At the age of nineteen, she had the opportunity to record her first album entitled “Anticipo Flamenco” (Philips, 1994) where she highlighted her precocious passion for jazz and piano. That work was produced by Ricardo Pachón and counted with the collaboration of Cuban singer Omara Portuondo.
In his subsequent albums, “El aire de lo puro” (Nuevos Medios, 2001) and “Piano Jondo” (Nuevos Medios, 2003), he showed his unique way of interpreting the piano as if it were a guitar, which has become his hallmark and has led him to be recognized as a great master of flamenco piano. At the same time he was consolidating as a superb singer, his powerful flamenco voice, his free and personal style were reflected in his next album “Río de los Canasteros” (Nuevos Medios, 2008). That year he obtained his first nomination to the Latin Grammy Awards in the category of “Best Flamenco Album”.
Then would come “Live in Paris / Flamenco Jazz Tribute”, an album recorded live in 2012, a tribute to the great masters who have inspired him throughout his career…. Bill Evans, Paco de Lucia, Camaron de la Isla, Juan Talega, Anibal Troilo, Horacio Salgan, among others.
In 2013 he records his sixth album “Scherzo Flamenco” and the international press qualifies him as “one of the most brilliant flamenco pianists of all time”. Afterwards, he spends a season in Miami and Mexico where he records “Soy de las 3000” (Alacran Records, 2017) album in which Diego gives the lead role to the singing, explores the world of salsa and Latin rhythms escorted by two great masters of music, his compatriot Alejandro Sanz and the Venezuelan Oscar D’León known as “El Faraón de la Salsa”.