Born in Australia to a Mauritian mother and Iranian father, after more than 18 years as a professional percussionist and 11 years residing in Madrid, Nasrine Rahmani has become the main reference for female flamenco percussionists and is recognized for her delicate and tasteful accompaniment and surprising strength as a soloist.
Upon completing a Music Performance degree at the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, she began her travels to Cuba amongst other destinations to continue her studies privately. Working in Australia as a percussionist in varying styles, she meets some local Flamenco musicians and begins to investigate the genre, travelling to Spain and eventually choosing to relocate to Madrid and dedicate herself to Flamenco percussion. She has accompanied top artists such as Montse Cortes and Jorge Pardo and is the main percussionist for Diego Guerrero and Antonia Jimenez. She is also one of the main endorsers La Rosa Percussion, one of the world´s top manufacturers of Flamenco cajons.