Antonio Reyes is undoubtedly one of today’s principal interpreters of Cante Flamenco. He received both the Giraldillo-Award at the Flamenco Biennial in

Seville, and the award. Antonio’s artistic career has always involved his family: he belongs to the Jarrito’s dynasty, and is related to

Pansequito. His production Los REYES del FLAMENCO, was presented for the first time at the Flamenco Biennial in Malaga, with his whole family present. In March
2020 he presented the production at the BRUSELAS FLAMENCO Festival with two

of his children, Macarena Reyes (vocals) and Nono Reyes (guitar), his sister
Remedios Reyes en her husband, palmero Tate Nuñez. But the main star of the evening is Antonio’s wife, dancer Patricia Valdés.

Antonio Reyes Montoya

is descending from a gypsy family from Chiclana de la Frontera (Cádiz). Without a doubt, Antonio Reyes is one of the greatest young singing talents in the world of Flamenco. His wonderful voz affilá is very gitano, very flamenco! He inherited his talent from his father, who made him listen to classical masters such as Antonio Mairena from a very early age. This might explain his debut at the age 6(!) at a festival in Ojén. Not even a year later, in 1983, he appeared on the program of the Festival de la Parpuja, in his native town Chiclana.

There, he already shared the stage with Camarón, Fosforito and El Lebrijano.Shortly afterwards, his father sent him toan academy in Jerez

de la Frontera, where Manuel Morao was his teacher and where he grew up with the music of Terremoto, La Perla de Cádiz and Juanito Mojama. The latter let him perform at the age of merely 8 in Jerez de la Frontera, at his famous festival Jueves Flamencos.

Accompanied by Morao!n In 1985 already, he won a singing contest in Fuengirola, and at the age of 13 he was a finalist at the most highly reputed contest of Andalusia, namely the one of Mairena del Alcor. In that same year, he undertook a first tour throughout Europe, as a singer of the company of Paco Peña! Afterwards, he also joined the company of dancer Joaquin Grilo. His completed his phase of completion in 2000, when he won at a national contest organised as a tribute to Camarón.

The year after, he won the desirable prize of the Andalusia Federation of Flamencopeñas and 2months later he triumphed in Córdoba, where he won both national prizes (Antonio Mairena and Manolo Caracol) at the Concurso Nacional de Arte Flamenco. A unique performance!


Antonio Reyes : vocals

Patricia Valdés : dance

Remedios Reyes : vocals

Macarena Reyes : vocals

Tate Nuñez : palmas

Nono Reyes : guitar