Barefoot Flamenco is not a technique, but a way of interpreting Flamenco dance. Similar to Isadora Duncan’s experience in the beginning of the 20th century, I feel constricted dancing in shoes. I love the freedom and the lyricism of dancing barefoot. My choreographic voice in this field of dance involves a contemporary approach to Flamenco dance deeply inspired by the ancestral roots of this art form.
Starring as a soloist guest performer with the legendary Opera Flamenca Xeb-Alamar in Spain’s most prominent Theater was not only a huge highlight in my career, but also a super fun experience. This venue is the prestigious Centro Cultural de la Villa in Madrid, comparable to the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. or the Lincoln […]
Tanguillo of Cadiz performed by Puela Lunaris in the style of the Puellae Gaditanae (The Girls of Cadiz), who were famous all over the Roman empire.