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Marcos Palometas began to play flamenco guitar in his hometown in Granada at the age of 10, from the hand of his first teacher, his father, and from other masters of the neighborhood as Jorge Gomez. Later, he traveled to Madrid to receive classes from the masterful guitarist “El Viejín”, continuing his formation until today. In 2005 he participated in a course of Manolo Sanlúcar in Cordoba.


In 2003 he worked in the show 1,2,3 fa of the great international singer Mario Maya in Granada. In 2004 he presented the show at the Festival of Jerez, alongside renowned flamenco artists as Emilio Maya, Rafaela Carrasco, Belén Maya, Alejandro Granados and David Lagos.

He has traveled over half of the world with his guitar, performing in countries like Italy, Germany, Portugal, France, Morocco, Mexico, South Africa, Czech Republic, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Slovakia, Honduras, Russia…

In his hometown, he combines flamenco with diverse performances, merging with musicians from other cultures such as jazz, blues, pop, house…

He works at “Carmen de las Cuevas” where he teaches, and also at different tablaos of Granada and Tarragona. Now he is dedicated to the tablao Venta del Gallo, but he also combines his shows in clubs, clubs, and theaters of Granada and throughout the country.

He has accompanied many artists as Patricia Guerrero, Juan Ramirez, Jaime el Parron, El Tortas, Pepe Luis Carmona, Parrita, Belen Lopez…

He has shared stage and posters with artists such as Antonio Canales, Chonchi Heredia, Pele, Calixto Sánchez, Potito, Diego Amador, Tomatito, Marina Heredia…

His touch is characterized by his sensitivity, search for other musical cultures and pureness in his musical touch.

In August 2013 he acted in the “Festival de las Cuevas” with his group, presenting their own songs, with the show “A Menta y Canela”.


– In 2003 he received a Prize in the Guitar Competition of Manuel Cano.

– In 2010 he received the First Prize Club La Costa of Granada where participated musicians and groups of all cultures.