About Me

“Music and singing was for a long long time my precious treasure, which I loved and enjoyed privately.  

For good or for bad, I am not that kind of artist that started as a kid and grew up being an artist. 

I am daughter of the flamenco singer Chiriva del Valle, and I grew up listening, seeing and following flamenco LIVE in silent and practicing on my own.

Since the moment I sang for the very first time flamenco on the stage I knew: that is where I want to stay and that is what I was born for.

My only wish when singing: touching your heart with my voice."

Born on July 8, 1975, in Jerez de la Frontera, Mónica is known for her laína voice.  

Parting from Austria, she sang for the flamenco musical "Lorca" and "La Casa de Bernarda Alba" at the Odeon Theatre in Vienna by the flamenco company "La Guita", hold  concerts in several european countries and of course, in her home country Spain. 

 Some of her teachers: Ezequiel Benitez from Jerez, María José Pérez from Almería and the world wide known Chistina Heeren Flamenco Fundation in Sevilla.