Pedro Sánchez – Flamenco Guitarist
His father, Naranjito de Triana, one of the most prestigious flamenco singers, convinced Pedro to study the guitar and passed on to his son his vast knowledge of flamenco. He made his stage debut at the Teatro de la Maestranza, in Seville, in 1996 during an evening, which the ninth Bienal de Flamenco dedicated to his father.
His maestros were great guitarists such as Manolo Franco and Rafael Riqueni. He has accompanied important singers and dancers such as José el de La Tomasa, Pastora Galván, Jeromo Segura, Rocío Bazán, Virginia Gámez, Luisa Palicio or Antonio Molina ‘El Choro’ in many Andalusian and international festivals and he has been a finalist of the National Contest of Flamenco in Cordoba (2004).
Since 1999, he is Flamenco Guitar Technique and Singing Accompaniment professor in the Fundación Cristina Heeren. He combines an impeccable technique with an exquisite musical intuition, which allows him to enrich classical flamenco music with the new harmonies and melodies.