1.30h Ballet or Contemporary

    13.15 – 14.15  |  1h Composition – Improvisation or Rehearsals

    14.15 – 15.00  |  45min Lunch

    15.00 – 16.30  |  1.30h Psycho Emotional Development sessions – Rehearsal or Contemporary

    Base staff and Guest artists

    Throughout your journey, you’ll have contact with our vibrant artistic ecosystem as individuals and artists, recognizing that we are destined to collaborate and create together.

    “Dance training has not always been approached in a physically and mentally healthy way; that’s why I’m so excited to hear that ADDA is committed to training the total dancer with an emphasis on healthy work environments and looking forward to being a part of it.”

    Jos Baker, Choreographer and Dancer, he was member of Peeping Tom

    Art and science with a social impact
    generates a “vital sense” that will
    strengthen the passion for dance