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Perla Batalla: IN THE HOUSE OF COHEN

Perla Batalla: IN THE HOUSE OF COHEN
Aug 15 2021 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Perla Batalla: IN THE HOUSE OF COHEN

LIVE! AT THE BREMAN - Live Stream

Perla Batalla: IN THE HOUSE OF COHEN
Music inspired by the works of Leonard Cohen
WHEN: SUN,  AUG 15 | 7 PM
WHERE: LIVE STREAM
TO RSVP CLICK HERE
COST:  FREE - Donations are appreciated and strongly encouraged. Your donation is a way to ensure great programs like this continue. By providing even a small donation, you can make a difference in our arts and educational programming that makes a big impact on our community. Thank you! 

 

March 2020,  due to the COVID pandemic, we postponed the Molly Blank Concert featuring Perla Batalla performing In The House of Cohen, a tribute to the music of Leonard Cohen. We are happy to announce the performance is now scheduled for the 15th of August and you are invited. Hallelujah!

This performance will be Live Streamed so you can watch it on your screens at home or anywhere you are. 

In lieu of admission we are asking everyone to support this program through a donation to The Breman Museum.  To donate CLICK HERE or Text the message ‘1836’ to 44321. 

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Perla Batalla consistently earns critical acclaim for her unique voice and culture-merging compositions. Formerly a Leonard Cohen back-up singer, the Los Angeles born vocalist launched her solo career with Cohen’s encouragement. Since then she’s recorded seven albums, been featured in films and television, and taken her unique sound on tour in some of the most prestigious venues around the world. The L.A. times writes, “Batalla is comfortable in both English and Spanish, proud of her mestiza heritage, musically adventurous and always accompanied by impeccable performers…. above all, she is a born storyteller with a rambunctious sense of humor.”

 

Watch Perla's personal message to fans at the Breman Museum below.

 

 

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