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Nano Stern

Sunday, November 05, 2017

Event starts at 5:00 p.m. 
$22 in advance $20 at the door Price at the door:  $20.00

The Alhambra Palace Restaurant
1240 West Randolph Chicago, IL 60607
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ALERT  We apologize but were experiencing technical difficulties with advanced ticket sales for this event. Please come to the event and pay at the door. Thanks to Chile Amigos for supporting this event!

Sunday November 5, 5pm  

Nano Stern


Singer / songwriter Nano Stern is a Chilean artist riding the crest of the new wave of Chilean Song, with a devoted following that stretches out from Chile, into Latin America, north to Canada and the USA, over to Europe and down in Australia. His musical virtuosity, mesmerizing and charismatic live performances and his passionate and poetic advocacy for social justice result in a true and honest universal message, delivered with an intense energy and a high level of musicality, dwelling deeply into tradition whilst being contemporary with the passion of youth.


Nano's style is an Indie-Folk-Rock-Jazz fusion; deeply rooted in traditional Chilean music and inspired by legends Violeta Parra, Victor Jara and Inti-Illimani, yet combined with a host of influences absorbed from his travels around the world, as well as his early classical training and love for rock. Stern is an accomplished musician, playing a range of instruments from Spanish and electric guitars and violin to piano and Andean and Nordic flutes. Not to be underrated is the power and emotion that emanates from his vocal prowess and his intimate and rousing connection to his audiences.

Highly acclaimed as a recording artist, Nano released his 5th studio album, Mil 500 Vueltas on September 11th, 2015, featuring guests Jorge Drexler and Joan Baez. The CD immediately became #1 on iTunes Chile and was certified Gold.

“As he [Stern] and Ms. Baez sang it [Gracias a la Vida], their performance generated the kind of lightning you might have experienced at a joyful ‘60s hootenanny when everything seemed possible and hope was in the air. For a moment, the hush of depression lifted, the generational sense of defeat abated, and the concert came thrillingly alive”.  Stephen Holden, New York Times


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