Sara is well known in Washington D.C. for her beautiful classical style and flamboyant interpretations of flamenco. Ms. Jerez-Marlow began her flamenco career after many years of ballet, subsequently traveled to Spain, and studied with Carmen Cortez, Carmela Greco, La Tati and Maria Magdelena. She has continued her flamenco studies closer to home by participating and multiple dance workshops every year in Metro DC area with such renowned artists as Manuel Liñan, Domingo Ortega, La Truco, Pepa Molina, Maria Juncal and Mercedes Ruiz to name a few. Sara has worked and studied with the Ana Martinez Flamenco Dance Company, and with Arte Flamenco since 1997, and has appeared at all the local Washington DC flamenco venues for the last 20 years. She has also played roles in Edwin Aparicio's sold-out performances of "Bailes Inéditos" and "Encuentros" in Washington, DC and Chicago. Most recently she performed with the Edwin Aparicio Dance Company in "Intimo" in Jan. 2015 at The Teatro Nacional Ruben Dario in Managua, Nicaragua. Ms. Jerez-Marlow has worked under the direction of such world class choreographers as Goyo Montero, Sara Erde, Emil Wesolowski, and under the artistic direction of Placido Domingo in 14 Washington National Opera productions at the Kennedy Center since 1998. Ms. Jerez-Marlow recently performed at the Kennedy Center with the Washington National Opera production of “Carmen” in September of 2015. As a natural and enthusiastic teach, Sara has also worked closely with the Washington Performing Arts Society to enrich the lives of elementary and high school students by presenting this beautiful and passionate art form in educational performances. Ms. Jerez has also worked with many Colleges and Universities through their language, music and dance departments to present workshops and showcases sharing the cultural origins, dance techniques and musical nuances of this complicated dance and music form. Ms. Jerez-Marlow can be seen performing weekly in the Metropolitan Washington area at such restaurants as La Tasca and Vinoteca.
Sara is also currently a working actor and model in DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Richmond. She can be seen in commercials in the Baltimore, Washington and LA areas as well as TeleMundo and UniVision for such clients as Circuit City, Baltimore Gas and Electric, The Mortgage Store, Sona Laser, Comcast Cable, Passport Nissan, and Koontz Toyota. Sara has also be seen in roles on "FBI Files" and "Accident Investigators" on the Discovery Channels, ABC's “All My Children”, Fox's “Americas Most Wanted”, "Revenge of the Harem" on the National Geographics Channel and as the host of "Apartment Connection" on Fox 45 in Baltimore. She has also worked on numerous industrial films for clients such as the American Red Cross, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Comcast Cable, Precision Tune, Booze Allen Hamilton, US Border Patrol, Transportation Security Administration, IRS, FBI and others. In the spring and summer of 2007 she was featured in the new movie, "For One More Day" with Michael Imperioli, Ellen Burstyn and Samantha Mathis and had a speaking role opposite David Margulies in the movie, "Noise", starring Tim Robbins. Sara finished hosting and narrating her fifth Spanish language DVD, produced by Whistlefritz currently being sold on Sara also recently co-starred in an FBI movie, "The Company Man" as Special Agent Sharon Martinez.