Sandra Cisneros

NAME: Sandra Cisneros

PLACE OF BIRTH: Almáchar , Málaga.

She has defined her own hallmark in her dance and developed artistic and educational projects internationally (France, Poland, the Dominican Republic, Cameroon, Morocco, Canada and Russia) thanks to years of training with teachers such as Antonio Canales, Farruquito, La Lupi, Joaquín Grilo or Eva Yerbabuena. After her participation in the “Bienal de Flamenco” in Málaga (2015), her career began to have a notable rise with shows at the Lyon Flamenco Festival, the Poznan Duende Festival or the Tangier Flamenco Festival.

Sandra Cisneros is a dancer born in Málaga. She graduated in Flamenco Dance from the “Pepa Flores” Professional Conservatory and graduated for Flamenco Choreograpjy form the “Ángle Pericet” Higher Conservatory in Málaga.

She has stood out since her youth for her dedication to dancing as a soloist, which has led her to be part of the usual cast of tablaos such as “El Gallo Ronco” in Malaga, the mythical Tablao Flamenco “Los Gallos” in Seville and the Teatro Flamenco Madrid. . In addition, she has recently received second prize in the prestigious “Villa Rosa” Tablao Flamenco Contest.

Sandra Cisneros is undoubtedly among the young figures who stand out on the current flamenco scene. To this day, she is immersed in various projects, including the original show “María de mis entrañas” based on the life and work of the philosopher María Zambrano, as well as performances in Tokyo, Warsaw, Paris and Santo Domingo.

Since 2014, she has directed “Jabera Studio”, a training center for flamenco students located in Malaga and which has become a reference point in Andalusia. Her classes, currently focused on advanced level students who intend to become future dancers, stand out for being based, in addition to technique, on attention to the traditional canons of cante and guitar.

In this center Sandra has developed the pioneering Project “De Tablao”, in which children, young people and adults learn communication within the flamenco scene and get closer to the most real flamenco, receiving students from provinces such as Cádiz, Córdoba or Seville every week.

But the educative activity of this bailaora goes further, offering all her classes online. Students from France, England, Italy, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala and the United States, among others, have already joined the professional training offered by this Málaga-born bailaora: technique, flamenco theory, choreography, bulerías for parties, tablao resources, etc

FESTIVALS: Lyon Flamenco Festival. Poznań Goblin Festival. Tanger Flamenco Festival