Úrsula López, Tamara López, Leonor Leal
Leonor Leal Chamorro was born in Jerez de la Frontera. She studied classical and Spanish dance but soon she begins to also study flamenco. She begins soon after to work with some of the greatest flamenco companies, such as Antonio “El Pipa”, Andrés Marín, Javier Barón or Cristina Hoyos. Later, she starts collaborating in projects with artists such as Joaquín Grilo, Antonio Canales, Rafael Campallo, Alejandro Granados, Mie Matsumura, Dorantes, Rosa Torres Pardo, Camerata Flamenco Proyect, Jose Antonio Ruiz or Rafael Bonavita.
Tamara López was born in Montilla, Córdoba in 1978. She began her dance studies at age six in various disciplines such as flamenco, classical ballet, contemporary and Spanish dance, obtaining honor enrollment by the Royal Academy of Dance.
Ursula López was born in Montilla (Córdoba). She began her academic formation at a very young age, graduating both in classical Spanish dance and ballet and soon traveled to Seville to pursue her studies in the discipline of flamenco with great masters such as Manolete and Manolo Marín, being the latter one who initiated her in her professional career in the opera Carmen under the direction of Carlos Saura. In 1996 she became a member of the Compañía Andaluza de Danza, where she remained during eight years.