Based in Seville, where Flamenco was born


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Dani de Morón

He began accompanying dance maestros as Manuela Carrasco, Javier Baron or Joaquin el Grilo and singers such as Jose Merce or Arcangel. However, his ultimate accolade was being asked by the maestro Paco de Lucía to accompany him as second guitarist on the tour of the album “Good Little Things”, an experience that would open a new dimension and catapult to the forefront of the flamenco guitar.

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Antonio Andrade Guitar Duo

Antonio Andrade guitar duo ensures an intimate Flamenco concert, and just by adding a couple of timbres, such as a singer and a dancer, it can encompass all the essence and richness of Flamenco. Therefore, this format has lots of musical and visual possibilities for all kinds of theatre sizes. Watch and enjoy!

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Manuel de la Luz

The opening night of his new show at the 18th edition of the Flamenco Biennial of Sevilla 2014 established Manuel as one of the best flamenco guitarists of the world along with Tomatito, Dani de Morón and Miguel Angel Cortes. This original production recreates the abundant knowledge of the author and the influence of great figures throughout his trajectory…