Not to end up being confused from the Cuba-born and American-based architect, Jorge Pardo is among flamenco’s state-of-the-art instrumentalists. Known for his liquid and relaxed method of the flute and tenor and soprano saxophones, Pardo continues to be among the leaders from the “fresh flamenco” motion. A longtime person in the Paco de Lucia Sextet, Pardo offers continuing to explore the options of his blowing wind instruments like a soloist. While flamenco continues to be the building blocks for his music, Pardo is rolling out a unique audio by incorporating components of jazz and Carbbean and Afro-Cuban rhythms. His recording, 10 De Paco, documented with Cadiz pianist Chano Dominguez, presented guitar-less reinterpretations of ten of de Lucia’s compositions.