Korina Zambrano bids farewell to Boston in her final performance in the US of the year. The night’s journey begins with the tranquil arrangements of artist Dumbest Fella Alive, noted for their skillful and charming finger-picking style and poetic lyricism. Then, the audience can be sure to feel the electricity of powerful punk rock-artist Lou Mace, charging the room with their dynamite vocals and accompanying band. The evening culminates with the sincere and raw performance of indie-folk artist Korina Zambrano, capturing human experience and emotion and challenging you to laugh, cry, and love earnestly.

Korina Zambrano is a Boston based independent folk singer and songwriter, delivering a unique package of yearning and enchanting vocals with a vision of intentional, raw sound. With the infused traditional instrumentation, listeners will feel comfort in the folksy mix and calculated lyrics of her music. Korina is most inspired by artists including Wolf Alice, Adrienne Lenker, boygenius, Jeff Buckley, Flipturn, Samia, Soccer Mommy, Peach Pit, Flyte, and Adam Melchor. Self-taught on guitar and piano, Korina’s journey as a songwriter began at the age of 15. Since then, she has released her debut and second singles, Hey Missy and Semi, and began performing across Boston with the accompaniment of her band. Be sure to track artist updates on the release of her upcoming singles and debut EP, Do the Bees Bite?

Instagram: @korinazambrano

This event is All Ages  // Valid ID required for alcoholic beverages

Doors 7:00 PM 

Show 7:30 PM 

Show will begin no later than 10 minutes of showtime.

Wheelchair Accessibility: Please call the host at (617) 628-4444 to let you in through the elevator in The Gorin Building.