PEDRO RICARDO MIÑO

 

A tribute to Alan Kozlowski

Introduction by Jackson Browne

Run time: 50 mins

Sponsored in part by Jackson Browne

PEDRO RICARDO MIÑO

 

A tribute to
Alan Kozlowski

Introduction by
Jackson Browne

Run time: 50 mins

 

Sponsored in part
by Jackson Browne

Program 2 | Sun April 24 | 12 PM PST

PROGRAM                                                

Introduction by Jackson Browne
Pedro Ricardo Miño Talks
On the Path (Seguirilla)
Cava de los Gitanos (Soleá)
Alegría pa ti! (Alegría)

ARTISTS

Pedro Ricardo Miño                 Piano
Manuel Valencia                       Compas/palmas
Manuel de Cantarote               Compas/palmas
Paco Vega                                   Cajón

PROGRAM 

Intro by Jackson Browne
Pedro Ricardo Miño Talks
On the Path (Seguirilla)
Cava de los Gitanos (Soleá)
Alegría pa ti! (Alegría)

ARTISTS

Pedro Ricardo Miño
Piano

Manuel Valencia
Compas/palmas

Manuel de Cantarote
Compas/palmas

Paco Vega
Cajón

FILMED AND EDITED BY

Felix Vazquez
BuenaSombra Films, Spain

Filmed at Mr. Miño’s home studio in Triana, Spain (2021)

 

 

 

TRANSLATOR / CONSULTANT

Estela Zatania, Spain

 

PHOTOS BY

Marta Vila Aguila
Joss Rodriguez
Maria Chaves

FILMED AND EDITED BY

Felix Vazquez
BuenaSombra Films, Spain

Filmed at Mr. Miño’s home studio in Triana, Spain (2021)

TRANSLATOR / CONSULTANT

Estela Zatania, Spain

 

PHOTOS BY

Marta Vila Aguila
Joss Rodriguez
Maria Chaves

PEDRO RICARDO MIÑO

While Pedro Ricardo Miño’s music is rooted in the rich tradition of flamenco, it expands outward to encompass an exuberant global sound developed through years of musical exploration.

The son of famous flamenco artists, dancer Pepa Montes and guitarist Ricardo Miño, Miño was immersed in the sounds of flamenco music as a child. Born in the Triana neighborhood of Seville – known as the “Cava de los Gitanos” – Miño began his studies at Seville’s Elementary and Superior Conservatories of Music, where he started performing in many premier musical events. 

Since his first appearances in the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla (flamenco festival), Miño has performed in national and international theaters, accompanying top stars of flamenco cantaores such as Enrique Morente, Manuel Molina, El Pele, Arcángel, Pansequito, Pepe de Lucía, Lole Montoya, Luisa Ortega, Fernando Terremoto, and Estrella Morente. 

Some of the works he has presented at the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla over many years include “Mass Flamenco,” “Piano con Duende,” “Enclave,” and “Universo Jondo.”

In 1999, he made his debut in the United States with a series of concerts, which was followed by collaborations with prestigious musicians such as Ravi Shankar, Jackson Browne, and others who were profoundly inspired by his interpretation of flamenco music.

Pedro Ricardo Miño was nominated for a Grammy for his collaboration with Anoushka Shankar for best interpreter and composer in the category of World Music, and his collaboration in the album “Flamenco Chill Out,” produced by Sony Music, also went platinum. 

The Flamenco Arts Festival President and Founder, Vibiana, had the opportunity to first meet Miño in 2000 when Miño briefly resided in Santa Barbara.  Vibiana was immediately impressed, and it was clear to see then that Miño would become one of the most accomplished flamenco pianists today.  

Performing at his home studio with the accompaniment of three accomplished artists, the Flamenco Arts Festival is excited to bring the exquisite sounds of Pedro Ricardo Miño to the virtual stage. 

Who is Alan Kozlowski?  Read an article in the Montecito Journal (pages 36-66). 

Programs, artists, dates, and prices subject to change.

PEDRO RICARDO MIÑO

While Pedro Ricardo Miño’s music is rooted in the rich tradition of flamenco, it expands outward to encompass an exuberant global sound developed through years of musical exploration.

The son of famous flamenco artists, dancer Pepa Montes and guitarist Ricardo Miño, Miño was immersed in the sounds of flamenco music as a child. Born in the Triana neighborhood of Seville – known as the “Cava de los Gitanos” – Miño began his studies at Seville’s Elementary and Superior Conservatories of Music, where he started performing in many premier musical events.

Since his first appearances in the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla (flamenco festival), Miño has performed in national and international theaters, accompanying top stars of flamenco cantaores such as Enrique Morente, Manuel Molina, El Pele, Arcángel, Pansequito, Pepe de Lucía, Lole Montoya, Luisa Ortega, Fernando Terremoto, and Estrella Morente. 

Some of the works he has presented at the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla over many years include “Mass Flamenco,” “Piano con Duende,” “Enclave,” and “Universo Jondo.”

In 1999, he made his debut in the United States with a series of concerts, which was followed by collaborations with prestigious musicians such as Ravi Shankar, Jackson Browne, and others who were profoundly inspired by his interpretation of flamenco music.

Pedro Ricardo Miño was nominated for a Grammy for his collaboration with Anoushka Shankar for best interpreter and composer in the category of World Music, and his collaboration in the album “Flamenco Chill Out,” produced by Sony Music, also went platinum.

The Flamenco Arts Festival President and Founder, Vibiana, had the opportunity to first meet Miño in 2000 when Miño briefly resided in Santa Barbara.  Vibiana was immediately impressed, and it was clear to see then that Miño would become one of the most accomplished flamenco pianists today.

Performing at his home studio with the accompaniment of three accomplished artists, the Flamenco Arts Festival is excited to bring the exquisite sounds of Pedro Ricardo Miño to the virtual stage.

Who is Alan Kozlowski? 
Read an article in the Montecito Journal (pages 36-66). 

Programs, artists, dates, and prices subject to change.

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