Eduardo Guerrero


Eduardo Guerrero González began dancing at the age of six at Carmen Guerrero's school in Cádiz. He has been instructed by outstanding teachers such as Mario Maya, Antonio Canales, Manolo Marín and Chiqui de Jerez. His training encompasses classical and contemporary Spanish dance, which gives him a precise technique and unique movements. She won the Desplante Award at the Festival de Las Minas de la Unión in 2013 and the Audience Award at the Festival de Jerez in 2017.

Since 2011, he has developed his solo career, reaping awards and participating in international projects such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York and collaborations with artists such as Pasión Vega and India Martínez. He has worked with Los Stomp in Manchester and collaborated with designer Francis Montesinos. In 2016 and 2017, he was a guest artist on the "Eterno Camarón" and "Puerto Flamenco Tour" tours.

Today, Eduardo combines touring with artistic creations such as "A Solo Piece for a Flamenco Dancer" in 2016, which evolved into "Qualitätskontrolle" for the Bogota City Festival in 2018. This inspired her work "Sombra Efímera", premiered at the Seville Flamenco Biennial in 2018, where she danced inside a transparent plastic bubble designed by Plastique Fantastique.

His recent achievements include the title of Gaditano del Año in 2021 and the Premio Lorca Intérprete Masculino Danza Flamenca in 2022.


Presentation of the show from October 3 to 5, 2023

After the first silence comes the sound in the body, and something appears that annihilates the stillness to turn that body into dance and that silence into music, the accents of the light of an angel by Tarantos and of an axiom like the guitar that accompanies to strengthen the place from where it starts, a single guitar like the temple that accompanies a dogma, like a warm abode where a bata de cola for Segurilla or a fan for Guajira open an earthly dimension under the dance of Eduardo Guerrero who transforms the Origin into the atypical system of the flamenco archetype, recovering the deepest and most racial of bare feet between zambras and tangos, to let oneself dream of these harmonic universes to which we are accustomed.

• Eduardo Guerrero, dance
• Sara Jiménez, dance
• Pilar Sierra, vocals
• Cristina Soler, vocals
• Teresa Hernández, vocals
• Antonio González, guitar
• Claudio Villanueva, guitar

• Taranto
• Seguirillas
• Zambra y Tangos
• Solo de guitarra y Guajira
• Cante popular
• Alegrías