Carmen Rasero "La trianerita"
An advanced student from Matilde Coral's school where she was studying from 1982 until 1995. She has received instruction from such great maestros as Matilde Coral, Javier Latorre and Mario Maya.
She strides along the paths of flamenco as an artist, firstly by being part of distinguished dance companies, and also by currently owning her own.
Flamenco teacher in Dance Conservatories.
Method, discipline and art; a perfect combination in aid of walking the path alongside her students.
She imparts dance and technique lessons for intermediate and advanced levels.
A complete dancer from Seville, Felipe Mato has had an intensive academic formation in Spanish dance and classical ballet, having studied, among other dance schools, in Seville's Conservatorio de Danza, and in Matilde Coral's school. Devoted to professional dance since the age of 14, he has spread his art in such places as Mallorca, Lanzarote, Barcelona and Naples (Italy), participating in Seville's Xth Bienal de Flamenco, in Mario Maya's company. Finalist in Concurso de Arte Córdoba 2001
An intense dancer, with ample professional experience, she began her flamenco studies under the guidance of the great maestro Manolo Marín, broadening her apprenticeship with other great artists such as Mario Maya and Eva la Yerbagüena. Lourdes has participated in many presentations and shows together with the aforementioned Manolo Marín (Sangre de la Primavera, Azabache-presented in the 1992 Expo), under the direction of Salvador Távora (Las Bacantes, Alhucema) or with Cristina Hoyos's company (Yerma) among others. Lourdes has danced in almost all the existing Seville tablaos.
Flamenco dancer. She has trained extensively and is passionate about teaching and transmitting flamenco dance on account of her having been linked to the art from very early on.
A singer from Seville who upkeeps the purity and the resounding echo of traditional Seville and Triana flamenco singing. Her latest album VERDAD (2015), or Truth in Spanish, contains a compilation of songs and styles that fall within the precepts of traditional flamenco dancing.
She imparts advanced and professional level flamenco singing lessons.
A singer and a dancer. Maite represents the song in fiestas, the compás, and she is well versed in Extremadura songs, in addition to having extensive knowledge of all of flamenco’s different ranges.
Being both a singer and a dancer makes Laura a very special flamenca.
She teaches singing, compás and palmas for all levels.
A Percussionist. A restless and innovative artist. He approaches the rhythms of Flamenco with a broad perspective and has an extraordinary capacity for teaching.
He teaches cajón and compás and palmas for all levels.
Clavijo Mariano is a flamenco percussionist from Jerez de la Frontera. It is a restless young man with academic training with a Phd degree from the University of Seville in Flamenco.
His interest and expertise has served to develop his career as a percussionist with several flamenco companies, alternating his work in teaching percussion with flamenco.
He has been teaching flamenco box since 2004, and in addition to his excellent training, has brought his wonderful talent for teaching. His classes work with the basic principles of percussion for Flamenco, which are key to the formation of a percussionist.
Michele has a great talent for music devoted entirely to the flamenco guitar. This has led him to be involved in major flamenco records, particularly the accompaniment of singing and dancing with flamenco artists on the front line, but his greatest love is teaching
After studying at Seville's Conservatorio Superior de Música, he devoted five years to studying Dance Accompaniment at Matilde Coral and Rafael el Negro's dance school. He has accompanied and recorded records with artists the likes of El Pali, María del Monte, Juanito Valderrama, El Mistela, Paco Toronjo, El Cabrero... combining his work as professional musician with teaching flamenco guitar not only in Spain, but abroad as well. His musical contribution to various TV, radio and cinema ads is also noteworthy. Since 1988 and up to the present, he has been a member of the Compañía de Teatro "La Cuadra de Sevilla" with whom he has performed in the best theaters in more than forty different countries throughout the world.
Manuel Espinosa "Lito"
In flamenco since he was young, his musical talent soon took him to the best flamenco academies to accompany dance and from then on, first line artists. He's in the new flamenco guitar creation tendencies and currently accompanies the singer Alicia Gil. His progression is very interesting, starting off at the purest of flamenco's roots to contemporary tendencies.
Antonio Gámez, guitarist and composer. He is a connoisseur with a passion for playing guitar, a fact that allowed him to come into contact with a generation of guitar players from the 80’s who reinvented flamenco guitar. Similarly, he has shared experiences with history’s finest flamenco singers.
These great cantaores and guitar players from the end of the 20th century are all his peers, and he has worked hand in hand with them to make flamenco what it is today.
He is currently pouring all that passion into a new experience - that of teaching flamenco guitar. Studying with Maestro Antonio Gámez is a great opportunity indeed in terms of transmitting the values and tradition of flamenco.
Francisco Morales "El Pulga"
Flamenco guitarrist. He is learner of the guitar, this vocation goes together with is inherent talent for the rythims of flamenco. Compás and rythim bear no secrets for Francisco Morales, El Pulga. He has tought at taller flamenco since '94, he juggles this with his Flamenco company Serva la Bari in Portugal. He currently teaches guitar and hand clapping at Taller Flamenco.
She is a singer from Málaga who is based in Seville, where she lives for and transmits flamenco. She has a taste for purity and compás singing; Bulerías and Tango in particular. She brings us the character Malaga’s flamenco is able to convey.
She teaches singing and compás and palmas for all levels at Taller Flamenco.