Antonio Moya: «Culture is an important element of society, and we make culture»
October 11, 2020
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Antonio Moya: «Culture is an important element of society, and we make culture»

Antonio Moya (Nimes, 1965), guitarist, is a young old hand whose date of birth situates him at the frontier of the changing of the guard, from classic flamenco to contemporary. He has accompanied great stars of our time, and recorded with Bernarda de Utrera, Pepa de Benito, Gaspar de Utrera, Enrique Extremeño and Tomás de Perrate among others.

Antonio Moya (Nimes, 1965), guitarist, or “tocaor” as he prefers to be called, is a young old hand whose date of birth situates him at the frontier of the changing of the guard, from classic flamenco to contemporary. He’s chosen his team, and has no qualms about expressing his thoughts on the topic.

Born in France to a family of Andalusian immigrants, his wife is flamenco singer Mari Peña, and he’s been living in Utrera for many years. Moya is also artistically connected to Lebrija and Morón de la Frontera, and delivers some of the best guitar-playing of this area whose aroma of earth and olive tres is present in his playing, with a subtle modern patina. He has accompanied great stars of our time, and recorded with Bernarda de Utrera, Pepa de Benito, Gaspar de Utrera, Enrique Extremeño and Tomás de Perrate among others.

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