Dancer and choreographer Javier Barón was born in Alcalá de Guadaira, near Seville, in 1963, as a child he showed interest in Flamenco. Maestro Pepe Pinto was the first to introduce him to the art of Flamenco dance, in Seville. Javier then moved to Madrid where he started his life as a professional, joining important dance companies like that of Luisillo, Ciro, and Rafael Aguilar. As a member of the National Ballet of Spain he performed under the direction of Antonio Ruiz Soler and María de Avila, working with Manuel Morao and Manuel Soler. Then, with his own company he toured internationally with his shows 'El Pájaro Negro', 'Baile de Hierro', 'Baile de Bronce', 'Dime', 'Notas de Pie' and 'Dos Voces para un Baile', among others. In his spare time he has worked as a dedicated teacher, which is what he does at the Fundación de Arte Flamenco, where he teaches Flamenco dance technique to students of advanced and intermediate levels.

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