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Thursday, April 28, 2022  ·  8:00 PM CDT

Juana Molina

with Arthur Moon

4544 N Lincoln Ave · Gary and Laura Maurer Concert Hall · 773.728.6000

Juana Molina

Juana Molina is a singer/songwriter from Argentina whose atmospheric blend of folk, electronica, and experimental pop have brought her international acclaim. Her career trajectory has been a unique one with her initial success coming as a massively popular comedic actress in the early-1990s. The subsequent abandonment of her television career in 1996 flummoxed critics at home where her newly launched music career failed to take hold. Nevertheless, Molina's inventive and original songwriting was widely accepted outside of Latin America where, over the next two decades, she established herself as a critically-lauded recording and touring artist.

Championed by the likes of David Byrne and Will Oldham, her music — which, although it features elements of folk, ambient and electronica, is highly unique and personal. As the New York Times put it, Juana Molina doesn't imitate anyone. She has too much fun just being herself


Arthur Moon

Arthur Moon is the moniker of Lora-Faye Åshuvud, a multi-instrumentalist from New York. Åshuvud takes an intuitive and unusual approach to composition, melding pop, electronic, and experimental sensibilities to make music that is as unpredictable and playful as it is intricate and controlled. NPR's Bob Boilen says Arthur Moon "has the quirky freshness I first heard from New York artists such as Laurie Anderson and Talking Heads in the late 1970s and more recently with Dirty Projectors."