90.3 THE ROCK PRESENTS Donovan Frankenreiter

Donovan Frankenreiter

Ximena Sarinana

Monday, November 22, 2010

Bijou Theatre

Tickets: $19 without CD / $20 with CD, plus applicable service fees

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At this special show ticket buyers will have the opportunity to purchase Frankenreiter's new album Glow for only $1!

About Donovan Frankenreiter:

When Donavon Frankenreiter was 10 years old, he got his first surfboard. Six years later, he picked up his first guitar. It was the beginning of a wildly creative journey: His improvisational twin obsessions have carried him around the globe and into his fans' hearts. With the release of his fourth album, Glow, the 37-year-old singer/songwriter/pro surfer admits he still thrives on simply taking the plunge. "We don't have a set show, if we did, I would go crazy," he says. "You never know what's going to happen. I love that element of surprise with music and surfing – you never catch the same wave twice."

Ximena Sarinana:

She started acting in telenovelas at the age of 11 as the villain Mariela in Luz Clarita[2], starring Daniela Luján as the main character, Luz Clarita[4]. The following year, Sariñana acted in the telenovela María Isabel as Rosa Isela, with Adela Noriega as the main character, María Isabel[2]. Her final appearance on a telenovela was in 1998 on a telenovela entitled Gotita de amor (English: Droplet of Love) as Enriqueta[5]. At seventeen, after earning a scholarship for the Five Week Program of the Berklee College of Music, she composed three songs for the soundtrack of the Mexican movie Amar te duele where she also played the part of Mariana. Other important movies in which she acted were as Ximena in the 2001 film El Segundo Aire (English: A Second Chance[2]), Valetina in Niñas Mal (English: Bad Girls), all of which were directed by her father and written by her mother. She also appeared in a short film called De paso in 2005. In 2007, Ximena Sariñana acted in the movie Dos abrazos (English: Two Embraces[6]) directed by Enrique Begne. Dos abrazos won Sariñana an award for Best Female Actress at the 38th Diosas de Plata of Pecime awards.[7] The latest movie in which she has acted is called Enemigos íntimos[2] (English: Close Enemies) and will be released on DVD in late 2008.

She went on to be part of the band Feliz No Cumpleaños (English: Happy Un-Birthday), a Mexican funk-jazz, pop-rock band she formed alongside old friends from the Academia de Musica Fermatta. She captivated the audience on television by performing "El Triste" (English: The Sad One), originally performed by Mexican icon José José.

An article in Rolling Stone España in February 2009 featured Sariñana, and in March she was a feature vocalist with Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Group on a tour of Europe. Sariñana expanded further into international stardom when she graced the cover of Venus Zine's Summer 2009 issue, transcending national boundaries to make her mark in American media.