At the core of Noemí's practice is her relationship to flamenco and a fascination with the infinite choreographic potential it has in its traditional form as well as in contemporary and experimental forms. She experiences the art form as a gateway for individual expression that offers freedom in style and personality. Noemí trained in Seville for 6 years with her mentor Yolanda Heredia who encouraged her to develop her own aesthetic and rhythmical voice. She also specialized in bata de cola (train dress) techniques, later collaborating with Yolanda on her Bata de Cola masterclasses in Seville. Noemí has performed in many traditional contexts and venues, among them Tablao Arenal, Casa de la Guitarra & Peña Niño de la Alfalfa in Seville, Peña la Perla de Cadiz (Cadiz) and Café Zyriab (Madrid) and on CanalSurTV as well as with a plethora of artists, including singers such as Emilio Florido, Javi Rivera & El Tremendo Hijo.
Images by Keiran Jay Johnson