Thais Hernández was born in Sant Boi del Llobregat and grew up in Castelldefels, where she currently lives. At the age of 20 she began her musical career and after spending a few years in a Rociero choir, she decided to take up flamenco and singing, taking vocal and lyrical technique classes at music schools and taking private lessons with prestigious teachers in Barcelona.
At 22, she began her career as a backing singer, recording flamenco and Catalan rumba with great artists in the field. Then she began to work as a singer after many hours of study and dedication to flamenco, especially singing for dance, where she is always surrounded by good artists.
Shortly after, she began to work in tablaos and important flamenco venues in Barcelona such as: Palacio del Flamenco, Tarantos club, Liceo de Barcelona, Palau de la Música, Tablao Cordobés, Palau D’almases, Teatro Principal Tablao Ramblas, City hall among others… surrounded by great artists and in addition to all this, she expanded her work to outside the peninsula in France, to Portugal, South Korea, New Zealand and New Delhi, after which she began to channel her career as a flamenco singer in Barcelona.
She had the opportunity to participate in many recordings as a chorus singer and collaborator in a great variety of projects such as Fado violado, flamenco fado project, records of Catalan rumba artists like sabor de Gracia, el Sebas de la Calle, d’kantaka, among others…
Little by little, her artistic career began to take off and she began to collaborate in different projects as a singer, such as the documentary film by Carlos Bosh “Petitet” where she sang the song “Pensant en tu” with the musical arrangement by José Aladid with the participation of great artists such as Lucrecia, Pedro el Granaino, Joan Albert Amargós…
She worked with great artists known worldwide like Juan Magan in the Palau San Jordi in the 40 Music Awards in 2016, with the theme ¨Yo quiero que sepas¨, as a chorus singer.
She is currently working at the Palau de la Música Catalana in the show Opera y Flamenco directed by Chicuelo, several times a week and also in the show Guitarra y Flamenco Teatro Poliorama, where she accompanies her higher music studies at the Taller de Músics de Barcelona. She combines her artistic career with teaching, working as a teacher of singing and rhythm at the Institut Flamenco de Barcelona.
She has worked with important musicians and flamenco dancers as Juan de Juan, David Romero, Ángel Reyes, Juan Jose Villar, Pol Vaquero, Jose Manuel Alvarez, José Maldonado, Susana Escoda, Paco Hidalgo, Mariana González, Mónica Fernández, Antonio el Toleo, Inés Rubio… and musicians like Jordi Bonell, Javi Martín, Antonio “ñoño”, Juan Gómez “Chicuelo”, Juan Ramón Caro, Kitflus… So far, this is part of her small career as a singer, her challenge is to continue learning and above all, to find herself as an artist in the music, which has enriched her soul and is part of her life.
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