"En su cara, maquillaje, sombra de ojos y algún piercing. En su boca, Pepe Habichuela y Moraíto Chico se mezclan con el nombre del drag queen RuPaul. Jero Férec tiene la frescura de los 25 años y el alivio de quien se ha quitado un peso de encima..." - Silvia Cruz Lapeña, "El Mundo" 2018
Born and raised in the UK, Barcelona based, Jero Férec is recognised as one of the most outstanding and controversial young voices in Flamenco today.
Trained by guitarists Aquilino Jiménez “El Entri”, Juan Ramón Caro, Eduardo Cortés and Rafael Cañizares Jero developed a strong grounding in traditional Flamenco. From 2011-2015 he held a Leask Music Scholarship at St Catherine's College, Oxford and went on to study a masters in Flamenco Guitar at Catalonia College of Music (ESMUC) in Barcelona.
His career has led him to give sell-out London performances at The Roundhouse, The Royal Albert Hall and Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club as well as travelling to perform in the USA, France, Belgium, Morocco and Spain. Now based in Barcelona his career in Flamenco has led him to work with artists such as Ana Brenes, El Salao, Alvaro Romero, Laura Santos, Miriam Vallejo, José Manuel Alvarez, Marina González, Karen Lugo, Marcos Morales
Outside of Flamenco Jero has collaborated with New York-based singer and producer Sean Bradford, in live performances both in NYC and Barcelona, as well as London based dancer and choroeographer JayJay Revlon.
In Barcelona, he has performed at popular venues Sala Apolo, Teatre Principal, Ocaña, SideCar and JazzSí Club as well as making regular performances at “tablaos” such as Casa Camarón and Palau Dalmases. He has also made appearances in Madrid tablaos Candela and Café Ziryab.
In 2019 he was selected for the 5th Edition of "Spain's Got Talent". His performance was applauded by judges for skill and traditional approach.
That same year he founded the project "FlamencoQueer" alongside dancer Rubén Heras with the objective of creating safe spaces for the LGBTQIA+ community to access and engage with flamenco, as well as bringing visibility to queer flamenco artists.