Claudia Cruz

(Cádiz, 1986). At the early age of 5 years she began to receive flamenco lessons. Currently, with more than 10 years of experience, she combines performances in tablaos (such as Las Carboneras), festivals and most important national and international stages. She stands out for a technique acquired thanks to her training and professional career. She has carried out shows with her own signature as her last work, “Hilenco, danza homenaje al amor-arte del Rey del pop Michael Jackson”, a project that the artist is currently developing.

She has shared stages with relevant artists of the scene and is required to teach courses both in Spain and in other countries, among which are Argentina, Uruguay, Costa Rica, the United States, Japan, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.

Throughout her career she has collaborated with artists such as: Antonio and Juana del Pipa, Sara Baras, Marco Flores, Rancapino, Remedios Amaya, Duquende, Niña Pastori and Josemi Carmona, among others.

The most important works she has done in recent years are:

  • Premiere of the show “Cai se bebe el sol”, on tour in South America (2018)
  • Premiere of “Hilenco“, Videodance (2018)
  • Flamenco Festival in Paris, Circo Romaní (2018)
  • Albuquerque Festival (New Mexico), special collaboration with Marco Flores


  • Finalist of the National Competition of Córdoba (2016)
  • Special collaboration in the show “Entrar al juego” by Marco Flores in the XX

edition of the Festival de Jerez (2016)

  • Participant of the III Flamenco Festival of Japan (2014)
  • Bailaora soloist of the Antonio el Pipa company (2008-2014)

Some of her most outstanding creations:

  • Hilenco, dance tribute to the love-art of the King of Pop Michael Jackson


  • Cádiz–Sevilla, Qué maravilla (2015)
  • Ni el hambre la vamos a sentí (2014)
  • Con alma (2009)

Work for press and advertising:

  • She has collaborated with the magazine GQ New York under the direction of Pedro Almodóvar, sharing photographic report with Jon Kortajarena, Inma Cuesta, Adriana Ugarte, among others.
  • She has also collaborated with the jewelery firm Carrera y Carrera in Macao, China