Los Angeles LGBT Center to Present LATIN MUSIC UNDER THE STARS, 8/2
The Los Angeles LGBT Center's Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center presents Latin Music Under the Stars. Summer has been blazing all day, and as the evening finally cools, the sounds of celebration begin to radiate from the Courtyard at Los Angeles LGBT Center's Village at Ed Gould Plaza. We're spreading out our biggest dance floor, lining up great refreshment vendors-tamales, pupusas, sodas, sangria bar-and a cast of performers who will kick your summer into high gear! Es una fiesta!
Cuban songstress/composer/multi-instrumentalist CANDI SOSA has been singing her heart out for several decades throughout the Los Angeles metropolis, showcasing her powerful voice and passionate performances of original scores, popular compositions and Latin American classics. http://candisosa.net/
MAGALY LA VOZ DE ORO began her singing career at the early age of seven in a children's choir in Santa Rosa de Lima Catholic Church in Maywood, CA. Since then that little girl with the golden voice has dedicated her passion for singing, acting & advocating to benefit and support community theaters, non-profit organizations, charities and social media. www.facebook.com/LaVozDeOro
Irene Diaz is Los Angeles' modern-day torch singer-songwriter. In late 2011, began making her way into the music scene playing at various venues around the Los Angeles area, from small coffee shops to playing such mainline venues as Room 5 and Hollywood's House of Blues. In February of 2012, Irene's song, "I Love You Madly," caught the attention of NPR, who later interviewed her for national broadcast. Her crowd-sourced first CD, Crazy Love, was released in July 2013, prompting NPR's All Things Considered to comment,"[Diaz] brings back classical American soul and blues and elevates it to a whole new level for today's audience ... a queen of torch! www.irenediazmusic.com/
WHAT: LATIN MUSIC UNDER THE STARS, starring CANDI SOSA and MAGALY La Voz de Oro
WHERE: Los Angeles LGBT Center's Village at Ed Gould Plaza
1125 N. McCadden Place, Los Angeles 90038
(one block east of Highland, just north of Santa Monica Blvd.)
WHEN: Saturday, August 2, 8 p.m.
TICKETS: www.lalgbtcenter.org/theatre or call 323-860-7300