DIA welcomes Venezuelan performer Migguel Anggelo for an evening of 'Love & Hate'

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It’s nearly impossible to try and put Migguel Anggelo into a box or peg him as any one thing. The Venezuelan-born artist is best known for his barrier-breaking multicultural and multilingual theatrical music performances, which Aggelo started as early as age 13 when he scored the role of Pinocchio in a South American tour of the Broadway musical. Classically trained in schools throughout the world in music, dance, and theatre, Anggelo is a whirling dervish of disciplines and worldly narratives. His latest program, "So Close: Love & Hate," is a song cycle that features everything from Latin classics to Broadway, and even Bjork.

The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19 at the Detroit Institute of Arts; 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-833-7900; dia.org; Free with museum admission.

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