The auditorium of the Parque de la Constitución will be tomorrow Saturday, August 21, starting at 22.00
hours, the scene of a new appointment of the cycle ‘The Coast of Music’, with the concert of duo formed by the flamenco guitarist Daniel Casares Y flutist and saxophonist Jorge Pardo, who will be added as last minute guests singer Tony Zenet and the percussionist Miguel Ortiz Nene.
Daniel Casares, a native of Malaga, began his career at the age of 8, when he amazed with his technique and self-confidence in flamenco tablaos of all Andalusia. Today it is one of the few
flamenco musicians who can read and write music. His inspiration comes from the maestro Paco de Lucía and the singer Camarón de la Isla, although he has also studied other previous guitarists such as Ramón Montoya or Niño Ricardo, combining him with other musical references such as Michael Jackson, Sade, Sting, Mozart or Bach.
For his part, Jorge Pardo has a successful and long career that was recognized in 2013 at the Theater du Chatelet in Paris with the ‘Award for the Best European Jazz Musician‘, by the
prestigious French Academy of Jazz. In October 2015, he was also awarded the ‘National Prize for Contemporary Music’, granted by the Ministry of Culture. He has participated in different formations, has made countless collaborations and projects in which he delves into the essence of flamenco to take it beyond the confines of its current borders.