Fri, March 10, 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pmLargo at the Coronet
Seat assignments begin at 6:00PM, Doors open for drinks at 7:00PM, Showtime at 8:30PM | When you arrive at Will Call on the night of the show, seats will be assigned first come first served, from the front of the theatre to the back. If you want to sit closer, be sure to come earlier. | NO LATE ENTRY * NO REFUNDS * NO EXCHANGES * SPECIAL GUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO CANCEL WITHOUT NOTICEhttp://www.largo-la.com/event/1413186/
Sabina was born in Rome, to a german mother and an italian father. She comments on her childhood: "I grew up singing to trees, donkeys, sheep and horses, so there isn't an audience I'm not prepared for.” After living in Italy, Germany and France, Sciubba lived in New York from 1999-2009, before returning to France. She is perfectly fluent in six languages: Italian, German, French, English, Spanish and Portuguese.
In 2003 she forms the group “Brazilian Girls” and becomes known for her unique voice and her signature multilingual storytelling.
She has been called 'enigmatic' and is noted for her sense of fashion, theatrical outfits, often made by herself.
In 2009, Brazilian Girls are nominated for the Grammy Award
in the Best Dance Recording category.
In 2014 she releases a self-produced solo recordings called ‘Toujours’.
The Boston Globe reviewer Rebecca Ostriker calls Sabina "a goddess",
Jon Pareles from the New York Times describes her
as nonchalant, sophisticated, elusive and resolutely hedonistic.
Uncut calls her "A Dietrich pour nos jours".
As Penelope, Sabina appears alongside Zach Galifianakis
in the TV series “Baskets” on FX Network.
Today Sabina Sciubba presents her new project
Largo at the Coronet
366 N La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90048