Eva La Bibri
Eva La Lebri was born in Lebrija, in 1978. She started with cultural exchanges with various peñas flamencas (peña is a place where musicians gather and perform), representing the Peña Flamenca Pepe Ranger de Lebrija. Notable performances in these early years include the recital performed at "El cantar de la Mujer” organized by the Ministry of Culture of the Junta de Andalucía in the Centro Andaluz de Flamenco (CAF) in Jerez de la Frontera, in July 2002.
In 2004 she began her studies at the Cristina Heeren Flamenco Foundation de Arte Flamenco in Seville and studied for several years with teachers José de la Tomasa, Paco Taranto y Esperanza Fernández. In 2007, at the Corral del Carbon of Granada, she performed with María José León y Pepe León “El Ecijano”. In 2008, she performed at “VI Festival Flamenco de Gorbio, Francia”. In 2009 and 2011, she was a semi-finalist in several styles el Concurso Internacional del Cante de las Minas de la Unión. Participate sin La Caraco lá Lebrijana in 2009, 2011 and 2012 sharing with artists such as La Macanita, José Mercé, José Valencia, Farruquito and more. Eva La Lebri has been a professor of cante flamenco since 2006 in the Centro de Arte y Flamenco de Sevilla where singer Esperanza Fernández directs. She has been a major singer in tablaos in Seville such as el Museo del Baile Flamenco de Cristina Hoyos and el Auditorio Álvarez Quintero. Currently it is essential in the tablaos in Madrid, Spain: Villa Rosa, Casa Patas, Las Carboneras... Throughout her career she has worked with a multitude of dancers, forming part of the companies of Lucía Álvarez “La Piñona”, Jesús Carmona, Antonio Márquez, Varuma Teatro, and José Porce lyunlargoetcétera. She recently returned from an American tour organised annually by the Casa Patas Foundation.