At Ronda Guitar House we celebrate the art of Spanish music and culture. Our resident international concert guitarist, Paco Seco, performs concerts every evening in an atmospheric and acoustically rich setting. A programme dedicated to music from the Romantic & Baroque periods up to modern day contemporary Andaluz & Flamenco styles. Learn about the history of the Spanish guitar and the pieces played.
Paco presents the Spanish guitar in romantic, classical and flamenco styles and is captivating with his passion for the instrument and the music. His unique sound and knowledge will provide you with a truly authentic and unforgettable experience. Come and join us, there's also local wines available for purchase at the bar.
Concerts start at 7pm and go for 45min - all this for €15.
Apart from the daily concerts at our venue, we also offer tailored private concerts for any occasion. Our resident musician and composer, Paco Seco, will make your event a memorable experience. His unique concerts are emotive and demonstrate the magic and mystery of the Spanish guitar.
Let your senses open up and connect on another level. Bring your group closer together, whether you are celebrating with family, friends or colleagues. We also have a large selection of fine local Ronda wines available to enjoy during the concert. Contact us for a reservation at Ronda Guitar House or another location.
+34 951 916 843/660 280 720
Paco Seco is an internationally acclaimed musician, guitarist & composer. Versatile and creative, he possesses a unique technique: A fusion between the clear, crisp notes of the classical guitar and the instinctive passion and agility of the flamenco guitar. Paco has toured extensively and participated in numerous festivals in different countries, enthusing audiences with his music. He received the honorary prize from the Superior Conservatory of Music in Seville and proves himself a true ambassador of Spanish music. During concerts, Paco shares his cultural heritage, explaining about the songs he plays and expressing his passion for the Spanish guitar.