Carla Morrison and the LA Phil
Sat / Feb 6, 2021 - 8:00PM
The Mexican singer-songwriter partners with the LA Phil for a night of “pop music with a healthy sense of grandeur” (Pitchfork).
About this Performance
Due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis, all LA Phil concerts at Walt Disney Concert Hall have been canceled through December 31, 2020.
Tickets to this event are not available at this time.
While this concert has not yet been canceled, we know that everything from seating configurations to which artists are able to travel will be impacted by the pandemic. If the LA Phil is permitted to stage live events in early 2021, tickets will go on sale at least four weeks before the first concert. Visit this page for the latest updates and to learn more.
In ten quick years, Carla Morrison has gone from playing in the Phoenix indie-rock scene to one of the most popular artists in Mexico. Following a stint in the U.S., the three-time Latin Grammy® Award winner returned to her native country in 2010 to pursue a solo career. Her acoustic laments and powerful voice quickly won her a devoted audience, but with the expanded vision she brought to 2015’s Amor Supremo, she burst into global consciousness. Pitchfork hailed the emotional depth of her singing, saying she “cuts across the language barrier, makes you understand something beyond the word,” while The New Yorker called her “the genuine article – a doomed, spectral torch singer, incandescent with longing, desire, and grief.” She’s gone on to collaborate with Colombian reggaeton singer J. Balvin. The proudly independent artist is joined by the Los Angeles Philharmonic for a night of emotionally bracing and expertly sung music.See other concerts in this series
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