Music/Dance
November 1, 2:00pm and 7:00pm
LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL WEEK OPENING EVENT
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS by Calpulli Dance Company
Calpulli Mexican Dance Company makes its debut at the Aaron Davis Hall in West Harlem with an emotive program - Dia de los muertos - evoking the unending relationship between the living and the departed. Passionate live music, comical characters, amazing dance, and surprises for all ages.
Aaron Davis Hall at the City College Center for the Arts
160 Convent Ave, Manhattan
Admission;$25.00 - $35.00. Speical discount for LACW attendees: $30 Orchestra seats using discount code: pamar. Discount code will be valid up until the day of the performance.
Purchase Tickets
www.calpullidance.org
Music
November 1 & 2 from 12pm - 7pm
MANO A MANO PRESENTS DAY OF THE DEAD
Join us for our annual Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) celebration in New York City. Come and remember your own departed loved-ones and bring copies of photographs and marigold flowers to adorn our community altar throughout the celebration.
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
131 East 10th Street, Manhattan
Free Admission; Mexican Foods and crafts on sale
www.manoamano.us
November 1 & 2
ALTAR DE DÍA DE MUERTOS EN EL CONSULADO DE MÉXICO
The Mexican Consulate General in NY will present an "altar" to celebrate the Day of the Dead
Mexican Consulate General
27 E. 39th Street, Manhattan
Admission; $20.00
www.mciny.org
November 1, 7:30pm 
INSTRUMENTS OF THE PEOPLE
Instruments Of the People is a multicultural musical event featuring Francisco Roldán (guitar) and Danny Mallon (percussion) playing a variety of music including Bambuco, Blues, Danza, Joropo, Porro, Tango from Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Spain, the U.S.A. and Venezuela.  
Clemente Soto Velez Center
107 Suffolk Street, NYC, 2nd floor gallery, Manhattan
Admission; $20.00
www.franciscoroldan.com
November 3, 7:30pm 
ENTRETEJIENDO/INTERWEAVING
Songs from Colombia, Cuba, England, Puerto Rico, Spain and the U.S.A with soprano singer Gretchen Farrar and guitarist Francisco Roldán
Clemente Soto Velez Center
107 Suffolk Street, NYC, 2nd floor gallery, Manhattan
Admission; $20.00
www.franciscoroldan.com
November 3, 8:00pm 
AUBREY JOHNSON & CESAR GARABINI BRAZILIAN DUO
Guitarist Cesar Garabini (of Brazil and Italy) and vocalist Aubrey Johnson(a Wisconsin native) relocated to NY in 2011 and teamed up to create a colorful and unique Brazilian-jazz duo project featuring fresh takes on samba, bossa nova, and choro.
Whynot Coffee & Wine Art Gallery
175 Orchard Street (between Houston and Stanton Streets)
Admission; $10.00
www.hashi-productions.com
November 3, 8:00pm 
NILKO ANDREAS SOLO GUITAR RECITAL
Nilko Andreas Guarin will perform Solo Concert pieces by J.S. Bach, Uribe Holguin, A. Barrios, Leo Brouwer, H. Villa-lobos, G. Montana, F. Schubert and Alba Potes
Tolani
410 Amsterdam Ave, Manhattan
Admission; $20.00
www.nilkoandreas.com
November 4, 7:00pm 
CRE. ART PROJECT EMSEMBLE WITHIN THE MUSIC SERIES, PLAY LOUD!
Musicians Guillermo Laporta, Tagore Gonzalez and David Orrico have created a multidisciplinary project that connects chamber music with theatre, dance, and audiovisual elements to evoke a multisensory experience.
Instituto Cervantes
211 E. 49th Street, Manhattan
General Admission; $20.00 | ICNY Members: $10.00.
newyork.cervantes.org
www.aeny-elpuente.org
November 4, 8:00pm 
CANTA LIBRE CHAMBER ENSAMBLE CELEBRATES LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL WEEK
Music for flute, harp and strings featuring the music of Heitor Villa-Lobos, Alberto Ginastera, Astor Piazzolla and more.
Christ and St. Stephen's Church
120 W. 69th Street (between Columbus Avenue & Broadway)
Admission;$15.00 at the door, cash only.
www.cantalibre.org
November 5, 8:00pm - 11:00pm 
WHYNOT TANGO JAM SESSION
HASHI Productions presents a unique, weekly Argentine Tango jam session. On November 5, Maurizio Najt (piano), Rodolfo M. Zanetti (bandoneon), and Zac Selissen (guitar) will be leading the jam. Our beautiful wooden floor welcomes dancers to join the evening.
Whynot Coffee & Wine Art Gallery
175 Orchard Street (between Houston and Stanton Streets)
Admission;$10.00
www.hashi-productions.com/
November 5, 7:00pm
BOHEMIAN TRIO WITHIN THE MUSIC SERIES, PLAY LOUD!
Accomplished composers Yosvany Terry (saxophone & chékere), Yves Dharamraj (cello), and Orlando Alonso (piano) have created new musical works from a broad range of genres: Classical, Afro-Cuban, Tango, Rock, Jazz & Electronic.
Instituto Cervantes
211 E. 49th Street, Manhattan
General Admission;$20.00 | ICNY Members: $10.00
newyork.cervantes.org
www.aeny-elpuente.org
November 5, 8:00pm
JUAN PABLO HORCASITAS SOLO PIANO RECITAL: MUSIC FROM MEXICO, ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL
Mexican concert pianist Juan Pablo Horcasitas performing music from Mexico, Argentina and Brazil. The program includes music by Juan Pablo Contreras, Manuel M. Ponce, Samuel Zyman, Astor Piazzolla and Heitor Villa-Lobos.
Engelmann Recital Hall at the Baruch Performing Arts Center
55 Lexington Avenue (entrance on 25th street between Lexington and 3rd avenue) Manhattan
Admission;$20.00
www.jphorcasitas.com
November 6, 7:00pm
ARGENTO CHAMBER ENSEMBLE WITHIN THE MUSIC SERIES, PLAY LOUD!
Argento is New York City's virtuoso ensemble dedicated to innovative musical performance and discovery of daring artistic paths. Championing cutting-edge contemporary composers, as well as framing classical repertoire in new contexts, Argento inspires the public's musical inquiry through education, mentorship, technology, and dialogue.
Instituto Cervantes
211 E. 49th Street, Manhattan
General Admission;$20.00 | ICNY Members: $10.00
newyork.cervantes.org
www.aeny-elpuente.org
November 6, 12:00pm
CORCHO PRESENTS WOMEN IN LATIN JAZZ UPTOWN KICKOFF
Corcho Wine Room & AAABeans Presents pre kick off performance of Women in Latin Jazz Uptown! Featuring Annette A Aguilar and StringBeans 4te, .Latin Brazilian Jazz at its best!
El Corcho Wine Room
227 Dyckman st Manhattan
Donations gladly accepted RSVP 212 203-3371
www.aguilarstringbeans.com
www.corchowineroom.com
November 7, 6:30pm
WHIN MUSIC PROJECT - EL SISTEMA IN THE HEIGHTS CONCERT
Inspired by the renowned Venezuelan orchestral program known as El Sistema, the Washington Heights and Inwood (WHIN) Music Project was founded in August 2012 by Sistema Fellow ´11 David Gracia and became the first El Sistema program for the Northern Manhattan communities, serving since then an average of 150 students per week (ages 4 to 18). El Sistema in the Heights Concert will be an opportunity to hear perform our most advanced orchestras and ensembles (Children´s and Youth Orchestra and Camerata).
Our Saviour´s Atonement Lutheran Church
178 Bennett Avenue, Manhattan
Suggested Donation: $5.00
www.whinmusicproject.org
November 7, 7:30-10:30pm
ANNETTE A AGUILAR AND STRINGBEANS LATIN BRAZILIAN JAZZ DUO
Annette A Aguilar and StringBeans bringing the best Latin Brazilian Jazz to Northern Manhattan. Annette A Aguilar band leader percussionist with Guitarist Jonny Johannson We will have members of the group to join in on this special week! For PAMAR!
Garden Café Inwood
4961 Broadway @ 207th, Manhattan
No Cover, Family Dinning, wine and beer
www.aguilarstringbeans.com
www.gardencafeny.com
November 7, 7:00pm
JP JOFRE WITHIN TH MUSIC SERIES, PALY LOUD!
The virtuoso Argentine bandoneon player and composer JP Jofre has been hailed as one of today's leading artists by Lincoln Center and praised by The New York Times for his soulful, artful playing, capable of causing a triumphant standing ovation from audiences around the world.
Instituto Cervantes
211 E. 49th Street, Manhattan
General Admission $20.00 | ICNY Members: $10.00
newyork.cervantes.org
www.aeny-elpuente.org
November 9, 3pm
LATIN AMERICA IN SONG
Puerto Rican soprano Patricia Cay and Mexican-born pianist Max Lifchitz join forces for a special recital featuring art songs by composers from throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. The event is part of North/South Consonance's 35th season.
Christ & Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church
120 W 69th Street, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.northsouthmusic.org
November 9, 3:00pm
DUO CANTABILE PRESENTS GUITAR AND SONGS FROM LATIN AMERICA
Duo Cantabile, Lauri Aguirre (soprano) and Mariano Aguirre (classical guitar) present a recital of songs and guitar solos from Latin America. Featuring works by composers from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela.Highlights of the program include the song "Cucurrucucú Paloma" and the aria "Bachiana Brasileira".
Brooklyn Music School
126 Saint Felix Street, Brooklyn
Free Admission
www.marianoaguirreguitar.com/duo-cantabile
www.brooklynmusicschool.org
November 9, 3:00pm
BRONX PIANO SUNDAYS
Master pianists play our Steinway & Sons grand piano, custom selected to fit the unique dimensions and acoustic temperature of our theater.
Pregones Theater
575 Walton Avenue, between 149th & 150th, Bronx
Free Admission
www.pregonesprtt.org
November 16
PASIONES/PASSIONS
Two tenors and one baritone sing great Latin American love songs to Latin America. Featuring Juan Valencia, musical director and pianist. Hector Palacio, tenor Humid Rodriguez, tenor, Ricardo Rosa, baritono/baritone Sponsored by New York Business Club.
Opera America
330 7th Avenue, Manhattan
Admission $25.00
www.juanvalencia.org
Film
November 4 & 5
IART EXHIBITION & SCREENING OF THE BRAZILIAN-JAPANESE DIRECTOR TIZUKA YAMAZAKI'S FILMS
A program to learn about the history of Japanese immigration in Brazil. The artist chosen to be honored in 2014 is film director Tizuka Yamazaki (1949- ). A Group Exhibition will be displayed together with a screening of Tizuka's films and lectures. Free Admission, Please visit our website for hours and schedule.
Saphira Studio
4W 43rd Street, Manhattan (between 5th & 6th Avenues) – Ground Floor
Free Admission Please visit our website for hours and schedule.
www.saphirastudio.com
Visual Arts
October 8, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
IMMIGRANTS: REINVENTING AMERICA
Join us for an art exhibition acknowledging and celebrating the contributions made by multiethnic cultures to the New World. The United States has been built and rebuilt, shaped and reshaped by immigrants for a new America. This exhibition invites artists regardless of country of origin to share their immigrant experience.
Empire State College
177 Livingston Street, 6th floor, Brooklyn
Free Admission
www.esc.edu
October 29, 6:30pm
BE PART 2014
Be Part 2014, hosted by American Friends of the Bambi Homes, is the 4th Annual art auction, which benefits unprivileged children in Colombia. Supported by Christie's, the world famous auction house, 40 artworks will be presented for live auction as well as 15 works for silent auction. Columbia's Ambassador to the United Nations, Maria Emma Mejia, will preside over the events. All profits will benefit the development of a new Bambi Home in Cali, Colombia.
The Gabarron Foundation
49 East 38th Street, Manhattan
Admission $100 if purchased before October 24, $120 at the door ($50 dollars tax deductible)
bambihomescolombia.org/
November 3, 10, 17 & 24, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
LITERARY CULTURAL INTERACTIVE MONDAYS AND ART EXHIBIT
David Aquino Art Exhibit Opening. A night of music, art and poetry appreciation, celebrating our Latin/Pan-American Culture & artistic talent.
Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano, Inc
619 W 145th Street, Manhattan
Free Admission
en.artscad.com/@/DavidAquinoS
November 6, 7 & 8
2014 LATIN ART FAIR
Exhibition displaying Art, Fashion, Craft, Opera, Theatre, Performance and Music bringing together a remarkable diversity of styles and techniques. 
Saphira Studio
4 W 43rd Street, Manhattan (between 5th & 6th Avenues) – Ground Floor
Free Admission, Please visit our website for hours and schedule
www.saphirastudio.com
November 6 & 7, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
LIGHTING THE ROAD – ART INSTALLATION BY NANCY SALEME & PATRICIA CAZORLA
Free art tours will be offered to view a 45 feet long mural homage to the Latino immigrant farm workers. Sponsored by the Garment District NYC Space for Public Art, National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures and the Port Authority of NY & NJ
Port Authority of NY & NJ
north side, second floor, near the 300 Gates
Free Admission
nancysaleme.wix.com/nancy-saleme-art
patcazorla.wix.com/patricia-cazorla-art
www.garmentdistrictnyc.com/art-design
www.galeriagalou.com
Until November 19
Gallery hours Mon-Fri, 11am-6pm and by appointment
SELFLESS SELFIES
The exhibit presents black-and-white images by uptown photographers that narrate stories from their own uptown communities, from the quotidian to the extraordinary. Curated by Uptown photographer Michael Palma.
Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance
178 Bennett Ave. 3 Floor, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.nomaanyc.org
Dance
November 1, 8:30pm – 2am
Beginner Class: 8:30pm
Milonga: 9:30 pm - 2am
92Y TANGO – BUENOS AIRES MILONGA HOSTED BY KARINA ROMERO
This special milonga (a party where dancers go to dance tango) includes a free beginner class and dancing late into the evening. Open to all levels.
92Y Street
1395 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
Admission $15.00
www.dardogallettostudios.com
November 7-16
ARGENTINE DANCE SEMINARS & PERFORMANCES
Masters Gabriel Misse & Analia Centurion
Dardo Galletto Studios
151 W 46th Street, 11th Floor, Manhattan
Individual Seminar: $100
Complete Seminar package: $500 with additional seminar packages available
www.dardogallettostudios.com
Literature/Conferences
November 1, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
CORDEL LITERATURE: A CORDA EM QUE A ALMA DO BRASIL MODULA O SEU CANTAR
7:00pm, 1- Opening Reception / 7:15pm, 2- Reading and Performance presenting the Cordel poem: "Auto da Compadecida,"1955 by Ariano Suassuna (1927-1914). Performance and reading by renowned cordelists Dr. Luis Alcoforado and Nubia Santana
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
240 East 52nd Street, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.brazilianendowment.org
November 3, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
CORDEL LITERATURE: A CORDA EM QUE A ALMA DO BRASIL MODULA O SEU CANTAR
Group Reading and performance for Cordel poem "O Pavão Misterioso."
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
240 East 52nd Street, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.brazilianendowment.org
November 4, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
CORDEL LITERATURE: A CORDA EM QUE A ALMA DO BRASIL MODULA O SEU CANTAR
7:00pm-7:30pm: The famous children's book writer Maura de Sousa read's from her brother Maurício de Sousa's book: "A Peleja do Violeiro Chico Bento e o Rabequeiro Zé Lele," the last book in Cordel poem. 7:30pm-8:00pm: Closing Reception
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
240 East 52nd Street, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.brazilianendowment.org
Theater
November 1, 8:00pm
LA NENA SE CASA" (OUR LITTLE GIRL IS GETTING MARRIED)
La nena se casa is a cleverly cruel comedy about a desperate father who will do absolutely anything to marry off one of his three spinster daughters. Love is blind and in this case, it's blind, dangerous, and hilarious! Full of wit, wild characters, and plenty of over the top twists and turns; this play is a wicked look at the absurd choices people can make to maintain social appearances.
Repertorio Español
138 E. 27 Street, Manhattan
Tickets start at $15
www.repertorio.org
November 2, 2:30pm
"BÉSAME MUCHO"
A new concert celebrating the musical contributions of female Latin American composers María Grever (Júrame, Alma mía); Consuelo Velázquez (Bésame mucho, Cachito); Violeta Parra (Gracias a la vida); Chabuca Granda (Fina estampa, La flor de la canela); Margarita Lecuona (Babalú); Isolina Carrillo (Dos gardenias para ti); María Elena Walsh (Manuelita la tortuga); Sylvia Rexach (Olas y arena, Di corazón) and many more. Performed by extraordinary singers with live music.
Repertorio Español
138 E. 27 Street, Manhattan
Tickets start at $15
www.repertorio.org
November 7, 8:00pm
November 8, 8:00pm
November 9, 2:30pm
"SU NOMBRE SERA SU SOMBRA PARA SIEMPRE" (YOUR NAME WILL FOLLOW YOU HOME)
Javier and Alvaro are trying to unearth the true identity of Danny Santiago, a mysterious young Chicano writer. When they discover that Danny is not who he claims to be, they must reimagine their own identities as Latino storytellers. Based on a true story.
Repertorio Español
138 E. 27 Street, Manhattan
Tickets start at $15
www.repertorio.org