Performance: Orilla Group

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September 22 @ 6:00pm 7:00pm

Join us at The Dalí for a live musical performance by Orilla! We are welcoming Hispanic Heritage Month with a live concert, featuring classic and contemporary spanish songs. Join Ona Kirei (Spain) and Alejandro Arenas (Colombia) as they pay tribute to the rich Hispanic musical heritage through their interpretations of coplas, boleros, cumbias, tangos and more.

Location: The Dalí Museum’s Will Raymund Theater
Tickets: $5 for Museum members | $10 for non-members

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Orilla Musical Group poses with instruments on rocky coastline

Ona Kirei
Vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Ona Kirei has an exceptional ability to move the listener’s soul with her expressiveness and virtuosity. Her music pushes stylistic boundaries that showcase remarkable compositional and arranging skills while displaying a profound emotional connection that makes it readily accessible to any audience. She was born in Barcelona, but she’s quite literally a citizen of the world having lived in Spain, India, United Kingdom, and Austria, among other places. She has performed to critical acclaim in venues and festivals across Europe and the United States, winning several national and international awards along the way. Kirei also recorded her solo debut album, ‘Mirage’, featuring la Lucha, and co-produced with Alejandro Arenas, on July 2022. www.onakirei.com

Alejandro Arenas
Alejandro Arenas was born in Medellin, Colombia. He relocated to the US in 2001 where he became an in-demand upright and electric bassist. He has backed artists as diverse as Dick Hyman, Diego Figueiredo, Randy Brecker, Mary Stallings and Ken Peplowski among many others. In addition to being a composer and arranger, he is an adjunct professor for the MIRA Program at St. Petersburg College. He is also a co-leader of the award winning band La Lucha and has performed in many national and International festivals.