Diego El Cigala is contemporary Flamenco’s most compelling voice. A true Gitano, his mother and father were both accomplished practitioners of Flamenco as were his grandparents. At the age of 12, he placed first among young vocalists at the prestigious Certamen Flamenco Joven De Getafe competition. From there his professional career began. His latest project – Cigala & Tango – is the musical testimony to his concert at the legendary Teatro Gran Rex in Buenos Aires last April. There, musicians from both sides of the Atlantic joined together for a very special evening which in the following days the Argentine press described as: “Flamenco and Tango Shake Hands”, “Tangos and Palm Trees with Gypsy Blood and a Unique Singer” and “An Andalusian Musical Invasion”.