Sanda Weigl is immersed in the musical traditions of her heritage: the gypsy songs of Romania, and the pieces penned by her uncle, Bertolt Brecht. For her debut at The Triad she will perform her brand new cabaret program featuring songs by Kurt Weill, Spoliansky, Hollander, Luz Casal and Edith Piaf.
Sanda has sold out shows at Joe's Pub, The Neue Galerie, The Knitting Factory, Drome and countless other venues in New York, Mexico and Europe. Join Sanda and her pianist Todd Almond for an enchanting evening that you won't soon forget.
"To call Weigl's voice 'powerful' would be an understatement...Her range, timbre and declamatory style makes for an intriguing presentation of passion and sexuality that is a synthesis of male and female... Her interpretations are dramatic, even theatrical, but never 'over the top'...Weigl's purpose is not to shock, but rather to communicate the vibrant life force inherent in the music. Which she does admirably, with an energy and panache that speaks of the intimate familiarity with the material." - BBC World Music