Paloma Fantova started dancing at her father’s side when she was four. At six years old, she made her first TV appearance. After winning a talent competition, she worked as a dancer at the Palacio de Congresos in Madrid with several artists such as Rocio Jurado and José Mercé. Antonio Canales then decided to hire her as main dancer in the play ‘Dancer and root’.
A few years later, Paloma took part in the choreography of Manuela Carrasco for their tour in Japan. They have performed in great theatres like the Plymouth Symphony Space in New York, the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, The Queen Elizabeth Hall in London or El Palau de la Música in València.
In 2011, she was leading the tribute show of Carmen Amaya that was directed by José Luis Ortiz Nuevo and hosted in the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona.
After non-stop performances, Paloma Fantova is now considered a rising star in the flamenco scene.