Torcuato Zamora was born amidst the rhythms and legends of Granada in Andalucia, Spain. At the age of five, he moved to Barcelona where he began studying classical guitar. At age fifteen, he began giving concerts professionally with his professors, Ramon Delgado and Graciano Tarrago. In college, he was a solo guitarist with La Tuna, the traditional Spanish college music ensemble. He has performed for the King and Queen of Spain. His international credits include concerts in Luxembourg, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Canada.
In more recent years, Mr. Zamora has performed with the Jose Molina Spanish Dance Company and in New Orleans. In the local area, he has appeared in El Caribe Restaurants and El Caminante Restaurant in Washington, DC and the Andalucia Restaurant in Rockville, Maryland.
In addition to his vast repertoire of Spanish, Latin, and classical music, Torcuato composes his own music. He also teaches Flamenco and classical guitar. Since 1990, Mr. Zamora has been performing locally with Danza Del Río, Arts Flamenco, and the World Music Ensemble.