Antonio Losada

Antonio Diego Fernández Salazar, with the stage name “Antonio Losada”, comes from the Losada family saga.

A percussionist by profession, he started dancing at the age of 2, in the Verona arena with the opera “Carmen”, under the direction of Franco Zeffirelli.

Later, at the age of 5, he was part of a very young group called “Adali”, a project produced by Rosa León. At the age of 14 he started playing in different tablaos such as Casa Patas, Cardamomo, Corral de la Pacheca and very soon he was trained as a percussionist. At the age of 15 he was called by Antonio Canales to be part of his company, at that time with the show “Mano a Mano”, making a national tour.

Later, he toured Latin America and Asia with his father Tito Losada, in different shows. Among them, “Misa Flamenca”, “Las 1001 y una Noches Flamencas” and “Alma Gitana”, under the direction of Miguel Narros.

Together with Lola Greco and Javier la Torre, he participated in the show “Fedra”, touring several times. Then he was part of the ballet company Cecilia Gómez in the show “Cayetana y su Pasión”, a tribute to the Grand Duchess of Alba and in “Cupaima”, a tribute to Chavela Vargas.

He also participated in the company of Joaquín Cortés, with the show “Gitano”. With Tomatito, he toured Latin America with the show “Luz de Guía”. With Lole Montoya he toured with the show “Recuerdos”.

Profesora Marta Aramburu

Do you want to learn to dance?

Check the timetables for our dance classes in Madrid