Ileana Gómez

Ileana first met Spanish dance and flamenco at the age of 6 and quickly fell in love with it. Since then she has studied with the best flamenco artists and teachers, including Juana Amaya, Juan Manuel Montoya “Farruquito”, Carmen Ledesma, Alfonso Losa, Jose Maya, Adela Campallo and Yolanda Heredia to name a few.

In 2007 she embarked on an intensive study of dance and choreography at the University of New Mexico in the USA while also training at the Albuquerque Flamenco Conservatory under the masters Joaquin Encinas and Eva Encinias (directors of the Albuquerque Flamenco Festival). In 2010 she graduated with a Master’s Degree in Dance and was the first student in U.S. history to earn this degree with a focus on flamenco.

Since then, Ileana has worked with several American and Spanish companies, touring prestigious theaters and festivals such as New York’s Joyce Theater, Jacob’s Pillow dance festival (USA), and Albuquerque Flamenco Festival (USA), sharing the stage with artists such as Juana La del Pipa, Carmen Ledesma, Alejandro Granados, and Pastora Galvan among others.

Profesora Yazmin Arnaudo

Ileana currently works in the Madrid “tablaos” alongside great flamenco artists. In August 2018 she was awarded at the “Concurso Nacional de Baile por Alegrías”, and more recently, in 2019 she performed at the Teatro la Latina alongside a cast that included Lucky Losada, Gema Moneo, Carrete de Málaga, Tomasito, el Mistela and Antonio Canales, to name a few; She participated as a guest dancer with Alfonso Losa in his show “Prendidos” and in the Torrelodones Festival in the show “Bailaoras” directed by Iván and Lucky Losada, together with Carmen la Talegona and Mónica Fernández.

FLAMENCO DANCE

 

SEVILLANAS

 

Flamenco dance classes

The alegrías, bulerías, seguiriyas, fandangos, tangos, soleá… do not have a fixed choreography, so learning is aimed at differentiating the beats, improvising and learning basic steps that you can then combine with each other. To do this, we recommend our Flamenco courses, with levels ranging from beginner to advanced, both for children and adults.

Sevillanas classes

The alegrías, bulerías, seguiriyas, fandangos, tangos, soleá… do not have a fixed choreography, so learning is aimed at differentiating the beats, improvising and learning basic steps that you can then combine with each other. To do this, we recommend our Flamenco courses, with levels ranging from beginner to advanced, both for children and adults.