Blanca Cortés

Blanca Cortés

Dance Professor


Born in Madrid, where she completes her dance studies in Real Conservatorio Superior de Danza.

Awarded a scholarship by Ministry of Culture of Poland, she traines two years in SzkolaBalletowa in Warsaw, taking part with small roles in some ballets of the Wielki Theater Company, and  combinig them with her studies in Conservatorio de Madrid.

She increases her training in Arts Educational School in London where she wins, in 1993, the Markowa Award and graduates same year.

As a professional dancer, she has taking part of various companies like Ballet de Euskadi, Ballet de Mediterráneo (under the direction of Fernando Bujones) and Ballet de Zaragoza (under the direction of Aratxa Argüelles and Harold King), working with prestigious choreographers.

In 2005, she completes the Royal Academy of Dance Teaching Certificate, becoming Registered Teacher, and tutoring and mentoring new RAD teachers.

At present, she is the Artistic Director of Vocacional École de Danse et Musique in Madrid.