Ana Salazar



Festival Juvenil




Festival Juvenil

Sponsored by the National Institute of Flamenco, Festival Juvenil is the youth component of Festival Flamenco Alburquerque. This program is part of FFABQ 37 as the premier national flamenco camp for experienced young flamenco dancers ages 10-15. Students will take exclusive Festival Juvenil classes together as part of a cohort, taught by Festival guest artists.

Students will be surrounded by the vibrant energy of Festival Flamenco participants and 40+ Spanish Guest Artists, as the camp is located on site with our full line up of Festival Flamenco workshops at the University of New Mexico. Only 20 spots are available for the 2024 Festival Juvenil. Registration will be taken on a first-paid, first-reserved basis.

Age and Student Placement

Young dancers ages 10-15 with higher levels of experience (3+ years of Flamenco Kids Camp or equivalent technique experience at their home studio) may apply to participate in Festival Juvenil. Please contact us regarding questions about student placement.

What’s Included:

Within their cohort, dancers will take the following Festival classes daily:

Stretch & Warm-Up with Deannna Encinias

Folclor Repertory with Festival Guest Artist David Acero

Danza Estilizada Repertory with Festival Guest Artist José Ángel Capel

Flamenco Repertory (Bulerías) with Festival Guest Artist María Reyes

Rhythm & Cajón with Festival Guest Artist, TBA

Flamenco Cante with Festival Guest Artist, Ana Salazar

Special Daily Review Session with Juvenil Director, Fabian Sisneros

Students also receive

One (1) FFABQ 37 T-Shirt

Tickets to attend two (2) world-class flamenco performances

Snacks during passing breaks

Schedules, artists, and pricing on all FFABQ 37 programming subject to change.
Please read our Refund/Discount Policy

Learn More About

Ana Salazar

Ana Salazar is an internationally acclaimed flamenco singer and dancer from Cádiz. She studied dance with great flamenco maestros such as Antonio Canales, Javier Latorre and Mario Maya. At the age of 16 Salazar danced in Manuela Carrasco’s flamenco company and then continued on to Eva La Yerbabuena’s company and premiered in the Lope de Vega theater in Sevilla followed by a performance in Madrid.

Following her participation in the album Chanson Flamenca, Salazar released a solo album Ana Salazar Canta a Edith Piaf that was a success internationally and was followed by a tour of festivals in cities like Paris, Vienna and Tokyo.

Salazar has also participated in shows like the musical Tarantos, Latinas, Femmes du Flamenco, and Du Fado et Du Tango of Gérard Lafont. 

In 2007 Salazar was awarded the Andalucía Youth Award and that same year released her second album Claros del Alma.

She has shared the stage with flamenco dancers such as Belén Maya, Tomasito, Antonio Canales, Yolanda Heredia and Andrés Marín and has been accompanied by great flamenco cantaores including Alfredo and Davíd Lagos, Juan Diego, Enrique “El Extremeño”, Arcángel, Juan José Amador, Falo, Encarnita Anillo, José Luis Montón and José Antonio Galicia. 

Salazar premiered her work, ‘Desayuno sin Diamantes’ at the Festival de Jerez. She continues to tour and perform internationally.


See Ana Salazar in the Performance

Coming soon

Premiering at Festival Flamenco Alburquerque 37!