Special Performance: Xenia Rubinos

Special Performance: Xenia Rubinos

Around the Museum

Xenia Rubinos will be activating the large installation by Rashid Johnson titled, "Antione's Organ" when she play the piano within the sculpture on Wednesday, March 29th beginning at 11:00 a.m. Rubinos will have performed at the Record Bar in Kansas City the evening prior with special guest: La Guerre. 

About the Artist

Xenia Rubinos is a difficult-to-classify songwriter, keyboardist, and jazz-styled chanteuse based in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in Hartford, Connecticut in a household with Puerto Rican and Cuban heritage, she sings in both English and Spanish. Rubinos studied voice at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she met drummer Marco Buccelli, who played on her debut album, along with Adam Minkoff on bass. Arriving in 2013 via Ba Da Bing Records, Magic Trix delivered an inventive indie rock bricolage of jazz, hip-hop, funk, Caribbean rhythms, and electronics, and led to multiple tours across the U.S. and Europe. Her equally ambitious follow-up, Black Terry Cat, was released by Anti- in June, 2016.


NPR Tiny Desk Concert featuring Xenia Rubinos