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The world’s fastest dancer, José Escarpín

A dancer who imposes himself with strength, precision and elegance while respecting the purity of flamenco.

José Miguel Fernández, known artistically as José Escarpín, was born in Murcia and is the winner of the “WORLD RECORD GUINNESS 2010 of taconeo and winner of the “MELÓN DE ORO” festival of “LO FERRO”, the only dancer in the world with this award.

He has taken his dancing career to different parts of the world: Miami, Los Angeles, Arizona, Mexico, Texas, New York, Italy, etc. He has presented his shows in different theaters and auditoriums around the world as the theater “Manuel Artime” (Miami), Cesar Chavez (San Luis De Arizona) Benidorm Palace, Riojaforum, Palacio De La Prensa, among others. She has participated in the Netflix documentary “The Creation of Malinche” and in the film “Mexico Flamenco”.

He currently works in the best tablaos with his own shows of creation and staging.

 

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