Restless, curious and somewhat atypical ‘bailaora’ in flamenco. Its versatility allows it to respond to any challenge and adapt to any type of context, keeping in constant evolution.
After a solid formation in Classical and Spanish Dance, he finds in Flamenco the vehicle for his artistic and personal development. After several years as part of flamenco companies such as Antonio “El Pipa”, Andrés Marín, Javier Barón and the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía directed by Cristina Hoyos, from 2008 onwards she approaches the world of choreographic creation presenting her own shows : “Leoleolé” (2008), “eLe eLe” (2011), “Mosaicos” (2012), “Bitter Orange” (2013) and “Fragile” (2015).
He assiduously also participates in very varied projects, from theater to music of various types (from Flamenco to Baroque, Classical and Contemporary), sharing the creation with other artists. In 2016 he presents the work “JRT”, together with the bailaoras Úrsula López and Tamara López, in which they seek, under the artistic direction of Pedro G. Romero, the flamenco that underlies the painting of Julio Romero de... +
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