Strongly influenced by the music of virtuoso Paco de Lucia, Flaco studies Flamenco music autodidactically. Proof of his extraordinary talent follows in 2001 and 2004, when he reaches the final round of Spanish Flamenco guitar’s most important competition, the Concurso Nacional del Arte Flamenco de Cordoba.

Flaco grows up with classical music, jazz and traditional Roma music. The influences of these different styles are audible in his compositions, making his pieces truly unique. That uniqueness opens doors for Flaco towards the best ensembles and soloists of the present, ranging from baroque orchestra “L`Arpeggiata”, the “Timna Brauer and Elias Meiri Ensemble”, Antonio Rey, to the “Janoska Ensemble” and the most important concert halls worldwide. His concert “Hommage a Paco de Lucia” is broadcasted live on French national radio “Radio Culture France” and TV station “TV2 France”.

April 2019 CD release
Concierto de Aranjuez with Orquestra “Der Ton der Jugend”, Conductor Ronen Nissan

Some of the key moments for Flaco’s career so far were: Opernfestspiele St.Margarethen (AT),
Schubertiade Hohenems (AT), Felicija Blumental Festival Tel Aviv (IL), Gems Guitar Festival Netanya (IL) Azorenfestival (PT), Chichester Festival (UK), Cheltenham Festival (UK), Flamenco Festival Sanlucar de Barrameda (ES), Flamenco Festival Wien (AT), Salle Gaveau Paris (FR), Teatro Alterosa Belo Horizonte (BR), Bogota (CO), opening for Jorge Pardo Trio, Gipsy Kings,…

El Flaco shared the stage with: Janoska Ensemble, Antonio Rey, Rodrigo Parejo, Peter Luha,Pol Vaquero, Antonio Sanchez, Saul Quiros, Lucia Ruibal, Fahem, Luis Gallo, Juan Murube, Alicia Marquez, Sandra La Chispa, Ramon Martinez, Ensemble L’Arpeggiata, and many more.