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Jaime El Estampio & Asami are undoubtedly the best.

They have extensive experience and exposure in Flamenco as they have been performing in many places in Spain such as Castilla La Mancha, Madrid, Seville and Malaga.

Together, the two have participated important Flamenco Festivals mainly in Castilla La Mancha,  Toledo. Festivals in Torremolinos, Colmenar were also graced with their presence, where they shared the stage with famous artists such as Rancapino, Mari Peña among others.


Jaime Fresneda

Jaime Fresneda, also known as El Estampio (The Stampede) in the world of Flamenco, started dancing at an early age of 5. Originally from La Mancha, his intense passion for flamenco took him to Seville, Andalucia, and the birth place of Flamenco.
After several years of training and performing alongside renowned gypsy dancer and teacher, Jose Galvan who is the father of internationally famous dancers, Israel and Pastora Galvan, he was invited to collaborate, travel and teach with one of the most controversial figures in Flamenco to date, Jose Suarez, El Torombo.

Critics have often applauded the dexterity, speed and profundity of his footwork, which
compliments the somewhat aggressive yet noble spirit expressed in his presence and energy. Playful at times yet always centered, his face reveals a deep concentration and intensity which can scream only from the soul of one who truly understands, one who is beautifully bewitched, Asami Ikeda.

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Asami Ikeda

Asami Ikeda has been dancing flamenco for more than 10 years. Having started in Japan, as with many other prestigious Japanese flamenco dancers, she made the decision to perfect her art by travelling to London and Andalucia. In Seville she was invited to collaborate and further train under "El Estampio" before launching her own professional dancing career. Asami mixes the gift for attention to detail and purity of movement with an extraordinary fiery temperament, to bring to life on stage the archetypal flamenco gypsy spirit.

She has been performing and taught Flamenco in many renowned places in Spain, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom. Malaga, Seville, Madrid, Toledo, Mancha and Ciudad Real are among the long list of places she has been able to display her prowess in Flamenco dance.

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Joselito Perez

He is from the city, Seville. Birth of traditional flamenco. He has started Flamenco since he was a child, and professional his art at one of the famous flamenco school in Seville "Cristina Heren". Naturally talented of the music and rhythms are superb


Antonio Herrera


He is from Fuengirola, who has lived in Seville more than 10 years.