"A young prince among three kings of the guitar."
— The Ann Arbor News
Celino Romero is the youngest member of the world-renowned classical guitar quartet, "Los Romeros". Celino's journey on the guitar began at the young age of three, under the careful tutelage of his legendary grandfather, Celedonio, and his famous father, Celin.
In countless appearances season after season, Celino continues to demonstrate his own personal style both as a soloist, and in duo recitals with his cousin Lito. On lenghty tours in major venues around the world, Celino's combination of technical mastery and elegant artistry continues to inspire the highest praise from critics and audiences alike.
He has been the featured soloist with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, in addition to other solo appearances with orchestras in Houston, Seattle, Ottawa, Salt Lake City, and El Paso.
His performances at fine arts series in major cities include the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium in New York, the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, the Teatro Real and Palacio de la Música in Madrid, the Herkulessaal, Gewandhaus, and Musikhalle in Germany, and the Musikverein in Vienna.