Sun, January 31st



Doors 7PM
Show 7:30PM
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15
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“Lights”, December 2015, (Coral Music Records)


“Lights”, written by Coral and produced by Sebastian Bazan  (Marc Anthony), is the first single on Coral’s newest album and it has already began receiving solid airplay in Argentina’s most listened to radio stations. The Album  contains all new bilingual material in the pop/dance genre…hot beats and a modern sound will make this Coral’s best work to date.  Coral is now promoting her new CD with great success doing live shows and TV appearances. Coral will share the stage with her New York Based band:

Daniel Garcia on guitar

Greg Gonzalez: drums

Treor Coen: Bass


Coral was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where she began her music and acting careers at a very young age. Between the ages of 8 and 16 she took singing lessons with Roberto Mazza; guitar, songwriting and theatre, as well. At 14, she began doing gigs in the city’s underground venues and also recorded jingles for TV spots. Her musical influences range from British rock, pop, jazz & folk, to Brazilian bossa-nova .



“Salir a Caminar” (Out for a Walk) SONY BMG

As a teen, Coral signed her first recording contract with SONY BMG and began her recording sessions for her first album “Salir a Caminar” (Out for a Walk). This LP was recorded and mixed in Buenos Aires and contained a total of 12 original tracks in the Spanish language.



“La Tercera” (The Third) POP ART

While Coral awaited the Buenos Aires release of “Salir a Caminar”, she flew to Miami where she eventually put together a band and started playing out and recording with great success. Coral had now decided to begin her bilingual music career in the US, and under Jerry Blair’s wing (well-established music promoter) this young rising star moved to New York City where she spent several months co-writing new material with well-known song crafters like Itaal Shur  (Santana) and  mastering her vocal technique with singing Professor Willian Riley, whose clientele include non-other  than Celine Dion, Whitney Houston and Liza Minelli, to name a few. On this new CD, Coral worked with top notch music producers Itaal Shur (Grammy Winner), Pete Miser (Dido) and Justin Filmer. Her new CD was named “La Tercera” (Third World Girl), it was produced and recorded in NYC in 2006 and contained 8 songs in Spanish and 3 in English.  “La Tercera” was released in Argentina in May of 2006 through Pop Art. The CD’s first single “Abril” got solid airplay on top radio station and its video was played on MTV, Much Music and Fuse among other music channels in Latin America and the US.



“Inside the C” (Independent Release)

In 2006, Coral recorded and independently released her first all-English EP, titled “Inside the C”, produced once again by Itaal Shur. Her first cut “Break and Give In” got solid airplay in the Hispanic radio stations in the US and its video got played by several music video channels and was named Buzzworthy by MTV.



“Volver” (To Return) BMV Prod. /EMI

In Sept. 2009, Coral moved back to Buenos Aires and released a new CD “Volver” in Argentina. This CD contained 9 songs in Spanish and 3 in English. All songs were written by Coral and produced by Itaal Shur (Grammy Award Winner) and Peter Miser (Dido), among others.  This was considered a major release for Coral, whose CD received solid radio play, heavy street promotion in advertisements, PR, Cable TV (4 music videos released), Top TV Stations (Pol-ka) and several televised live shows (Hot Festival, Festivities on 9 de Julio Avenue on Argentina’s 200 Year Anniversary…among others).  “Volver” was without a doubt a success, being nominated for the prestigious “Premios Gardel 2010” in the best female pop album category.



Rock & Dolls, Ozono Prod./DBN

In October, 2012, Coral released “Rock & Dolls”, a true representation of her career. This CD was musically spacious, energetic, fun and vulnerable, as well…a perfect balance between her “Rock” side and her “Doll” side (feminine). “Rock & Dolls” was written, recorded and produced in NYC and Buenos Aires.   All the tracks on this album were written by Coral and co-produced by her and Hernan Calvo, Itaal Shur (Santana) and Michael Bellar (As is Ensamble). Well-established recording artists were featured on this CD such as Juanchi Baleiron (Pericos), Juan Manuel Moretti (Estelares) and Stuka (Violadores). “Rock & Dolls´” major release and success led to Coral’s opening for Major Recording Artist “Joss Stone” two nights in a row at the prestigious Luna Park in Buenos Aires.



“Lights”, November 2014, Barca Discos (UNIVERSAL)

“Lights”, written by Coral and produced by Sebastian Bazan (David Bisbal, Marc Anthony), is the first single on Coral’s newest album and it has already began receiving solid airplay in Argentina’s most listened to radio stations.  The full length CD that’ll follow, due out in March 2015, will contain all new bilingual material in the pop/dance genre…hot beats and a modern sound will make this Coral’s best work to date.  Coral is now promoting her new CD with great success doing live shows and TV appearances.



Apart from her own releases, over the past decade Coral has been placing songs with well-established recording artists as well as with radio, TV and films. She has recently signed an exclusive contract with 5 top radio stations in Buenos Aires for whom she now writes and provides all their  jingles and Trade Mark music.

Coral’s list of song placements include:  1)“Let Your Body Go”, lead song on “Kings of South Beach” (film)-  Mr. Phil Ramone–music supervisor. 2) “Calla” featured in the Australian film “Waves”. 3) Coral co-wrote “Autos”, a single for the band “Volumen Cero”, which remained at the Number 1 spot on Bilboard’s Rock Chart for 10 weeks in a row. 4) Brenda K Starr’s “When Will You Love Me” was written by Coral…5) As well as “More Than This” for EMI’s recording artist “Ness” …among others. Coral was also signed to Universal Publishing as a “Songwriter of the New Millennium”,  through which her songs “Todo”, “Dar” and “Transparent” were licensed repeatedly for use on several films. 



Coral began her acting classes at the age of 12 with renowned acting coach Horacio Acosta. She also participated in several plays and workshops on improvisation at the “Centro Cultural Rojas”.  Between 2001 and 2008, Coral attended HD Studios, a prestigious school of arts in NYC. She completed her full time program in advanced stage performance and technique. Coral also appeared in TV spots, workshops and independent films. In 2010, Coral landed the coveted role of  “Paula” in the Argentinean TV hit “Malparida” (Pol-ka).

In 2011, Coral became the co -anchor in the entertainment segment of the TV show “Diario de la Tarde” aired on Channel 26…as well as in the popular TV show “Musica Magazine Pop”.



Coral’s live TV appearances include “Manifesto Rock”, “The Nuyorkers”, “Voices Among Us”, “Terra TV”, “Urban Latino TV”, “Suegras”, “Cada Dia con Maria Antonieta”, “El Show de Cristina”, “Telemundo”, “Quiero Mi Musica”, “Univision”, “Batanga TV”, “Latin Nation”, among others.



Coral has appeared in numerous interviews and articles which include: Clarin’s Si Supplement (top newspaper in Argentina),, Para Ti, UOL and Vuenosairez in Argentina, as well as The Daily News, BMI’s World, Miami Herald, Divino Magazine, Revista G7, La U Web, Revista Pronto,  Revista Caras, Boom Magazine, Mi Gente, Myspace,, Urban Latino Magazine, Latino University, Downtown Express and Alma Magazine in the US…among others.



Radio Disney, Radio Pop, 1037, FM Vida, Rock & Pop, 40 Principales, FM Palermo and FM 100 in Argentina…as well as FM Imaginaria, Boom Radio, Nacion Musical, Latino Mix, La Mega and Batanga in the US.



Luna Park Stadium, Niceto, La Trastienda, Boris Club de Jazz, Multiespacio Los Angeles, Quilmes Rock, Pepsi Music, Hot Festival, Av. 9 de Julio (Argentina’s 200 Anniversary) and Faena Hotal, in Argentina. In the US: Teatro de la Republica de Mexico, Joe’s Pub, Town Hall, SOB’s, Queens Theatre in the Park, Museo del Barrio, Lincoln Center, Pianos, CBGB’s, Bowery Ballroom, Cutting Room, Rockwood Music Hall, Bayfront Park, Tamani Park, Hard Rock Café, Hollywood Blvd, among others.



Joss Stone, Julieta Venegas, Bebel Gilberto, John Legend, George Benson and Darryl Tookes, Vicentico, Ratones Paranoicos, Cabas, Autenticos Decadentes, Babasonicos, Joe Vasconcelos, Natalia Lafourcade, Javier Garcia, Soraya, Pepe Alva, Si*Se, Volumen Cero, Soledad,  among others.