Since she was in her mother’s belly, María feels flamenco as something that life has inserted into her veins, something innate for her.
Since she was a child, she listened at home to the echoes of the most important Jerez artists of all times who spent their nights in bed sharing experiences with her father Fernando. She has accumulated, in her head and in her retina, those hurricanes of wisdom that came to her every night, and now it is time to give them their own form, without forgetting everything that precedes her.
Since she was a child, she has participated in many flamenco zambombas with her family, in which she unwittingly becomes the absolute protagonist of each performance. At nine years comes an important moment in his life, as it is claimed by his own father, the great Fernando Terremoto, to climb the tables of the flamenco club that bears his name. That day occurs one of the moments that will be remembered forever by all who were there, because without... +
...intending it, Fernando passed the artistic witness to his daughter Maria in what would be his final farewell to the stage.
In mid-2014, with just fourteen years, begins to make sporadic appearances in Jerez, leaving in all of them a great taste in mouth among fans. Little by little his appearances are more frequent, and he starts to leave the borders of Jerez to take his singing to other points of the jondo scene.
In 2015 it is claimed by the young dancer El Carpeta, from the family of the Farrucos, to accompany him in his shows, in which he has already begun to stand out as a solo figure within the group of cantaores.
His great opportunity arrives in February 2016, during the prestigious Festival de Jerez. Maria performs a flamenco recital at the Palacio de Villavicencio that leaves everyone and strangers speechless, and that generates unprecedented press criticism for an artist of her age. She was just sixteen years old.
This performance is the kick-off to a season in which it is claimed by a multitude of flamenco clubs and major festivals, visiting such landmark places as the peñas de Huelva, Torres Macarena de Sevilla, La Niña de los Peines de Arahal, Casabermeja de Málaga , Pozoblanco, Baeza … and festivals such as Grazalema, Pedrera, Casariche, Pruna, La Caracolá Lebrijana or the Flamenco Fridays of Jerez, among many others.
After a season of success, it is time for her great consecration as a flamenco singer at the 2016 Flamenco Biennial. On September 22 of that year she performed a recital that many have called historical, becoming named by the press as’ The banner of young sing ‘or’ The true promise of singing ‘among many other headlines. After a flood of unbeatable criticism, she is awarded the prestigious ‘Giraldillo Revelación 2016′ prize, being the youngest artist in history to achieve it, which catapults her to the forefront of the flamenco scene. In 2018 he receives the prestigious ‘Venencia Flamenca’, an award given by the Flemish chat ‘El pozo de las penas’.
After receiving these awards, María already goes through the stages as one of the essential figures of young cante, triumphing on stages throughout the Spanish geography as in the Conde Duque Theater or the Paco de Lucía Auditorium in Madrid, the opening of the North Tour in Logroño or in the prestigious clubs of La Puebla de Cazalla or Tomares, among many others.
After this unstoppable race to stardom, María performs the winter season at the prestigious tablao ‘El Cordobés’ in Barcelona and at the Teatro de La Latina in Madrid, starring in the show ‘Zambomba Flamenca’.
After a short break, Maria goes through the main flamenco festivals of the national scene in 2017, highlighting her participation in the TVE gala at the Liceo de Barcelona, together with the singer Miguel Poveda, in which she is highlighted by all the media as the new figure of cante. In the Christmas of that year also recreates in the Quintero Theater of Seville the zambomba that his father premiered at the Villamarta theater in Jerez, obtaining an absolute full the two days of performance and reaping great critical success.
He is already preparing what will be his first album, which will be released in September 2018 and will be presented at the Flamenco Biennial of Seville, combining it with his multiple performances to continue making it clear that his saga has a new link and that flamenco can Be quiet, here is a cantaora.