Mujeres en Vivo Inmaculada Ortega

Inmaculada Ortega y Maxi Rebman

En Casa Patas

Ciclo Mujeres en Vivo

Del Lunes 30 de Marzo al Sábado 4 de Abril A las 22:30h

Viernes 3 y Sábado 4 de Abril doble actuación: A las 20:00h y a las 22:30h

Meet Inmaculada Ortega

During the last years she collaborated as a guest dancer in the concerts offered by the famous singers José Menese and Chano Lobato, as well as great musicians such as Jorge Pardo, Enrique de Melchor or Víctor Monje Serranito. She directed her own company ” Aroma Flamenco ” while combining her work as a dancer with that of a teacher. She has been a guest teacher at the Comandante Fortea Dance Conservatory in 2018 while teaching courses internationally in countries such as Japan, Korea, Israel, Brazil, Germany, Italy, England, etc.

Inmaculada Ortega Flamenco Workshop

Miraflores 2020

Featured Performances

Among the performances to highlight in her career as a solo dancer include: Suma Flamenca Festival of Madrid, Ases del Flamenco with Chano Lobato and José de la Tomasa, II International Flamenco Festival of Canada, ConexaoEspanha project 2010, 2009 and 2008 of Brazil, Festival of Jerez 2007 and 2008, Albuquerque International Flamenco Festival 2008, Universal Exhibition of Seville 92, Universal Exhibition of Taejon (Korea) 93, Todi International Dance Festival (Italy), etc.

Fashion line and accessories

Fashion line, bata de cola and accessories

Blog by Inmaculada Ortega

Meet the Flamenco world

El Mundo sin Arte

The world without art

Would you have ever imagined the world without a single artistic expression? Since our origins, art has always found a way to manifest itself, whether through music, painting, writing, dance, interpretation or construction. We have immense examples on this planet that our ancestors have left for us. From cave paintings to imposing buildings or delicate masterpieces in music, dance, theater, sculpture and many others. But let's go back in time to the current moment: Spain, March, state of alarm in the country for coronavirus infection, confinement of the population that is gradually expanding worldwide. What happens now with art? Can you lock it up too? The government has closed theaters, exhibition halls, tablaos, concert halls, absolutely every place that can ...
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Inmaculada Ortega en Japón

Japan, a home for flamenco

I was always curious about the great attraction that the Japaneses feel for flamenco and making a small immersion in our respective cultures, I have discovered that I can find similarities in certain elements of our traditional dances and music. Moreover, without pretending to philosophize too much in our roots, what calls my attention the most m is not the attraction, but the respect and seriousness they have for this art. I have been traveling to the country of the rising sun for years, living magical experiences such as bathing in an “onsen”, contemplating the Gingkaku-ji or simply strolling through a traditional Japanese garden. Delighting myself with Japanese cuisine and enjoying the unparalleled courtesy that this race offers so generously. But I have also lived devastating experiences such as the Kobe earthquake, which ...
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"Tan solo" Manuel Reyes

Manuel Reyes at the Theaters del Canal

“Tan Solo” by Manuel Reyes at the Theaters del Canal Last night I had the pleasure of attending an extraordinary show "Tan Solo" by Manuel Reyes at the Theaters del Canal. Well, with this humility Manuel began a solo show that was intriguing, emotional, captivating and with an exquisite elegance. It had been years since I had enjoyed a show like the one we had last night. Tired of seeing so many “flamencos” in series, pulling the wool over people´s eyes, contemporary dance with flamenco shoes, so much senseless footwork and repetitive fashion, I had almost thrown in the towel and assumed that the path that current flamenco is taking was not in Absolute of my interest. On the other ...
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mujer con zapatos bailando flamenco

The Flying Shoe

My flying shoe ... I dance since I was a child, but my first contract as an adult dancer was in Lloret de Mar, with a company headed by a mother with her daughters,  family that today reminds me of a certain fairy tale. Even so, I am grateful for how much I grew up as a person, after surviving among that pack of divas, from which I could only exclude a daughter, but especially how grateful I was for the great lesson I learned from them: “How not to treat others " Well, working in this peculiar environment in which I only danced Spanish classical dance because the mother-boss of the company declared that I had very ugly arms ...
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mujer bailando en la playa

The beginnings in the dance: what nerves!

We all hide our failures, fears and mistakes, but today I thought it would be good to bring them to light, because they may serve as motivation for others in their beginnings in the dance. I would love to say that each and every time I have danced, I have enjoyed the experience, but it is not true. The pure reality is that in the beginning the majority of the times I went on stage, it was not a pleasure but rather a suffering experience. The pleasure came later, when the blood returned to my legs after the shock that had happened. The first times I went on stage I remember feeling a tingling in my belly, which went down ...
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