What is flamenco?

It is the colour that rises between the rhythm and an off beat.

The soul that grips the throat and cries out in lament.

It is that which is born in the veins and dies in the heel.

It´s what makes a guitar sounding as if it plays the same beat as the heart.

Flamenco is life, death, night and day.

Flamenco is a crying expressed through the hammering of heels, laughter expressed through the happy melodies of bulerías.

Flamenco – singing, playing, dancing,

Art as drawn in the air.





 Jorge Espejo “El Fresquito” guitar player

 Jorge has a Higher Grade Flamenco Guitar qualification from the Rafael Orozco Conservatory of Music in Cordoba where his teachers included Paco Serrano, Niño de Pura and Manolo Franco. He also has a Diploma in Music Education from the University of Cordoba.


  • 1st Prize at the IV Bienal Flamenco organized by ONCE (2012).

  • 1st Prize in the II Contest of Flamincos de Granada (2011).

  • 2nd Prize in the XI Flamenco Guitar Competition Looking At Torre, Alhaurin de la Torre, Malaga (2010).

  • 2nd Prize in the VIII International Competition for Young Performers Flamenco Guitar Manuel Cano, in Ogíjares, Granada (2010).

  • 2nd Prize in the XI Flamenco Guitar Contest for Young Jaén Provincial Council (2008).


Silvia Fernandez “La Chispa” dancer

 Silvia began dancing at four years old and started studying Flamenco Puro aged six with Juan Flores “El Duende”. She has also studied ballet, bolero, flamenco and classical Spanish dancing at the prestigious Concha Jose Luis Ponc school.

Performance highlights

  • Principal dancer in the play “The Canastera” Benjamin Habichuelas. Aditorium de Palma (2002)

  • “Chinitas Coffee” at the Auditorium de Palma (2002)

  • Principal dancer in the play “Battle of the Dance” in California, USA (2011)

  • Home of Flamenco dancer in the show “Andalus Night” Magdalena Ramirez. In Dubai, Arab Emirates (2012)

  • Gold Clasp Juan Diaz in the LI of the Flamenco Festival de las Nieves in Arcos de la Frontera (Jerez, Spain) with Benji Habichuelas, Sebastian Román and Juan Diaz (2011).


Jorge and Silvia will be joined regularly by exciting guest performers from the world of flamenco.