When two contrasting worlds meet each other, musical magic can be created. In the case of Michel Camilo and Tomatito (José Fernández Torres) sparks have been flying around for years from their tempting blend of Caribbean flamenco and straight-ahead jazz. The virtuoso musicians are each other's counterparts when it comes to educational and cultural background. Camilo is a classically schooled pianist, while Tomatito is a Spanish Gitano, or gypsy, whose father taught him to play flamenco. The two decided to work together in 1997, and since that time the Dominican pianist and the guitarist from Andalucía in Spain have performed together many times and released the successful albums Spain (2000) - earning the twosome a Latin Grammy - and Spain Again (2006). If you want to see two absolute music legends performing with astounding precision and boundless energy, you absolutely must not miss this fiery fusion fest.