San Antonio-born Miguel Antonio has present his musical tone of voice through the flamenco electric guitar performing of Spain and SOUTH USA. Furthermore to performing across the world being a soloist, Antonio provides toured and followed with Jose Greco and His Ballet Flamenco and Maria Benitez’s Estampa Flamenca. The boy of the concert pianist, Antonio researched music at age four. Four years afterwards, he began monitoring classical electric guitar under Pepe Romero. In his teenagers, he improved what he previously learned by learning with classical electric guitar experts Andres Segovia, Juan Serrano, and Paco Pena. Although he went to Southern Methodist University or college in Dallas in 1978, Antonio’s actual education arrived when he journeyed to Spain to review flamenco under Mario Escudero and Sabricas. Upon his go back to the U.S., Antonio started dealing with Jose Greco’s flamenco dance troupe, touring the U.S. and SOUTH USA between 1983 and 1987. In 1988, Antonio performed some solo acoustic guitar recitals in Japan, Spain, and Britain and toured with Maria Benitez’s Estampa Flamenca. In 1991 and 1992, Antonio performed and trained in Mexico Town at Universidad Oedagogias and Escuela Nacional De Mesia. He came back to america to execute in the Broadway display, Man of La Mancha. Antonio shows flamenco acoustic guitar in Dallas.