Artist from Extremadura. She was born in Cáceres, in the heart of a family of flamenco artists and has been in contact with the world of music practically from birth.
With an extraordinary and very versatile voice, which allows her to adapt to any musical genre, the artist from Extremadura defines herself as a cantaora and singer, as her passion is music in its infinite extension, but above all “flamenco, singing to freedom”. She drinks from the fountain of masters of flamenco singing such as Vallejo, Marchena, Juanito Valderrama, Niña de los Peines, Niña de la Puebla, Porrinas de Badajoz and Marelu, among others. These influences are echoed in her voice along with a special sensitivity, with arabesque and melodic colours and nuances, with great ornamentation and speed, with a sense of rhythm and meter, and with sweet, old and fresh flavours at the same time, which gives her singing a style with personality.
He has participated in numerous events, performing on national and international stages, such as the Nimes Flamenco Festival (France), Lisbon, Teatro Real de Madrid, the prestigious Madrid tablao Casa Patas, Sala Galileo Galilei in Madrid, Centro Andaluz de Documentación del Flamenco in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), Teatro Romano de Mérida, Festival Internacional de Teatro Clásico de Mérida, among others.
He has several awards to his credit, including First Prize in the “IV Concurso Nacional de Saetas de Zafra”, Second Prize in the “Concurso Nacional de Saetas de Cartagena” and Second Prize in the V Concurso de Cante “A la sombra del Mudéjar” in Llerena, Badajoz.
He has shared the stage with premier artists of the national and international music scene such as Carmen Linares, Miguel Poveda, Ana Belén, Diana Navarro, Rozalén, María Toledo, Juan Valderrama, Las Migas, Carlos Núñez, Mocedades, Etc.
He is currently in artistic and recording projection.
ACOPLANDO is a copla and flamenco show, a perfect tandem that gives value and identity to our national musical culture, where each of these genres take centre stage while preserving their essence so that finally, “Acoplando” both become one towards the most current horizons of the fusion genre