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Kansas City PBS Brings Alt-Rock Band Making Movies Into Your Living Room with New Concert Special

Kansas City PBS is thrilled to present En La Sala, a new hour-long concert special that blends classic rock, Latin American rhythms and African-derived percussion into an intimate live musical experience. En La Sala premieres on Thursday, March 28, at 8 p.m. on Kansas City PBS Channel 19.1.
“Making Movies is a stellar rock band that always delivers an amazing show,” said Kliff Kuehl, President and CEO of Kansas City PBS. “We are excited to present this one-of-a-kind concert experience to our audience.”
Spanish for “in the living room,” En La Sala was filmed during a surprise show at the Folly
Theater in downtown Kansas City. The concert includes performances from Making Movies and special guest Asdru Sierra of the Grammy Award-winning band Ozomatli.
“There’s always little elements of surprise, little magical moments that only arise in a live setting,” said Enrique Chi, Making Movies’ lead singer. “Filming En La Sala is the first time we have slowed down to really capture that magic.”
The international rock band will bring that same magic to Kansas City PBS’ living room on
March 29 for a sold-out performance featuring an exclusive conversation with the band members, including vocalist Enrique Chi, bassist Diego Chi, percussionist Juan-Carlos Chaurand and drummer Duncan Burnett.
En La Sala was produced by AMERI’KANA, a production house created by Making Movies to highlight the talent of Black and brown musicians and benefit Making Movies’ youth nonprofit organization, Art as Mentorship.
To learn more about En La Sala, visit kansascitypbs.org/enlasala.

Kansas City PBS lleva banda de rock alternativo Making Movies a su sala con nuevo concierto

Kansas City PBS se complace en presentar En La Sala, un nuevo concierto especial de una hora de duración que combina rock clásico, ritmos latinoamericanos y percusión de origen africano en una experiencia musical íntima en vivo. En La Sala se estrena el jueves 28 de marzo a las 8 p.m. en el canal 19.1 de Kansas City PBS.
“Making Movies es una banda de rock estelar que siempre ofrece un espectáculo increíble”, dijo Kliff Kuehl, presidente y director ejecutivo de Kansas City PBS. “Estamos entusiasmados de presentar esta experiencia de concierto única en su tipo a nuestra audiencia”.
En La Sala fue filmada durante un espectáculo sorpresa en el Folly Theatre en el centro de Kansas City. El concierto incluye actuaciones de Making Movies y el invitado especial Asdru Sierra de la banda ganadora del premio Grammy Ozomatli.
“Siempre hay pequeños elementos de sorpresa, pequeños momentos mágicos que sólo surgen en un escenario en vivo”, dijo Enrique Chi, cantante principal de Making Movies. “Filmar En La Sala es la primera vez que bajamos el ritmo para capturar realmente esa magia”.
La banda de rock internacional traerá esa misma magia a la sala de estar de Kansas City PBS el 29 de marzo para una presentación con entradas agotadas que incluirá una conversación exclusiva con los miembros de la banda, incluido el vocalista Enrique Chi, el bajista Diego Chi, el percusionista Juan-Carlos Chaurand y el baterista Duncan Burnett.
En La Sala fue producida por AMERI’KANA, una productora creada por Making Movies para resaltar el talento de los músicos negros y morenos y beneficiar a la organización juvenil sin fines de lucro de Making Movies, Art as Mentorship.
Para obtener más información sobre En La Sala, visite kansascitypbs.org/enlasala.


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