Manuel Liñán

Manuel Liñán

As a soloist, stand out his collaborations in Merche Esmeralda’s companies as first dancer, “Campanas flamencas” with La Tati and Milagros Mengíbar, and Teresa Nieto’s company.

He collaborates in shows such as “Caminos de Lorca, along with Belén Maya and Rafaela Carrasco, advised by Cristina Hoyos.

He is invited to collaborate in the show Gala Bienal de Sevilla premiered in the City Center of New York and in Salders Well of London; “Homenaje a Mario Maya“; “Gala Flamenca”, premiered at the Sydney Opera House; “Todo cambia”, premiered in New York at the City Center Theater, etc.

He emphasizes his joint productions like “Cámara negra” next to Olga Pericet, “Dos en compañía” with Marco Flores, “En sus 13” and “Rew” next to Daniel Doña, and solo productions like “Tauro” and “Synergia” with which he has crossed numerous prestigious festivals such as the Festival de La Unión, Jerez Festival, Seville Biennial, Music and Dance Festival of Granada, Madrid en Danza, Danza en La Villa …

He choreographies for other shows such as “Cinco grandes de la danza” by Paco Romero; “Cambio de tercio”, of the Nuevo Ballet Español; “Mujeres“, by Mario Maya; “La casa de Bernarda Alba” by La Tati; “Dibujos”, by Belén Maya; “De cabeza“, by Teresa Nieto; “Con cierto gusto” and “150gr de pensamiento”, by Rafaela Carrasco. Stage director and choreographer of the gala “Todo cambia” in which Pastora Galván and Belén López are involved.

He choreographies for the Royal Conservatory of Professional Dance Mariemma and he is guest choreographer of the National Ballet of Spain at the shows “Ángeles caídos” and “Sorolla”.

In the Festival of Jerez 2014 he premieres the fourth production of his company, “Nómada”.

He has received the Max of the performing arts of Spain for the best choreography by “De cabeza” in 2009; the Dancer prize Revelation of the festival of Jerez 2012, the Max 2013 prize as best male performer of dance, specialized critics prize Flamenco Today 2013 and 2014 as best bailaor; Granada Young Award 2014 in the modality of Art awarded by the Andalusian Institute of Granada; prize of the Critique of the Festival of Jerez 2016 by “Reversible”.

He has collaborated in different ocasions with Tablao las Carboneras in Madrid.