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.