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"Stern's appearance produced the kind of lightning you could have experienced in the '60s when everything seemed possible and hope was in the air." —The New York Times
Political, outspoken and passionate, Chilean singer-songwriter and activist Nano Stern has created his own musical language – an otherworldly sound that blends the youthful exuberance of folk music mixed with years of classical and jazz training against the powerful force of traditional Chilean revolutionary songs. What has emerged is a brilliantly layered confluence of indigenous African, European and North and South American musical influences that reverberate with a soulfulness and originality unlike any other South American artist performing today. He appeared with Joan Baez in 2016 at her 75th birthday celebration at the Beacon Theater in New York where she praised him as “the best young Chilean songwriter of his generation.”
Funds provided by the José Luis Nazar Endowment for the Performing Arts.
Photo Credit: Emilson Da Silva