Susana Baca confirms rare London show

Susana Baca returns to London for her first show in the UK's capital for many years, with a performance at The Jazz Cafe to open the 2023 La Linea Festival.

Created in 2001 by Como No to showcase the Latin contribution to the wider musical world and to celebrate new artists, new collaborations and new projects, La Linea has built a global reputation for bringing together a host of outstanding Latin music artists in London every April and May.

Alongside the three-time Latin Grammy winning Susana Baca, this year’s festival features Oscar winner Jorge Drexler, Netflix star Emicida, British-Colombian ensemble Mestizo, 18-piece Afro Cuban New Regency Orchestra, and much more.

Susana Baca marked the 50th year of her illustrious career in 2021 with the release of her award-winning and critically acclaimed album Palabras Urgentes, on Real World Records, so this rare appearance in London is not to be missed.

Susana Baca, live at The Jazz Cafe, 21 April, 2023.


Featured release

  • Palabras Urgentes

    Susana Baca

    Released 08 October 2021

    In the 50th year of her musical career Susana Baca has no intention of surrendering her creativity to the will of others and Palabras Urgentes is not just another album in her discography. It is more than that. It is a musical creation, a collection of songs, intended to take on today’s difficult times.

By Online Editor

Main image: Susana Baca performing at Cartagena de Indias 2016. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Published on Sat, 21 January 23

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