• Kristin Chenoweth: Thursday, November 5, 2015 - 8:00pm
  • Come for: Multi-talented Emmy®- and Tony®-winning actress/singer Kristin Chenoweth brings a fun-filled new show that promises exciting surprises and new songs.

    And more: She'll also sing favorites from her best-known shows (Wicked, Glee and On the Twentieth Century), popular standards, and classics from Broadway, Hollywood, and beyond!

    Originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, Jean-Philip Grobler grew up performing with the Drakensberg Boys Choir School, learning everything from Bach to minimalist opera. St. Lucia was born out of a moment in early 2010 when Grobler was looking to the past for inspiration. Growing frustrated with a rock project that was starting to feel forced, he delved back into the music that had first inspired him: Fleetwood Mac, Peter Gabriel, Madonna and other songs from his youth.

    Argentina Maria Lopez Tristancho, known artistically as ARGENTINA, got her name from her paternal grandmother. Since the release of her first album in the summer of 2006, the life of this young singer from Huelva (born June 1984) has been a whirlwind. Few flamenco recording debuts have had this kind of impact, but in the case of ARGENTINA, talent and luck have worked their magic and she is living a very special moment.

    COLOMBINA PARRA created the band Ex in 1996 with Pablo Ugarte, Hernán Edwards, and Octavio Bascuñán. That band followed a project called Barracos. However, Ex opted for a harder and more important role for the lead singer (the daughter of the famous poet Nicanor Parra, and niece of Violeta Parra), whose voice distinguished the band as one of the most interesting of the prolific rock scene of the late ’90s.

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