Peru's superstar swings by Town Hall

The genre of musica criolla is an amorous, spare blend of indigenous Peruvian, African, and Spanish sounds—and in Peru, it is more succinctly defined as Eva Ayllón. The Lima singer/songwriter is one of her country's most iconic musicians, a star who boasts three Latin Grammy nominations and more than 20 albums in her discography. Her 1977 debut, Kipus y Eva, is widely regarded as a touchstone of musica criolla and Latin music overall; backed by a 12-piece ensemble at Town Hall, she will celebrate its legacy and her majestic career.
Fri., Oct. 8, 8 p.m., 2010
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