Entries by Tablao Las Carboneras

María Reyes

Born in Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz) in 1991. She starts dancing at four years of age with her teacher María Jesús Rosso. She started at the Professional Conservatory of Dance of Cádiz, finishing her flamenco studies with the prize for the best academic record in that specialty at the Andalusian region, while studying in […]

Inmaculada Aranda

(Cordoba, 1983). Achieves medium professional degree title of Spanish Dance at the Conservatory Luis del Río of Córdoba, studying with teachers like Maica Moyano, Inmaculada Calvo, Maria del Carmen del Río, Maria del Carmen Jiménez, Estrella Muñiz, Maria Fernanda Alvarez, and Inmaculada Aguilar. She studied flamenco in Córdoba private schools as in Maria “La Chata”s, […]

Manuel Reyes

Born in Córdoba in a gypsy family in 1974, although since childhood he has resided in Madrid, where he began his training as a dance professional. At an early age, he entered the flamenco academy Amor de Dios, to later also begin his studies of classical dance in the school of the National Ballet of […]

Ángel Reyes

Born in Córdoba in 1993, he started dancing at the young age of three years at the Tacón y Bordón school, having as a teacher María del Mar Román “La Chata” for ten years. At six years of age, he gets the first prize in the Veo Veo television contest. He has trained with artists […]

Ana Romero

Ana Romero   Born in Melbourne, Australia, with Andalusian parents, she has trained in flamenco dancing with teachers such as Manolete, “El Güito”, Belén Maya, Manolo Marín, “La China”, Manuel Reyes, Ciro, Paco Fernández, “La Tona”, Milagros Mengíbar, Paco Romero, Rafaela Carrasco, “La Tati”, Manuel Liñán, Marco Flores, Alejandro Granados, Yolanda Heredia, Alfonso Losa or […]

Isabel Rodríguez

Born in Barcelona in 1987. She began studying dance at the Theatre Institute of Barcelona and flamenco at dance schools as La Tani and Paca García. She began her career in the Catalan company “Somorrostro” with the show “Andanzas” in 2002, directed by Javier Latorre. She has participated in several dance festivals highlighting Grec 2003 […]

Víctor Márquez “Tomate”

Cordoba guitarist descendant of a family of flamenco guitarists known as “Los Tomates de Cordoba”, he begins his apprenticeship with nine years under the tutelage of his cousin Juan Manuel Muñoz “El Tomate”. His teaching continues by his uncle Juan “El Tomate”, instructing him in the accompaniment to singing. Professionally, he has worked on numerous […]


Born in Elche (Alicante), where she began her studies in classical dance and Spanish dance in the school of her mother, Pilar Sánchez. At the age of 18 she moved to Madrid where she began her professional career in dancing with different companies: Compañía de Carmen Cortés, Manolete, Antonio Canales, El Güito, among others. During […]

Lorena Franco

She made contact with dance for the first time at age 5 at the Nieves Camacho dance academy in Córdoba, continuing her training at the flamenco dance studio Encarna López and Rafael del Pino “Keko”. In Spanish dance she studied at the Professional Conservatory of Córdoba, Luis del Río. In the years 2005-2007 she was […]

Olga Llorente

Olga Aznar García, better known as Olga Llorente (Sant Adrià de Besós, Barcelona, ​​1990), is a dancer and choreographer. Graduated in Spanish Dance at the Professional Conservatory of Barcelona (Institut del Teatre). Training at the La Tani flamenco school and at the Pilar Domínguez school. Later she received classes from teachers such as Antonio Canales, […]