About Gala Vivancos
Gala Vivancos (Barcelona, 1970). Trained in classical dance and Spanish dance, she is presented as a required figure on stages inside and outside Spain. She began her training under the guidance of her mother Pilar Llorens, artistically known as Pastora Martos, a dancer, teacher, dance critic and member of the European Association of Dance Historians and UNESCO.
Soon Gala Vivancos began to step on important stages sharing the poster with prominent figures. Together with Arantxa Argüelles, Antonio Márquez, Ángel Pericet, Mario Maya and Blanca del Rey, she was part of the International Dance Festival Spain, held in 1988 in Italy. With the Spanish National Ballet, she remained from 1990 to 1999 playing the roles of soloist and principal dancer. She danced with the Rafael Aguilar Spanish Theater, among other roles, Carmen in Bizet's homonymous work. Gala Vivancos has worked as prima ballerina with The Carmen Cortés Flamenco Company, Paco Peña, Antonio Canales or Los Losada and María Vivó. She's been invited to various galas of international stars along with other figures of dance made in Spain such as Mayte Bajo, Lola Greco, Miguel Ángel Berna, José Carlos Martínez, and Igor Yebra.