Inés Rubio was born in Reus, Tarragona. She started her flamenco education in Peñas flamencas (flamenco clubs) until she was 20. Then she moved to Barcelona in order to study more deeply. She started to attend to “La Tani” flamenco school and also took lessons from different teachers like José Manuel Álvarez, Yolanda Cortes, Nacho Blanco, Susana Escoda, entre otros.
When she was 24 she moved again, this time to Sevilla, to take classes from masters like Farruquito, Farruca, Farru, Carmen Ledesma ,el Torombo, Pepe Torres, Manuela Carrasco, Eva la Yerbabuena, among many others.
During that time she also intercalated her lessons with drives to madrid, where she continued her education. Two years later, Inés Rubio joined Tarragona’s first flamenco company with the show “Tarraconeando”, directed by Francis Núñez, flamenco dancer and choreograph.
Inés Rubio has worked in some of the most distinguished Tablaos Flamencos, Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona included. She has also worked in every Peña Flamenca of Sevilla: Torres Macarena, Cantes al aire, peña el Almíbar (Córdoba), among many others.
In 2011 she started to work with Iberia, a Japanese company that brought her on tour through Japan while sharing scenarios with Enrique El Extremeño, Juan José Amador, among many others. She has also taugh flamenco lessons in different regions of Japan during 2012. One year later she traveled to Russia alongside the flamenco artist Javier Serrano.
In 2014, Inés Rubio performed in the Ronda Flamenco Festival where she shared scenario with Marina Heredia and Jose Mercé, among others.
Also in 2014, she won the first prize in the “Anilla la gitana” international flamenco contest, in Ronda and reached the semi-finals in the distinguished international flamenco sing competition “El festival de cante de las minas de La Unión”.
For the last two years, she has been giving flamenco lessons in Japana while performing in various cities. Currently she travels around Spain performing the show “Por la Verea”. In this show Inés Rubio accompanies Enrique El Extremeño, a famous flamenco dancer. She also keeps giving lessons in different regions of Spain.
Finally, she also works as a director and choreograph in several flamenco shows like “6 tacones” and “Saroche”, with great audience success.
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