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Shine School of Music in Barcelona offers quality music classes for students of all ages and all levels, providing a simultaneously structured, creative and fun approach to learning music. Whether you are a beginner with no previous experience, a seasoned musician looking for new musical horizons, or someone just looking to pick up a few new chords, there is a place for you at Shine.
With over thirty professional musicians as teachers, each with a diverse repertoire of specialties, the school offers classes in all instruments and in all musical genres. At Shine, each student is an individual with distinct musical needs and preferences and the school prides itself on connecting the student with the teacher best suited for his/her individual needs and objectives. And if you don’t have an instrument and would like to take one home to practice, don’t worry; Shine Instrument Rental can provide you with a number of inexpensive options.
Creative Theatre and Art Classes (& More!) Collage offers hands-on, English language learning programs, using theatre and art. Classes are held in a creative learning space. Collage strives to keep classes small and dedicated to each and every student. Programs are created to recognize the individual learning styles of students and to allow them to progress at their own pace. Collage maintains a teacher to student ratio of no more than 1:5, with a maximum of 10 students in a class. Programs have been developed over a decade of hands-on experience, building lessons that have proven effective to both learn English and respect every student’s learning style and rhythm. About NicholeView all posts by Nichole | Website
Bio Vegan Food Bio-vegan grocer, The Living Food, offers a wide selection of locally grown, cruelty free, and GMO free products. They sell vegan artisan cheeses, superfoods, bio cosmetics, supplements, raw foods, and gluten free products. The Living Food holds a variety of certifications, including European Organic, Vegan, Cruelty Free, and Gluten Free. The bright and airy store in the Eixample neighborhood also showcases fermented products, along with a careful selection of clean cosmetics, supplements, and anti-aging products. Finally, customers can expect personal attention by way of workshops offered by specialists in various fields. Follow The Living Food’s blog to stay updated on topics such as kimchi, animal cruelty free initiatives, gluten free products, and sustainable living. About NicholeView all posts by Nichole | Website
A Bulk Food Store with Options Founded in 1940, Casa Perris is a well established bulk sale retailer of rice, grains, legumes, nuts, and dried fruits. You can also find many types of flour, cereals, chocolates, honey, tea, and food supplements. Their huge shop in the heart of El Born offers up products in both pre-packaged and bulk options displayed in burlap sacks and bins. Online, Casa Perris provides a small list of relevant recipes, such as vegan curry with garbanzos, English muffins, and gluten-free bread, with ingredients easily available at their shop. For those customers who want to read up more on issues such as alternatives to wheat or how to use garbanzo flour, the shop’s online blog covers a variety of such interesting topics. About NicholeView all posts by Nichole | Website
Traç Centre D’Expressio Plastica Traç offers adults the opportunity to enjoy art in a quiet and relaxed environment, ideal for developing creativity. They encourage a first-class broad artistic education, which takes into account the person and their context. The Traç courses are designed to inspire students to think, imagine, share, communicate and enjoy the different creative possibilities of art. Traç courses and workshops include: visual arts, painting, sculpture, engraving, and restoration. Additionally, the school organizes conferences, guided tours and other art-related activities. Traç caters to professional artists and craftsmen as well as enthusiasts. It aims to boost creativity, to nurture interaction between artists and, at the same time, to make it accessible for everyone to work and experiment with different visual arts languages. The instructors monitor the progress of the students individually and adjust the instruction to the level of experience of each person. Students are also given the opportunity to show their work in Traç’s exhibition hall. About Meagan BellovinMeagan arrived in Barcelona in 2019, having left behind a full life of family, friends, and career in Austin, Texas. Originally educated as a journalist, Meagan taught children in her local public school system for nearly ten years before moving to Barcelona with her husband and dog. Since her arrival, she has embraced local living, taking Spanish classes, making new friends, and rediscovering her journalism past by writing for The Barcelona Edit.View all posts by Meagan Bellovin