An energetic, sexy yet classy blend of flamenco guitar, Jazz, funk all mixed with a Modern Gypsy Feel.


Emilio brings fiery passion, rhythm, energy, and love to his music. He skillfully blends elements of Spanish Flamenco guitar with South American, African and Middle Eastern rhythms, and then adds touches of modern and new age influences which make his music for both a meaningful and energetic experience.

Emilio has been exposed to different cultures which have helped in the development of his music. "While growing up, I always had a variety of music and culture around me. One minute listening to very profound Flamenco music, and the next, dancing to Merengue music in the living room," Emilio explains. "These things stay with you as you grow up."

Emilio returned to Europe to work and perfect his art. He stayed for a total of four years playing his guitar at small clubs and restaurants. Although he spent most of that time in Rome, Italy, he traveled through most of Europe and South America. "I love the Mediterranean culture and people, but I must say that I met wonderful people and saw beautiful things throughout all my travels."

As producer, writer, arranger and master guitarist, Emilio has raised the bar and set a new standard for Flamenco guitar music. His joyous playing and infectious musical mystique have attracted numerous fans of mainstream instrumental music that enjoy Emilio's fiery style of nouveau flamenco. Inspired by many different types of music, Emilio has developed a passionate style of his own—that which he calls “Modern Gypsy”.

Emilio has appeared in concert at the Irvine Barclay, OC Pavilion, St. Regis Resort, Downtown Disney, Fashion Island, and many other venues on the West Coast and in Europe. Emilio has recorded Five CD’s on his own label: The Midnight Dance, Modern Gypsy, Self Titled “Emilio”, E-Lounge and the highly acclaimed E-Thology.

Emilio, with his artistic and entrepreneurial spirit has not only produces Cd’s and concerts, but is also in the middle of writing a book, developing a clothing line as well as developing a documentary about the art and root of Flamenco Music!
For more information, visit www.emiliotv.com.

Performance Record '05-'07
Emilio:Modern Gypsy
Performance History 2004-2007

Theatrical Performances

’05 Barclay Theater, Irvine , CA – 20 Piece Orchestra, 5 Dancers
750 Seats -Sold Out
’06 OC Pavilion- Santa Ana, CA- 10 Piece Band, 4 Dancers
550 Seats- 3 Nights in a row, Sold Out
’07 Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, CA – 5 Piece Band , 1 Dancer
350 Seats- Sold Out

Past Corporate Clients

’04 and ’05 - Isuzu Corporate Events
’04 Dish Network Corporate Event, Denver , CO
’04 and ’06 UCLA Scholarship Fundraiser
’05 and ’06 Bain and Company Corporate Events
’05 and ’06 Pro AM Golf Event , Pebble Beach, CA
’05 L’Oreal Corporate Event
’06 Opening for Pacific Symphony Summer Concert Series ( 3 Shows)
’06 Blue Cross Top Corporate Christmas Event, San Francisco, CA
’06 Make-a-Wish Foundation Gala Event
’06 CHILD Foundation Gala Event
’06 Lexus Grand Golf Invitational
’07 Bloomingdales South Coast Plaza, Opening Event

Past/ Present Regular Clients

St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach- Feb ‘04 to July ’05 and July ‘06 to Present
’07 Beverly Hilton Hotel
Patina Group, Tortilla Joes Rest. -May’05 to Sept. ’05
08 La Costa Resort, Carlbad, Ca

Other Performances

’05 QVC Television – Sale of Trilogy
’03 to ’07 Fashion Island Outdoor Mall
’05 to ’07 Downtown Disney

Some Other Venues Performed
Rumba Room, Los Angeles, CA El Torreon, Tarragona, Spain
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Dana Point, CA El Cid, Hollywood, CA
Tapas Club, Newport Beach, CA Four Seasons Hotel, Newport Beach, CA
Mission Viejo Jazz Festival, MV, CA UCLA Convention Center
The Thirsty Bear, San Francisco, CA El Cordova Hotel, San Diego, CA
Irvine Spectrum, Irvine, CA Westin St. Francis, San Francisco,CA
El Palen, Segorbe ( Valencia) Spain W Hotel, San Francisco, CA


1. "Midnight Dance
2. " Modern Gypsy"
3. "Emilio"
4. "Passionate Gypsy"
5. E-Lounge"
6. "E-Thology"

Set List

Traditionally our sets are 45 to 50 minutes long. Although it always depends if we are in a Theater, or doing a more casual type of event.