The dancer Karime Amaya is a member of the Amaya family and grand niece of “La Capitana” Carmen Amaya, the most famous dancer of all time. Karime Amaya debuted when she was only 9 years old and since then she performed in festivals all over the world such as the Albuquerque International Festival in the USA, Quito Flamenco Festival, Mont-de-Marsan Flamenco Art Festival in France, Monterrey Flamenco Art Festival or Jerez Flamenco Festival, among others. Karime Amaya also participated in the documentary ‘Bajarí’, where she appears with her mother, La Winy, to portray flamenco culture in Barcelona.
Karime Amaya also participated in the documentary 'Bajarí', where she appears with her mother, La Winy, to portray flamenco culture in Barcelona.
Hiniesta Cortés and Yiyo Fernández
Hiniesta Cortés is an artist born in Seville who has felt flamenco dance in her body since she was young. The bailaora has received training and worked with great flamenco figures such as José Galván, Mario Maya, Manolo Marín and Cristina Hoyos. Hiniesta Cortés has toured stages and tablaos all over Spain and the world like Japan, Chile, Scotland, Italy or France among others and shared her dance with artists like Duquende, Niño Josele or Rafael Amargo.
With the dancers will be Yiyo Fernández, a young dancer from Barcelona and one of the great promises of flamenco. At the age of 18 he headed the bill at more than 20 national and international festivals and shared the stage with artists of the stature of Mayte Martín, Eva la Yerbabuena, Duquende, Estrella Morente, Pitingo, Miguel Poveda and El Capullo de Jerez. At an early age she has already performed on stages in different parts of the world such as the United States, France and Taiwan.