Blanca del Rey, born in Cordova, was a precocious flamenco dancer. When she was only 6 years old, she began to show that art ran through her veins. That was the beginning of a career that would take her all over the world. At 14, she debuted in a flamenco show in Madrid and achieved to set foot on the flamenco world. She consolidated her career in El Corral de la Morería, one of the temples of flamenco. Connoisseurs considered her to be the best dancer in 1984. Throughout her career, Blanca del Rey has received several awards; however, The Gold Medal of Merit in the Fine Arts is one of the most important for her. Her hometown, Cordova, has always been her inspiration. Currently, she doesn’t dance anymore, but she works as a choreographer.