One of today’s most important flamenco musicians returns to the concert hall in Barcelona to record the DVD of his latest album “Two Parts of Me”, accompanied by names such as Makarines, Thomas Potiron and Manolo Nieto.
He is currently one of the most important names of the Spanish flamenco scene and one of the most admired guitarists in the world. For this reason, it is always a pleasure joining his musical virtuosity. It’s a must-go.
Because, if you visit Rome, you have to see the Pope. If you go to Paris, you ought to testify the beauty of the Louvre’s paintings. And Spain is not different: the art of names such as Antonio Rey is its Mona Lisa. Of course, there are many things to do in the country, but watch the artistry of this flamenco virtuoso is undoubtedly unique. Born in Madrid and raised in the city of Jerez, luckily it is becoming easier to see him in Barcelona.
At the festival Maestros de la Guitarra, Antonio Rey returns this September 7th for his fifth concert, which, this time, as he promises, will be even more special. The reason is that he will perform in the Palau de la Música Catalana together with names such as Makarines, Thomas Potiron and Manolo Nieto, among others, to record the DVD of his latest album, the excellent “Two Parts of Me”.
The tickets are already on sale on the website of the venue and it is worth buying them in advance to get the best seats and enjoy all the magic of a very special night for the flamenco music.