Marta Gomez

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The Jazz Club at the Multicultural Arts Center is pleased to welcome back Columbian singer and songwriter Marta Gómez for a performance on December 14, 2013, 8pm. Having been praised by the media as “a remarkable new talent with a sublime voice” (L.A. Times) and “a sensitive singer of irreproachable taste” (The Chicago Tribune), Marta Gómez is once again bound to captivate with her talent, presenting songs from a new album (Este Instante) along with music from her last two albums and children’s album Coloreando.

Marta started singing when she was 4 in her native city of Cali, Colombia. After obtaining a Best Achievement Scholarship, she later on graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Berklee College of Music. Today she is an accomplished singer and author of over 80 songs, mixing rhythms that range from Latin Jazz to authentic folk Latin American music.

Tickets: $25/$20 for  students (with ID), seniors (65+), JazzBoston members (with membership cards). Tickets are sold online at www.multiculturalartscenter.org/events (until one hour before the performance) and at the box office at the Multicultural Arts Center.

Public Transportation and Parking Information: MAC is located one block from Lechmere (Green Line), and within walkable distance from Red Line (Kendall/MIT). Parking is on-street or available at the Spring Street Garage at a reasonable charge one block away from the Center.

Marta Gomez
Event Category: Live Music
When: December 14, 2013
Time: 8:00pm
Where: Multicultural Arts Center
More Info: http://www.multiculturalartscenter.org/events
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MulticulturalArtsCenter


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