Manuel Medina is a flamenco specialist born in Granada, Andalusia. He has received masterful training in Classical Spanish Dance and its elements, shawl, fan, castanets, etc. from teachers such as Maite Galán, Goyo Montero and Blanca del Rey among others, as well as a specialist in Spanish regional dances.

He entered as main flamenco dancer in Luisillo’s ballet with the works Romeo y Julieta, Carmen and Don Quixote, among others, he traveled through Europe, Asia, Israel, the Arab Emirates and Mexico, among other countries. With the Suitte Española company and the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade, he once again travels the world promoting Spanish culture in the Hilton and Sheraton hotel chains.

He was part of the prestigious elite of dancers Attraction of the well-known tablao Café de Chinitas. Together with Antonio Canales and Juan de Juan, he starred in the Conde Duque Madrid’s Summers in the play Lunas de Sangre. Together with the Ketama group he collaborates in the show mythificación de la Zambra. With his own flamenco company, he was successful in Japan, China and Taiwan.

In addition, Manuel is a teacher specialized in flamenco at the Carmen Salas school, Madrid in the conservatory exams for the Spanish Dance career in Madrid.