Loli Sabariego, el arte de poner a sus pies escenarios de todo el mundo

De pequeña lo tuvo claro y le dijo a su madre que quería bailar. Loli Sabariego empezó su formación en su Córdoba natal, y con 16 años se marchó a Madrid. Ha trabajado como bailarina en Canadá, Japón y Argentina. Ha participado con el Nuevo Ballet Español y en diversas compañías como la de Aída Gómez, María Pagés y Antonio Gades. Su último papel, como bailarina principal en el espectáculo ‘¡Oh Cuba!‘, en los jardines del Generalife en la Alhambra de Granada.

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