Miguel is a single-man orchestra with his six guitar chords and a never-ending source of inspiration!
A trustworthy musical advisor, he shares his opinion generously when he accompanies you in dance.
He makes you feel ‘super supported’ artistically with his playing, giving you strength, confidence and all that you need as he journeys with you in performances. Capturing the artist’s sensibilities on stage, he forms the trinity of dance, song and guitar, that powerfully stirs audiences.
‘King of Accompaniment’, Miguel’s roots are deeply anchored even as he grows and goes with the times, evolving his knowledge, his playing, rhythms and accompaniment. Here’s more about his distinguished career playing for the ‘who’s who’ in the flamenco world:
Miguel’s distinctive style as a guitarist and composer led him to receive the Solo Guitarist prize in Nîmes (France). In his accompaniment of, and composition for dance, his attributes as a teacher can clearly be noted, leading to engagements in schools of great importance such as the Escuela de Danza de Matilde Coral, the Academia de Flamenco Manuel Betanzos in Seville, amongst others. He has also worked in the major tablaos of Seville such as Los Gallos, El Arenal, El Patio Sevillano and El Flamenco in Tokyo.
In his professional career, he has performed in the companies of José Greco, Manolo Soler, La Toná, Rafaela Carrasco, Antonio Canales, Pastora Galván, played along Ramón Amador, David Lagos, José Valencia and José Carrasco, accompanied artists in the Jerez Festival, Festival de la Unión and Flamenco Viene del Sur. He played the Taranto for Edu Guerrero who went on to win the first prize for dance in the Concurso Festival International del Cante de la Minas.
Miguel has received rave reviews in publications such as the Jerez Jondo and Diario de Jerez as well as the Prensa de Sevilla. Those wanting to hear his music can check out his album, “Con-trastes”.
He is currently guitarist and official maestro in the Academia de Flamenco Manuel Betanzos, in Seville.