Roc Nation recording artist Maeta is gifting L.A. with an unforgettable concert by candlelight this summer.
Celebrate the return of indoor performances with a breathtaking Candlelight concert at the iconic Orpheum Theater. In this special edition, rising singer-songwriter Maeta, accompanied by a local string quartet, will entrance audiences with R&B covers and moving songs from her latest EP, Habits.
Guests will be immersed in an atmospheric setting bathed in candlelight while listening to the world’s greatest R&B songs. For the safety of all attending music lovers, the space will be illuminated with LED candles.
Roc Nation recording artist Maeta first captivated audiences with her deep ballads, evoking the emotional ebb and flow of everyday life. Her most recent release chronicles the throes of transitioning into adulthood with a fresh air of confidence. Starting with songs like “Teen Scene,” produced by Kaytranada and moving into songs like “Doesn’t Mean A Thing,” produced by Teddy Walton.
You’ll be taken on an hour-long journey by her sultry voice accompanied by the soothing sounds of the Orchid Quartet. It’s hard to think of a more fitting venue to showcase her musical evolution than the restored 1920s Orpheum Theater on South Broadway, glowing with countless candles.
The two shows take place on June 17th, 2021 with the first at 6 p.m. and the second at 9 p.m.