Flamenco master will mix it up in TA

Internationally praised guitarist/songwriter Diego Guerrero can do it all.

August 8, 2010 20:49
SOME SUMMER SPICE: Flamenco guitarist/songwriter Diego Guerrero is bound to heat up Tel Aviv next mo

Guererro 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

Whether it’s cante jondo, bolero, copla, Argentinean tango or Afro-Cuban music, internationally praised flamenco guitarist/songwriter Diego Guerrero can do it all.

As a teenager, Guerrero was taken in by the Gypsy minority where he grew up in Andalusia.
By day he studied composition, orchestral and jazz arrangement, and by night he became “Flamenco” – he’s considered to be one of only a few people capable of orchestrating the collaboration of entirely oral traditions, such as flamenco and rumba Cubana, with contemporary jazz, pop and classical music. Performing with his quintet at Reading 3 in Tel Aviv on September 9, Guerrero is likely to get the whole Tel Aviv promenade dancing.

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