She has studied with teachers such as Manolo Marín, José Galván, Farruco and La Toná. She debuted very young in the tablao La Trocha, until she debuted at the Theatre Lope de Vega with “Los Farruco”. She was part of the Fernández family tours and has performed at international festivals and theaters.
In Japan she danced as a soloist under the direction of Yoko Komatsubara with Joaquín Cortes. At the 1992 Seville Biennial, she was highlighted as an up and coming artist of Triana’s dance. In 1993 she joined the Cristina Hoyos Company. She also received the second prize in the La Unión Festival Contest.