Icon of the current flamenco. She is the first woman in the history of flamenco who sings accompanying herself to the piano.
Graduated in Law and graduated from the Conservatory, she finally left the office to devote herself completely to music, her life.
He released his first album, María Toledo (2009), causing great acceptance among critics and the public and being recognized by the audience of Radio Televisión Española (RTVE) as the best new record of the year.
His second album, Uñas Rojas (2012), entitled as it is the label that identifies María Toledo.
Her third album, Sentido (2015), received two nominations at the Latin Grammy Awards: Album of the Year and Best Flamenco Music Album.
His fourth album, Magnética (2016), pays tribute to the soundtrack of his life and again won two nominations at the Latin Grammy Awards.
Treasures a number of awards, including the Novel Prize of the International Festival of Cante de Las Minas, First Prize Bienal de Cádiz or Prize to the cantes de compás in Mairena del Alcor.
He has made an international tour through Mexico, Japan, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Puerto Rico, France, Germany, Israel, Egypt, Morocco …
Criticism has always highlighted his artistic qualities both in his voice and before the piano. “Today is a full truth of flamenco singing, which was much needed by the scarcity of women who suffer this art and, of course, none with the addition of the piano”, “Feel the cante and dive into the forms looking for the original sounds of the great singers, “Ángel Álvarez Caballero (El País) said of her; “… not only sang with that glare that is not well known where it comes from, when it comes, giving a very complete version of his talent to make the jondo something more flexible without losing essences or purities”, sentenced Antonio Lucas (El Mundo) .
María Toledo, the flamenco piano, the red nails, the ruffled hair … Do not miss it!