Inesita rehearsing in her studio May, 2015
Inesita in her studio May. 2015

Inesita is a Spanish dance artist who has performed in all-solo concerts around the world including Madrid, London, Liverpool, Paris, New York City, Mexico City and Valletta, Malta. American tours have taken her to communities, Universities, and Colleges from coast to coast.

Born in New York City, Yorkville, she came with her parents to Los Angeles where she was drawn to the Spanish dance because of its elegance and complexity of rhythms. Further studies took her to Mexico and inevitably to Spain. In Madrid she studied under the legendary El Estampio and Regla Ortega, of the famous Ortega family and a number of other renowned teachers.

She has danced in every possible venue throughout an extensive career in concerts, films, musical theater, and cabaret where her vast range in all aspects of Spanish dance including pure flamenco has been showcased.

She danced in concert presented by the Southern California Baroque Association in connection with the Harpsichord Center in 2001 and 2005 where she was presented in all solo programs featuring her own dance pieces set to the Sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti. She is classically trained on the piano and harpsichord.

In 2009, she appeared in Flamenco Alhambra as a featured soloist with guitarist and singer. Three solo concerts were given in 2010 with guitarists and singer in Los Angeles and Alhambra.

In 2011, she was presented in a solo concert of nine dances featuring guitarists, flamenco singer and pianist in a varied program of Flamenco and theatre dances.

In 2012 she formed a company for the first time which was presented by the Alhambra Performing Arts Center in Alhambra. On this occasion she performed seven dances. It was received with great enthusiasm by a sold-out house. The Company did two more concerts in 2013 and another in 2014 for APAC.

In 2015 Flamenco Alhambra featured a new program with another distinguished cast of Flamenco artists. A recent March 2016 program was well received by an enthusiastic public.