Music 2015
November 10, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Latin American Cultural Week Uptown, Celebración de la Cultura Hispana in Washington Heights & Inwood PRE-KICK OFF CELEBRATION
Tango Fado Project
Daniel Binelli - bandoneón and Pedro Henriques da Silva - Portuguese guitar. This sensational fusion brings together the soul and heart of Argentinean Tango and Portuguese Fado. Followed by a reception
New York Public Library, Inwood Branch
4790 Broadway, Manhattan.
Free & open to the public.
www.nypl.org
November 5, 5:00pm
8th Annual Latin American Piano and Song Festival of NY
Pianist and musicologist Cesar Reyes is joined by the soprano, Diana Sofia and tenor, Jorge Quezada in a musical journey from South America to the Caribbean. Musical director & founder, Cesar Reyes.
Woody Tanger Auditorium, Brooklyn College Library
2900 Bedford Ave.; Brooklyn.
Free Admission
www.LatinoPiano.blogspot.com
November 12, 7:00pm
LACW's 10th Anniversary Opening Concert
The 10th Annual Latin American Cultural Week (LACW) will open with a rousing performance featuring artists from Venezuela, Argentina, Uruguay and the USA, celebrating the rich culture and heritage of Latin American music and dance. Established artists will share the stage with WHIN Music Project talented young musicians. LACW is presented by PAMAR (Pan American Musical Art Research), founded and directed since 1984, by Polly Ferman.
Merkin Concert Hall
129 W 67th St., Manhattan
General Admission $25 - Students/Seniors $20 at the Box Office only
Tickets
November 12 - 22, Thur-Sat, 8:00pm; Sat,2:00pm; Sun,3:00pm
Marchers Trilogy
Fall premiere of Pregones Ensemble’s timeless tales of song, war, love and violence. Inspired by the original Pregones productions The Wedding March, ¡Ay Jesús! Oh Jesus! And Peccatoribus. Directed by Jorge B. Merced with music by Desmar Guevara.
Puerto Rican Traveling Theater
304 47th St., Manhattan
Tickets starts at $15
www.pregonesprtt.org
November 13, 10:00pm
Jovino Santos Neto trio
Brazilian pianist and composer Jovino Santos Neto performs original music at the newly opened Club Bonafide in New York with Itaiguara Brandão on bass and Mauricio Zottarelli on drums. Jovino is a 3-time Latin Grammy nominee.
Club Bonafide
212 East 52nd St., 3rd Floor, Manhattan
Admission $15.00
www.jovisan.net
www.clubbinafide.com
Tickets
November 13, Midnight
Maquina Mono (MM) at the Legendary Bitter End
Performs its regular 2-hour show at the historic Bitter End. MM is a Latin rock band with horns playing songs in English & Spanish.
Bitter End
147 Bleecker St., Manhattan
Admission: $10 at the door
Bitterend
Maquina Mono
November 14, 2:00pm
Instruments of the People, Francisco Roldán, guitar and Danny Mallon, percussion
Listen to the beautiful rhythms and counter rhythms of music from Spain and the Americas, including bambuco, blues, joropo, tango, vals and more!
New York Public Library - Fort Washington
535 West 179 St., Manhattan
Free Admission
www.franciscoroldan.com
myspace.com/dannymallon
November 14, 4:00pm - 10:00pm
XII Encuentro NYC Colombian Music Festival
Annual festival celebrating the best in new Colombian music by uniting top bands in NYC with special guests in a non-stop showcase of traditions and contemporary expressions.
(Le)Possion Rouge
158 Bleecker Street., Manhattan
Admission: $25 / minors $15
Tickets
www.encuentronyc.com
November 14, 7:00pm
Paisajes Argentinos
Latinchangos is an Argentinean folkloric group, led by Horacio Martínez, that recuperates musical roots from Falú to Cuchi Leguizamó, and gives their fresh color to new tendencies. Binelli - Ferman Duo & Marcelo Balsells guest artist World-class musicians Daniel Binelli and Polly Ferman have united their talents to develop and further the appreciation of the tango, milonga, candombe, and other Latin American musical forms in the rarely heard partnership of the bandoneón and piano.
St. Peter’s Church
619 Lexington Ave. at 54th St., Manhattan
Admission $15 (cash only at the door) for the both evening performances
www.binelli-ferman.com
www.horaciomartinez.com
November 14, 7:15pm to 9:30pm
Ana María Ruimonte
The Spanish Mezzo & Soprano sings opera, zarzuela, Spanish songs and more in a double concert: 1) Cantos de Alma y Vida de Mujer (Songs of the Soul and Life of a Woman) with piano accompanist; and 2) Mezzo Meets Bass - jazz/classical/flamenco Sephardic/chachachá and bolero with jazz bassist/composer/arranger Alan Lewine.
Opera America
330 Seventh Ave., Manhattan
Admission: $30
Tickets
mkt.com/owlsong
www.ruimonte.us
November 16, 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Latin American Guitar Day at Mannes
Mannes School of Music welcomes music lovers to its new home for a mini-marathon of music from the Americas, featuring performances by Mannes faculty, students, and alumni including: Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo, Joao Luiz, Duo Cantabile, and more.
Mannes School of Music at The New School College of Performing Arts
55 W13 St., Manhattan
Free Admission
www.mannesguitar.com
November 16, 7:00pm
In the Key of Tango & Alma-Piano Music of Argentina
Carlos Franzetti: Traditional, contemporary and original tangos performed by Grammy winner/multiple Latin Grammy winner. Allison Brewster - Franzetti: Piano music by Carlos Franzetti, Astor Piazzolla, Carlos Guastavino, and other composers performed by multiple Grammy/Latin Grammy nominee.
Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center,
107 Suffolk St, (Lower Level) Manhattan
General Admission: $10 - Senior/Students $5
Carlos Franzetti
Alliso Brewster - Franzetti
November 16, 7:30pm
The 8th Annual Latin American Piano and Song Festival of NYC
A tribute to Maestro German Diez (1924-2014), one of the most important piano pedagogues of the Americas. Works by: Lecuona, Ginastera, Piazzolla, Aranda and Schumann.
Greenwich House Music School
46 Barrow St,. Manhattan
General Admission: $15
www.latinopiano.blogspot.com
November 17, 8:00pm
World Music Band Sangha Tierra CD Release Party
In conjunction with the launching of the non-profit organization In Lak’Ech. Spreading love, unity and connectedness through fusions of world music genres
Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk St.,(Lower Level) Manhattan
Admission $15
Tickets
www.sanghatierra.com
www.inlak-ech.org
November 18, 7:00pm
NY TANGO 6 in Concert
presents its newest tangos, preserving a faithful make-up originated in Río de la Plata with a New York inspiration, because tango is music of the big cities. NYC could not be left out; so NYTANGO6 takes on this challenge.
Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk St.,(Lower Level) Manhattan
Admission $10.00, cash only
Facebook/NYTango6
www.shallwetango.com
November 19, 5:00PM
Annette A. Aguilar and StringBeans Quartet
Featuring: Karen Joseph, flute; Chiemi Nakai, piano; Felicia de Sanctis, guitar; & Annette A. Aguilar, percussion showcasing the Cuban and Brazilian tradition of Danzon, Son, Choro and Samba. Compositions by: Ernesto Lecuona, Arsenio Rodríguez (Cuba), Hector Villa-Lobos Pixinguinha, Cartola, and Tom Jobim (Brazil).
New York Public Library - Fort Washington
535 W 179 St. Manhattan
Free Admission
www.aguilarstringbeans.com
November 19, 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Suzuki in Latin America!
The Brooklyn Conservatory Suzuki Guitar Ensemble presents selections from Latin America
Brooklyn Conservatory Hall
58 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn
General Admission: $15
Tickets
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
November 19, 7:00pm
An Evening with Max Lifchitz
The Mexican-born composer/performer joins his friends for a concert devoted entirely to his vocal and instrumental works. In addition to Mr. Lifchitz, performers will include vocalists Celeste Mann and Anna Tonna, flutist Lisa Hansen and cellist Marisol Espada.
Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk (Lower Level), Manhattan
Free Admission
North/SouthConsonance
November 19, 7:00pm
Master Class for Ensembles with Guitar
Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo AND Ensemble-in-Residence will conduct a master class for Mannes student ensembles, featuring music from throughout the Americas.
Mannes School of Music at The New School College of Performing Arts
5 W 13 St. Manhattan
Free Admission
www.mannesguitar.com
www.guitarduo.com
November 20, 6:30pm
Duo Metropolitano will play Latin-American Music.
James Wellington & Katty Mayorga, guitar.
New York Public Library, Inwood Branch
4790 Broadway, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.mannesguitar.com
www.guitarduo.com
November 20, 7:00pm
Piano Recital: Music from Argentina, Russia and Mexico
Mexican pianist Juan Pablo Horcasitas presents a concert featuring works by Piazzolla, Rachmaninoff, Ponce and Kapustin
New York New Church
114 E 35 St. Manhattan
General Admission $20
newyorknewchurch.vzwebsites.com
November 20, 7:00pm
Intimamente Tango
"Intimately Tango" is a personal and original musical journey by Floraleda Sacchi, Maristella Patuzzi. Let yourself be charmed too by the great tango music of Piazzolla, Galliano, Morricone and others.
Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk (Lower Level), Manhattan
General Admission $20
Tickets
www.intimamentetango.com
www.shallwetango.com
November 20, 7:30pm
Mariano Aguirre & Duo Cantabile present Songs and Arias from Latin America
A voice and guitar concert of songs and arias. Classical and Contemporary music from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Paraguay and Venezuela.
Brooklyn Music School
126 Saint Felix St., Brooklyn
Free Admission
www.brooklynmusicschool.org
www.marianoaguirreguitar.com
November 21, 2:00pm
Tango Concert
Argentine Music
Washington Heights Branch of New York Public Library
1000 St. Nicholas Ave, Manhattan
Free Admission
www.nyp.org
November 22, 5:00pm
Pasiones/Passions 2
Heart and Soul, great songs from the Americas. Juan Valencia, musical director and pianist. Tenors: Hector Palacio and Hamid Rodriguez. Baritone: Ricardo Rosa
The Ballroom
4 West 43 St., Manhattan
Admission: $25
facebook/juanvalencia
November 22, 6:00pm
Good Shepherd presents Mariano Aguirre & Duo Cantabile
A voice and guitar concert of songs and arias. Classical and Contemporary music from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Paraguay and Venezuela.
Good Shepherd Church
1950 Batchelder St., Brooklyn
Free Admission
www.goodshepherdrcc.org
www.marianoaguirreguitar.com
November 22, 7:00pm
"Chicago Panamerican Ensemble CD Presentation: “Voices of Mexico Past and Present”
Sponsored by FONCA (National Foundation for the Arts and Culture in Mexico), with music from some of the key composers from the XX and XXI Centuries. Musicians include: Elena Snow, mezzo soprano; Alan Snow, violin; Andrew Snow, cello and Beatriz Helguera, piano.
Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk St., (Lower Level Manhattan
Free Admission
www.chicagopanamericanensemble.com
November 22, 8:00pm
Guataca Nights NY presents: EE3 in NYC
Etno Ecléctico Trío (EEC): 3 Venezuelan musicians that honor their indigenous and African roots fused with western synthesized instrumental music. EE3 walks through the musical tradition of indigenous and Afro-Venezuelan communities, enhancing their richness with contemporary elements without modifying its spirit.
Subrosa
63 Gansevoort St, Manhattan
Admission: $20
www.subrosanyc.com
www.etnoe3.com
November 23, 7:30pm
PAMAR AND MANHATTAN CAMERATA PRESENT
Latin American Cultural Week - Closing Event / Manhattan Camerata’s Tango - Fado CD Release Concert
Featuring: Daniel Binelli, bandoneón; Pedro H. da Silva, Portuguese guitar; Nathalie Pires, voice; Polly Ferman & Lucia Caruso, piano.
(Le) Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St., Manhattan
Admission: Seated: $20 advance, $25 day of show | Standing: $15 advance, $20 day of show
Tickets
November 24, 8:00pm
Nilko Andreas Guarin at Carnegie Hall
Celebrating the sixth annual “Amazonas” concert which highlights composers inspired by the Amazon rainforest.
Carnegie Hall
881 7 Ave., Manhattan
Admission: $25, $40, $75
carnegiehall.org
Nilko Andreas
Milongas 2015
November 15, 6:00pm - 1:00am
Astoria Tango Orchestra conducted by Maestro Daniel Binelli
The Astoria Tango Club celebrates its fourth anniversary with a ten-member ensemble that upholds the tradition of the big bands from Buenos Aires's golden era.
Centro Español de Queens
41-01 Broadway, Astoria
Admission (pre sale) $25, $35 (at the door)
Tickets
www.shallwetango.com
November 21, 8:00pm - 2:00am
Gala Tango Show and Milonga
Special Performance by Gabriel Misse & Guillermina Quiroga Featuring: Polly Ferman's GlamourTango, Gustavo Moretto's Septet and New Generation Dance Company.
Flamboyán Theater at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk (Lower Level), Manhattan
Admission: $30 by 10/31. $40 After Nov 1
Tickets
www.shallwetango.com
Tango Seminar 2015
SHALL WE TANGO NYC AND KARINA ROMERO PROUDLY PRESENTS
Tango Seminars with the Master Gabriel Misse
November 6, 7:00pm - 10:00pm - Seminar #1 (3 hrs)
November 7, 4:30pm - 7:30pm - Seminar #2 (3 hrs)
November 8, 4:30pm - 7:30pm - Seminar #3 (3 hrs)
November 13, 7:00pm - 10:00pm - Seminar #4 (3hrs)
November 14, 4:30pm - 7:30pm - Seminar #5 (3 hrs)
November 15, 4:30pm - 7:30pm - Seminar #6 (3 hrs)
Rates (per person): Per Seminar: $100 adv/$115 door by 10/25 Package price: FULL SEMINAR (18 hours): $460 adv by 10/25 or $500 at the door HALF SEMINAR: (9 hours): $240 adv by 10/25 or $255 at the door. (Any combination is allowed) / Open Level. No partner necessary. Walk-ins welcome. Each Seminar includes a 15 min break.
         
Dardo Galletto Studios
151West 46th Street, 11 Floor, Manhattan
No Refunds, Exchanges or Transfers.
Register Online
Tango Classes 2015
November 21
SHALL WE TANGO NYC AND KARINA ROMERO PROUDLY PRESENTS- TANGO CLASSES

12:30pm - 2:00pm: Tango Fundamentals for Beginners (Beg Level) by Karina Romero.Rate: $25 adv by 10/25 | $30 door

4:00pm - 5:30pm: Tango Technique and embellishments (all levels) with the Star Guillermina Quiroga. Rate: $40 adv by 10/25 | $45 door

5:30pm - 7:00pm: Chacarera - Argentine Folk (Open Level) by Silvana Brizuela - Weigel. Rate: $30 adv by 10/25 | $35 door

November 22
11:00am - 12:30pm: Tango for Kids (From 5 years old and Up, Child must be accompanied by an adult). Rate: $25 adv by 10/25 | $30 door

12:45am - 2:15pm: Tango Technique (Open Level) - Mariana Parma. Rate: $30 adv by 10/25 | $35 door

2:30pm - 4:00pm: Tango Salon Sequences (Int/Adv) -Guillermina Quiroga & Mariano Logiudice. Rate: $40 adv by 10/25 | $45 door

4:15pm - 5:45pm: Tango Musicality with Masters Binelli - Ferman (Open Level) Rate: $30 adv by 10/25 | $35 door

Dardo Galletto Studios
151West 46th Street, 11 Floor, Manhattan
*Special Package (per person): $180 adv until 10/25 | $200 door. (6 Classes, Only Tango For Kids is not Included)
*Seminar is not Included. No Refunds, Exchanges or Transfers.
Register online
Visual Arts & Auctions 2015
October 7, 5:30 – 7:30 pm (Opening) / on view until December 10
Latin Beat, Art and Culture
This multimedia exhibition presents evolving changes in Latino culture by current and former Empire State students who herald from diverse regions of the Americas.
Empire State College
177 Livingston St., 6 Floor, Brooklyn
Free Admission
www.esc.edu
November 2 , 6:00 – 8:00 pm (Opening) / on view until Nov 30
Art As a Globalization Phenomenon Here & There, Step by Step
Coming directly from the Dominican Republic, artist Luis León showcases the rapid movement of art as a result of technology and globalization here and there, step by step
Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano
619 W 145 St., Manhattan
Free Admission
November 14, 12:00 - 2:00pm
The Art of Andrea Arroyo - Women as Inspiration
Award-winning artist Andrea Arroyo shares her creative process and her career-long interest in women and women's issues as a major source of inspiration.
Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum
65 Jumel Terrace, Manhattan
Free admission with museum entrance
www.andreaarroyo.com
www.morrisjumel.org
November 13, 6:30pm Opening
Roots: Rediscovering and Reclaiming Our Past and Present
This group exhibit celebrates the past, but also to improve the present: to engage in a process of self-discovery, self-expression and empowerment with Caribbean artists residing in the US.
Rio Gallery
583 Riverside Drive 7th Fl, Manhattan
Free admission
November 24 and 25
Christie´s Sale of Latin American Art
Its much anticipated fall sale features outstanding works spanning the colonial era to modern and contemporary times by: Fernando Botero, Wifredo Lam, Roberto Matta, Rufino Tamayo, and Joaquin Torres-García, among others. With a special online sale devoted to the nude.
Christie's
20 Rockefeller Plaza, Manhattan
www.christies.com
Film 2015
November 18, 6:30pm Opening
Cinema - Brazilian Women on Film
6:30pm - Presentation of the program
7 – 9pm - Screening of documentary with Velson D'Souza and Peter Azen
The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
240 E 52 St., Manhattan
Free Admission
www.brazilianendowmentforthearts.org
Literature 2015
November 9 & 16, 6:00 - 8:00pm
Interactive, Literary Cultural Mondays/Lunes Culturales Literarios
Evenings filled with poetry reading, dramatizations, and open mic.
Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano
619 West 145th St, Manhattan
Free Admission
November 11, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
CCCD Monthly Cultural Visit to Argentina
Take a virtual trip to the beautiful country of Argentina, where we will learn about the culture, art, geography, cuisine, and folklore.
Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano
619 West 145th St, Manhattan
Free Admission
November 17, 6:30pm Opening
Brazilian Short Stories
6:30pm Opening remarks by Domicio Coutinho, Ph.D, Founder and President of the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts - BEA.
7:15 - 7:45pm Cocktail with Brazilian traditional food
7:45pm - 9:00pm Readings by Liza R. Papi and Denise Monteiro of classic and contemporary Brazilian short story writers
The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
240 E 52 St., Manhattan
Free Admission
www.brazilianendowmentforthearts.org
Theater 2015
November 6 - 29, 8:00pm
Los Columpios (The Swings)
A play about a man and a woman who meet up in a playground and discuss random topics and issues in order to avoid doing what they are supposed to do: talk about themselves. In Spanish with English supertitles
Teatro IATI
64 E 4 St., Manhattan
Admission: $30
Click here forperformance dates, times and tickets
November 12 - 22
Olga Pericet: Sin título/ Untitled
Award-winning Spanish Flamenco dancer is joined by guitarist Antonia Jiménez and the singers José Ángel Carmona and Ismael Fernández.
Repertorio Español
138 E. 27th Street
Admission: $35, $55, $75, $100
Full Performance Schedule
November 12,18, 19, 7:00pm
November 13,14, 20, 21, 8:00pm
November 14,21, 3:00pm
November 15, 22, 2:30pm
www.repertorio.nyc
November 19, 6:30 - 9:00pm
Children's Theater Dance Performance
Children's Theater Alana Rosa/BEA presenting poems, ¨Bumba meu Boi¨ and the "Frevo" dance
8:10 pm Closing remarks by Domicio Coutinho, Ph.D, Founder and President of the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts - BEA.
8:15 - 9:00 pm - Brazilian cocktail with traditional food
The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
240 E 52 St., Manhattan
Free Admission
www.brazilianendowmentforthearts.org
November 19, 19 - 22, Thurs - Sat 8:00pm & Sun 6:30pm
Teatro Columna presents "La Boda" written by Virgilio Piñera & directed by Leyma López.
Flora and Alberto are about to exchange their vows but "there's always a but." Will they go through with it?
Comisionado Dominicano de Cultura en los Estados Unidos
543 W 145 St., 2nd Floor, Manhattan
Tickets: 212 234 8149.