Adela Campallo is a flamenco dancer born in Seville in the context of a family with a great flamenco tradition. Her beginnings as a flamenco dancer began with the training of teachers such as José Galván and Manolo Marín. She also perfected her dancing with artists such as Eva La Yerbabuena, Manolete, Antonio Canales and her own brother, Rafael Campallo.
At the age of 16 she made her debut in her native land and shortly after travelled to the Tablao El Flamenco in Japan with her brothers. When she returned, she became part of Manuela Carrasco’s company in the show “La Diosa”. In 2002 he was a finalist in the Youth Competition of the Bienal de Sevilla and began to collaborate with Antonio Canales’ company as a soloist in the shows “Bailaor” and “Sangre de Edipo”.
In 2003 he performed at the Teatro Central in Seville during the Autumn Festival in Jerez de la Frontera and toured with “El son Cubano” and “El Flamenco” and collaborated with Farruquito’s company during the show “Alma Vieja”. A year later he and his brother, Rafael Campallo, premiered the show “Campallerías”.
Adela Campallo is an artist who has participated in numerous festivals and theatres all over the world such as the Albuquerque Festival in the United States, Bogota Festival in Colombia, Jerez Festival, Andalusian Flamenco Dance Festival, Paris Biennial or Seville Biennial among many others. In 2014 he premieres “Una Moneda de Dos Caras”, a new show by Antonio Canales and in 2015 he premieres “Adelada”, his new proposal, in Mexico City.
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