Category Archives: Music/Concerts

Fantastic drone footage of Ronda with music by Paco Seco

Earlier this year I went on a family holiday to Andalusia. Unknowing to It’s beauty, we stumbled across Ronda when browsing a coach timetable.

From the moment I saw the photos of Ronda on my Google search, I knew I had to see it for myself – and it was spectacular!

After a few months of sitting on a Hard Drive, the footage has now been really bought alive after it’s parring with music from an incredibly talented musician local to Ronda, Paco Seco.

Paco was born in Andalusia and co-founded the ‘Ronda Guitar House’ with the mission of providing truly authentic, culturally rich and quality music in the city of Ronda.

You can find our more about the Ronda Guitar House here: Ronda Guitar House

And you can find out more about Paco Seco here:
https://www.pacoseco.com/

The Guitar House in Ronda

Ronda Guitar House 2015 to 2020

Ronda Guitar House was a venue located in the centre of Ronda, Malaga, Spain. Ronda Guitar House opened its doors in 2015 with the following mission: “Providing a truly authentic environment dedicated to quality music in the city of Ronda.”

Locals and visitors of the city could enjoy daily Spanish guitar concerts and a selection of fine local Ronda wine. There was also a collection of hand-made guitars and world instruments on permanent display. Many of the instruments were for sale in the specialist shop, together with their accompanying accessories.

The Guitar House has closed its doors but the music lives on in the form of Ronda Guitar Music

Guitar Services in the Ronda area

At Ronda Guitar Music we are dedicated to the Spanish guitar, offering concerts and recitals for public and private events at emblematic places. Professional quality musical experiences under the guidance of internationally recognized guitarist Paco Seco.

See the new website here: https://rondaguitarmusic.com/


Located halfway between the Bullring and the Church Nuestra Señora de la Merced, RONDA GUITAR HOUSE is a unique space dedicated to Spanish music and in particular the Spanish guitar. The resident guitarist Pacoseco performs two concerts each evening presenting the Spanish guitar in both classical and flamenco styles.

There is an exhibition of hand-made guitars and their accompanying accessories(some for sale). Also offered are intensive short courses, weekly and one-off classes in both classical and flamenco guitar, practical advice on technique, posture, and discipline readily available.

Well worth a visit any time of year.

Watch this video and listen to the beautiful sounds of Ronda Guitar House… :)

Calle Padre Mariano Soubirón nº4
+ 34 951 916 843 + 34 660 280 720
info@rondaguitarhouse.com
http://www.rondaguitarhouse.com/

OPENING TIMES Monday to Saturday – 10:00am till 22:00pm

Also don’t forget to see a concert by Celia Morales. Absolutely fantastic!

Ronda Guitar Festival

If you are visiting Ronda during the week from the 6th to the 10th of June 2017 then you are in for a treat as the Ronda Guitar House are running their Guitar Festival.

RONDA GUITAR FESTIVAL aims to put Ronda on the map as a meeting point to enjoy Andalucian culture, Spanish music and in particular the Spanish guitar.  Celebrated over five days  the Ronda Guitar Festival will host a range of interesting activities in which to participate.  Fine Guitar makers will exhibit their hand-made guitars and be on hand to answer any queries.  Internationally renowned guitarists will perform concerts in unforgettable venues, followed by the opportunity to attend a masterclass.  There will be conferences and wine-tasting events to compliment the festival.

I highly recommend booking in advance because of the popularity of the concerts and the limited tickets available… get in touch with the Guitar House in Ronda to arrange your tickets…

You can find out more information and buy your tickets online at the official website here…
https://www.rondaguitarfestival.com/english/tickets/

Lucho and Leticia Perform in Ronda

Whilst you are walking from the new bridge towards the bullring past the parador with the gorge on your left you will most probably hear the beautiful soft melodies of Lucho and Leticia on the breeze.

Lucho, who is originally from South America, gives a wonderful solo on pan flute, and singing, and is a good partner to Leticia’s voice and harp with his flutes, guitars, and authentic Andean instruments for creating the sound of waves or insects creaking.

Leticia on the other hand plays harp, sings, and whistles, the whistle being quite amazing, at times sounding exactly like Amazonian birds. Her voice is clear, and carries far across the terraces.

Stay for a while, listen and soak up the atmosphere.

You can find more of their music on youtube.
https://www.youtube.com/user/lucholeticia/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shelf_id=2