New York Gipsy Kings Tribute Band 1
From Cuban and Spanish decent, the singer of this New York Gipsy Kings Tribute Band is a self-taught singer who has established himself in the United States as one of the country's top flamenco singers. He began singing and playing professionally at the age of 20. His worldwide performances include a variety of musical venues and theaters in places such as Mexico, Paris, India, Russia, Puerto Rico and Israel. His talent has led him to perform with great artists such as Pilar Rioja (The Queen of Spanish Dance), Middle Eastern pop fusion group - Alabina, Omayra Amaya, Nelida Tirado and Carlota Santana Flamenco Vivo as well as television spots and commercial compositions.
New York Gipsy Kings Tribute Band guitarist
Carlos, the guitarist of this New York Gipsy Kings Tribute Band is one of the most sought-after flamenco artists in New York City, performing regularly with some of flamenco's top dancers and singers at such venues as the Carnegie Hall, Guggenheim Museum, Lincoln Center Summer Stage, Caramoor Festival, New York Fashion Week, New York City Center and NJ Performing Arts Center.
He has performed with many dance companies including Flamenco Vivo, Sol y Sombra, Danzas Españolas, Fiesta Flamenca and Oscar Valero Flamenco Dance Company, enjoying collaborations with consummate artists like Elena Andujar, Soledad Barrios, Jose Fernandez, Chayito Champion, Oscar Valero, Nelida Tirado and Yloy Ybarra
New York Gipsy Kings Tribute Band experience
This New York Gipsy Kings Tribute Band's guitarist, an avid advocate of expanding horizons, brings the fire of flamenco and inspiring musical stories to New York City schools, presenting concerts and workshops for children through venues such as the Midori & Friends Foundation and Lincoln Center's educational outreach programs. Always inspired by various art forms, he has appeared in many theatrical productions including Two River Theater Company’s production of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding with Noche Flamenca’s Martin Santangelo in Manesquan, New Jersey.