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Diana Krall

  • Diana Krall

  • Diana Krall

    Diana Krall

“[Krall is] known for her breathy vocal style and red-hot piano solos”
– The Charleston Gazette
“Ms. Krall's supple keyboard solos trickle in and out of the orchestration like pianistic pillow talk.”
– The New York Times
“This is no ordinary “sit at the piano and plunk out some tunes” kind of evening. Far from it.”
– The Toronto Star
“With her lioness mane of blond hair and that gait of hers that’s part seductive slink and part confrontational swagger, she manages to hold the house in thrall.”
– The Toronto Star
“The casual bravura with which she slides from a rousing bit of barrelhouse blues to some tasty jazz filigree is a reminder of what an accomplished keyboard virtuoso she is.”
The Toronto Star
“Krall has, over the years, become jaw-droppingly natural, sometimes silly, incredibly present, in-the-moment, and flat-out endearing.”
– The Calgary Herald
“A throwback jazz singer and a swinging pianist!”
– The New York Times
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Intermissions: 1
  • Parental Guide: All Ages

The Adrienne Arsht Center provides this information to help you make informed decisions when bringing young people to performances. These are recommendations – you are the expert in deciding what your children should see and know best how to help them enjoy their theatergoing experience. Every guest, regardless of age, must have a ticket; babies-in-arms are not admitted to any performance.

Monday, January 1

“A formidable pop-jazz traditionalist who suggested a hybrid of Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole and Oscar Peterson”
– The New York Times

Multi-platinum jazz artist Diana Krall returns to the Arsht Center following the release of her new album, Wallflower. The album will include the Eagles' "Desperado," the Mamas & the Papas' "California Dreamin," Bob Dylan’s “Wallflower,” Elton John's "Sorry Seems to Be The Hardest Word" and Harry Nilsson's "Everybody's Talkin',” as well as a new composition by Paul McCartney, “If I Take You Home Tonight.”

Krall last performed at the Arsht as part of the inaugural Live at Knight season on her Glad Rag Doll World Tour. She has sold more albums than any other female jazz artist in the last 30 years; Universal Music says that “Krall’s unique artistry has not only made her one of the most recognizable artists of modern jazz but it has also transcended any one particular style of music.”

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