Entreflamenco Company was founded by Antonio Granjero in 1998. Based originally in Madrid, Spain, and under other working titles and name, the company traveled throughout the Iberian peninsula being presented in places such as the Palau de la Musica de Barcelona, Festival de Verano de la Communidad de Madrid and Ciclos Culturales de Alcala de Henares (Madrid). Later, the company has traveled throughout the United States and Central America performing in Houston Hobby Center (Houston, TX), Charline McCombs Empire Theatre (San Antonio, TX), Festival Flamenco de Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, CA) and Teatro National de Panama (Panama City, Panama).
The company debuted FLAMENCO PARA 4 ESTACIONES in the Sterling Houston Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. This production was recognized by the San Antonio Express News as the “The best of Dance of 2009.”
This production also was presented in association with the Pan American Dance Institute and New Mexico State University Dance Program at the Rio Grande Theatre in Las Cruces, New Mexico.Director Granjero was awarded a Choreography grant by the Artist Foundation of San Antonio for his excellence and for 2011 DEL SUR production. DEL SUR premiered in the Entreflamenco Dance Space in April 2011 in San Antonio with following performances throughout Texas and New Mexico.
This production also received support from the Consulate General of Spain in Houston, Texas.
Later during the same year Granjero’s first Santa Fe production season was presented by the Institute of Spanish Arts and The Lodge at Santa Fe with the show FLAMENC@s.
In 2012, Entreflamenco was recognized for the second year consecutively by the Artist Foundation of San Antonio with a Choreography grant for the production AIRE. This award winning production sold out performances in San Antonio, Houston, Atlanta and New Orleans. Granjero and Entreflamenco were presented in a second fall season of shows by the Institute of Spanish Arts and The Lodge at Santa Fe with the mentioned show.
The mission of Entreflamenco Company is to promote, share and educate the public about the history and evolution of flamenco culture through music and dance performance.