Niño Josele is a flamenco guitarist,
born in 1974 in Andalusia, Spain.
His music combines rhythm, beauty and sound with the purity of his flamenco roots.

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Niño Josele is a flamenco guitarist,
born in 1974 in Andalusia, Spain.
His music combines rhythm, beauty and sound
with the purity of its flamenco roots.

Discography

Josele expresses his music from flamenco with a strong influence of jazz, classical music, Brazilian music and Latin and African rhythms.

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Calle Ancha (1994)

Debut album

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Niño Josele (2003)

The guitar in Flamenco

PAZ

Paz (2006)

Inspired by Bill Evans

Niño Josele La venta del alma

La Venta del Alma (2009)

Guitar Solo

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Española (2009)

9 tracks without vocals recorded without editing

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Miles Español (2009)

Tribute to Miles Davis

Niño Josele El mar de mi ventana

El Mar de mi Ventana (2012)

Flamenco

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Niño Josele & Cobla Sant Jordi (2013)

Live at the Kursaal theater

PORTADA CHANO & JOSELE

Chano & Josele (2014)

Dúo

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Amar en Paz (2014)

BRAZIL: Estrella Morente & Niño Josele

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Niño Josele, flamenco guitarist, born in Almería (Andalusia, Spain) in 1974, started playing at the age of 6 and comes from a long dynasty of traditional flamenco musicians.
Unlike his forebears, he has become a trademark of versatility, especially since the release in 2006 of Paz, his critically acclaimed work dedicated to jazz pianist Bill Evans.
Paz, a collection of Evans' reconfigured works, established Josele as a visionary fusionist, achieving an ingenious intersection between flamenco and traditional jazz. Prior to Paz, his apprenticeship developed with Paco de Lucia and Enrique Morente with whom he shared tours and collaborations.
He has been nominated for Grammy Awards for his albums on several occasions, giving rise to a career in which his creativity as a composer stands out. He has recently been part of Chick Corea's latest project "Antidoto", for which they were awarded the Grammy for Best Latin Jazz Album 2019 with Chick Corea and the "Spanish Heart Band"...