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FLAMENCO WORLD. 23/1/2007. Silvia Calado.
“... There wasn’t enough room to swing a cat at the Odeon. No enthusiast for miles around would have wished to miss what was being revealed in Nîmes. La Moneta exceedingly fulfilled the noisy audience’s expectations…”

GRANADA HOY. 4/5/2007. Jorge Fernández Bustos.
“... Following thorough research, after endless hours of rehearsals, that precious jewel, La Moneta, acquiring the shape that will set her ultimate value, is polishing herself slowly but holding on to her intuition. Creative spontaneity, flamenco beats leading her… The outcome is a profound dancing performance in which the dancer lets herself go, but appears more introspective than she’s ever done before…”

JONDO WEB. 12/5/07. Ángel Lacalle.
“... Her background is marked with the Granada styles, acquainted with the fiesta, dazzling people of all ages with its mysteries…”

EL PAÍS. 12/5/2007. Ángel Álvarez Caballero.
“... She danced like an angel. Her seguiriyas reached one’s soul. Strength, confidence! She is petite, but on stage her presence is overwhelming. When dancing seguiriyas, one feels like burning inside. She kept a restless rhythm, reaching a stage of ecstasy rarely seen on stage. It seems impossible that such an apparently fragile person can maintain a state of tension so evenly within a frame of steps, turns and poses. La Moneta makes it possible and so natural; the audience, bewildered, enjoyed a night in heaven.”

GRANADA HOY. 17/8/2007. Jorge Fernández Bustos.
“... A farruca dancing style –well known to its connoisseurs– refined to perfection by La Moneta…”
“… It is a mature dancing style, calm, full of rests and complicity. Parallel to the times. A style that goes hand in hand with the vanguard…”

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