Guadalupe Torres is a bailaora from Madrid. Torres entered the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza in Madrid as a young woman. Here, she gained the official title Dancer of Danza Española y Flamenco. She trained under artists such as Esther Escudero, Beatriz Martín, Ricardo Franco, Aurora Bosch, Jose Antonio Ruiz, Eva Yerbabuena, Alejandro Granados, Javier Latorre, Israel Galván, and Antonio Gades among others.
In 2002, she moved to Sevilla to begin her professional career with the Compañía Andaluza de Danza under the direction of José Antonio and Cristina Hoyos. She also worked with other companies, including those of María Pagés and Rubén Olmo. Torres has been invited to work with notable artists such as cantaor Miguel Poveda, the guitarist Pepe Habichuela and bailaor El Gúito.
Torres has appeared as a soloist at important flamenco festivals and collaborates in the concert Flamenco Hoy, by Carlos Saura where she shares the stage with artists such as Chano Dominguez, Rocío Molina and Pastora Galván.
In 2007, Torres won the award for Best Choreography for “A miedos, Colores,” at the Certamen de Coreografía de Danza Española y Flamenco in Madrid. In 2010, she was awarded Best Solo Chorography at this same competition for “De los Rincones” and is a finalist in the competition, Cante de las Minas de La Unión. In 2011, Torres premieres “De los Rincones” professionally. Currently, she collaborates in the concerts, “Tauro” by Manuel Liñan and “Deflamencas” by Marco Flores (winner of Best Show at the Festival de Jerez in 2012).