11
Wednesday
May
6:00 pm
Carmen Borla
Album Release and Listening Party

Minton's playhouse
206 West 118th Street

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1st Performance:
Doors Open at 6PM
Show Starts at 7:30 PM

2nd Performance:
Doors Open at 8:30PM
Show Starts at 9:30 PM

Tickets: $20

($20 Minimum Spend Per Guest)

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Carmen Borla is an Argentinian artist whose life is devoted to telling stories. Through singing, writing and acting she focuses on digging deep into the human experience.

She recently released her first solo album titled “Words”

“A single word can change a whole sentence, so I thought it would be very powerful to use that as the name of the album. At the end of the day, that’s what I did with this project: I collected words and sentences that lived in me and my notebooks for a long time and pieced them together into songs,” ends the artist.

Carmen has spent part of her career in theater and film, performing at various festivals and working in collaborations. Musically, she collaborated with PJ Rose on three songs on an album: Odyssey (An electro Symphonic Journey), Nocturne (which explores a bit of her classical vocal sound), Drown, Intrepid (with lyrics written by Carmen). She also took part in an album of chanted meditations recordings called “Shivers” from the “Mind Massage” platform with the song “Breath”. In 2018, she recorded “Rooted” where Carmen co-wrote with her friend Zachary Murdock. She also collaborated with him in his project Cowlick, in the song “Home” from his album “No, I Won’t Be Home for Christmas but I Love You”. In 2019, she was part of a workshop at the Public Theatre called “BARS” where she met great friends and collaborators.