A few years ago, "flamenco began to be universally recognised but this should have happened before, in the very beginning", according to Matilde Coral, but maybe, the fact that this gratitude does not exist until now, "made this profession grow". For the dancer, flamenco is life, her life, and " I suffered a lot about this lack of gratitude".
On the other hand, Coral points up the important part of some new flamenco figures, such as Pastora Glaván, impressive dancer, one of the best modern flamenco dancer, Pepa Montes or "El Pipa". But the dancer also remembers the old ones like Pastora Imperio, Trini España, the queen of the baroque dance, according to her.
The greatest Sevillana discovered the flamenco world at 15 years old, by necessity. She is today the dean of the Flamenco Dance School of Sevilla. She loves this status but she knows that it is because of her age, she admitted laughing. Now the dancer is living a quite life in Triana, and is becoming concerned hearing the guitar of Celia Morales, she remembers about the guitar players she had to accompanied along her career.