Music & Dance
Saturday, November 4, 8:00pm
CALPULLI MEXICAN DANCE COMPANY'S "DIA DE LOS MUERTOS"
Calpulli  Mexican  Dance  Company  presents  "Dia  de  los Muertos,” (Day of the Dead) a  universal  love  story inspired  by  the  colors  and  sentiment  of  the  native  Mexican  tradition.   With Mexican folk dances, classical ballet, and live music.
Admission: $30 - $45
The Town Hall
123 West 43rd Street (between 6th Ave and Broadway), Manhattan
www.townhall.org
www.calpullidance.org
Thursday, November 9
7:00pm **
PATAGONIA
Piano and Synthesizer, Juan Namuncura. Musical Expression from Patagonia, Argentina. Piano concert and songs in Mapuche language by indigenous Mapuche/Aymara composer Namuncura, accompanied by electronic resources and traditional Mapuche instruments.
www.facebook.com/juan.namuncura

Intermission
8:00pm**
SOLO PIANO - IGNACIO MONTOYA CARLOTTO
Works by Horacio Salgán, Astor Piazzolla, tangos of the Guardia Vieja (the informal 1890s-1915 group of musicians, poets, and dancers from which tango sprang), chacareras, zamba of Cuchi Leguizamón as well as works in which classical tradition is mixed with improvisatory strokes. "A journey through 20th Century Argentine classical/contemporary/chamber music in one evening."
Suggested Donation: $20.00
Iglesia de Sion/St Peter's Church
619 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
www.ignaciomontoyacarlotto.com

Thursday, November 9, 5:00pm
THE 10TH ANNUAL LATIN AMERICAN PIANO AND SONG FESTIVAL OF NY
Mexican Pianist and Musicologist Cesar Reyes presents an evening of Latin American popular and classical songs and piano works. Celebrating the centennial of the birth of Violeta Parra (1917 – 1967) Chilean composer, songwriter, folklorist, ethnomusicologist and visual artist.
Free Admission
Woody Tánger Auditorium at Brooklyn College
2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn
Cesar Reyes
Thursday, November 9, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
PATH OF BRAZILIAN MUSIC
Lecture & Performance, Nelson Latif/Cavaquinho, Pereira Lima/Alto Sax & Mathias Pinto/Acoustic Guitar. Open for general public
Free Admission
Brazilian Consulate
220 East 42nd Street, Manhattan
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Friday, November 10, 8:00pm
LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL WEEK OPENING EVENT - CHOROFEST - 3RD ANNUAL CHORO FESTIVAL/BRAZILIAN JAZZ
3rd Annual International Choro Festival in New York with a variety of performances, from Classic to Popular Choro music. The event will showcase one of the oldest Brazilian musical styles, the Choro, meaning "Cry" or "Lament," despite its often happy rhythms.
Admission: $25, $35, $45
Baruch Performing Arts Center: Engelman Recital Hall
55 Lexington Ave, Manhattan
TICKETS
Saturday November 11, 7:00pm
LUNA SUREÑA, ARGENTINE AND LATIN AMERICAN FOLKLORIC MUSIC FROM PATAGONIA
'Luna Sureña' (“Southern Moon”) is an Argentine singer and composer born in Patagonia Argentina and with an extensive international following. Her musical work has a profound folkloric richness true to Argentina and Latin America.
Free Admission
Saint Peter’s Church
619 Lexington Avenue at 54th St, Manhattan
www.lunasur.net
Sunday, November 12, 1:00pm - 230pm
3RD ANNUAL CHORO FESTIVAL - Closing Event
Sexteto Gaucho, Full Performance
Admission: Brunch $ 45 (including $15 cover)
SOB’s
204 Varick St, Manhattan
More Info / Reservations
Sunday November 12, 7:00pm
NEWMAN & OLTMAN GUITAR DUO (with Special Guests)
Ensemble-in-Residence at Mannes School of Music – The New School since 1987, the Duo (Michael Newman and Laura Oltman) celebrates their 40th anniversary with music from around the Americas and the world featuring top-flight Mannes students.
Free Admission
Stiefel Concert Hall, Mannes School of Music
55 West 13th Street, Manhattan
www.newschool.edu
www.guitarduo.com
Tuesday, November 14
6:00pm **
MUSICA AMONG FRIENDS
Rosa Torres-Pardo (piano and voice)& Isabel Pérez Dobarro(piano) (Both from Spain.) Music by Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909) and Enrique Granados (1867-1916) traces these composers' friendship musically through the performance of two of their most important piano works. Pianists Rosa Torres-Pardo and Isabel Pérez Dobarro (both from Spain) will collaborate as a duo in the Caterpillar Songs by Albéniz, a beautiful yet rarely played set
www.rosatorres-pardo.com
www.facebook.com/isabelperezdobarro

Intermission
8:00pm**
ART SONGS BY MAX LIFCHITZ & MORE
Celia Castro, dramatic soprano and voice teacher at La Dolce Viva, sings art songs by Mexican-American pianist and composer Max Lifchitz.
Free Admission
Iglesia de Sion/St Peter's Church
619 Lexington Avenue at 54th St, Manhattan
www.northsouthmusic.org

Tuesday, November 14, 7pm- 9:30pm
"KAT" MODIANO WITH A LATIN FLAVA
Keyboards: Isaac ben Ayala Reflecting the intimate, European atmosphere of Harlem bistro PEQUE Vinos y Tapas, the international duo’s eclectic program encompasses Jobim, Piazzolla, Tito Puente, Modiano, and others.
Free Admission
Peque, Vinos &Tapas
231 W 145th St, Manhattan
www.modianomusic.net
www.isaacbenayala.com
www.facebook.com/PEQUE.nyc

Wednesday, November 15, 7:30pm
FRANCISCO ROLDÁN, SOLO GUITAR RECITAL
A comprehensive and compelling journey through Central and South America via the guitar. Music from Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Paraguay, Puerto Rico and Venezuela by this Colombian-born guitarist.
Admission $15.00
The Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street, Manhattan
www.franciscoroldan.com

Wednesday, November 15, 8:00pm
PEDRO GIRAUDO TANGO TRIO + QUARTETTO TOMASSINI
The Pedro Giraudo Tango Trio joins the string quartet Quartetto Tomassini at the distinctive French Brooklyn bar & performance space Barbes in a new synchrony.
Admission $10.00
Barbes
376 9th St, Brooklyn
www.pedrogiraudo.com
www.quartettotomassini.com
www.barbesbrooklyn.com

Thursday, November 16, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
ANNETTE A AGUILAR AND STRINGBEANS LATIN BRAZILIAN JAZZ BAND
Annette A Aguilar & StringBeans, which has toured extensively in the US and Africa, explores the rich and varied rhythms of jazz across the Caribbean, Latin America and the United States. Enjoy a musical workshop at 6:00pm All levels are welcome.
Free Admission
Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling
898 St. Nicholas Avenue @ 155th Street, Manhattan
www.aguilarstringbeans.com
www.sugarhillmuseum.org

Thursday, November 16, 9:00pm (2sets)
PEDRO GIRAUDO TANGO QUARTET
Tango in Queens at live music and community center Terraza 7. The finest tango musicians of today to interpret tangos ranging from the great traditional, classic tangos, to more modern tangos and original compositions.
Admission: $10
Terraza 7
40-19 Gleane St, Queens
www.terraza7.com
www.pedrogiraudo.com

Saturday November 18, 7:00pm
LATIN AMERICAN FEST at NYC Guitar School
Tangos, Sambas, Jongos performed by Katty Mayorga and Rob Adler on classical guitar, with flutist Jamie Lee from JKLM duo. Brizzo, a Latin Rock band, follows the trio.
By Donation
NYC Guitar School
East 315 E 91st street, 1st floor, Manhattan
www.nycguitarschool.com

Monday, November 20, 7:30pm
THE 10TH ANNUAL LATIN AMERICAN PIANO AND SONG FESTIVAL OF NY
Latin American piano masterworks are performed by Cesar Reyes and Michiyo Morikawa. The Festival celebrates 10 years of great music and fiesta!
Admission $15.00
Greenwich House Music School
46 Barrow Street at the Greenwich Village, Manhattan
www.greenwichhouse.org

Tuesday, November 21
7:00pm **
BANDONEORAMA
The world's only such ensemble with four bandoneon players at the heart of tango, led by Music Director/Maestro Daniel Binelli with Julien Labro, Rodolfo Zanetti, Javier Sánchez. Repertoire includes J.S Bach, Igor Stravinsky, Astor Piazzolla, Daniel Binelli, Julien Labro as well as other Tango arrangements.
www.danielbinelli.com

Intermission
8:00pm **
SONIDOS DE LATINOAMÉRICA
Sounds of Latin America is a journey through the musical geography of Latin America's cultural bounty, from north to south. Works by Binelli, Galindez, Camacaro, Piazzolla, Hernández, Baden Goyo, and more. Baden Goyo, piano and Eddy Marcano, violín.
Suggested Donation: $20.00
Iglesia de Sion/St Peter's Church
619 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
www.eddymarcano.com
www.facebook.com/BadenGoyo

Film
Friday, November 10, 12:00pm - 6:00pm
PR FILM & MULTIMEDIA CONFERENCE - "OUR VOICES IN THE NEW NORMAL"
Centro in partnership with the International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival, and Prime Latino Media Network will bring together content makers and performers to explore the use of film to motivate and inspire social change.
Free Admission- RSVP Required
Silberman School of Social Work, Room 115
2180 Third Avenue (119th Street), Manhattan
Click here to RSVP
centropr.hunter.cuny.edur
Thursday, November 16, 7:00pm
FEELING PIAZZOLLA by Pablo Rho, Guillermo Stamponi
Feeling Piazzolla is a documentary film that analyzes the melancholy in the music of Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992), arguably the world's best known Argentine composer. The film approaches his personality, tying critical episodes in his personal life with his revolutionary and globally-disseminated work, sometimes credited as "new tango"..
Free Admission- Limited Seating
Please RSVP: rsvp@cnyor.com
Consulate General of Argentina
2 West 56 Street, Manhattan
cnyor.mrecic.gov.ar

Workshops
Saturday, November 11, 1:00pm - 3:00pm
“ROOTS OF CHORO MUSIC”
Workshop/Performance. Mathias Pinto/Acoustic Guitar, Lucian Krolow /Flute, Guilherme Sanches /Percussion, Alexandre Susin/Cavaquinho, and Rafael Pereira Lima/Alto Sax. Lecture ” Roots of Choro Music” Lecture about the history of the Choro and the current situation of this genre music that has spread throughout the world and is one of the most active popular music in the world. With music examples, market data, expansion possibilities and education cores.
Suggested Donation: $15
Saphira & Ventura Gallery
4 W 43rd St #415, Manhattan
More Info
Sunday November 19, 2:30-4:00pm
PERCUSSION WORKSHOP WITH ANNETTE A AGUILAR
The workshop will explore rhythms of Latin Brazilian Jazz, including Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.A. It is open to all ages. Children under 5 are welcome if accompanied by an adult. Coaching will focus on getting the best sound from your instrument. Some instruments will be provided, but limited. Participants should bring their own if they have them.
Free Admission
Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling
898 St. Nicholas Avenue @ 155th Street, Manhattan
www.aguilarstringbeans.com
www.sugarhillmuseum.org

Milongas & Tango Seminars
THE ARGENTINE TANGO SOCIETY & KARINA ROMERO PROUDLY PRESENT:
Saturday, November 4, 8:00am - 2:00am
TANGO GALA
Nov 3 - 12
ARGENTINE TANGO SEMINARS
Manhattan Ballroom
29 W 36th Street, Manhattan
More Info
Literature
Saturday, November 11, 7:00pm
Mujeres (Women), The Magic, The Movement and The Muse honors the body as storyteller.
Inspired by Taino (indigenous Caribbean), Lukumi (a Yoruba santeria language) and Palo (Afro-Cuban) traditions, Dominican-Puerto Rican author Peggy Robles-Alvarado has assembled a group of women who pull poetry from complex histories and spirit.
Admission: $20.00
Mott Haven Bar and Grill
1 Bruckner Blvd, Bronx
TICKETS
robleswrites.com/mujeresanthology
www.motthavenbar.com

Monday, November 13 6:00pm - 8:00pm
LUNES CULTURALES LITERARIOS INTERACTIVOS ("Interactive Literary Mondays")
Interactive literary presentation: poetry reading from Latin American writers with an art exhibit as a background.
Free Admission
Centro Cívico Cultural Dominicano
619 West 145th Street (bet. Broadway and Riverside Dr)
facebook.com/centrocivicoculturaldominicano

Tuesday, November 14, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
RACE, FRONT AND CENTER: PERSPECTIVE ON RACE AMONG PUERTO RICANS
A panel presentation by writers featured in the forthcoming Centro Publications edited volume: Race, Front and Center: Perspective on Race among Puerto Ricans, edited by Carlos Vargas Ramos. With Zaire Dinzey-Flores, Rutgers; Gabriel Haslip-Viera, City College (CUNY); and, Ana Yolanda Ramos-Zayas, Yale.
Free Admission with RSVP
Hunter College, Faculty Lounge, 8th Floor
68th and Lexington, Manhattan
Click Here to RSVP
www.centropr.hunter.cuny.edu

Saturday, November 18, 1:00pm
TRANS/POSSIBILITIES: A BILINGUAL READING WITH HEATHER CLEARY AND MÓNICA RAMÓN RÍOS
Fiction readings in Spanish and English will be presented in the original and in translation. Mónica will read from her short story, "Dead Men Don't Rape," two intertwining narratives about a punk musician and the disastrous presidential election of 2016. Heather will read from Florencia Werchowsky's No-Tell Motel, in which a young woman comes of age as the heir apparent to the only pay-by-the-hour motel in a remote area of Patagonia. Conversation to follow.
Free Admission
NYPL – Inwood Branch,
4790 Broadway, Manhattan
www.nypl.org

Saturday, November 18 - 6:00 pm
MATTERS 2.0 YOU RIGHT HERE YOU WRITE THERE
Sydney Valerio, a Bronx lifer and by-product of the Dominican campo ("countryside"), performs the 2.0 version of her one woman show which last year sold out the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. She reveals in her spoken word poetry performance the stories that shape her humanity.
(must be 21 & over), $60-includes the pre-fixed dinner and show
Corcho Wine Room
227 Dyckman Street, Manhattan
Tickets
www.sydneyvalerio.com
Visual Arts
Through January 8, ongoing
THE ART OF HEALING EXHIBIT
The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in collaboration with NY–Presbyterian – The Allen Hospital, presents work by uptown artists who are exploring the theme of healing, whether figuratively, conceptually, literally, or abstractly. Guest-curated by Gabriel de Guzman (Curator of Visual Arts at Wave Hill).
Free Admission
NewYork Presbyterian/The Allen Hospital
5141 Broadway, Manhatta (Main Administrative Corridor)
www.nomaanyc.org

November 10 - 19, Monday to Friday, 10:00am - 5:00pm
LAS 3 HERMANAS: ART, EDUCATION & ACTIVISM
Centro hosts the final stop of this exhibition which illustrates the lives and contributions of three sisters:Evelina López Antonetty, an iconic activist ; Lillian López, one of the first Puerto Rican librarians in the NY Public Library system; and Elba Cabrera, who established herself asan ambassador and advocate for the arts. On view November 8, 2017 through January 2018.
Free Admission
Centro Library Room 120, Silberman School of Social Work
2180 Third Avenue (119th Street), Manhattan
centropr.hunter.cuny.edu

Saturday,November 11, 12:00pm - 3:00pm
(Rain date, Sunday, Nov. 12 12-2pm)
ANDREA ARROYO "WOMEN WITH WINGS" EXHIBITION
“Women With Wings” is a solo exhibition of site-specific, outdoor artworks by Andrea Arroyo at Maggie's Garden & Friendship Garden, Manhattan. Arroyo is an award-winning artist working in a range of media including public art, painting, drawing, illustration and site-specific installation.
Free Admission
Maggie's Garden
564 West 149th Street, Manhattan
Friendship Garden
499 W. 150th St, Manhattan
www.eventbrite.com
www.andreaarroyo.com

Saturday, November 18, 12:00pm - 7:00pm
COMITÉ NOVIEMBRE'S NATIONAL PUERTO RICAN ARTISAN FAIR & BOOK EXPO
Our show features handmade crafts created by artists of Puerto Rican descent. The Book Expo features emerging and major Puerto Rican authors selling their books and sharing their stories.
Free Admission
Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture
450 Grand Concourse, Bronx
www.hostos.cuny.edu/culturearts
www.comitenoviembre.org

Theater
Friday, November 10, 8:00PM
EN EL NOMBRE DE SALOMÉ ("In the Name of Salome")
A new play based on Julia Alvarez’s epic fictional novel of real-life iconic poet Salomé Ureña de Henríquez. Born in the 1850s in the Dominican Republic in a time of intense political and emotional repression and turmoil, Salomé’s fervent patriotic poems turned her into a national icon.
Admission: $17 - $72 - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc

Friday, November 11, 12, 18 and 19
Saturdays 7:30pm, Sundays 4:00pm
PEDRO INFANTE: CIEN AÑOS PIENSO EN TI
A new play dealing with a range of issues that form the Mexican immigrant experience, from the perspective of a grandmother Doña Pancha, her American granddaughter, and her beloved idol, the great Mexican Singer and Actor Pedro Infante, who appears and sings. By Toby Campion, Director: Germán Jaramillo, Music arrangements by Pablo Mayor
Free ($20 suggested Donation)
ID Studio Theater,
311 East 140th Street, Bronx
Tickets
www.idstudiotheater.org
www.artslatinony.org

Saturday, November 11, 3:00pm
BLIND SPOT
“Blind Spot” tells the story of Ramón García, an undocumented immigrant seeking his own version of the American Dream: the hope for a new life given by citizenship papers after serving his country, and the happiness of being able to build a better future.
Admission: $17 - $66 - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc

Saturday, November 11, 8:00pm
LA CANCION - The Musical
“La Canción” ("The Song") is an exhilarating theatrical experience, quite literally unlike anything else that has played in the US. Featuring wonderful performances and vibrant choreography, not to mention some of Vico C.’s most accomplished songs..." - StageBuddy
Admission: $17 - $72 - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc

Sunday, November 12, 3:00pm
BURUNDANGA
Sylvia and Berta are desperate to discover the true character of Berta’s boyfriend, Manel. But when they drug him with Burundanga, a truth serum, the consumption of which results in the consumer's inability to lie or remember conversations, they find a much darker secret that sets them off on a hilarious, over the top mission. A hysterical adventure, Burundanga is a fun yet dark comedy that will have you laughing until the curtain closes.
Admission: $17 - $72 - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc

Tuesday, November 14, 7:00pm
STAGED READING: LA FIRMEZA EN EL AUSENCIA "Firmness in Absence"
This classic play by Spanish playwright and poet Leonor de la Rua Cueva y Silva focuses on the emotional and intellectual dilemma that a lady-in-waiting at the court faces when the soldier she loves and who has courted her for six years in secret is suddenly assigned to military duty against the French invasion of Naples. All expect her devotion to waver in the face of the king’s advances, but the steadfastness of the protagonist will be rewarded.
Free Admission - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc
** This project was made possible with the support from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund as part of Repertorio's 50th Anniversary.

Friday, November 17, 8:00pm
Saturday, November 18, 3:00pm
VALOR, AGRAVIO Y MUJER ("Bravery, Grievance, and Woman")
The protagonist, Leonor, seeks to recover her lost honor against Don Juan who made a false promise of marriage while seducing her. Although a typical finale for a 17th century Spanish play, the unconventional aspect is that a woman has solved her own misfortune without the help of a man.
Admission: $17 - $68 - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc
** This project was made possible with the support from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund as part of Repertorio's 50th Anniversary.

Saturday, November 18, 8:00pm
DOÑA FLOR Y SUS DOS MARIDOS ("Dona Flor & Her Two Husbands")
“This adaptation of Jorge Amado’s Brazilian novel… is a sex farce with the clarity and logic of a folk tale… The widow Flor marries Teodoro, a staid pharmacist, only to have her philandering, gambling bad-boy of a first husband, Vadinho, return from the dead.” –The New York Times
Admission: $17 - $66 - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc

Sunday, November 19, 3:00pm
LA FIACA ("Lethargy")
In this comedy, Néstor wakes up on a Monday without a desire to go to work. Spending his day in bed, making love and playing childhood games become his goals. But what started as a day missing work soon turns into a cause célèbre!
Admission: $17 - $68 - tickets@repertorio.org
Repertorio Español
138 East 27th Street, Manhattan
www.repertorio.nyc
*All shows are performed in Spanish with English subtitles except this reading.