Fri, Nov 11
Capitol Theater Stage: $45
May not be appropriate for young audiences due to content, length or atmosphere.
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Alea is a progressive and pioneering artist delivering messages of love, connection and Latinx empowerment. Her original compositions summon lush, vibrant landscapes from La Guajira, Colombia to Bronx, N.Y. Buttery vocals, holistic guitar conversations and riveting sax solos evoke a “tropical wave” according to Cultura Colectiva (A leading digital magazine specialized in culture and Latinx content from Mexico City). Alongside brilliant performers Sinuhé Padilla-Isunza, Franco Pinna and Berta Moreno, Alea delivers a high-energy program with unforgettable, deep-rooted groove. Seamlessly blending cumbia, vallenato, ranchera, jazz and pop, Alea connects a diverse soundscape with New York City edge. Get ready to dance and sway to an infectious, soulful, Afro-Latin sound.
This versatile artist has given stunning performances in places and festivals like Listen To Womxn Online Fest (worldwide), Saldremos Adelante Fest hosted by Doctor Krápula (worldwide), Joe’s PUB (NYC), Kimmel Center’s La Noche (Pa.), Musikfest (Pa.), Tito Puente Latin Music Series (Boston), The International Literature and Culture Fest (Medellín, Colombia) and Worcester Mechanics Hall (Worcester, Mass.). Alea has also shared the stage with well known and Grammy-award nominated/winning artists like Mireya Ramos (Flor de Toloache), Smarty (Burkina Faso), Totó La Momposina, Nella Rojas, Sergio Mendoza (Los Hijos de La Montaña y Orkesta Mendoza) and Gregorio Uribe.