La Lupi - Dancer
About La Lupi
In 1989 he moved to Madrid where he worked for a year with the Contemporary Dance and Flamenco Company of Juan Maya Marote and Ángeles Arranz, touring throughout Spain.
In 1993 she joined the Carmen Mota Ballet, working one year in Scala Canarias and another in Scala Madrid.
In 1995 she returned to Malaga and works as a choreographer and dancer in the Rociera Room "Pepe Amaya" as well as working as a flamenco teacher at the Ateneo de Música y Danza.
Some of the teachers who have helped him throughout his career are Trinidad Santiago, Rosa Naranjo, Katty, Mª Carmen Romero, Carmela Greco, Cristóbal Reyes, Tati, Julio Príncipe, Antonio Canales, Antonio "El Pipa", Belén Maya, Javier Latorre, Rafael Amargo, Juana Amaya, Marcos Flores, Oscar de los Reyes, Andrés Peña and Pastora Galván among many others.
Prizes include the First Prize of Free Dance of the National Flamenco Competition of La Peña "La Perla de Cádiz", by Seguiriyas, and the II Prize for Alegrías of the National Contest Flamenco de Alegrías of the same entity, both in 2007.
At present she owns a flamenco company and a flamenco company Compañía Flamenca de Susana Lupiañez, of which she is director and choreographer, acting in Flamenco Festivals and Flamenco Peñas throughout Andalusia, part of Spain and outside our borders.
In 2000 he presents "Contratiempos" in 2002 "Flamenco? -Flamenco! ", In 2003 he presented" La Lupi en Flamenco ", in 2004 the show" Tablao Nerja "also performing that same year at the International Flamenco Festival in Dusseldorf (Germany).
Her latest show, Letters to Pastor is a tribute to the great bailaora Pastora Imperio and with which she is currently touring.