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AWARD WINNERS 2023 in January

From 01/01/2024 to 31/01/2024

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Flamenco… at the Tablao!

During the month of January, we present you some of the young people awarded during 2023/2024 with the most relevant flamenco awards in Spain and Catalonia accompanied by other already established artists.


Vanesa Coloma

A flamenco dancer born in Madrid who studies Spanish Dance and Flamenco at the Royal Conservatory of the same city. In 2008, she won the National Prize "Perla de Cádiz" for Alegrías, and in 2017, she was a semifinalist in the International Contest of Cante de Las Minas. In 2015, she premiered the show "FlamenKlórica."


Rocío Garrido

She began her studies at the age of 7 with distinguished teachers. A recipient of awards such as the "WORLD RECORD GUINNESS 2010" in footwork ("taconeao") and the "MELÓ D'OR" in "LO FERRO." Her career includes performances at international festivals, notably earning the "DESPLANTE" award at the 2023 International Festival of Cante de las Minas. She has presented shows like "De tus alas, mi raíz" and has been directing the Rocío Garrido Flamenco School since 2017.


Soraya Clavijo

Award-winning flamenco dancer from Jerez de la Frontera. She began her career in Seville at 19 and excelled in national and international festivals. She won the National Prize for Bulerías Carmen Amaya in 2004 and has participated in projects and shows, such as "De Buena Rama" with Joselito Fernández. Her dance has made an impact on records and collaborations, like the album "VAREKAI" with Rycardo Moreno. In 2023, she impressed with "O D I S E A" at the Festival de Jerez..


Carmen Moreno

Dancer born in Almeria, graduated from the Malaga Conservatory of Dance.
Trained by important artists such as Pastora Galván, La Lupi, Chiqui de Jerez or Carmen "La Talegona", among others.


Lorena Oliva

Catalan dancer winner of the 1st Prize in the Barcelona’s II International Dance Contest. She has shared the stage with great flamenco artists such as “Farruquito” in the “Vivir Flamenco” production of Tablao Flamenco Cordobes.


Sara Barrero

This Catalan dancer began her professional career at the age of 16. She has shared the stage with great artists such as: Eva La Yerbabuena, Maite Martín, Belén Maya, Fernando Terremoto, Rafael de Carmen, Manuela Carrasco, Tomatito, Juana Amaya, among others.


Carlos Velázquez

He has toured around the world being part of the most important Ballet Companies in the country. He has participated in the plays “Carmen” and “Il Trovatore” under the direction of Franco Zefirelli, with Belén López, and has been first soloist dancer with his own company at the Muñoz Seca Theater.


Yoel Vargas

Graduated from the Professional Conservatory of the Institut del Teatre in 2021 (Barcelona) and recent Honorary Award for Professional Education in the Arts of Catalonia. He is currently a member of the Dance Company of Manuel Liñán and recently premiered his own pieces as a creator at festivals in Barcelona and Madrid.


José 'Escarpín'

He began his studies at the age of 7 with great teachers such as the great masters Juan Ramirez, Carlos Velazquez, Alfonso Losa, Jose Maya, Nino Reyes, Antonio Canales, Tony "El Pelao" and LaTati among others. He is the winner of the "WORLD RECORD GUINNESS 2010” of heel tapping and winner of the "MELÓN DE ORO" festival of "LO FERRO" the only dancer in the world with this award.

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