Cristina Pato in concert

Cristina Pato in concert

A pop star of the Spanish bagpipes, Pato’s musical influences of jazz and Latin sounds represent a portion of her commitment to cultural exchange.

A pop star of the gaita (Spanish bagpipes) in her native Spain and dubbed by The Wall Street Journal as one of the living masters of the gaita, Cristina Pato’s musical influences of jazz and Latin sounds represent a portion of her commitment to cultural exchange.

Also a prolific pianist and composer, she is a core member of the Silk Road Ensemble. Pato says, It is so easy to see how we are all connected and speak the same language when it comes to the music. The energy builds during a performance, and I value the energy that flows between me, the audience, and the other players. That is a moment of pure magic.

Watch Cristina Pato & The Migrations Band perform Muiñeira for Cristina.

  • Music
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Sat, March 14, 2015
  • 8:00 pm

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Sixth & I, 600 I Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001
877-987-6487

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Buy tickets. Doors open at 7 pm; show starts at 8 pm.

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Presented by Washington Performing Arts. With the generous support of the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, the Abramson Family Foundation and an anonymous gift in appreciation of Douglas Wheeler’s continuing efforts on behalf of Washington Performing Arts.

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