Adèle Brugidou

“ Flamenco is the link between my deepest emotions and their raw expression. I feel alive because of this intense art form. “

Originally from France, Adèle trained in ballet and contemporary dance for more than 15 years before discovering flamenco in 2010 while studying management at the Madrid Autonomous University.

In 2015 she moved to Seville to devote herself entirely to flamenco dance. There she trained intensively with renowned maestros (Alicia Marquez and Ramon Martinez among others).

In 2017 she moved to Jerez de la Frontera, the birthplace of flamenco singing, and perfected her refined and authentic style with experienced dancers and professors such as Miguel Angel Heredia and Beatriz Morales. 

Newly based in Seville, Adèle co-runs a flamenco cultural centre which drives to promote aspiring international flamenco artists to perform alongside professionals. She performs and teaches regularly in France and Spain and continues to tour across Europe (Poland, etc).