NAME: Alfonso Losa
PLACE OF BIRTH: Madrid
STUDIES: He started his training with Rafael de Córdoba, he studied Spanish dance and Flamenco in the Royal Professional Dance Conservatory in Madrid with a distinction “cum laude”.
Right after that he specialized in flamenco dance with the masters Manolete, María Magdalena, Antonio Reyes, Juan Ramírez, Antonio Canales, La China, and Javier Latorre.
CAREER: He has performed as a guest artist or as a soloist in the biggest flamenco companies such as Manuela Carrasco, El Güito, Manolete, Tomatito, Enrique Morente, Gerardo Núñez, La Susi, Enrique de Melchor, etc.
In 2000 he creates his first spectacle entitled En Candela (On Fire)to debut with his company in the Festival Madrid en Danza. In 2005 he participates as a guest artist in the company Noche Flamenca (Flamenco Night) in its Pan-American tour and releases the show Hombre Flamenco (Flamenco Man) in Japan the same year. In 2008 he collaborates with Enrique Morente in his show Omega and his new record Pablo De Málaga.
In 2009 he releases his show Mirando Atrás (Looking back) in the Festival Flamenco Pa Tos (Flamenco for everybody) before launching it to other festivals such as Jerez Festival, International Festival of Las Minas, Milan Festival and La Suma Flamenca, among others.
The following year he releases together with José Maya his show Grito (Cry) in La Bienal of Sevilla and in La Suma Flamenca.
In 2011 he dances as a guest artist with the great guitarist Tomatito, before choreograph the flamenco part of the overproduction Magnifico by the famous Austrian director André Heller.
The same year he participates in the Flamenco Festival of Tokio, together with Farruquito, La Moneta, and in the Festival of Moscú with Antonio Canales.
In 2012 Alfonso Losa releases his show Camino Flamenco (Flamenco Path) in the Flamenco Festival of Alburquerque and also the show Mirando Atrás in several national and international festivals.
During the last years he has done multiple collaborations with artists from different horizons getting close to new dance colors and trends always combining them with the most orthodox flamenco. From these new experiences emerged his new project Tendencies- Flamenco in Three.
FESTIVALS: Bienal of Sevilla, Jerez Festival, Festival of Las Minas, The Suma Flamenca, Madrid in Dance, Flamenco Festival of Torrelodones, Flamenco Festival of Tokio, Moscú Festival, Flamenco Festival of Alburquerque and Milan Festival.
AWARDS: El Desplante in the International Competition of Las Minas in 2008, the National Contest of Cordoba in 2007. He has been also nominated twice for the best dancer in the Spanish Dance and Flamenco Contest in Madrid.