Yerai Cortés

Yerai Cortés was born in Alicantinas, grows up in a humble family that lives flamenco in a homemade way. With the support of his mother and the teaching of his father who put the music in his hands, he has been able to play worldwide in important theaters and share the stage with artists such as Rancapino, Farruquito, Richard Bona, El Guadiana, Jorge Pardo, Pitingo , among others.

Triana Maciel

She started her studies in Guadalajara, Jalisco (Mexico), at Las Cabales school. At age 16 she won the first prize in the choreography contest of the Iberian Contemporary Festival and began her career in Spain in some of the most prestigious tablaos in Madrid, such as Casa Patas, Las Carboneras and Corral de la Morería, in Barcelona tablaos as Los Tarantos and Casa Camarón and in Granada in La Casa de la Memoria, El Rincón de los Olvidados and Jardines de Zoraya.

Winner of the prize of the tablao contest of Villa Rosa and the second prize of Las Carboneras.

She is part of the billboard of the Tío Luis de la Juliana Festival together with great artists such as Trini de la Isla and Gabriel de la Tomasa. She participates in different projects of great artists such as “Antojo” by Antonio Canales and Mónica Fernández; Flamenco Festival Panama, with Farruquito, and elaborates her own projects as “Huellas Flamencas” with the Las Cabales dance school in Mexico, collaborating with great artists such as Jesús Carmona, Nino de los Reyes or Lucía Campillo. In the last year she has been part of the flamenco group of bailaor Pedro Córdoba at the prestigious Garlochi tablao in Tokyo (Japan).

Carmen Young

Flamenco dancer from the city of Aguascalientes, Mexico. She started her dance studies at the Academia Flamenco Vive in Aguascalientes and since then she has continued taking classes and courses and participating in festivals and other presentations as a guest artist. From the age of eight she started taking courses with Cristóbal Reyes, with whom she studied during her stay in Madrid in 2001. From 2012 she has continued her studies in Madrid and Seville, being her main teachers Antonio and Manuel Reyes, Javier Barón, Luisa Palicio and Milagros Mengíbar; She has also taken courses with Juana Amaya, Choro Molina, Mercedes de Córdoba and Lucía “La Piñona”.

At the age of 18, she was a repeater of maestro Cristóbal Reyes on his 2011 tours and 2012 and in courses in different states of Mexico. She was the winner of the scholarship for Study Abroad awarded by the Cultural Institute of Aguascalientes through the State Fund for Culture and the Arts, FECA 2012-2013.

She was part of María Juncal’s company Bailamos Flamenco as main dancer performing at the theater in Mexico City. She has been presented in various theaters, halls, tablaos, cycles and distinguished flamenco festivals both in Mexico and in Madrid and Bilbao where she participated in the Cycle “Flamencos y Mestizos” solo and with Antonio Molina “El Choro”, directed by Paco Ortega, and in Jerez where she was soloist at the XX Festival de Jerez with the show “Eclosión” of the Cristina Heeren Foundation and as a dancer and substitute in “Flamenconautas”, directed by Javier Latorre at the XXII Festival de Jerez.

She currently resides in Seville where she works in the tablao Casa de la Memoria and El Arenal and also as a repeater and monitor at the Cristina Heeren Foundation.

In 2018 she is a finalist for the V Tablao Las Carboneras Dance Competition, in Madrid.

Miguel El Rubio

He has grown up surrounded by flamenco art, touring from his childhood places directed by important artists such as Manolo Caracol and la Niña de los Peines

His debut as a flamenco dancer was at age 5 in the show “Los gnomos del flamenco”, directed by Antonio Fernández Montoya, Farruco Junior.

At the age of 8 he participated in the show “Triana pura” – Bienal de Flamenco – Sevilla Spain.

He has traveled throughout the Spanish geography participating in many shows, acting with the Fernández Family, Ricardo Miño, Rocío Molina, Remedios Amaya, Pastora Galván, La Argentina, El Pele, among others.

2005- Leading role in the show “Flamenco de raza” with the cantaor Curro Fernández in Clôitre Nazaire de Bézièrs (France and Switzerland).

2007-2008-Spectacle “Diquela” of “El Oruco” (Antwerp-Belgium)

2008- XV Bienal de Flamenco with the shows “+ Jóvenes + Flamenco” and “Peñas de guardia”, obtaining the Young Flamenco Prize (Teatro Alameda of Sevilla).

2010- Show “Danzaora” with bailaora Rocío Molina (Cuevas de Nerja-Málaga)

2010- Show “Vinatica” with bailaora Rocío Molina (France-Cádiz)

2011- Festival of Cante Grande by Casabermeja accompanying bailaora Carmen Ledesma and singer Manuel Moreno Maya “El Pele” (Málaga)

2011- “Yagori” at Gypsy Music Festival (Oslo, Noriega)

2011- Festival Mont de Marsan with “Danzaora” by bailaora Rocío Molina (France).

2011- Andalusí Music Festival with cantaora Esperanza Fernández (Casablanca-Morocco).

2011- Casa Patas with the dancer “El Oruco” and the cantaor Juan José Amador Jr. (Madrid).

2012- Flamenco Biennial, with “Triana plays, sings, dances” with Paco Taranto, Carmelilla Montoya, Remedios Amaya, Juan José Amador (Seville).

2013-Show with dancer Pastora Galván (Fuerteventura).

2014- International Womad Festival with the singer La Argentina (Fuerteventura).

2015-International Flamenco Festival, “Homage to Paco de Lucía” (Japan).

2016- Tour of China with the singer La Argentina.


Madrid: Casa Patas, Corral de la Morería, Villarosa, Las Carboneras, Madrid Flamenco Theater.

Seville: Los Gallos, Flamenquería.

Barcelona: The Cordobés.

Granada: Gardens of Zoraya.

Huelva: Felahmengu.

Valencia: El Duende.

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 depth with her teacher Miguel Ángel Heredia in Jerez.

In 2011 she joined the Spanish Dance and Flamenco Company Azalea, with the maestros Mercedes Márquez and Javier Marín, touring stages in the Cádiz area, Seville, Huelva and Portugal, or the company of the pianist Manolo Carrasco sharing the stage with artists like María José Franco and Miguel Ángel Corbacho in the show “Vive la Pepa, 1812”. She then began her solo career at the tablao Taberna Flamenca in Jerez.

In 2012, she was selected by the province of Cádiz to participate in the Desencaja Jóvenes Flamencos contest, forming part as a bailaora in the Provincial Circuit of Peñas de Andalucía.

In 2014 she obtains the third prize of dance in the National Contest of Ubrique.

In 2016 she came to Madrid to continue training at the María de Ávila Superior Dance Conservatory, while studying with teachers such as Marco Flores, Pastora Galván, Belén López, Guadalupe Torres, Claudia Cruz, Nino de los Reyes and Pedro Córdoba.

In 2017 she is part of the piece “La rosa de Gerineldo” by Guadalupe Torres, who won the first prize in choreography at the Spanish Dance and Flamenco Contest in Madrid, and is a semifinalist in the Tablao Villa Rosa dance contest.

She currently combines her studies with her solo career in different tablaos in Madrid, including Las Carboneras.

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, 1991-2003. She studies flamenco with dancer and teacher Merche Esmeralda. Bachelor of Pedagogy of Spanish Dance, with teachers like Merche Esmeralda, Elvira Andrés, Rosa Ruiz, Juanjo Linares. Workshops conducted with “El Mimbre”, 1998; Fernando Romero, 2001; Inmaculada Aguilar, 98-99; Paco Mora, 2002; Eva Yerbabuena, 2003; Edu Lozano, 2003; Antonio Márquez, within his own company, 2003; Pepa Montes, 2007; Carlos Chamorro and Alfonso Losa, 2008.

Performance at the commemorative festival of Andalusia in Toulouse, 1998. Participation as a dancer in the charity Alzheimer’s festival, Córdoba.

A soloist since 2000: flamenco festivals around the country sharing the stage with “El Cabrero”, “La Macanita”, Arcángel, “El Pele”, Manolo Franco, Capullo de Jerez, Calixto Sánchez, Jerónimo Maya, José Menese, Miguel Ortega, Tina Pavón, Chano Lobato, Terremoto hijo, Chocolate, among others.

Participation as a dancer in operas and operettas as “Carmen,” “La Traviata,” “La verbena de la Paloma”, Córdoba, 2002.

Performance with the show “Arabian Nights”, Teatro La Latina Madrid, next to Miguel Toleo, in November 2003.

Acting as a dancer in the opera “Carmen” at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul (South Korea), 2004.

Japan tour with the company Domingo Ortega, 2004. She later works in this company participating in the show “Orfeo”.

International Gala released in Morocco in November 2005.

Show at Festival Gorbiu, France, as a soloist in August 2007.

Participation as a soloist in the show “El emigrante” by Manuel Gutiérrez in the flamenco festival in Nimes (France), 2008.

Three-month contract with the company from Paris “Flamenco Flamenk’a” at the Lyric Theatre in London, 2008.

Six-month contract in the tablao “El Flamenco” in Tokyo (Japan) dancing and lecturing (2009).

Part of the show “Moralejas” by José Porcel in 2010.

Third national prize in alegrías in La Perla de Cádiz, 2010.

Semifinalist of the International Festival of Cante de Las Minas, La Unión, 2010.

Award as a finalist for the National Flamenco Art of Córdoba, 2010.

Tour of two and half months by the US as first dancer in the company José Porcel.

Premiere with the company Pepe Flores show “Mi verdad” in Teatro La Latina, Madrid, 2012.

She collaborates as a dancer in the show David Paniagua “Mi alma” in the Netherlands, 2012.

Suma Flamenca Prize in the Contest of Choreography of Spanish and Flamenco Dance in Madrid, 2012.

Collaboration as a soloist in the show “Sinergia” by Manuel Liñán in Atlanta (Georgia, USA), 2013.

Collaboration as a soloist in the show “Depende del momento” by David Paniagua, 2013.

Soloist in the company of José Porcel with the shows “Con la que está cayendo” and “Arte”, 2013.

From 2004 to now she works in tablaos of Madrid as the Corral de la Pacheca, Casa Patas, Las Carboneras, Villarrosa, Corral de la Moreria.

Since early 2013 she teaches at the School of Amor de Dios of Madrid.

Since 2014, she works in the company of Manuel Liñán with the show “Nómada”. She has performed at various events such as the Festival de Jerez, the Bienal of Sevilla, Madrid en Dance, Flamenco Festival London, Flamenco Festival New York and Miami.

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 Spain.

With only seven years of age makes his professional debut in the National Dance Company collaborating in the assemblies “Medea” and “Los Tarantos.” This period offers him the great opportunity to nurture himself from the beginning of the experience and discipline of great dancers and choreographers of Spanish dance.

It could be said that since his youth he has built his own formulas to understand and express dance, thus becoming a self-taught artist.

He has collaborated in various artistic productions of different dance companies such as: “Pasión gitana” by the company of Joaquín Cortés; “Torero” of the Antonio Canales company; “Sinfonía española”, of the Merche Esmeralda company; “Jugando con Bach” and “Hamlet”, from the company of José Granero, etc. With his own company he has traveled through a large part of the world performing various shows in which the common denominator is always flamenco and in which he has also been composer of music and lyrics: “Manuel Reyes en vivo”, “Colores”, etc.

In his already extensive career, he has collaborated with various figures of the scene such as Concha Velasco, Blanca del Rey, Merche Esmeralda, Antonio Reyes, Belén Maya and has performed in important theaters such as the Liceo de Barcelona, ​​the Teatro de la Zarzuela or the Albéniz Theater in Madrid, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the New Victory in New York, the Lope de Vega Theater in Seville and the Villa Marta Theater in Jerez, among others.

In 1994 he was awarded, along with his brother Antonio Reyes, with the first prize of choreography awarded by the General Society of Authors in the contest of choreography of Spanish and flamenco dance of Madrid for “Sueños de la fragua”. Later, in a new edition of the aforementioned contest in June 2007, he received the award for a solo choreography “De aquí, de allí, de ayer, de hoy”.

His latest works have been “Ensayos y acuerdos”, an incursion into the world of dance-theater where the theme of social stereotypes and “Tan solo”, in which he tries to give notoriety to the beauty and expressive force it contains. flamenco, devoid of external adornments.

Among other scenarios, he regularly performs at Tablao Las Carboneras, in Madrid.

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 such as Edu Lozano, Olga Pericet, Antonio Rios Fernandez “El Pipa”, Mercedes Ruiz, Antonio Canales, La Lupi, Jesús Carmona, Daniel Navarro, Alfonso Losa, among others.

Throughout his career he has participated in numerous performances as a solo dancer throughout the Spanish geography as well as in Switzerland, Jamaica, Brazil… He teaches flamenco dance courses in cities such as Laussanne (Switzerland), Campinas, Piracicabba or Itatiba (Brazil), Albuquerque (New Mexico), etc.

Premieres his own production, “A cada paso”, for the inauguration of the Fosforito Flamenco Center of Córdoba, subsequently taken by all the Andalusian provinces in the circuit of the Junta de Andalucía 8 Provinces, as well as other Spanish cities. Afterwards, he premiered a new show, “A buen entendedor”, which is taken to festivals such as Estival Cuenca.

He has participated as a guest artist in several shows and has performed as a soloist in events such as the Bienal Flamenca of Málaga, with a production of Flamenco Nau under the direction of “La Lupi” and under the name “Mar, tierra y enea”. He has also been part of the cast of bailaor Álvaro Paños for his new production “Romero de Torres”, premiered at the Góngora Theater in the city of Córdoba. Later, he premiered his new production “Ímpetus” at the Teatro Nuevo Apolo in Madrid with the Compañía de Jesús Carmona, with which he participates in festivals such as the Festival de Jerez or Flamenco Festival in numerous cities in the USA.

First Prize of the Andalusian Competition of Young Flamencos Desencaja in the province of Córdoba. Second prize in the same event in Andalusia. Semifinalist of the International Festival of Cante de Las Minas 2017.

He is common in flamenco tablaos of recognized prestige such as Casa Patas, Corral de La Moreria, Las Carboneras, El Cortijo, La estación de los Porches (Madrid), Los Tarantos or Tablao Cordobés (Barcelona), Arte y Sabores, Patio de la Judería or Tablao El Cardenal (Córdoba).

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 David Paniagua.

Her professional experience includes a great dedication to dance in tablaos such as El Flamenco (Japan), Corral de la Morería, Venta del Gato, Café de Chinitas, Las Carboneras (Madrid) or El Carmen (Barcelona). She is one of the greatest specialists in tablao flamenco dance and stands out for her strength and refined technique.


She has worked in companies such as Manuela Vargas, with which she played Fedra in Spain, Europe and South America; Luisillo, with whom she toured Europe, Asia and South America; Manolete, with which she participated in the International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada, in the Dutch Flamenco Festival, the Caracalla Festival and the Opera House in Rome; “El Güito”, with whom she danced at the Sinaloa Festival (Mexico), the Valencia Festival or the Granada Festival; Paco Peña, with whom she attended the Tall Ships Festival in Liverpool (England) and toured Australia; Andrés Cubos, with whom she performed at Paseíllo Flamenco-Katak in Madrid and Venice; Cristina Hoyos, whose company was part of the show “Arsa y toma” for three years; Antonio Vargas, whose flamenco company integrated and with whom she participated in his adaptation of the theater play “La casa de Bernarda Alba”; Belén Maya, with whom she performed at the Paris Festival, the Grenoble Festival and the Sala Caracol (Madrid); Alfonso Losa, of whose company she was part acting for the Community of Madrid; Joaquin Grilo, in whose company she took part with performances in the Festival of Jerez or the one in Logroño; in Noche Flamenca, a formation of which she was part for four years acting in the United States, Canada and Central America; La Shica, singer who accompanied for three years as a dancer, showgirl and clapper; Arrieritos: in the Sala Pradillo (Madrid) she premiered the flamenco-contemporary production “En tablao”, which also represented in the Festival of Huesca, the Puertollano Festival and the Community of Madrid; he also acted in its award-winning show “13 rosas”, with which the company won two Max awards for the best show and the best choreography in 2007; Company of Manuel Liñán, Olga Pericet, Marco Flores and Daniel Doña: she performed at the New York Flamenco Festival, at the Sydney Opera House, on a tour of Australia and Asia, at the Susan Dalai Festival in Tel Aviv, at the Festival of Jerez or at the Teatro de Madrid; Company of Manuel Liñán: she acted in the show “Mundo y aparte”.

She has also participated in other groups with performances in Madrid, Seville, the Alburquerque Festival, in New York, Washington, etc. With the Company of Marco Flores currently intervenes in “Tránsito” and “De flamencas” with a tour of Europe and the United States.

Since 2000 she is a founding member and dancer of Las Carboneras, one of the most respected flamenco tablaos in Madrid. In addition, she has participated in the films “El día que nací yo” and “Ole!”.

As a flamenco teacher she has taught courses in Brazil (Sao Paulo); Canada (Montreal, Toronto); United States (New York, San Francisco); Australia (Melbourne, Sidney, Adelaide); Spain (Madrid, Ciudad Real); Israel (Jerusalem, Tel Aviv) or Italy (Rome, Milan, Naples).



Ana Romero: “I see young people with increasingly more preparation”

The dancer Ana Romero, born in Australia of Andalusian parents, climbed to a stage for the first time when she was five years old and professionally, at fourteen. Then she came to Spain and, between tours with Manuela Vargas and Cristina Hoyos, among others, she grew as a bailaora in Madrid tablaos to become the race artist she is now. She is one of the three founding dancers of Las Carboneras and she passionately sees the progress of the new generations.

—Explain to us how it has been your experience in flamenco and how you ended up in the world of flamenco tablaos.

—I started dancing at age five in Australia in a Spanish community. My first experience was at fourteen in flamenco tablaos in Melbourne, where there were several tablaos that worked at the time. My teacher introduced me and I started dancing from Thursday to Sunday. Then I came to live in Madrid, at first I was very afraid, I had much respect, with flamenco and I didn’t dare. I spent a year and by chance my first introduction to it was through Tacha and Belén Fernández. In an amazing way because we did not know each other, but Tacha and Belén had seen me in a dance class, they liked my dancing and both were super generous and they said to me why not to go to a tablao and do a test to start working. I actually started because Belén organized it, Tacha was leaving, I took the test and went. Following that I worked in almost every tablao in Madrid. It was part of my training and my work for many years, apart from being integrated in companies. Eventually we decided to open Tablao Las Carboneras in Madrid. Sure, Tacha is my best friend and she has been my companion in the tablao throughout the time.

—Then, at the end, to call it that way, you have become a specialist in flamenco tablao.

—I would not say a specialist. I’m a worker. Besides flamenco tablao format is not easy because it is daily and not everyone likes every day. Well, Ángel Gabarre is an icon and the man works every day with the same intensity and the same desire and is very fond of it. I understand that the diary is really difficult. I identify with it, I need it and it’s my way of working, maybe because I grew up that way and we are creatures of habit. I love to work each day.

—And what is the fundamental difference between dancing every day in a tablao and another thing that you have done (also pretty much) that is acting in shows?

—Dancing in shows is very different to dance in a tablao. In a tablao there is a very direct connection with the public, it becomes more intimate. Personally, that’s what attracts me. Suddenly you find a room full of people and you are surprised of the care and connection that you have with people. In a tablao you work more the moment, what is happening to  each one. Many times it does not work, but many many other it does, and that is rewarding. When you really get to that magic, it can only happen at that time and is unique because the next time it will be otherwise. And in the theater it works well but it is different, it goes with organized labor, you give vent to it more spontaneously, but in a more limited way.

—Would you like to highlight some artists who have particularly influenced you over the years you’ve been in flamenco?

—I think that everyone influences your career and passes through your life for some reason, I think things are not for free, but people who have come to me in a very special way … I was fortunate to work with Manuela Vargas, she had a very special way of working. I’m talking about many years ago and we used to work differently. It was a very special way, the emotion was very important in the work. The technique also, but the emotion was so prevalent in her work. She has influenced me and surely many people have too, though I do not remember many of them, but there is a droplet from each one that sticks to you. I have so much admiration for Ángel Gabarre in particular because I’ve been working with him since we started in Las Carboneras [2000] and the 9 years prior at the Alcazaba. Ángel is someone who comes to me in a very direct way, in a very deep form of expression and because how generous he is. I also enjoyed a lot working with Cristina Hoyos. I learned other flamenco with her. No you could tell a particular person, everyone has contributed with something. Everyone gives you gifts.

—The experience in the tablao has led you in recent years to create a dance contest that has given you the opportunity to know how are the new generations like. Where do you think  flamenco is going now?

—In flamenco I see people with a great desire and really fondo f it with few opportunities to expose. In flamenco tablao, when we have done the contest, I’ve moved a lot. People show up with great enthusiasm and what they lack is experience. Unfortunately there aren’t many possibilities. About 10 years ago there were many companies where you had chances to grow in a format of companies, groups and gigs. All of that is very small now. Now I see people with great enthusiasm, desire and a lot more preparation, everytime more. They also have internet access, everything is exposed. Then it’s up to everyone to find their personality, that is done with the experience. There are few who are touched with the rod, very special people, but others, the hard workers of flamenco, that are everyone, is a long term career, go to work, creating a personality based on your experiences, what you’re like and what you feel.



—Another thing that has characterized you is having worked extensively abroad. Do you think that flamenco is valued outside?

—I think flamenco is super valued abroad, sometimes more than right here. There is a relish and a huge respect among people committed outside Spain’s flamenco. The limits are endless, we must be grateful, there are people who come, spend their time, their hopes, their money here in Spain to continue moving it out. In flamenco, you move or do not move, but leaves no one indifferent. A wonderful flamenco is being made outside Spain, there are super important festivals that are leaving a significant height for the genre.

—And the public increases, much of the public of the tablao is from abroad.

—Yes, most of the audience is from abroad, but that means nothing. When you do your job you do it for yourself and to share it with your peers, and that does not mean sacrificing quality. The quality have to be exposed to everyone. I do not think foreigners are dummy. Just as when you go to a museum and maybe you do not understand what you are seeing, beauty is able to be grasped, the sensitivity is always there. There are all types of people, but usually I see a devoted audience, eager to see and feel.



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 and Nou Barris 2004.

In 2005 she works in a tablao flamenco in Tokyo and on her return to Spain she acts in different venues and tablaos of Barcelona as El Carmen or Los Tarantos. Since 2006 until today she works with María Pagés company with which toured the best theaters in the world combining it with performances in Madrid tablaos including Las Carboneras or, in Seville, El Arenal, sometimes as guest artist.

In 2010 she participates in the 3rd edition of the Noche Blanca del Flamenco of Córdoba as guest artist in the show “Manolete, arte, pasión y muerte “.

In September that year she presents her show “Parte de mí” in the Alameda de Hércules in Seville, including programming at the XVI Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla.

In 2012, together with José Jurado, she premiered “Templanza” at the XIII European Cultural Festival in Algeria and, at the end of 2013, with this same show, she toured EEUU as well as participating in festivals such as Les Nuits de Chateauvallon, d’Aubagne and the Palais des Festival de Cannes, all with the Casa Patas Conservatory Foundation. In 2014 she presented the show “Antaño” at the Félix el Grande Chair of Flamencology and at the XXIII Castell de Denia Music Festival.

Graded in pedagogy of flamenco dancing, from 2014 to the present she combines performances in different tablaos such as Casa Patas, Las Carboneras, Villa Rosa, Corral de la Morería, Café de Chinitas, Las Tablas, Los Tarantos, El Arenal and collaborations with various companies that include “Nómada” by Manuel Liñán, “Cuna negra y blanca” by Jesús Carmona or “Momentos”, “Encuentros” by Jose Porcel. Winner of the Vicente Escudero prize 2002 and Juana La Faraona 2004 in the young values ​​competition of Hospitalet and of the first contest Homage to Carmen Amaya of Barcelona 2010.