Jeremías García is a classical and flamenco guitarist and composer. He has performed in the United States as a soloist and as the Co-Founder/Artistic Director of Houston’s Premier Flamenco Performance Company, Solero Flamenco (2009). In the flamenco realm, he is known for accompanying cante y baile with passion and precision. He has collaborated with many local and international flamenco artists.

García earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Classical Guitar Performance from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi and a Master of Music degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Post degree, he continued his studies in Flamenco, seeking instruction in Spain and the U.S.

Recently, he performed in Houston Grand Opera’s digital production, “Suite Española – Explorando Iberia” (2021) where he accompanied renowned soprano Ana María Martinez. García has performed Rodrigo’s “Concierto de Aranjuez” with the Fort Bend Symphony (2006), Brazosport Symphony (2007 and 2016), and Helena Symphony in Montana (2017). In addition to the “Aranjuez,“ the last two concerts featured performances of García’s original composition, “Suite Andaluz,” for flamenco cante, guitarra, baile, percusión (Solero Flamenco) and full orchestra. He has appeared in numerous recordings in genres from Jazz to Classical. He also recorded and released two CDs of original music – García y Reyna’s Baile del Sol and Café Khytaro’s Distancia.

Garcia served as Director of Guitar Studies at San Jacinto College for 20 years where he lead an award winning guitar ensemble. Today he is the Associate Artistic Director of the Houston Classical Guitar Festival and Competition. He maintains a private studio, directs guitar workshops and masterclasses while keeping a busy performance schedule. In April, 2021 he was a featured concert artist and instructor in England’s Classical Minds Festival.

“The U.S.A.’s hottest baroque band.” –CLASSICAL MUSIC MAGAZINE (UK)