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Estefanía Narváez

Estefania knew from an early age that she wanted to make a living dancing flamenco.

Estefania knew from an early age that she wanted to live dancing flamenco. Her father, a flamenco enthusiast, played guitar accompanying in the classes of Ramón de los Reyes (father of dancers Isaac and Nino de los Reyes) in Boston. The first time she stepped on stage was there, at the age of 6, in the company of Ramón de los Reyes and Clara Ramona.



She always had the desire to continue learning and researching. That is why as a child she travels to Seville and Madrid to study for seasons until, in 2013, she moves to Seville, where she studies with masters such as Farruquito and Juana Amaya, and begins to work in the flamenco tablaos of the area. In 2017, she moved to Madrid, where she studied with masters that included José Maya, Alfonso Losa, Pedro Córdoba and David Paniagua. She currently lives in the Spanish capital, working in some of the most renowned tablaos.



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