Rober “El Moreno”
Young flamenco dancer from Madrid who is distinguished by finding his own way in dance while maintaining a great flamenco purity. The improvisation inspires a very personal style that imposes itself with strength, intensity and elegance on the stage. Despite his youth, he has an extensive trajectory of performances alongside great artists.
He began his artistic training in dance at the age of 6 in the prestigious flamenco academy “Amor de Dios” with the help of masters such as Cristóbal Reyes, Toni El Pelao and Antonio Reyes. He continued his apprenticeship until today with Alfonso Losa, Juan Manuel Fernandez (Farruquito), Nino de Los Reyes, Miguel Cañas, José Maya and many more.
Of all his performances we can highlight his performance as a principal artist in the tribute to Camarón de la Isla held in Salamanca. During a time he was working with the company of Tito Losada to then spend two years with the company of María Toledo performing in places such as: Menansalbas (Toledo), Plaza Santo Cristo de Veracruz (The Head of San Juan), (Festival Yerbabuena) , Luz de Gas Hall (Barcelona), Villaviciosa de Odón Auditorium (Madrid), El Aaiún (Morocco), National Auditorium (Príncipe de Vergara, Madrid), Alcántara Complex (Badajoz), Municipal Sports Center (Navas del Rey, Valladolid), Auditorium of Arroyomolínos (Madrid), Palacio de Congresos (Cádiz), El arahal (Seville), Sala copera (Granada), Belgium, Brussels, Melilla, center, central casino of Salamanca, as well as the continuity of the tour with the “Magnética” Album.
Throughout his career he has worked in many stages, many of them theaters such as Cómpac (Gran Vía, Madrid), García Lorca (Getafe, Madrid), Bellas Artes (Madrid), La Latina (Madrid), Cófidis Alcazar (Madrid), Teatro Principal (burgos, Spain), Teatro Cervantes (Málaga, Spain) and Teatro Nescafé (Santiago de Chile, Chile).
As for the tablaos, we can highlight Casa patas (Madrid), Cardamomo (Madrid), El torero (Madrid), Cantares (Madrid), Candela (Madrid), Tinterillo de Málaga (Madrid), La Taurina (Madrid), Las tablas (Madrid) and, now, also Tablao Flamenco Cordobes.
All this experience on the stages has been enriched by an endless number of artists with whom he has shared performances. Artists of the likes of Antonio Ingueta, Parrita, Pedro Jimenez, Antonio El Ciervo, David de Jacoba, Montse Cortes, Guadiana, El Cáncu, Laura Abadía, Antonio Fernández, Salvador Barrúl, Moreno, Los Cherokee, Rafita De Madrid, Saray Muñoz, Aurora Losada, Pepe el Bocadillo, Saúl Quirós, Jacob Quirós, Miguel el Rubio, and many more.
Guitarists: Vaky Losada, Jesus de Rosario, David Jimenez, Diego Losada, Tito Losada, Ivan Losada, Joni Jimenez, Aquilino Jimenez, Juan Jimenez, Carlos de Jacoba, Paco Soto, Jose Losada, Amos Lora, and the great pianist Pablo Rubén Maldonado ,
Dancers and dancers: Paloma Fantova, Belén López, Carmen La Talegona, Irene la Sentío, Auxi Fernández, Nino de los Reyes, Isaac de los Reyes, Kelian Jimenez, Jose Carmona Rapico, and many more.
Percussionists: Luky Losada, El bandolero, Sabú Porrina, Antonio Losada, El Chispas, El Guille, Amador Losada, Julio El Indio,