Music / Dance
October 23, 7:00pm
POLLY FERMAN’S GLAMOURTANGO
GlamourTango is a unique all-female international multimedia music and dance show with live projections and animations exclusively designed to pay homage to women in Tango. The ultimate homage to Women's empowerment.
(Le) Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker Street, Manhattan
Admission: Advance $20 seated, $15 Standing | Day of the show $25 seated, $20 standing
Seated tickets have a two item minimum
Tickets
www.glamourtango.com

November 3, 6:30pm
LACW 16 PRE-OPENING EVENT
EDDY MARCANO'S CD RELEASE CONCERT:¡VIVA ALDEMARO ROMERO! ¨ONDA NUEVA¨/TARDE TINTA
¡Viva Aldemaro! is a journey using the violin with a compendium of the best from the beautiful, refreshing instrumental and vocal music of maestro Aldemaro Romero led by Eddy Marcano (violin) with José Layo Puente (double bass), Daniel Prim (percussion) and Baden Goyo (piano) SPECIAL GUESTS: Carmela Ramírez (vocals) Jorge Polanco (cuatro)
NYPL - Inwood Branch,
4790 Broadway, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.nypl.org

November 5, 7:00pm - 2:00am
OPENING EVENT - 11th annual Latin American Cultural Week in NYC / 3rd annual Shall We Tango NYC

Quinteto Leopoldo Federico + 2 Dancers (Ivan Ovalle & Gina Medina)
7:00pm- 8:00pm (directly from Colombia)

Tango Class by Karina Romero:
8:30pm - 9:00pm

Eddy Marcano Acoustic Quartet:
10:30pm (directly from Venezuela)

Gabriel Misse & Carla Espinoza Tango Dancers:
12:00am (directly from Argentina)

Flamboyán Theater, Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk St. (Lower Level), Manhattan
Admission: Advance $30, Day of the Show $40 (cash only)
Purchase Tickets

November 5, 2:00pm
BELLEZAS DE LAS AMÉRICAS
Mezzo soprano Anna Tonna and Colombian guitarist Francisco Roldán present “Belleza de las Américas,” a recital for guitar and voice that showcases composers of the Caribbean, South America and Central America as well as both historical and contemporary music from the United States.
NYPL - Washington Heights Branch,
1000 St. Nicholas Ave, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.annatonna.com
www.franciscoroldan.com
www.nypl.org

November 6, 2:00pm
AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF TANGO WITH BASSISTS PABLO ASLAN & EMILIO SOLLA
Grammy nominated Argentine bassist and Tango scholar Pablo Aslan presents a program of tangos from all eras, illustrating the 100+ years of evolution of this sensual music, song and dance form. Accompanied by Grammy nominated pianist and composer Emilio Solla, they will cover the origins of Tango, its evolution into a sophisticated dance genre, composers and styles, including the great Astor Piazzolla, and weave in stories and history to illuminate the musical richness of Tango's history.
NYPL - Inwood Branch
4790 Broadway, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.nypl.org

November 6, 3:00pm
DE SUR A NORTE!
A musical review of vocal and instrumental music from Tierra del Fuego to Spain!.
Flamboyán Theater, Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
Suffolk St. (Lower Level), Manhattan
Free Admission
www.flamart.org

November 11, 6:00pm
SIX PERSPECTIVES ON LATIN AMERICA
Alturas Duo (guitar and charango) and Chilean Javier Farias will perform music from Farias' oeuvre including the world premiere of two pieces written as a homage to the Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa. This program is funded in part by New Music USA.
NYPL - Inwood Branch
4790 Broadway, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.seismiradasporlatinoamerica.com
www.alturasduo.com
www.nypl.org

November 12, 2:00pm
BANDONEORAMA
Unique ensemble with four-bandoneón players led by Music Director/ Maestro Daniel Binelli with Rodolfo Zanetti, Javier Sánchez, Julien Labro. Repertoire includes J. S Bach, Igor Stravinsky, Astor Piazzolla, Daniel Binelli as well as other Tango arrangements.
NYPL - Fort Washington - Branch
535 West 179th Street, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.danielbinelli.com
www.nypl.org

November 13, 3:00pm
LATIN MUSIC CELEBRATION
Canta Libre is proud to return Latin American Cultural Week to present a varied and exciting music of Ginastera, Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos and more played by master musicians of harp, flute and string repertoire.
Christ and St. Stephen's Church
120 West 69th St btw Columbus Ave & Broadway, Manhattan
Admission $15
www.cantalibre.org

Visual Arts
September 28 - December 15
Opening reception - September 28 - 5:30-7:30pm
LA RAZA: EMBRACING DIVERSITY
Latinos also have unique cultures, yet they share common values rooted on family traditions and religious beliefs exquisite gastronomy and friendly spirit. This rich cultural diversity has become the shared identity of the Hispanic/Latino community as represented in this exhibit by the artists: Patricia Cazorla, Daisy Ferrer, Raul Manzano and Gabriel Rivera
Empire State College
177 Livingston St., 6 Floor, Brooklyn
Free Admission
www.esc.edu

Workshops
November 9, 6:00-8:00pm
CCCD CULTURAL EXPERIENCE TO URUGUAY
Learn about Uruguay’s culture, geography, history, gastronomy and much more.
Centro Cívico Cultural Dominicano
177 Livingston St., 6 Floor, Brooklyn
Free Admission
centrocivico.culturaldominicano

Theater
November 2-6 & 9-13
Thurs-Sat, 8pm. Sun, 5pm
SAVING RACHEL
A full length play by Atar Hadari. Synopsis: A brothel owner tries to go straight in order to win his daughter a respectable husband."
Tabernacle Theatre
551 Ft. Washington Ave, Manhattan
Admission: $20
www.UPtheater.org

November 5, 3:00pm
CRÓNICA DE UNA MUERTE ANUNCIADA
Play based on the late Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez' novel with the same name.
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
Admission: $15 - $68
Tickets
www.repertorio.nyc

November 5, 8:00pm
BURUNDANGA
A fun yet dark comedy that will have you laughing until the curtain closes.
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
Admission: $15 - $70
Tickets
www.repertorio.nyc

November 6, 2:30pm & November 12, 8:00pm
LA CANCIÓN
Narrates the story of Rafa, a young man​ from The Bronx, with a passion for urban music.
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
Admission: $15 - $70
Tickets
www.repertorio.nyc

November 10 & 12
7:30pm Artist Talk, 8pm Concert
THE SEVENTH SEAL-OPERA
The International Brazilian Opera Company presents “The Seventh Seal-Opera,” inspired by the Ingmar Bergman film of the same name
Scandinavia House
58 Park Ave, Manhattan
Admission: $20
brazilianopera.com

November 11, 8:00pm
EL AMOR EN LOS TIEMPOS DEL CÓLERA
Play based on the late Nobel winner Gabriel García Márquez’ epic tale of a secret love that must stand the test of time.
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th St, Manhattan
Admission: $15 - $65
Tickets
www.repertorio.nyc

November 12, 3:00pm
LA CASA DE BERNARDA ALBA
Federico García Lorca’s tragedy that unfolds in a cloistered world of women in 1930s Spain.
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th St, Manhattan
Admission: $15 - $65
Tickets
www.repertorio.nyc

November 13, 2:30pm
LA TÍA JULIA Y EL ESCRIBIDOR
Play based on Nobel winner Mario Vargas Llosa's novel with the same name.
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th St, Manhattan
Admission: $35 - $70
Tickets
www.repertorio.nyc


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