Rebeca Monasterio dancing, Lois de la Fefa vocals, Adán Jiménez guitar, Bladi Cortés dancing and clapping.
The dancer Rebeca Monasterio is a restless, charismatic soul; elegant, with a technically impeccable style. Monasterio made her debut at the age of 16 and immediately joined the company of Sara Flores and Juan Cortés. She has also worked with Iniesta Cano, Manuela Ríos, Montse Cortés and Duquende, among others, and has performed several times at the Tarantos, where she has become a regular artist. So it’s quite appropriate that the Mas i Mas Festival marks the return of Rebeca Monasterio to the Plaça Reial tablao, after a long pandemic silence. The dancer from Barcelona returns with her own group – an exceptional line-up – keener than ever to share her art with the whole world.
Rebeca Monasterio: @rebecamonasterio_bailaora (Instagram)
Luis de la Fefa: @loisfernandezfernandez (Instagram)
Adán Jiménez: @adanguitarrista (Instagram)
Bladimiro Cortés: Bladimiro Cortes Cortes (Facebook)