Rocío Molina (1983 - ) took her first steps in dance at age 3, was inventing her own choreographies at age 7 and graduated with honours from the Real Conservatorio de Danza de Madrid at age 17. Her vertiginous ascent in the world of dance doesn't stop there - she debuted her first solo creation,
Entre Paredes at age 21 and followed it with numerous original works, all exploring the tradition of Flamenco with curiosity and the rebellious streak that so influences her work.
Despite her unorthodox style she is greatly sought after among the leading Flamenco artists of today and has collaborated widely with stars including Israel Galván, Miguel Poveda, Manuel Liñan, Manuela Carrasco & Antonio Canales. She has also been honoured with some of the most prestigious awards in Flamenco including, but not limited to, the Medalla de Oro de Málaga, the Premio Nacional de la Danza, the Premio de la Crítica (Cátedra de Flamencología de Jerez) and the Giraldillo for Best Choreography.