Olga Pericet (1975 - ) studied Flamenco and classical Spanish dance under the best teachers, including Matilde Coral, Manolo Marín, Cristóbal Reyes & La Toná, among others. She started her career dancing in the famous Tablaos of Madrid and Japan, but it was in 1998 that she got her break becoming lead dancer in Rafael Amargo's company. She would spend the next 6 years performing in both this and Rafaela Carrasco's company, and as guest artist for a number of major names.
In 2004 she won first prize for choreography at the Certamen de Danza Española y Flamenco de Madrid. She has since collaborated with artists such as Manuel Liñan, Marco Flores and Belén Maya and was honoured with a number of awards including the Premio Villa de Madrid, the Premio Nacional de Flamenco Pilar Lápez & the Premio Max for choreography.
In 2011 she displayed her maturity as both dancer and choreographer, debuting her first solo piece,
Rosa Metal Ceniza which was a popular and critical success. She continues to create and tour worldwide and her innovative style is well respected throughout the Flamenco community.