Vientos flamencos is the Best Flamenco Instrumental Album of 2005 from the spanish flamenco critics Award.
And in the same year it was the Finalist at the 10th Annual National Music Award in the flamenco section.
After performing on various stages throughout the whole world with different ensembles and after more than one year of publishing the CD Vientos Flamencos, Jorge Pardo now starts a new and personal project called Vientos Flamencos.
Vientos Flamencos, the beauty of simplicity now on stage.
It is music from Andalusia, defined by Spanish roots, which, due to its simplicity, relevancy, acceptance and influences could be placed anywhere on a global level.
Vientos Flamencos is a show, which accumulates profoundness, incitement and intimacy: it fills us with flavours and nostalgias of voices, particular homajes to one of the most important partners and friends: Camarón de la isla, musings and thoughts. Pardo plays different traditional styles of Flamenco music: Tangos, Zambras Caracoleras, Cantiňas, Seguiriyas and Bulerias.
All of this, created by this great musician; never losing the taste which gives Pardo the duality of the experience that he has acquired from the worlds of jazz and flamenco.
Saxes and Flutes become like the human voice. A language, homemade, with a personal imprint and distinctive with which Pardo transports the spectators to a flamenco universe, where they discover popular verses and melodies.
One of the highlights of Pardo’s new project is its polyvalence: The variety of the collaborations that he created when recording the CD is now portrayed on stage. The possibilities of variation and amplification permanently jazz up the show.