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Juan Carlos Gómez

Second guitar

He was only sixteen at the time of his first concert. He learned how to accompany dance with dancer "Faico" and singing with numerous singers from 1987 and 1995.

He won the National Guitar Competition of l’Hospitalet in1991, the III Concours Flamenco Guitare, Chant et Dance in Nimes (France) in 1993, the XXV Festival Nacional del Cante de las Minas (La Unión) in 1994, and the Teatro Pavón del Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid Cup, in 1998.

He has published "Cabalgando" (1995), "Mozárabe" (1997), "En la Madrugá" (1999) and "La Caseta" (2011).

Currently a guitar teacher, he collaborates with Perico Sambeat’s Big-Band and has played with Juan Manuel Cañizares since 2007. In 2013, he created a new project called Carolus Trio.

Charo Espino

Dancer

Charo Espino (Sevilla, 1967) Dancer.

Masters such as Caracolillo, Manolo Marín, Ciro, Paco Romero and Paco Fernández provide the foundations for her art.

She has danced at all the most important Spanish "tablaos", including Zambra, Venta del Gato, Casa Patas and Café de Chinitas and has worked as the lead dancer in the best known Spanish companies (Ballet Teatro Español, with Rafael Aguilar, Compañía de Teatro de Danza Española, with Luisillo, Ballet Danzarte, with Joaquín Ruiz, etc.)

She danced for the first time at the Seville Flamenco Biennial in 1998 and received the "Navicella" dance award in Italy. She was also the lead dancer in "La Traviata", with Luigi Pizzi and José Carreras, and danced in "Il Trovatore" at La Arena de Verona, under the orders of El Camborio and Lucía del Real.

She also appeared as lead female dancer in "Callas Forever", a film by director Franco Zeffirelli.

Ángel Muñoz

Dancer

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Ángel Muñoz (Córdoba, 1973) Dancer.

He studied under Inmaculada Luque in Cordoba and, while still a student at the dance conservatory, joined the Ziryab Danza company led by Javier Latorre.

He appeared in two operas, "La Traviata" and "La del Soto del Parral" and even in a TV series, and won the "La Mejorana" award in 1994 in the National Flamenco Art Competition in Cordoba.

Since 1998 he has been the lead in shows such as "La Tirana" (Seville Biennial) and "Flamenco Republic" in New York.

He formed his own company, together with Seville-born dancer Charo Espino, and their debut was in 2003 in South Africa, with "Robándole al alma", followed by shows such as "Flamencopassion" in Romania and "Cinco sentidos" in Jérez.

He continues to collaborate as a guest artist with the Paco Peña company, with Cañizares and with musicians such as Jorge Pardo.

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