David Cerreduela was born in Madrid, in one of the cradles of the city’s flamenco guitar, Caño Roto, son of the famous guitarist El Nani and grandson of a guitar maker. At the age of 14 he was already beginning his professional career accompanying Lola Flores and Merche Esmeralda.
Later he joined the company of Antonio Canales, in the works Torero, Gitano (of which he is the author of much of the music), A cuerda y tacón and Bernarda Alba. Later he worked with Juan de Juan in the play Pueblos, being the author of the music of the play. He has been the guitarist of the Spanish National Ballet and has accompanied the main names in flamenco, such as Enrique Morente, Diego el Cigala, Guadiana, Ramón El Portugués, El Yunque, Manolo Tena and Antonio Carmona, among others.
And he has collaborated in recordings like “El último beso” by Enrique Heredia ‘El Negri’, Los Chorbos and Guadiana. He is currently one of the main guitarists in the well-known Tablao El Cordobés in Barcelona and teaches flamenco combo at the Escuela Superior del Taller de Músics.
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