Antonio Andrade was born in La Puebla de Cazalla near Seville, one of the andalucian villages full of tradition regarding flamenco-singing. Together with his brother Javier Andrade, who is accompanying him until today as a manager, they produced one successful production after another, like "Mi Andalucia", “Viva Sevilla”, ”Flamenco es mi vida" or "Mi Carmen Flamenca". He produced "Homage to Carmen", performance which premiered at the Reales Alcázares of Seville, under the direction of Cristina Hoyos and the conductor John Axel Roth. Together with Úrsula Moreno and Javier Andrade he founded “Compañía Flamenca Antonio Andrade” and created new tendencies in Flamenco in great productions named “Noches de Amor”, “Vaya con Dios”, “Bailando al Cante”, “Mi Carmen Flamenco “, “Lluvia de Tierra”, “Flamenco Suite”, “Torera”, "Flamenco meets Tango".
He is art co-founders of the first Flamenco Theaters of the world - Teatro Flamenco Madrid and Teatro Flamenco Sevilla.
The art of Flamenco is expressing all human feelings, even those, we have no words for.