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Jesús Montoya

On flute and saxophone, it could be none other than Jesús Montoya. Accompanied by a long career and a unique talent as a flamenco musician.


A Madrilenian from O’Donnell, just a few minutes away from the biggest and most renowned flamenco temples in the capital which, today and for many years, have been filled to capacity to enjoy an artist who, wherever he goes, does not go unnoticed.

It was not his voice, nor his feet, that marked his destiny in music, but his hands, as it could not be otherwise. The blood of the great Agustín Castellón “Sabicas” runs through his veins.

Jesús Montoya’s saxophone and flute have played in each and every one of Madrid’s tablaos, most notably “El corral de la Pacheca”, where his music was played for 5 years.

In the flamenco circle, Jesús Montoya has a place of admiration and recognition by his own peers. This is not easy to achieve.

Some of the artists who have reclaimed his very personal flamenco sound are: Antonio Vargas “Potito”, Elena Vargas, Sebastián Heredia “Cancanilla de Málaga”, among others.

He is very present in Jazz and Latin Jazz recordings and collaborations and is the main member of the group “Los Yakis”.

He is currently working with Joaquín Cortés in his latest show called “Zapatitos Blancos”.

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