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Jason Li-Shing is a flamenco guitarist based in Los Angeles, CA.

He was the guitarist of the alternative-rock band Monte Negro, who was signed to Sony BMG Music’s Epic Records in 2008, released three albums, and toured extensively around the US, Canada, and Mexico.

Jason decided to fulfill a secret dream and train as a Spanish guitarist in Granada, Spain in 2015, where he was taught deep in the gypsy caves of Sacromonte by Rafael Habichuela and Antonio “El Chonico” Heredia, both distinguished players of great historical flamenco dynasties. In 2017, he pursued further studies in Madrid, Sevilla, Córdoba, and Almería under the rich and rigorous immersion of Luis Mariano and Pepe Nuñez.

Los Angeles Classical Guitarist
Raymond Alan Rigoletto

Raymond Alan (who goes by “Alan Rigoletto” outside of the classical guitar realm) is a professional guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and music teacher based in Los Angeles, California.

A long time resident of New Jersey, he began his classical guitar studies at with James Day at The College of New Jersey in 2006. Before this, he had been studying jazz improvisation and solo guitar arranging with international fingerstyle guitar champion Mark Sganga in North Jersey. Raymond Alan also spent a semester abroad studying classical guitar with Michael Teuchert at the Conservatory for Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt Germany.

Following his graduation from The College of New Jersey in 2010, Raymond Alan explored all of the angles of being a professional guitarist he could. He played classical guitar at restaurants and weddings in New York City and Philadelphia, performed psychedelic rock in clubs all over Europe, and played guitar in bands of all styles including Jazz Manouche, Modern Jazz, Bluegrass, Irish Rock, Americana, Pop, Fusion, and Metal. He also honed in on his vocal improvisation by studying Hindustani Classical Vocals with Sri Pranab Kumar Biswas.