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Irene Morales


Irene was born in Granada in 1998, she is the great-granddaughter and granddaughter of guitar makers. From an early age, her passion for dance grew as she watched her mother, a professional dancer. At the age of 8, she began her training at the Queen Sofia Conservatory of Dance in Granada. At the age of 16 she left for Madrid to continue her training at the Conservatory of Dance “Maria de Avila” training with prominent choreographers and dancers.

It is worth mentioning:
– Outstanding dancer award “XXII Certamen coreográfico de danza española y flamenco de Madrid”.
– Scheduled Festival de Jerez 2024
– Scheduled Festival Flamenco Madrid 2024
– Dancer in “Lorca y la pasión” choreographed by “Eva Yerbabuena”.
– Dancer in the film “La Jota” by Carlos Saura
– Dancer in the company “Rafael Aguilar”.
– Dancer Company “Miguel Angel Berna”.

Throughout her journey, she recognizes the seriousness and discipline involved in being a dancer, inspired by figures such as Manuela Carrasco and Sara Baras. Her artistic background and passion for flamenco distinguish her. Her life and art are dedicated to flamenco, transcending borders and carrying with her a tireless passion.


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