Photo: Gizelle Hernandez

Off the 405: San Cha

Off the 405

GETTY CENTER

Saturday, August 24, 2019, at 6 pm

Museum Courtyard


Free | No ticket required


San Cha is a singer-songwriter known for her explosive, visceral and emotional live performances. Her name is derived from the Spanish word sancha which translates to ‘mistress’, and is also a reference to the title of ‘San’ given to male saints in the Catholic tradition. With a background in DIY and club scenes, San Cha filters a unique edge through her renditions of traditional Mexican rancheras delivered with a powerful stage presence and fabulously exaggerated aesthetics. Following the release of her record Capricho Del Diablo in 2018, San Cha was tapped by the Red Bull Music Academy to kick off their 2019 Los Angeles music festival. There, she debuted a two-act multimedia performance in downtown LA’s revamped cathedral, the Vibiana, inspired by the melodramatic telenovelas she devoured as a child. With a romance, a wedding, and a betrayal, this theatrical concert will be re-envisioned for the Getty courtyard stage, and double as a celebration of San Cha’s forthcoming album of new music. Special guests and DJs will start the party for what will be an over-the-top and unforgettable performance.

Watch: San Cha, "Capricho del Diablo."


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