Sara Baras

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José Manuel Calderón talks to Sara Baras

The dancer and choreographer Sara Baras immersed herself in the entertainment industry from the age of 8 in her hometown, Cadiz, precisely in the dance school of her mother, Concha Baras, who introduced her to what became her great hobby and reason for effort: flamenco. Her dedication led her to join Manuel Morao's company when she was only 14 years old. Her talent and ambition, mixed with her great creative intuition, created a perfect cocktail that led her to share the stage with some of the biggest stars in the world, such as Paco de Lucia, Raphael, and many others.


Today, she receives love and appreciation from countless places around the world. The artist has sold out the biggest theaters in the world's major cities, such as the Sadler 's Wells Theater in London or the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. In addition, she was the artist who performed the most times at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, performing more than 200 shows. She has won important awards such as the National Flamenco Award in 2012, the Kennedy Fine Arts Gold Medal that same year, or the Olivier Award for her choreography and performance in her show "Sombras" in 2019 and countless further recognitions. 


Throughout the conversation with former NBA player, José Manuel Calderón, the artist allows us to understand and immerse ourselves in his exciting experience that invites us to reflect on the value of team, talent, effort and responsibility.


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