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Antony Hadjion

Antony has been performing and teaching Flamenco and Classical Guitar for over 30 years and has studied flamenco extensively in Spain on three separate trips (in 1990 receiving a grant from the West Australian Dept. for the Arts) with teachers such as Juan Maya “Marote”, Paco Pena, Antonio Sanchez (Paco de Lucia`s father), Pedro del Valle, El Entri, and others.

  • Entertainment:
    Instrumental, Instrumental Music, Latin and Cuban Music, Solo Performers, World Music
  • City:
    Melbourne

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Biography

Antony has been performing and teaching Flamenco and Classical Guitar for over 30 years and has studied flamenco extensively in Spain on three separate trips (in 1990 receiving a grant from the West Australian Dept. for the Arts) with teachers such as Juan Maya “Marote”, Paco Pena, Antonio Sanchez (Paco de Lucia`s father), Pedro del Valle, El Entri, and others.

In contrast to that he has studied classical guitar with his uncle, the legendary

Alexandre Lagoya, in France. Antony has performed overseas in India, Greece, Japan and New Caledonia; has arranged music for theatre productions, performed at various
Festivals and has played with “Her Majesty`s Theatre Orchestra”as well as with the “West Australian Symphony Orchestra”.

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