Flamenco Danza

Úrsula López y Tamara López han creado en Sevilla una escuela integral para formación de bailarines, tanto principiantes como profesionales. En flamencodanza estudio encontrarás el flamenco más puro y actual, la danza española y el ballet clásico (metodología de la Royal Academy of Dancing de Londres).

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Barcelona 1979. He began his dance studies at the age of seven in several disciplines such as classical ballet, jazz, contemporary dance, Spanish dance and flamenco.
He got his first contract in the Compañia de Baile Español Manuel Nuñez and continues to work with other companies: Color Danza, Increpación, José Vega´s ballet and the Nuevo Ballet Español directed by Carlos Rodríguez and Angel Rojas, with whom he premiered very successful performances such as “Sangre” and “Flamenco directo”.
In September of 2000 and under the direction of Aída Gómez he joined the Ballet Nacional de España in which he interpreted numerous works and choreographies such as “Grito” by Antonio Canales, “Concierto de Aranjuez” choreographed by Pilar López and performed with Lola Greco, “Ilusiones FM” by María Pagés” or “Leyenda” by Jose Antonio as a soloist.
As a principal dancer he has had the pleasure of performing one of some of Spain´s most important works such as  “Medea” by Jose Granero, “Fuenteovejuna” by Antonio Gades, “Elegía” by Jose Antonio, “Taranto” by Antonio Canales and “El Loco” choreographed by Javier Latorre.
In 2004 he was invited as guest artist to the “Adelaide Dance Festival” in Australia.
In 2007 he joined the company of Aida Gómez as a principal dancer and simultaneously became a guest artist in the company Metros directed by Ramón Oller. That same year he participated in the 31st Spanish and Flamenco Dance Festival in Chicago.
In May of 2008 he choreographed and interpreted “Asturias” for the show “Permíteme bailarte” by Aida Gómez premiered in the Albéniz Theatre in Madrid. Later that year he re premiered with Antonio Canales´ Company “La Casa de Bernarda Alba” interpreting the role of “Poncia” gaining high praise from the critics.
In December 2009 he was invited by Shoji Kojima to participate in the direction and coordination of “La Celestina” a piece choreographed by Javier Latorre with music of Chicuelo, premiered in “Le Theatre Ginza” and considered the best dance work to be performed in Japan in the XXI century.
During the Jerez flamenco festival he participated in a tribute to Fernando Belmonte invited by the company of Joaquin Grilo, gaining the prize of the audience.
In January of 2012 he performed as a guest artist in the USA tour of the Ensemble Español, with great success from the critics in cities such as Saint Louis, Kansas and Chicago amongst others.
That same year he contributed as a guest artist along other stars of dance in a tribute to Alicia Alonso in Madrid´s Zarzuela theatre honored by the presence of Her Majesty Queen Sophia of Spain.
The following year he moved to Seville where he worked in Eva La Yerbabuena´s Company for the XVII Jerez Flamenco Festival and in the Flamenco Biennial of Paris. As a teacher he has taught in several conservatories in Spain, U.K, France, Italy, Thailand and Korea and he has also been invited to be a guest teacher by Chicago´s Ensemble Español in the Northeastern Illinois University during their festivals in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Christian also teaches in Fundacion Conservatorio Flamenco “Casa Patas” in Madrid and is a guest teacher by the International Spanish Dance Society in London.