Posts Tagged ‘candombe’

La semana pasada la ciudad disfruto de una gran variedad de música en vivo / Last week the city has enjoyed a wide range of life music

Concientro de Rolling Stones,  un concierto de rock para la historia, leer mas   Mick Jaggar, el cantante disfrutó de una noche de candombe, (Afro-Uruguayan culture).

Espectáculos carnavaleros en el teatro de verano y otros lugares de la ciuad, leer mas

Jazz, folklore, reggae, blues etc. leer mas

En Montevideo siempre hay algo por hacer.

Interested in learning Spanish and learing more about the Candombe and Carnival culture? You can book Spanish lessons in the morning and enjoy drumming and culture lessons / activities in the afternoon, contact us

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A story that began hundreds of years ago in Africa. During two days the streets of “Barrio Sur” will be the centre of the Carnival performance ” Las Llamadas”.  Even if you don’t like dancing, the ritmen of the drums make your feet move… 

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Uruguay used to be South America’s best-kept secret, with a handful of Argentines, Brazilians, Chileans and non–South Americans in the know popping in to enjoy the pristine beaches, the atmospheric cities, the huge steaks and the happening nightlife, read more

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The organizers of Montevideo’s annual Carnival celebrations have announced the dates for Carnaval 2011. SO this is the perfect time to take advantage of our special packet, Spanish and Carnival! This is what it’s all about:

Experience the longest Carnival celebrations in the world and perfect your Spanish at the same time, through this special Spanish course! You will study in the mornings and spend the evenings and afternoons going to carnival performances of Candombe, Samba and Murga several days per week. You’ll go to performances at the open air Summer Theatre, as well as rehearsals and parades in the streets. You’ll also go to the Carnival Museum to learn about Carnival’s history and to see vintage photographs, costumes and floats from Carnivals over the years. You’ll have the chance to meet important people in the Montevideo Carnival community and you can even get involved in a Carnival make-up workshop. The Spanish classes cover both grammar and conversation and they are taught entirely in Spanish (the immersion method), according to the method established by the European community. In our experience this maximises the learning experience, allowing students to get the most of their Spanish studies. This program includes two weeks of accommodation with a local family, giving you the perfect opportunity to get to know the Uruguayan lifestyle a little better and accelerate your learning by sharing time and meals with your Uruguayan host family.

You can find out all about our Spanish immersion programs through our website, or e-mail info@spanish-herradura.com.

Find more information about the Spanish and carnival program here.

The important dates for Carnaval 2011 are the following:

  • January 24th: selection of the Carnival Queens and Samba parade
  • January 27th: the inaugural parade
  • February 3rd and 4th: the llamadas candombe drummin parades
  • February 10th: Samba schools parade
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