ANI CORDERO with ABRAHAM DORTA

GLOBAL/LOCAL SERIES

 

 

     

 

Friday, December 6, 2019

Doors at 7 pm I Show: 8 pm


The Sultan Room
234 Starr Street, Brooklyn


Tickets: $20 Advance | $25 Day of Show
 


Ani Cordero is a passionate Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, drummer, guitarist, and activist living in Brooklyn, NY. Ani was a founding member of the celebrated Mexican rock band Pistolera and recent drummer for the legendary Brazilian group Os Mutantes. Her critically-acclaimed albums have received attention from NPR's All Things Considered, Alt-Latino, Soundcheck, Billboard, USA Today, PRI’s The World, Brooklyn Vegan, and more. 

 

Abraham Dorta Abraham Dorta is a singer-songwriter from Arecibo, Puerto Rico. He took up the Puerto Rican cuatro at age 13 and started playing guitar and writing songs soon after. His introspective lyrics, intricate guitar playing, and gentle voice weave tales of love, loss, and survival. His most recent album, Juracán, was inspired by the  experience of living through Hurricane Maria and its aftermath.

 

 

 

 

 

The Global/Local series is dedicated to discovering and celebrating the international richness of the musicians and dancers living in the New York area. This series exposes these artists to wider audiences while celebrating the diversity of our city.