Ensemble Español
David Coria


About David Coria

David Coria (Flamenco dancer) was born in Seville in 1983. Trained with teachers such as Paco Fabra, Lola Mesa, Aurora Bosh, José Granero, Juana Amaya, Aída Gómez, José Antonio, Carlos Robles, Ana María Bueno, Eva Yerbabuena, Belén Fernández. He studied at the Professional Dance Conservatory of Seville. In 1998 he was selected for the "Flamenco Workshop" of the Andalusian Dance Company of José Antonio. In 1999, he performed in the show "Puntales" by Antonio "El Pipa", with Juana "la del Pipa", Milagros Mengíbar and María del Mar Moreno. In 2000 he participated in the film "Salomé" by Carlos Saura.

In 2001, he entered the National Ballet of Spain under the direction of Elvira Andrés, and later José Antonio, where he participated in 'Medea' by José Granero, 'Danza y Tronío' by Marienma, 'Fuenteovejuna' by Antonio Gades, 'Concert by Aranjuez 'by Pilar López, and plays solo roles in several shows. He has collaborated with the companies ‘Dos por medio’ Estévez & Paños, Cía. Rubén Olmo, Rocío Molina, and has been choreographer and dancer in the company of Rafaela Carrasco in '150 grams of thoughts', 'With music elsewhere' and 'Let's go to the shooting', awarded by the 2008 Flamenco Biennial as best choreography In 2010 he was elected Best dancer of the Year by the German magazine TANZ specialized in dance. In 2016 he won the Academy of Performing Arts of Andalusia award, best male performer in flamenco dance. In 2013 he became First Dancer, Repeater and Choreographer of the Flamenco Ballet of Andalusia, under the direction of Rafaela Carrasco.

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