I have always thought that beauty is in the simple things, but when I see difficult in something simple, for me then ART shines.
Listening to Chano, Caracol, Marchena, La Paquera, Fernanda, Bernarda, Farina... I realise that they left the most important legacy in the history of flamenco.
To me, that was THE ART, the legacy with which I learnt that, in order to dance, you have to know how to listen and that sometimes silence is more beautiful than any sound.
I have seen how they left their songs to the History and how flamenco dancers such as Rafael De Córdoba, Enrique ¨El Cojo¨, Antonio Gades, Rafael ¨El Negro¨ crafted them in forms and styles with their bodies... They were masters that marked an era, masters that I watched and learned from.
After having them as references I have become aware of the beauty of simple things, so I have no choice but to SEE, HEAR and DANCE.
Francisco Hidalgo, Anabel Moreno
Juan de Mairena, Jesús Corbacho
Guadalupe Jiménez, David Picazo
José Galvañ, Carolina Verdasco