Enrique Rojo - Clases de Flamenco y Sevillanas en Barcelona, Escuela José de la Vega


Co-director and flamenco teacher

Born in Melilla (Malaga) to a Castilian father and a Murcian mother. Raised in a military environment, as his father was a military man. During his childhood, he was transferred to different parts of Spain. Barcelona being the city where they will definitively establish their residence.

Educated at the Salesian School of Horta (Barcelona), after finishing his high school studies, he joined the Banco Comercial Transatlántico in Barcelona as an employee.

More about Enrique Rojo

In his adolescence, seduced by the dancers Rafael de Córdova and Antonio Gades. his interest in flamenco is awakened.

In 1980 he entered the José de la Vega Flamenco Dance School and after an accelerated preparation he made his debut with the show “Flamenco y Danzas Epañolas” by José de la Vega in ¡ira por Italia! Since then, his association with the School has allowed him to learn from the wisdom of professors such as Manolo Marin. Antonio Canales. El Toleo. El Bartolo, Teo Barea. Toni Moñiz. Merche Esmeralda. Mariquilla. La Tati and Ana de Utrera.

After leaving the stage and being awarded with the “Sistema de Enseñanza de Baile Flamenco José de la Vega” he specializes in Sevillanas. Professor Enrique Rojo is a reference in this discipline.

Since 1998, he has been assistant director of the José de la Vega School.