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Jesús Fernández

Born in Cádiz, he started his training at the age of six, in the academies of Pepín Muñoz and Pilar Ogalla, extending his training forwards with masters such as Javier Latorre, Israel Galván, Alejandro Granado, Antonio Canales, Mario Maya or Charo Cruz, among others. At the age of 16, he won the National Award for Flamenco Dance of Estepona (Malaga).

Born in Cádiz, he started his training at the age of six, in the academies of Pepín Muñoz and Pilar Ogalla, extending his training forwards with masters such as Javier Latorre, Israel Galván, Alejandro Granado, Antonio Canales, Mario Maya or Charo Cruz, among others. At the age of 16, he won the National Award for Flamenco Dance of Estepona (Malaga).

He started his professional career performing in many flamenco groups and tablaos such as Las Carboneras, Café de Chinitas, El Corral de la Morería and Casa Patas in Madrid and the flamenco group Juan Breva in Malaga.

He has shared stage with great artists such as Aurora Vargas, Juana la Revuelo, Juan Villar, Mariana Cornejo or José Mercé. He landed in the tablao El Flamenco in Tokyo (Japan) in 2002 and joined the production Tierra Cantaora directed by Manuel Morao released in the Autumn Festival of Jerez de la Frontera. In 2004, he joined the tour Camino del Flamenco and in 2006, he participated in the show El Burlao in Seville, directed by Rafaela Carrasco in New York.

In 2009, he presented his first show, Ataduras, released in London. The tour after the release brought him to perform in many events such as the Flamenco Festival of Nerja (Malaga), the Cajasol Theatre in Seville, the Autumn Cycles of the Central Hall Lechera in Cadiz and the Flamenco Festivals of Jerez and Milan in 2011.

He combined the tour with other projects. He was invited to participate in the play Medea, with the Dutch theatre company Noord Nederland Toneel, directed by Ola Mafaalani, in which he won the Performing Arts Award of the Netherlands. At the same time, he did several collaborations under the direction of Manuel Liñán, performing in the Flamenco Festival of Albuquerque in 2012 and in the show Amalgama. He travelled along with Marco Flores to Norway, starring some of his shows. He performed in 2010 in the Festival La Suma Flamenca of Madrid along with Blanca del Rey and in the Flamenco Biennale of Seville inside the cycle Anonymous Flamencos.

In August of the same year, he won the award El Desplante during the 50th Anniversary of the prestigious International Sing Festival of Las Minas.

Recently, he has collaborated with Olga Pericet in her show Rosa, Metal y Ceniza, releasing it in the Jerez Festival of 2011. In 2012, he has performed in the Flamenco Festival in USA and in the London Festival. He has also participated in the show Rew, directed by Manuel Liñán and Daniel Dona, released in Madrid in February 2012.

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