13th Annual CHASE 2009 Latino Cultural Festival ft. Anna Saeki

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Jul 200931
8:30p.m.

Main Theatre Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens Theatre in the Park
Corona, New York, 11368
United States

Critically acclaimed Anna Saeki, born in Hokkaido, Japan ascended to become one of the world’s most popular and recognized Tango singers. Shortly after being crowned Miss Sapporo, Saeki traveled to Argentina to begin recording her first album which debuted in 1989. Since then, she has released over ten albums and has received numerous critical acclamations and praise in television, radio, and magazine. Saeki, one of the key influences responsible for the Latin Boom in Japan, was also the vocalist for the band Orquesta del Sol. Saeki has traveled across Europe, the U.S., Latin America, and Asia, in an effort to expand Tango music across the world. La Plata Hochi newspaper remarked, “It is not only her beautiful and powerful voice, but her theatrical skill is also amazing; she is truly the ‘Tango Diva’ of the world.” With the support and admiration of other prominent Tango artists such as Horacio Ferrer, Leopoldo Federico, and Raul Garello, Anna Saeki is now recognized as a top artist in the Tango world.

Advance price: $20
Day of performance: $25
Multi-show: $18
Tickets purchased: Box Office at 718.760.0064 or online www.queenstheatre.org
WEB: www.onishigallery.com

 

APA_Institute . Atualizado em Jul 09, 2010 12:12 p.m.


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