Mastery and tearing in the voices. Knowing how to transmit life in each verse. Making you feel something new… Singing artists who transmit the passion for flamenco like nobody else.

Adela Campallo

Born in 1977 into the Campallo family. A family with a deep Flamenco tradition. She received training from teachers like José Galván ...

Almudena Serrano

She was born in El Puerto de Santa María and, at a very early age, she began studying flamenco dance with Angelita Gómez and ballet classes at the Belén Fernández

Carmen Young

Carmen Young, a dancer born in Mexico in 1992, began studying dance in her native country at a very young age, to further deepen her learning of Flamenco dance with

David Pérez

Born in Alcalá de Guadaira (Seville), it is in this town where he took his first steps on stage at the age of 13. Teachers such as Manolo Marín, Javier

Antonio Molina “el Choro”

Antonio Molina, “El Choro” was born in Huelva in 1985 where he learned the basics of flamenco from his father “El Choro”.

Iván Orellana

Sevillian dancer, born in 1992, began his training at a very young age with teachers of the stature of Merche Esmeralda, Rubén Olmo, Gala Vivancos, Alejandro Granados and Pastora Galván

Felipe Mato

He began his training as a child in Spanish dance, classical ballet and flamenco. He studied at the Seville Conservatory of Dance and at the Matilde Coral School.

Manuela Rios

He trained with teachers such as Manolo Marín, José Galván, Farruco and La Toná. He debuted very young at the tablao La Trocha, until he performed at the Lope de

Juan Carlos Cardoso

He trained very young at the Seville Conservatory of Dance, although he has enriched his knowledge with Antonio Canales, Eva Yerbabuena, Mario Maya, Javier Barón, Juana Amaya, Israel Galván, Javier

Lole de los Reyes

Sevillian dancer born in 1996, belongs to one of the most important dancer dynasties headed by her father, the great dancer and renowned teacher, Juan de los Reyes, from whom

Maribel Ramos “Zambra”

She was born in Barcelona in 1977 but Almería is the city where she trained as a dancer in all areas (Spanish classical, bowling school, classical ballet, folklore and flamenco).

Marina Valiente

She was born in Seville in a family of artists (dancers, musicians, actors.) At only 3 years old she participated in performances in Seville with his parents' academy "La Valiente",

Marta Arias

Graduated in Spanish Dance at the Seville Conservatory, she completed her studies with courses in flamenco, stylized, classical, contemporary and regional dances; she was part of the Danza Ciudad de

Óscar de los Reyes

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Born in Seville, at the age of 7 he began his dance studies at the José Mancilla y Margarita academy. He has also received training from teachers such as Farruco,

Yolanda Osuna

Born in Córdoba on February 26, 1981, she began his career in schools and trained at the Luis del Rio Professional Conservatory of Dance. She obtained a Bachelor's Degree in

Irene Rueda

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Born in 1993 in the emblematic neighborhood of Albaicín, Granada. She begins dancing at the young age of four. At the age of eight she entered the “Reina Sofía” dance

Gloria del Rosario


Gloria García de Castro, Sevillian dancer born in 1995, studied at the Professional Conservatory of Dance of Seville between 2008 and 2014, and currently at the Andalusian Dance Center, her

Gema Moneo


Gema Moneo was born in 1991 in Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, into a well-known flamenco family “the Moneo”. She soon began her training at the hands of renowned artists.

La Moneta


Fuensanta ‘La Moneta’, dancer and choreographer (Granada 1984), is an artist with an early vocation. While still a child, she competed in the most famous zambras of Sacromonte and Granada

Marina Pomares


Of Spanish origin, born in Toulouse, she discovered flamenco at the age of 12. Marina trained with the greatest flamenco artists: La Farruca Montoya, Farruquito, Eva La Yerbabuena, Carmen Lesdesma,

Manuel Pajares


Francisco Manuel Pajares Carmona, was born in Santa Amalia (Badajoz). Since he began his career at the age of 15, he has won numerous awards throughout Spain and has appeared

Quini de Jerez


Joaquín Marín Flores, known artistically as “El Quini de Jerez” was born in Jerez, in the Plazuela neighborhood, in 1980, into the gypsy family of the Pastillas. He began as

Bernardo Miranda

Bernardo Miranda was born on 06/08/1988 in the hometown of Fernán Núñez (Córdoba). Singing comes to him through family transmission. At only eight years old he began to sing, at

Jeromo Segura
Jeromo Segura was born on April 16, 1979 in the City of Huelva. Self-taught in flamenco singing until 2000, when he was among the finalists of the “Huelva Young Fandangos

Sebastián Cruz

Sebastián Cruz Márquez, born in Beas (Huelva), in 1977, a singer with a family tradition, has been singing since he was 12 years old at parties, clubs and festivals. He has

Iván Carpio


He was born in Jerez into a family with a great flamenco tradition, both on the maternal side and on the paternal side. He is the grandnephew of the renowned

Tremendo Hijo


José Javier Guerrero Hernández, flamenco singer, better known in the history of the art of flamenco singing with the stage name Tremendo Hijo, was born in the neighborhood of Triana

Mercedes Cortés


Mercedes Cortés (La Mina neighborhood / Sant Adriá del Besos 1976). A singer with an elegant personality, the Barcelona native began her career in the city’s main tablaos. Being very

Juan de la María


Juan de la María (Juan Núñez Peña) from a gypsy family from Jerez, with roots in Utrera and Lebrija, in love with flamenco and sharing the stage with other artists.

Jordi Flores

He began his career in the flamenco clubs (peñas) of Barcelona, accompanying artists such as La Niña de la Puebla or Miguel Poveda. Shortly after, he joined the Liceo de

Manuel de la Luz

Manuel de La Luz, Young guitarist from Huelva, with an extensive artistic career. He has accompanied great figures of Flamenco Cante, such as Carmen Linares, Miguel Poveda, Arcángel, La Susi

Pedro Sánchez

He was born in Seville in 1974, son of the great singer Naranjito de Triana who was the one who introduced him to the study of the guitar and the

Raúl Cantizano

He composes for numerous shows including the award-winning “Tejidos al Tiempo” and “La Gloria de mi mare” by Choni Cía. Flamenca, “Ti-me-ta-ble” by Marco Vargas and Chloè Brulè, or “Malgama”

Salvador Gutiérrez

Sevillian guitarist, born in 1970 and began to play the guitar self-taught, until he began classes with the guitarist Manuel de Palma. Shortly after, at the age of 13, he


Tino van der Sman was born in 1974 in The Hague, Netherlands. At the age of 12 he will begin his guitar studies and just 2 years later, he will

Carlos Llave


Carlos Llave, a native of Algeciras, began to play the guitar self-taught until he entered the school for young creators in Algeciras with Santi Vargas and Carmen Rodriguez (duo la

Pastora Galván


Daughter and sister of dancers, Pastora Galván (Seville 1980) has a passion for dance in her blood and has inherited the tradition of the dances that her father has transmitted