Curro de Candela is the last and youngest representative of the dynasty of artists that José Greco initiated, the first great international star of Spanish dance, to which Lola Greco (National Dance Prize) also belongs, uncle and prima respectively of his father, who was also a dancer.

Curro de Candela already knew what it was like to climb onto a stage before he was born, he experienced it being in the womb of his mother Candela, renowned and prestigious flamenco artist with five discs on the market, some of them belonging to the Cervantes Library of new York. His training and qualities have allowed him to master different disciplines within dance: classical, contemporary, Afro-Cuban, Spanish and flamenco.

In 2012 he worked as a producer, artistic director and figure of the production Impacto 2012 (New Wine Miami), which brought together 25 of the best artists of the current flamenco scene. She has also been a guest star on international programs such as Mira quien Baila (US), Nuestra Belleza Latina (Univisión) or the Latin Grammy Awards.

Currently, he is immersed in his new production whose objective is to break the barriers between contemporary dance, Afro-Cuban and flamenco, surrounded by some of the best artists and creators, carefully chosen for this new artistic concept.