Before speaking, Silvia Reina was already singing. “This girl has a lot of compass”, said her father when she was a child following the bulerías of Camarón. And she has it. She is a flamenco singer. Something that can not surprise us, if we consult your family tree. Descendant of flamenco singers from the neighborhood of San Miguel, Jerez de la Frontera, and Triana (Seville). A genetic inheritance that allows this young Sevillian to interpret some bulerías with such ease.
Although he graduated in Social Workers and worked as such, a decade ago he decided to train and devote herself to flamenco in a professional manner. For her, Fernando Rodríguez, has been key in her training and artistic career. Winner and finalist of several flamenco singing competitions, Silvia combines her daily work at the Tablao El Palacio Andaluz, with her role as composer. In addition, he teaches singing at the school he runs, with his partner, in Mairena del Aljarafe.
Admire artists like Fernanda and Bernarda, La Paquera de Jerez, Marelu of Badajoz, Porrina, Camarón, El Niño de la Huerta or La Niña de los Peines. He dreams of sharing the stage with Farruquito and has had the opportunity to act with Gualberto García, who collaborated with Camarón, and sing the ‘Nana del Caballo Grande’, something that was a very important experience for her.
She has sung to the royal family of Bahrain; she has taught at an important school in Finland, which usually takes reference artists and flamenco professionals; and she has performed on stages in different countries.
Keep learning and working every day. Flamenco is everything to her and she has no words to explain what “I feel when I sing”. An artist with a clean voice and a broad and high attitude. They say she is an “elegant and wild” singer.
Deeply in love with flamenco, which he respects above all, when he goes on stage, he gives everything. She “sings and feelings.” Transmit. Silvia Reina should not be imagined, we must see her sing. You can do it in the flamenco show of El Palacio Andaluz.