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Son de la Frontera

Sobre Son de la Frontera

Son de la Frontera's approach to flamenco is both authentic and new. Founder Raul Rodriguez, son of celebrated Spanish singer Martirio, plays flamenco chords as well as Caribbean rhythms on the Cuban tres, which sounds surprisingly organic in the flamenco context and gives Son de la Frontera a signature sound. Rodriguez is influenced by legendary guitarist Diego del Gastor and has spent considerable time in Gastor's hometown in southern Spain. Two of Gastor's descendents joined the group, which has become one of Spain's leading 21st-century flamenco ensembles

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Son de la Frontera

Son de la Frontera's approach to flamenco is both authentic and new. Founder Raul Rodriguez, son of celebrated Spanish singer Martirio, plays flamenco chords as well as Caribbean rhythms on the Cuban tres, which sounds surprisingly organic in the flamenco context and gives Son de la Frontera a signature sound. Rodriguez is influenced by legendary guitarist Diego del Gastor and has spent considerable time in Gastor's hometown in southern Spain. Two of Gastor's descendents joined the group, which has become one of Spain's leading 21st-century flamenco ensembles

Sobre Son de la Frontera

Son de la Frontera's approach to flamenco is both authentic and new. Founder Raul Rodriguez, son of celebrated Spanish singer Martirio, plays flamenco chords as well as Caribbean rhythms on the Cuban tres, which sounds surprisingly organic in the flamenco context and gives Son de la Frontera a signature sound. Rodriguez is influenced by legendary guitarist Diego del Gastor and has spent considerable time in Gastor's hometown in southern Spain. Two of Gastor's descendents joined the group, which has become one of Spain's leading 21st-century flamenco ensembles

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Sobre Son de la Frontera

Son de la Frontera's approach to flamenco is both authentic and new. Founder Raul Rodriguez, son of celebrated Spanish singer Martirio, plays flamenco chords as well as Caribbean rhythms on the Cuban tres, which sounds surprisingly organic in the flamenco context and gives Son de la Frontera a signature sound. Rodriguez is influenced by legendary guitarist Diego del Gastor and has spent considerable time in Gastor's hometown in southern Spain. Two of Gastor's descendents joined the group, which has become one of Spain's leading 21st-century flamenco ensembles

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