Saray Fernández, known as Saray La Pitita, was born in Granada in 1988. She belongs to a family of flamenco artists and is the daughter of the guitarist José Fernández. She began to dance at the age of 16 and began to train with great flamenco artists and at the age of 18 she began to dance in flamenco tablaos. Shortly afterwards she moved to Madrid, where Joaquín Cortes met her and decided to hire her for his company as one of the first dancers of his company, with which she has travelled all over the world. In addition, Saray La Pitita has worked with great artists such as Farru, Josemi Carmona, Jorge Pardo and Rubén Dantas. Saray Fernández, Saray La Pitita, was born in Granada in 1988 in a family of flamenco tradition, Los Fernandez de “graná”. Saray, who started dancing since she was a child in the atmosphere of an artists’ saga, is the daughter of the guitarist from Granada José Fernández. At the age of 16, Saray La Pitita began to train with great artists such as Juan Manuel Fernández Montoya, Farruquito or Juana Amaya. At the age of 18 she began to work as a soloist in the tablaos of Granada and shortly after she was invited to dance in Madrid, where she became known as Saray “La Pitita” working in tablaos and theatres in the capital. It is in Madrid where Joaquín Cortés met her and decided to hire her as one of the first dancers in his company, with whom he has travelled to many points of international geography. Currently, Saray La Pitita works alone and has been accompanied by great artists such as Antonio Fernández Montoya “Farru”, Josemi Carmona, Jorge Pardo or Rubén Dantas among other great artists of flamenco culture.
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