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Choro Molina


Antonio Molina Redondo, known worldwide as Antonio Molina “El Choro”, is an outstanding flamenco dancer born in Huelva in 1985. From an early age, he learned the basics of flamenco from his father, also known as “El Choro”. Later, he broadened and deepened his training with renowned teachers such as Manolo Marín and Javier Cruz.

In 1999, her talent was recognized when she won the II Certamen de Baile Joven de Huelva, organized by the Cristina Heeren Foundation. From that moment on, she decided to move to the city of Seville to continue her flamenco dance studies. There, she had the opportunity to train with outstanding teachers such as Javier Latorre, Antonio “El Pipa”, Javier Barón, Rafael Campallo, Israel Galván and Antonio Canales, who contributed to further enrich her technique and style.

Antonio Molina “El Choro” has stood out as a talented and recognized bailaor, taking his flamenco art to different stages both nationally and internationally. His dedication and passion for dance have made him a leading figure in the world of flamenco.


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