Teachers

At El Lucero school we have a team of professionals specialized in the different areas of flamenco and Spanish dance teaching. Whether you want to learn how to dance flamenco or sevillanas, how to hand-clap, how to play the flamenco cajón and Spanish guitar or how to sing flamenco, our teachers will help you achieve your goals.

We don’t forget the emotional well-being of people either. Therefore, in our staff you will also find teachers of zumba, yoga, pilates, meditation and Chi Kung and Reiki that will help you connect with your inner self and balance your energies.

Carmen la Talegona

Marta Aramburu

María Angeles Fernandez

Carmen la Talegona

Dancer born in Córdoba (Spain) in 1976. Carmen belongs to the distinguished family of flamenco artists, “Los Talegones”. She is the niece of the famous saetas singer (a saeta is a traditional religious Spanish song) María “La Talegona” and of the famous flamenco singer “Talegón”, from Córdoba.

Marta Aramburu

Marta is a flamenco dancer and teacher in several of El Lucero’s flamenco and Spanish dance courses. With her you will learn to dance sevillanas, you will know what is the flamenco combo and the bases of flamenco dance.

María Ángeles Fernandez

For the stylized dance classes in the team of El Lucero we have Mª Ángeles who will teach you to acquire a technical knowledge of various styles of Spanish dance and you will learn choreographies that show the art for a good interpretation of Spanish dance.

Jesús Sánchez

Yazmin Arnaudo

Daniel Yague

Jesús Sánchez

Jesús, our expert in meditation, Chi Kung, Reiki and Bioenergy. With him you will learn to connect the physical part of your body with your mind and to balance your energies to improve your health and well-being.

Yazmin Arnaudo

A young and promising artist, Yasmin is extensively trained in dance disciplines and yoga and pilates. This Argentinian now resident in Madrid has joined the team to complement our variety of classes with funky and contemporary jazz.

Daniel Yague

During his long career in Flamenco, Daniel has collaborated with many important artists, companies and institutions. He has been a teacher and artist at the Conservatorio Profesional de Danza for 18 years, and has been awarded numerous prizes for his musical pieces.

Aurélie Bottero

Luz Madeleine Flores

María Cruz

Aurélie Bottero

Dancer, model and actress. Born in Nice (France) in 1990 and of Arab origin, Aurélie has been exploring her passion for the performing arts since she was 6 years old. She will teach you and you will learn choreographies that highlight Afro-Brazilian and Oriental dance.

Luz Madeleine Flores

Luz Madeleine is our new salsa, zumba, and full body teacher. With extensive training and professional experience, Madeleine brings her passion for sports to Centro El Lucero.

María Cruz

María Cruz was born in 2001 in Madrid. She began her dance studies at the age of 3. Since then, she has been training with great artists of today’s flamenco scene.

Carolina León

Caridad Vega

Léa Delsol

Carolina León

Born in Madrid in 1977, Carolina León is a dancer with broad experience both nationally and internationally. León has been developing her talent dancing from a very young age and on two continents.

Caridad Vega

Caridad Vidal Bernal, with the stage name of Caridad Vega, was born on July 25, 1980, in Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz). This flamenco artist and dancer belongs to a family of renowned flamenco artists in her hometown.

Léa Delsol

Born in Toulouse (France), this flamenco dancer began her career in Saint Jean de Luz (French Basque country). Great artists such as Pepa Molina, Carmen la Talegona, David Paniagua or Concha Jareño, among others, have accompanied her in her learning path.

Emilio Ochando

Lucky Losada

Emilio Ochando

Emilio Ochando is a director, choreographer, and dancer with long experience and renowned recognition. Ochando was born in Valencia and during his life he has traveled halfway around the world showing and spreading his passion for dance.

Lucky Losada

From a very early age, he became interested in art and at the age of 14, he discovered percussion instruments, of which he specialized in the flamenco cajón (box drum).