Flamenco Guitar Maestro Classes JERONIMO MAYA CAÑO ROTO


Welcome to La Sonanta's 4th edition of the Flamenco Guitar Maestro Classes, 'Caño Roto' by Jerónimo Maya.

This is could be one of the biggest DVD Flamenco Guitar productions ever made. The book has 194 A4 pages in English and Spanish. The double layer DVD PAL all regions, Spanish spoken with English subtitles, has almost 4 hours of content. It took us over 2 years to complete this new production.

Flamenco Guitar Maestro Classes by Jeronimo Maya

In La Sonanta's 4th edition of the Flamenco Guitar Maestro Classes 'Caño Roto', Jerónimo Maya, the direct descendent of flamenco guitar legend Ramon Montoya, invites us all to learn his Canorroto flamenco guitar techniques and playing. Jeronimo guides you through his specific techniques of Rasgueados, Picado, Arpeggio, el Cantor and Legado. Jeronimo not only demonstrates these techniques separately, but also in practice, by playing 4 complete compositions, replayed slowly on a split screen with close ups of the left and right hands and a partial dynamic on-screen compas. The accompanying book provides authentic transcriptions, written by Max Herzog in close collaboration with Jeronimo in both standard music notation and tablature. The DVD includes in depth interviews with Jeronimo and his famous family, discovering the origins of his incredible talent from an early age, the importance of his family, his roots and philosophy of music. The DVD also includes performances with his family and studio artists. In the summer of 2013 Jerónimo Maya will also release his new flamenco CD 'Como Soy' published by La Sonanta and produced by José Luis Garrido of the legendary flamenco studios Musitron.

Jeronimo Maya performs in Japan, Canada, Holland,Jeronimo MayaItaly, France, Jordan... giving outstanding concerts at Madrid venues such as María Guerrero and the Monumental, as well as at the Gran Teatro in Córdoba. He accompanied cantaores such as Diego el Cigala, Chano Lobato, Esperanza Fernández, Estrella Morente, José de la Tomasa and, more regularly, his uncle El Yunque, Ginesa Ortega and Paco del Pozo. In May 1999 he was awarded the Copa Teatro Pavón for young artists at Madrid's Círculo de Bellas Artes. In 2001 he offered a guitar concert at the IX Festival de Flamenco Caja Madrid. He took part in the show 'De mis soledades vengo: los clásicos y el flamenco', together with José Menese, Ginesa Ortega, Enrique de Melchor and Joan Albert Amargós, with whom he gave a performance at the Teatro Real de Madrid in November 2001. He played at many great venues, including London's Queen Elizabeth Hall in November 2003.

Jerónimo took part in recording projects such as El Yunque's ‘Sabiduría y Duende’ (Palo Nuevo, 2001), ‘Por los espejos del agua’ (Picap 2002) by Ginesa Ortega; and Paco del Pozo's ‘Vestido de Luces’ (Harmonia Mundi, 2003), which he co-produced along with Jorge Pardo. In 2004 Jerónimo released his début album ‘Jerónimo’ (Alma100 Música, 2004), on which he not only composed his own songs, but also produced the disc.