Pedro Corona Heredia, Curro Cueto, born in Marchena (Sevilla) on June 1, 1966.
He grows up in the Plaza Arriba, a typical Flamenco neighborhood of Marchena, where he lives aside prestigious artists such as the famous guitarist Melchor de Marchena. Singing since childhood and with only 8 years of age, he immerses himself with the songs of the guitarist and singer from his town, Antonio Cortés.
At age 18 he begins studying music theory and flute at the Conservatory of Málaga, and later continues his studies at the Conservatory of Cordoba.
Following the traditional line of Flamenco, Curro has collaborated with renowned national artists such as "El Güito", “ Manolete”, "El Chino",Enrique de Melchor, Victor Monje Serranito , Angel Rubio and the Big Band del Foro and collaborated in the project Digitano .
He is a member and co-founder of the group “ Triada Sur" .
His versatility as an artist and his musical and personal anxiety led him to experiment with other music styles, being part of the Orquesta Nacional de Jazz and recording the double disc that came out in 2010. Also part of the Big Band del Foro, led by guitarist Angel Rubio and whith who he records the album "Jazz Hondo".
Highlights of his work with Triada Sur are (Andalucía, Está llorándome el alma , and Sabor a tí) , Jazz Hondo with Angel Rubio and Digitano with Juanjo Valmorisco.
He is the author of Flamenco in its measure (2004), a teaching method currently used in many schools.
He has participated with Jose Manuel Montoya in creating teaching methods "The Bulería step by step" and "Sevillanas" for the label RGB Arte visual (2005 and 2006).
In 2007 his second book is born “ Method of flamenco song and rhythm “, which was launched in 5 languages (Spanish, English, French, German and Japanese) with the label RGB Arte Visual .
In 2008 he is recording with the Orquesta Nacional de Jazz of Spain under the direction of Ramón Farran . This is a double DVD with the collaboration of famous national musicians (Jorge Pardo, Chano Dominguez, Kepa Junquera, etc) and international musicians (Randy Brecker, Jerry Gonzalez or Paquito de Rivera).
Since 2009 he is involved in a new project with the Group Caibana " Flamenco Fusion Salsa" with Roberto Castellón (guitar), Gonzalo Grau (piano) and percussionist José Moreno .
Since 2009 collaborates with the various shows of the dancer Omayra Amaya in Europe, the USA as well as in Asia.
Since 2013 he takes part in the project La Bejazz , a Flamenco Jazz fusion group.
Since 2009 he conducts workshops on Cante (Song) and Flute and he gives lectures about Flamenco, both nationally and internationally.
His latest work is released in 2016, the CD "El Valor del Silencio" recorded with the guitarist Diego Franco. Their project is called: " Flamenco Silencio Project"