Juana García Gómez, Francisca Amaya Amaya's granddaughter and Paco del Gastor mother's niece, joins as first dancer Mario Maya's Company in 1983 in the shows "Ay Jondo" and "El Amargo" (Bitter). She becames featured soloist with 17 during the Second Biennial of Seville, on "El nuevo compás". From 1984 to 1994 usually she works in "Cumbre flamenca", a show that takes a long tour around Spain and England, India, Australia or Canada. In the parentheses of this show in 1991 she works on the "Stars of the Biennale" and "Madrid Flamenco Summit". In 1993 she dances in a flamenco show with Joaquín Cortés and Antonio Canales and his company, and thenshe is presented in the Roman theater of Caracalla, at the Trianon Theatre in Paris, and the Mont de Marsan Festival, France. In 1996 he was claimed by Salvador Távora to star in the role of "Carmen". In 1997 stars in "Un gitano de ley" by José Heredia Maya and in 1998 she intervened in the Arte Flamenco series on stage at the Queen Elisabeth Hall in London and then is programmed in the famous Bath Festival UK. In 1999 she participated as guest artist in the Japan tour of the show "Gypsy Passion" of Joaquín Cortés, participates as a principal dancer with Placido Domingo in the opera "El Cid", premiered at the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville and is invited by Antonio Canales to participate as a principal dancer in the show "Fuerza Latina".