Tamar González

Born in Madrid. At the age of 8 she started dancing and at age 11 she began studying in the Royal School of Dramatic Arts and Dance, taking up to 5th of classical ballet and the Spanish dance career.

Her artistic career begins at 15 years of age in the company of Paco Romero with “Tríptico flamenco”. Two years later she joined Rafael Aguilar‘s company with the shows “Carmen”, “Bolero”, “Yerma” and “Rango”.

At the same time she enriches her studies with Aurora Bosch, Carmen Roche, Rosa Naranjo, José Granero, Ciro, Paco Romero, Merche Esmeralda, Manolete, Javier Latorre, Antonio Canales, Joaquín Grilo, among others. That same year she began working at the Cafe de Chinitas in Madrid.

She has been part of the company of José Antonio and her Ballets Españoles with the choreographies of “La vida breve”, “El sombrero de tres picos” and “Goya en danza”. Shortly after, she works in the company of Paco Peña with “Arte y pasión”, together with the Losada brothers for three years.

In 1999 she joined Antonio Márquez‘s company where taught classes Granero, Raúl Tino and Nuria Leiva, among others, in which she performed shows such as “Reencuentros”, by Granero, “Movimiento flamenco”, by Javier Latorre , and “After Carmen”. In 2000 she moved to Japan for two years, collaborating as the deputy director of the Parque España show “Corazón Flamenco”, choreographed by Rafael Martos.

In 2002 she collaborated in the musical “Mil y una noches”, produced by Tito Losada and choreographed by Antonio Canales and Juan Andrés Maya. She also works at the company Teatro del Duende with the work of “Entre palos”, also choreographed by Juan Andrés Maya and Pepa Carrasco.

She has worked with the companies of Diego Llori, Pascal Gaona (ex-dancer of the National Ballet), Francisco Velasco (first dancer of the National Ballet); Bruno Argenta and Natalia Ferrandiz with “VOY!”, a work directed by Teresa Martín, as well as in the company Carmen Cortés with “Mujeres de Lorca”; María Pagés, with the shows “Sevilla” and “Canciones antes de una guerra”, inaugural Gala of the EU presidency at the Teatro Real. (2005-2008).

In 2007 she was part of The young flamencos of the 21st century in the tablao El Cordobés of Barcelona, ​​and in 2008 she works in the Expo of Zaragoza with the company of Alfonso Losa. In 2010-2011, she participates in the Tablao del Carmen of Barcelona in the Young Flamencos cycle as a guest artist. In 2012 she works in the Alfonso Losa Company at the Alburquerque Festival and teaches classes there.

In 2010 she began to travel to India with various shows during four years, some tours in which they highlight: “Sufí Sutra” and the Jodhpur Flamenco & Gypsy Festival in Rajasthan, sharing the stage with Pepe Habichuela, Josemi Carmona, Chano Domínguez and Agustín Carbonell “El Bola”.

Show “Dressed to Dance” at the Guggenheim Museum New York.

“Suma flamenca de Madrid” of 2014 at the Corral de la Moreria.

“Retiro Flamenco” by Rafael Casado, presented on tour in South Korea (2016).

“Sed”, directed by Carlos Chamorro and presented in Tel Aviv (Israel 2016).

“Samsara, a flamenco show”, presented at the Nayarit Centennial Festival in México (2017)

She has performed at private parties for personalities such as the ex-president of the United States Bill Clinton, the King and Queen of Spain, Doña Sofia and Don Juan Carlos, at the inaugural gala of the presidency for members of the European Union at the Teatro Real of Madrid.

As a teacher she has taught at the Casa Patas Foundation (Madrid), Albuquerque Festival (USA), in Munster (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Sufí Sutra Festival (India), Las Cabales (Guadalajara, México), Betty Villareal (Monterrey, México) and in JP Carlos in Tokyo (Japan). She has given master classes at the Centenario Nayarit Festival and at the School of Music and Dance of Alcobendas (Spain).

She currently works in the most prestigious tablaos in Madrid, such as Las Carboneras, Villa Rosa, Casa Patas, and Corral de la Morería.