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"Orígenes" - Where Flamenco Meets Cultural Fusion

In the heart of London, the "Lourdes Fernandez Flamenco Company" unveils "Orígenes," a mesmerizing showcase of flamenco's evolution. This six-piece ensemble combines traditional Spanish flamenco with the rich tapestry of musical cultures that shaped its origins.

Launched just a year ago,"Orígenes" is a unique celebration of the roots of flamenco, embracing the influences that have defined its soul. The show blends expressive guitar strumming, soulful singing, captivating dance, enchanting violin melodies, and mesmerizing percussion.

Audiences are invited to experience "Orígenes," a cultural journey that transcends boundaries and captures the essence of flamenco's historical evolution. This is more than a performance; it's an immersive exploration of the art form's deep heritage.

"Orígenes" is an opportunity to witness the harmonious fusion of cultures and their impact on flamenco. It's a celebration of musical diversity that ignites the senses and deepens the appreciation of this enchanting art. Don't miss this extraordinary musical voyage!

Meet the Team


Lourdes Fernández has been dancing since she was five years old. From that moment on, her whole life developed through the learning of flamenco. She studied dance at the Madrid Conservatory, graduated at Rey Juan Carlos University and completed her Masters in Performing Arts. She also taught dance at the American Saint Louis University of Madrid and participated in the International Dance Gala for UNESCO.


Ayoze de Alejandro López is a Gran Canaria-born drummer/percussionist based in London who has collaborated with different composers, choreographers, and performers like Baqir Abbas, Yelfris Valdés, Abel Selacoe, Will Tuckett, Soumik Datta, Orphy Robinson, Kan Yama Kan Theatrical Play, Ernesto Hermosa, Paul Clark, Jean Pierre Magnet, Maya Youseff, Nani Noam Vazana, Kadialy Kouyate, The Turbans band, Attab Haddad, Ramón Ruiz, Yinka Esi Graves, etc.


Josie Sinnadurai is a dancer based in Seville, Spain. Trained in flamenco in several of the most renowned schools in Madrid, Seville and Jerez, and in contemporary dance at London Contemporary Dance School where she completed her Bachelors and Masters degree. Josie is a regular performer at the flamenco tablaos Álvarez Quintero and La Carbonería in Seville, as well as being a soloist dancer with Brecon Festival Ballet and a producer and dancer for contemporary dance company Sweetshop Revolution.


Fuensanta Zambrana-Ruiz is a violinist and collaborator based in London performing and researching a wide range of musical styles. Focusing on Contemporary and World Music recent performances has been at Royal Festival Hall in London, BBC Radio 3, BE Festival in Birmingham, Palestine Festival in Jerusalem, Constellation in Chicago and Holland India Festival in the Hague.


Adrián Solá born in Barcelona, showed an early interest in music, borrowing his father's guitar when he was twelve years old. Enrolled at the Modern Music School of Badalona to study musical language, harmony, jazz flute and flamenco guitar. He curates a soloist repertoire of essential masterpieces from the realm of flamenco guitar maestros as well as his own compositions.


Monica Garcia started singing at the age of nine. Growing up in Frailes, a small village at the south of the town of Jaen. She became passionately about flamenco and traditional Spanish songs by listening to her grandfather Luis. Inspired by him and great flamenco singers such as La Niña de los Peines or La Perla de Cádiz, spent the evenings after school listening to Flamenco.

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Reviews and highlights


The acclaimed Lourdes Fernández Flamenco Company presented their brilliant work Flamenco: Orígenes at the Etcetera Theatre – this will surely prove to be one of the hottest shows at this year’s fringe.

@hanan_issa_ at X


Getting a bit emotional at the @ndcwales Flamenco Origenes show seeing the representation of Asian and Arab influences on the tradition being incorporated so lovingly into the performance



By the time the show ends with a bravura presentation of modern day flamenco, it is not just the dancers and musicians who are clapping and stamping their feet with enthusiasm. The audience has caught the energy as well, leaping to their feet with applause and cries of “Olé!”

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