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ANDY MONTAÑEZ: 50 Plus UNA HISTORIA
EN CONCIERTO
6th Palladium Voyage 2015
International Salsa Festival
7th Annual
Melbourne Latin Festival
NEW SWING SEXTET, a living,
on stage legend, through their
“50th Anniversary Tour” 2015.
Trina Medina
Marco Izquierdo
33rd San Francisco Jazz Festival
The Mind of a Dancer:
Short Story Competition
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and a prize-winning marina
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- Omar Munoz OMambo Project / USA
- Alien Ramirez / Cuba & Miami / 18 Times World
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- Albert Torres / Los Angeles, New York, Puerto Rico /
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- Edwin Rivera / Los Angeles, Puerto Rıco & New York
Musical Journey Of Edwin Rivera
- Ronald & Alba / Spain / Bachatastar Champions 2012
- Gallo & Walley / Bremen Germany & USA
- Pasty & Dotty / Netherlands & Hungary / Zouk Stars
- Dimitris & Stella / Greece
- Kiki & Eli / Bulgaria, Greece & Cyprus
- Fabian & Nicolina / Gothenburg Sweden
Bachata Sensual
- La Sandunguera Ladies Team / Bremen Germany
- Wilmark Rizzo Hernandez / Colombia & Romania
- Ersin & Hande / Int Turkish Couple
- Senol & Nur / Int Turkish Couple
- Bulent & Sebnem / Int Turkish Couple
+more Turkish couple will be add ...
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ANDY MONTAÑEZ:
50 Plus UNA HISTORIA
EN CONCIERTO
April 18th-New York, USA
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is proud to
present The Godfather of Salsa, the legendary ANDY
MONTAÑEZ:50 Plus Una historia en concierto as
he celebrates more than fifty years of performances
on Saturday, April 18th, 2015 at 8pm. Produced by
Lehman Center and José Raposo.
ANDY MONTAÑEZ, nicknamed “El Godfather de la
Salsa” and known for his rich, powerful vocals, was
the first-born of 17 children in the Tras Talleres area
of Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico. He gained international popularity during his 15-year tenure (19621976) as lead vocalist of the legendary salsa group
El Gran Combo, producing 37 albums that included
such hit songs as “Hojas blancas”, “Un verano en
Nueva York”, “El barbero loco”, “Ponme el alcoholado
Juana”, “El swing”, “Julia”, and “Vagabundo”. In 1977
he replaced Oscar D’León in the popular Venezuelan
orchestra La Dimensión Latina, recording eight albums in three and a half years that included hits like
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“El eco del tambor”, “Ave María Lola”, “Mi bambolaye”, “Mi son oriental“. “Rumberos de ayer“, “Cuban
Rhythms“, and “Son del bohío“. During this same
period, Montañez contributed vocals to the three superb Puerto Rico All Stars salsa albums Puerto Rico
All Stars (1977), Los profesionales (1978) which included his soulful rendition of “Aquí en mi pueblo”,
and 1979’s Tribute to Messiah which was dedicated
to Eddie Palmieri.
Returning to Puerto Rico in 1980, Montañez formed
his own orchestra and released the popular album
Salsa con caché. 1981 to 1984 was a very prolific period that saw five new album releases including 1984’s
Versátil with hits like “Qui, qui” and “Villaran Cuenca”. 1985’s Andy Montañez was a game changer not
only because it was on the BillboardTropical chart for
30 weeks, reaching number 2 with hits like “Genio y
figura”, “Payaso” and “Dulce veneno”, but because it
was the first of many albums that would featured
By: Lehman Center
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El Gran Combo, producing 37 albums that included
such hit songs as “Hojas blancas”, “Un verano en
Nueva York”, “El barbero loco”, “Ponme el alcoholado
Juana”, “El swing”, “Julia”, and “Vagabundo”. In 1977
he replaced Oscar D’León in the popular Venezuelan
orchestra La Dimensión Latina, recording eight albums in three and a half years that included hits like
“El eco del tambor”, “Ave María Lola”, “Mi bambolaye”, “Mi son oriental“. “Rumberos de ayer“, “Cuban
Rhythms“, and “Son del bohío“. During this same
period, Montañez contributed vocals to the three superb Puerto Rico All Stars salsa albums Puerto Rico
All Stars (1977), Los profesionales (1978) which included his soulful rendition of “Aquí en mi pueblo”,
and 1979’s Tribute to Messiah which was dedicated
to Eddie Palmieri.
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is proud to
present The Godfather of Salsa, the legendary ANDY
MONTAÑEZ:50 Plus Una historia en concierto as
he celebrates more than fifty years of performances
on Saturday, April 18th, 2015 at 8pm. Produced by
Lehman Center and José Raposo.
ANDY MONTAÑEZ, nicknamed “El Godfather de la
Salsa” and known for his rich, powerful vocals, was
the first-born of 17 children in the Tras Talleres area
of Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico. He gained international popularity during his 15-year tenure (19621976) as lead vocalist of the legendary salsa group
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Returning to Puerto Rico in 1980, Montañez formed
his own orchestra and released the popular album
Salsa con caché. 1981 to 1984 was a very prolific period that saw five new album releases including 1984’s
Versátil with hits like “Qui, qui” and “Villaran Cuenca”. 1985’s Andy Montañez was a game changer not
only because it was on the BillboardTropical chart for
30 weeks, reaching number 2 with hits like “Genio y
figura”, “Payaso” and “Dulce veneno”, but because
it was the first of many albums that would featured
Andy’s sons Andy Jr. and Harold singing coro. Following up with two additional chart topping albums
1987’s Mejor acompañado que nunca (#2) and 1988’s
El eterno enamorado (#4), Montañez secured his
place amongst the legends of Salsa. Throughout the
90’s he continued to record one successful album after another, earning his orchestra the nickname “Dynasty Montañez” when his daughter Ednaliz joined
the chorus. During this period, he also recorded three
albums of boleros and Bohemian songs with fellow
Salsa great Ismael Miranda: Al son del bolero (1996),
Románticos de nuevo (1997) and Con alma de niño
(1998). In 2005, he again joined up with Ismael Miranda to record the hit song “Se fue y me dejó”.
A pioneer of the blend of Salsa and Reggaetón called
Salsatón, Montañez has collaborated with rappers
Daddy Yankee and Julio Voltio. Montañez, and along
with Pablo Milanés, won the 2006 Latin GRAMMY
Award for Best Traditional Tropical Album for AM/
By: Lehman Center
PM Líneas paralelas. In 2006, he released Salsa con
reggaeton hitting #2 on both the Tropical and Latin
Tropical album charts. 2007’s hard hitting salsa album
El Godfather de la salsa was also a success. The 2010
El Gran Combo tribute album, De Andy Montañez al
Combo that featured new arrangements of the hit
songs “Brujería”, “No hago más na’” and “Carbonerito” rose to number 5 on the Billboard Latin Tropical
chart. In 2014, Andy, with the roots group Viento de
agua, contributed the song “Cortaron a Elena/Santa
María” to the album and film Qué lindo es Puerto Rico
that highlights the natural beauty and musical heritage of the island of his birth.
Tickets are $50, $45, $40 and can be
purchased by calling the Lehman Center
box office at 718-960-8833 (Monday through
Friday, 10am–5pm, and beginning at 12
noon on the day of the concert), or through
online access at www.lehmancenter.org
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is on the campus of Lehman College/CUNY at 250 Bedford Park
Boulevard West, Bronx, New York 10468, USA
www.LehmanCenter.org
Lehman Center is accessible by #4 or D train to Bedford Park Blvd. and is off the Saw Mill River Parkway
and the Major Deegan Expressway. Low-cost on-site
parking available for $5.
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York
City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership
with the New York City Council. The 2014-2015 season
is made possible by the New York State Council on
the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and through
corporations, foundations and private donations.
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LEHMAN CENTER
FOR THE PERFORMING
ARTS PRESENTS ITS
2015 SPRING SEASON
Tickets for all shows can be purchased by calling the Lehman Center box office at 718-960-8833
(Monday through Friday, 10am–5pm and beginning at 12 noon on the day of the concert),
or through 24-hour online access at www.LehmanCenter.org
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is on the campus of Lehman College/CUNY at 250 Bedford
Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY 10468 USA
Lehman Center is accessible by #4 or D train to Bedford Park Blvd. and is off the
Saw Mill River Parkway and the Major Deegan Expressway. Low-cost on-site parking is available
for $5.
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts will warm your heart and get you into the Swing of Spring
as it continues its amazing season with these HOT new shows added to its 2015 roster.
The new shows include:
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By: Lehman Center
Saturday, April 18th
The Godfather of Salsa, the great Andy Montañez
presents 50 PLUS UNA HISTORIA EN CONCIERTO as
he celebrates more than fifty years of performances.
Produced by Lehman Center and José Raposo.
Saturday, May 9th
OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP throws a Fever re-union concert celebrating the 38th anniversary of the legendary Disco Fever Nightclub in the Bronx with live on
stage performances by Kurtis Blow, Rob Base, Sugar
Hill Gang, Biz Markie, Grandmaster Melle Mel & Ness
of The Furious 5, Soul Sonic Force, Sweet G, Mc Shan,
Fearless Four, T-Ski Valley, Spyder-D, Spoonie Gee
and Busy Bee Starki and More! Hosted by Sal Abbatiello, Ralph Mcdaniels and Dr Bob Lee. Music by DJ
Marley Marl, DJ Hollywood and DJ Brucie B. Produced by Lehman Center and Sal Abbatiello.
Saturday, May 16th
Direct from Puerto Rico UN ESPECIAL A LAS MADRES
with “El Jibaro” Andrés Jiménez and his entire band,
plus the young voice of La Trova, Eduardo Villanueva
and special guest Yesenia Cruz. Produced by Lehman
Center and José Raposo.
Saturday, June 6th
LOS GRANDES MAESTROS DE LA SALSA, an evening
of performances by the Puerto Rican Masters of both
classic and contemporary salsa featuring Paquito
Guzman, Ray De La Paz, Luisito Carrión, Michael
Stuart, Moncho Rivera with special guest “Diva” Miki
Vimari and More! Maestro Isidro Infante will direct
the Orchestra composed of a select group of the
best Puerto Rican musicians resident in New York.
Produced by Lehman Center and Leo Tizol.
A complete listing of Lehman Center’s 2015 Spring Season Events
can be found at lehmancenter.org/events/
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6th Palladium Voyage 2015
International Salsa Festival
Bremen – Germany
April 10th – 12th
Do not miss 3 nights of dancing, over 50 Performers & Workshops that will make
you more comfortable on the dance floor at Bremen’s longest running Salsa Festival, the 6. Annual Palladium Voyage – International Salsa Festival Bremen.
Be part of the 6. Palladium Voyage 2015 – “Quality never goes out of style”!
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www.palladium-voyage.com/home
www.stadtpanoramen.de/bremen/hauptbahnhof.html
- The worlds foremost Salsa promoter & iconic figure: Albert Torres ( producer of the world wide respected
competition & Salsa industry standard: “World Latin Dance Cup” ) will be in Bremen,
Germany for the 3rd time!
- International & World Latin Dance Cup Champions performers and teachers!
- Bremen’s second official qualifier for the 6. World Latin Dance Cup in December 2015 in Miami, Florida!
- 27 years of Salsa expertise from his Founder & Artistic Director: Gallo Suarez. Him & his Team have invited
quality performers from around the Globe for great performances, history & dance instruction.
- 3 very special nights of parties, dancing, learning, drinking, eating & making new friends!
- The world’s very first Festival event honoring & celebrating Mambo & Salsa dancing origins…
The Palladium Ballroom established 1948!
-A showcase of Germany’s very best Salsa dance schools!
It is still an intimate event, where you can meet, dance & learn from world champions & world class
Salsa talent!
More information at:
www.palladium-voyage.com/home
www.facebook.com/pages/Palladium-Voyage-International-Salsa-Festival-Bremen/158736440829987
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www.palladium-voyage.com/home
YERBA BUENA DC + Sarah Balzat (DE)
and more to be confirmed
Confirmed Artist line up:
+Albert Torres (USA)
+Alien Ramirez (CUBA)
+Billy & Rapunzel (GER & PER)
+Cesar Sanchez (GER & PER)
+Dimitris & Stella (GRE)
+Fernando & Susy (COL & SWE)
+Gio & Keti (PER & DE)
+GUATEQUE DC - Patrick & Irena (HOL)
+IMPULSO LATINO - Julian & Isabell (GER)
+Javier & Elsa (MEX & ESP)
+Jeremy & Olaia (ESP & FRA)
+Julio & Anna (DE)
+Ladira Marselia (NL)
Confirmed line up of DJ’s:
DJ Andre (NL)
DJ Archi Roots (DE)
DJ Gallo (USA)
DJ MaRino ( ITA/FIN )
DJ Mr. Gentleman Osman (DE)
DJ Pablo Cuesta (SPA/DE)
DJ Alex (EC)
PLUS ENTIRE FRIDAY LINEUP OF WORLD LATIN DANCE
CUP COMPETITORS!
www.palladium-voyage.com/artists
LA SANDUNGUERA
+Gallo & Wally (USA & DE)
+Janu (FIN)
+Katja (DE)
+Fulya (TUR)
+Amateur Ladies Team
+Ladies Team
+Marin & Alex (IT)
+Markus Uderstadt ( DE )
MAMBOLATINJAZZ +Ariel & Mary (IT & ARG)
+Rudsel & Janne (HOL)
+Salsaakademien Team (SWE)
+Soeniel & Maud (NL)
SPANISH DREAM + Marga & Cala (ESP)
+Vanessa Mambi (NL)
+VIP Dance (NL)
+Williams & Sissy (PER & DE)
It will take place at the most central location in Bremen,
only 5 min walking distance from the Hauptbahnhof,
Bremen
With two dancefloors & 440 Square meters on Friday
and Saturday Bahnhofstrasse 12, 28195 Bremen
www.palladium-voyage.com/location
To book tickets and for more information, please contact: [email protected]
Website: www.palladium-voyage.com/
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7th Annual
Melbourne Latin Festival
Latin America is taking over Melbourne once again in
a three-day dancing festival of performances, workshops and parties. For the first time ever, the Melbourne Latin Festival (MLF) is moving to Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance in North Melbourne where
performers and participants from around the world
will share their greatest passion.
2013 finalists for Australia’s Got Talent – and World
Champion finalists Ania and JT.
Leading Latin dancers from Norway, Sweden and
Australia will strut their stuff both on the stage and as
part of 30 dance workshops covering all styles from
salsa to samba and for all levels from beginner to professional.
“We’re particularly excited about our new, more central venue at the avant-garde Ministry of Dance and
we expect to see many smiles and sequins throughout the three days of our Latin extravaganza.”
Cuban artist Greydis Liranza will bring the flavour of
her home country to the Festival in a ‘Cuban immersion’ course. Her 20 years of experience include film,
television, theatre and music videos.
Sweden’s hottest exports, Zerjon & Nina, will bring
their unique fusion of salsa and hip hop to Melbourne.
Their ‘Salsa Street Fusion’ has won international titles
and was the first ever streetdance production in a
Scandinavian Opera.
Nightly performances will see local, interstate and
international artists bedazzle the crowds including
Juan Carlos Ospina and Angela Fayth McCristal –
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MLF Chairperson Natalie Montano said, “Dance is a
huge part of Latin America’s culture and our Festival
enables visitors to experience that part of the world,
whether as an active participant or as a spectator.
International DJs and live Latin bands will spice up
the parties each night (18+) across three rooms so
whether you’re a lover of dance, looking to learn
world-class skills, or a dancing wannabe, the Melbourne Latin Festival will have you dancing the night
away.
Proudly supporting the Leukaemia Foundation
www.melbournelatinfestival.com.au
www.melbournelatinfestival.com.au
JT & Ania
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www.melbournelatinfestival.com.au
Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance,
/64 Sutton St, North Melbourne
Friday 3 to Sunday 5 April 2015 (Easter weekend)
[email protected]
0413 503 262
www.melbournelatinfestival.com.au
Greydis
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Nina Zerjon
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NEW SWING SEXTET, a living,
on stage legend, through their
“50th Anniversary Tour” 2015.
A product of New York City and the excitement and
turbulence of the 60s, the New Swing Sextet (NSS)
made it’s professional debut at the New York World’s
Fair in 1965. The band was to become very popular
in the United States and Latin America, including the
Caribbean, as exponents of an innovative new sound
that emerged in the mid-60s known as Latin Boogaloo.
Though the New Swing currently has 7 members,
when the group first got together it was composed
of 6 members (popularly called
a Sextet). During that era
(1960s), so many young musicians growing up in New York
were exposed and influenced
by rock-and-roll, pop, and soul
music (in addition to Latin
music) which, in our opinion,
helped give birth to the latin
boogaloo (which was in term
related to the cha-cha-cha and guajira rhythms). During the boogaloo’s peak years of popularity, there was
also a slight decline in the popularity of mambo and
salsa. But the young new bands of that era such as
Willie Colon, Johnny Colon, the Lebron Brothers, Joe
Bataan, Ricardo Ray and the Joey Pastrana Orchestra,
as well as the New Swing Sextet, were responsible for
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creating a young fresh, joyful yet rebellious sound.
Though not as polished as the established latin
bands of that era (Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Machito, Joe Cuba etc.) it was raw, and different. The New
Swing Sextet also supported many social and charitable events of nascent character, such as The Young
Lords Party (a legendary Newyorrican group in their
own right) created by young, educated and brilliant
neighborhood people committed to social justice
and fighting for better housing and living standards
for the people of El Barrio (Spanish Harlem) and the
Bronx. A long and great artistic story on stages and concert
halls all over the world is born.
In 2015, New Swing Sextet celebrates their 50th Anniversary
with a worldwide audience
ready for tours shows, dancing,
and as usual, their unique style,
sound and happiness. Latin
Jazz, Salsa and the Boogaloo all live.
How was the New Swing Sextet created?
NSS was created in 1964 and we first took the stage
when we performed at the New York World’s Fair in
1965. It was a wonderful time to be a young musi-
By: La Clave Spain
Euroson Latino México
cian in New York City. Every neighborhood had latin
dance halls and small clubs, and every neighborhood
had a latin band (or many latin bands as in Spanish
Harlem). Almost all of the clubs featured live music
and many venues routinely featured 2 or 3 live bands
a night. So in that era every teenage boy, and many
girls, wanted to be in a latin band. We weren’t very
good in the beginning but we were enthusiastic and
determined to make music. It took two years to get
our first recording deal (1967) and before you knew
it, we were playing 4, 5 or 6 dates every week. We
performed alongside Tito Puente, Machito & Graciela,
Eddie Palmieri, the Joe Cuba Sextet, Johnny Pacheco,
Ray Barreto, Willy Colon and Hector Lavoe, Johnny Colon, Joe Bataan, the Lebron Brothers, Ricardo Ray and
Bobby Cruz, Orchestra Broadway, Orchestra Harlow,
Pete Rodriguez etc. etc. etc. What an amazing musical education we got and what a great and legendary
fraternity of musicians we enjoyed being a part of.
After retiring in the late 1970s, why did NSS decide
to get back together again? Why not 10 years before or after? Who had the idea?
We really thought that the style of music we played
was not popular anymore so we really had no intention of getting back together. An old friend who was
part of an organization that was having an annual
reunion dance in Spanish Harlem asked if we would
consider getting back together for just one night to
perform at their event. We thought it would be fun
and decided to do the event. That lead to another
event and then another. We were happy performing
once or twice a year until we met DJ Henry Knowles
in 2003. Henry convinced us that people all over the
world were requesting our music and that we should
seriously consider continuing performing and recording another record.
Which are the differences between today’s NSS and
the original one, if any?
The old NSS actually split up in 1972 after 2 of the
bandmembers were drafted into the armed services
and our original lead singer (Pete Ortiz) returned back
to his native Puerto Rico after his mother took ill. At
that time we were playing 5-6 nights every week so
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we had to quickly add new members and not miss a
beat with our performance schedule. We were fortunate I would say that the musical style of both bands
were very similar. In the era of the original NSS, boogaloo was very popular so we played more boogaloo.
The current version of the band plays more salsa, is a
much better vocal band and is more musically versatile.
What are your favorite bands and influences?
Probably most of the bands mentioned above are
among our favorites, but we were most influenced by
the Joe Cuba Sextet and by Cal Tjader and his latin
jazz quintet. After all, we were a vibe sextet. I think
that over the years you can still hear the influence of
Tjader and Joe’s Sextet in our music.
How many LP’s/CD’s have been recorded by New
Swing Sextet and what do you believe has been
your greatest musical successes as well as the greatest live performance?
• The New Swing Sextet has recorded 6 studio records. Our first recording entitled The Explosive New
Swing Sextet under the Cotique Label was recorded
it in 1967. It featured songs like our original recording of “Vete Pa Ya,” “Monkey See, Monkey Do” and
“Coquero.” Our Second recording entitled A Taste of
Spanish Harlem (1968) featured the New Swing and
Revue (3 beautiful female vocalists who accompanied the band for the album) and featured songs like
“Belinda” and our original recordings of “El Bongo”
and “The Monster.” In 1969 we recorded our Swinging Along album which included our signature song,
“My Favorite Things,”“Pico Swing,”“De Que te Quejas,”
“El Nuevo Swing Les Toca” and “Think Drink (El Silbidito).” In 1971 we reworded our final studio album
under the Cotique Label Revolucionando which included “El Tiroteo,” “Revolucionando and “Requerdos
de Rafael.” After the long layoff of over 35 years, in
2008 we released our Grammy nominated Back on
the Streets under the Fania Label, which included
new recordings of “El Bongo,” “El Tiroteo” and “The
Monster” as well as “Bobo Tu Te Quedaras” El Balcon”
and “El Raton.” In 2013 we released our latest recording “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” under our own
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NSS Label which includes original recordings “Maybe
Then,” “Trabajador Social,” “No Puedo Mas,” “Somos
El New Swing” and new recordings of “Vete Pa Ya,”
“Revolucionando,” and “El Rajao” as well as new NSS
versions of the classic recordings “La Loma de Belen”
and “La Bien Paga.” We have also been featured in
over 20 other CD compilations, and have had a number of our songs recorded by other artists.
• I think we all would agree (in no particular order)
that our greatest musical achievements so far would
be our Grammy nomination, our longevity, performing in so many countries and having such a wide
base of fans throughout the world, both young and
old. We may not be world famous, but
we are certainly world known. Not everyone can say
that...we are blessed and we know it.
• We have enjoyed performing in all corners of the
world and have had so many memorable concerts,
but the live performances that stand out are our
shows with the legendary Cheo Feliciano and our
performances in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia and in Cyprus...
simply amazing!
By: La Clave Spain
We also cannot underestimate the fact that so many
DJs all over the world constantly play our music. In
addition to that, we are a small band which means
that promoters do not have to fly a big orchestra to
their event (which means less airfare, hotels, meals
and transportation costs). So in the long run it makes
NSS an attractive and affordable band for national
and international travel. Whatever the reason, we’re
hoping it has something to do with the quality of the
music. In either event we are very grateful.
What do you think of salsa congresses?
We absolutely love salsa congresses. They’re like
mini-vacations built around salsa music. You make
new friends, reunite with old friends, see great performances, visit exciting countries all over the world
and usually wish they would never end. It’s a wonderful experience for all the performers and people
in attendance.
What is the difference between NSS and other salsa
bands?
Hamburg
What about Latin Jazz? You include it in your live
repertoire too which makes you different than
many other bands?
As we said earlier, one of our main influences came
from Cal Tjader and his Latin Jazz Quintet. We do play
many instrumentals in that style...we enjoy it and we
think it shows.
The NSS has become one of the world’s most popular salsa congress and festival bands. You have already performed in the most important salsa congresses in the world: Los Angeles, New York, Athens,
Zurich, Germany, Israel, Cyprus etc. There are very
few bands that are as popular in the premier salsa
congresses in the world. Is there any reason for it?
I think people are fascinated by the fact that we are
together again after so many years in retirement and
the fact that our new CD was nominated for a Grammy Award. That’s pretty amazing considering that the
last recording before Back on the Streets was in 1971.
There are many wonderful salsa bands on the scene
today. I personally think that it’s because we play exactly the way we played 50 years ago (only better),
and how many bands in any genre are still playing
after 50 years...not many. In addition, we really love
what we do and there is also a hunger for classic oldschool salsa by today’s global salsa enthusiasts.
Nominated for a Grammy (and not just a Latin
Grammy), what does it mean to you and don’t you
think this award can be expanded to recognize not
only well known latin artists?
As you can imagine, being nominated for a Grammy
by the National Association of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) was very humbling and a wonderful
achievement of recognition for us.
Even though we didn’t win the Grammy, we will forever be known as Grammy nominees, an accomplishment that many great artists never get to achieve. As
far as the second part of your question, I don’t know
that the Grammy’s need to be expanded to include
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less known artists, as we certainly fell in that category, but we do believe that they need to be increased
to include more categories and styles of latin music.
A new CD is released this year, this work remains
true to your roots or any change occurs?
We are in the pre-production stage and still molding
the type of record we want to put out. Considering
that this recording commemorates our 50th anniversary, we may dig back into our roots growing up
New York City and it’s cultural diversions for inspiration and sprinkle some of that into the new CD. So
the new production will have some variety but it will
also include a few instrumentals, more english language vocals featuring the unique voicings of Angel
Justiniano and of course the “salsa dura” interpretations that we and our lead latin vocalist, Cheo Medina
are known for.
Tell us a bit more about the 50th Anniversary Tour,
what does it mean to New Swing Sextet?
Not many artists are fortunate enough to span 50
years and still be relevant in their particular cosen
field, so we are thrilled to be in this position, especially when so many of our new fans don’t even know
we’ve been around for 50 years. Believe it or not,
many of them think that we’re just a hot new band.
That is so cool.
What people, public and promoters, should expect
from this Tour?
We will be performing and introducing material from
the new CD. Also, the possibility of a guest artista or
two, during this tour, is very possible.
Being such an important celebration, who is going
to organize it and why have you have decided to do
it this way?
It is going to be a very important year for us and organizing a tour like this will take a great deal of time,
preparation, planning, execution and promotion. If
we did all of this on our own we wouldn’t have time
left to write and make music. To this end, we’re very
excited and fortunate to have been able to partner
with Cat 7 Productions in Spain. They will be booking
and organizing all of our tours. If you need information or wish to book the band please feel free to visit
us at www.cat7productions.com for more information or via email: [email protected]
or [email protected]
Finally, after 50 years of giving rhythm and joy to so
many people...The legend continues?
How do you see NSS in the future and what are your
short term goals?
We see NSS continuing to perform and create studio
recordings for at least another 10 years. After performing in so many countries and continents we would
love to play in places we have never had the privilege
of visiting. Africa, South America, Cuba, Tokyo, Australia and New Zealand come to mind. We would love
to do collaborations and special projects with other
artists and it would be amazing to be nominated and
win some Grammy’s. As far as short term goals go
they all begin and end with our 50th year of music.
It has been a real privilege to sit with these guys.
To sit with living legends through their unique and
inimitable view of Latin Jazz, Salsa and more. If you
are a fan, or in the music business and would like to
take advantage of this amazing opportunity to have
the New Swing Sextet perform their magic and give
you the very best of tropical latin music at your festival, concert, or dance event, please visit Cat 7 Productions www.cat7productions.com email them at:
[email protected] or [email protected]
The New Swing Sextet:
Jimmy Figueroa /Timbales and Vocals
Conal Fowkes / Piano
Angel Justiniano / Congas and Lead EnglishVocals
Harry Justiniano / Bass and Vocals
Jose“Cheo”Medina / Lead Latin Vocals and Hand Percussion
Hector Ortiz / Bongos and Latin Percussion
George Rodriguez / Vibes
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TRINA MEDINA
Biografía
Hija de la famosa sonera venezolana Canelita Medina. Nace
un 28 de febrero. Su pasión
y principal motivación en la
vida es la música.
Trina Medina se hizo sentir al hacer los coros de temas
que marcaron historia dentro del ámbito musical venezolano, entre ellos: “Mi no tiene con qué” (Frank
Quintero), “Robando Azules”, “Por estas calles” y la
memorable participación vocal en el tema “Madera Fina” (Yordano) imprimiéndole ese agudo acento suyo que inmediatamente la colocó al frente de
la escena y como solista. Lila Vera y Alberto Naranjo
-sus grandes maestros- la ayudan a desarrollar su potencial sumando a ello sus estudios musicales de teoría y solfeo en el Conservatorio José Reina, también
aprende armonía, bajo eléctrico, piano, orquestación
y arreglos.
En el año 1989 gana el I Festival Internacional de
Tumbas de Curazao, el cual hasta esemomento lo
habían ganado solamente hombres, y es en ese año
que deciden convocarlo internacionalmente logrando por primera vez que ganara una mujer. En 1991
es invitada al I Festival de Música Latinoamericana,
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compartiendo escenario con el maestro Eddie Palmieri en la Sala Ríos Reina del Teatro Teresa Carreño.
Para 1993 es invitada nuevamente al II Festival de
Música Latinoamericana compartiendo esta vez la
tarima con el gran Rubén Blades. Es en este evento
donde el famoso compositor Catalino “Tite” Curet
Alonso queda impactado con la interpretación de
Trina y le regala cinco canciones de su propia inspiración. Posteriormente viaja a Puerto Rico y conoce a
Luís Enrique y Tony Vega en una improvisada descarga musical donde se encontraba el Sr. Ángel Carrasco
ejecutivo de Sony Music, quien al escucharla decide
proponerle un contrato con el sello.
En 1995, tras mucha preparación,
sale al mercado su primer trabajo como solista titulado “Trina
Medina”, el cual fue grabado en
su totalidad en Puerto Rico. La
acogida y el respeto adquirido
fue tal que Trina logra hacer un
segundo disco… “Entrega”. Se paseó libre y vocalmente desde el absoluto desamor con los temas
“Tú me la pagarás” y “Hablando sola”, para luego refirmarse en sus convicciones con el ritmo de “No digo
mentiras”, y así llegar solvente para exponer que la
alegría de redimirse puede ser a través de “Una Gota
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de sal”.
Debido a su éxito, una reconocida empresa mundial de
bebidas espumantes la contrata para ser la voz de su
campaña publicitaria en el
mercado puertorriqueño.
Fue tanta la aceptación que
los ejecutivos deciden transmitirla en Miami y
New York para el público latino. Estando en Puerto
Rico y “La ciudad de los rascacielos” Trina comparte
escenario con grandes orquestas y personalidades,
entre ellas: La Orquesta de la luz, El Gran Combo, Ismael Miranda, Cheo Feliciano, La India y Willie Colón;
a este último lo acompañó en una gira de conciertos
por Philadelphia. El “Grupo Vera” la invita a grabar un
tema en el disco para celebrar su 20 aniversario en
1998, en el que Trina comparte con Simón Díaz.
Trina, consecuente con la generación a la que pertenece, ha desarrollado una particularidad escénica
que subraya con su fuerza vocal, logrando diferenciarse radicalmente de su herencia artística. Y logrando conseguir una identificación propia, que le ha
dado un nombre respetado y admirado a lo largo de
varias generaciones.
También ha dejado su huella musical impresa en el
celuloide, participando acertadamente en las producciones cinematográficas: “Piel” del director Oscar Lucién; “La voz del corazón” de Carlos Oteyza. Ha
sonorizado “A la media noche y media” de Mariana
Rondón y Marité Ugás; la producción audiovisual experimental “Sugar Free” de Pepe López & Carlos Sosa;
y recientemente “Una abuela virgen” de Olegario Barrera, la cual resultó ganadora en el Festival Nacional
Cine Mérida 2007, obteniendo igualmente el Premio
Municipal de la Cultura del mismo año en el renglón
Mejor Música Original por el trabajo realizado por Trina.
A la par de su actividad musical desarrolló durante
seis años, una sostenida acción gerencial como Subdirectora de Cultura de la Universidad Central de Venezuela, aportando su límpido criterio artístico a la
“Casa que vence las sombras”.
En 2004 Trina enfrenta las cámaras al aceptar el nuevo
reto de actriz, interpretando al personaje “Felicidad”,
en el dramático de Radio Caracas Televisión, titulado
“Negra consentida”, donde dejó clara evidencia de su
versatilidad artística, su impecable trabajo en dicha
producción aún se recuerda con beneplácito.
La riqueza musical de la salsa de Trina Medina vuelve al escucharse con
la edición de un nuevo disco: “Trina Medina En Vivo” tomado de su
primer concierto en solitario en el
Aula Magna de la UCV, donde participan invitados especiales de la
talla de Carlos “Nené” Quintero,
Carlos Puchi, Daniel Somaróo, Francisco Rojas,
Gerardo López, Roy Louis, y Canelita Medina, entre
otros, quienes la acompañan en temas tan emblemáticos como “Hablando Sola” de Carlos Pérez, “Duérmete” de Trina Medina, “Una gota de Sal” de Luís Cruz
por solo mencionar algunas. También ofrece cuatro
Medleys con temas muy conocidos de Frank Quintero, Miguel Matamoros, Jhonny Pacheco, Grupo Mango, Ángel “Cuco” Peña. Este CD tiene la particularidad
de ofrecer un bonus track (por cada uno de los CDs)
el cual consiste en un video de “Duérmete” y el “Medley 3”.
Trina Medina es una artista completa y así lo demuestra en una nueva producción donde destaca
su participación como arreglista y compositora además de cantante y productora del mismo. Se trata de
“Voces y música del alma - Estoy como nunca”, una
impactante carátula, un extenso y hermoso reconocimiento a músicos, personalidades, productores, y
gente ligada a la vida de la diva negra, trae este CD,
en el que ella está consciente de lo importante que
es en la vida agradecer: “Son gente que me han dado
mucho, que merecen mi eterno reconocimiento, por
eso los nombro a cada uno de ellos, gracias al apoyo este disco es una realidad”, dice humildemente y
sin falsas poses. El discompacto trae trece temas y un
bonus track de la canción: “Para vivir”, el tema “Puro
teatro” de la legendaria figura La Lupe a ritmo de reggae, respetando la melodía, pero dándole a esta, un
toque de modernidad, que estamos seguros la desaparecida estrella hubiera agradecido. Un disco que
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tiene de todo, y para todos los gustos, una joya musical de nuestra perla negra, de la intérprete de canciones como: “Madera Fina”, “Por estas calles”, “Hablando
sola”, y “Una gota de sal”, entre otras, que tanto agradecemos los que amamos la música, y admiramos su
infinito talento.
Todo espacio será estrecho para concentrar la acción
creativa de esta particular artista que día a día se renueva bifurcándose en diversos lenguajes con los
que indudablemente llega a diferentes auditorios,
porque ella no ha sido producto de un falso entarimado, sino su propio pilar desde donde ha mantenido una sostenida y coherente carrera que siempre
nos asombra por su reinvento.
Discografía
Voces y música del alma
Estoy como nunca
2008. TM Producciones.
Trina Medina En Vivo
2006. TM Producciones.
Entrega
1996. Sony Internacional.
Trina Medina
1995. Sony Internacional.
Claroscuro
2014. Kurramba Music C.A.
Trina Medina en las Redes Sociales:
www.facebook.com/pages/TRINA-MEDINA/60868854883
twitter.com/Trina_Medina
www.youtube.com/user/TrinaMedinaTV
www.reverbnation.com/TrinaMedina
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En 2014, Trina Medina lanza su nueva producción discográfica: “Claroscuro”, en la que fusiona un sinfín de
influencias (blues, jazz), sobre ritmos (salsa, tambores
venezolanos), colores de la música afroamericana,
narrando en diez temas, nueve de su autoría y uno
de Jesús Rosas Marcano, la historia de los diferentes
estados emocionales que afloran en un ser humano
cuando colapsan los sentimientos. Es su quinto álbum, el tercero realizado independientemente (Kurramba Music C.A.), cuyos arreglos son en su mayoría
propios, salvo dos compartidos con Ricardo Landaeta
y el curazoleño Roy Louis. A nivel técnico la calidad
también sobre sale en este disco al contar con la coproducción, grabación y mezcla del ganador de Latin
Grammy Germán Landaeta, y el estadounidense Bernie Grundman.
“Claroscuro”, narra episodios de desencuentros, pasiones, añoranzas, renacimiento y fe en el futuro, visto desde la perspectiva de un soñador terrenal, visionario y genuino al mismo tiempo. Los protagonistas
de esta historia se presentan en la forma de relaciones agotadas, cuya simbología es la presentación de
la soledad y el renacer en todas sus manifestaciones;
no es otra cosa que un manifiesto de soledad y fe.
Igualmente incluye un dúo con su madre, la sonera
venezolana Canelita Medina.
“Claroscuro” está disponible para descargar en iTunes, la tienda multimedia de Apple, a través de la dirección: itunes.apple.com/ve/album/claro-oscuro/
id946893334, otros discos de Trina disponibles en
iTunes: itunes.apple.com/ve/artist/trina-medina/
id324727520
Management:
Alba Bustamante.
Teléfono: 0414.277.98.94
Correo: [email protected]
Caracas, Venezuela.
www.trinamedina.com.ve
www.facebook.com/alba.bustamante.50
@AlbaBustamanteD
“Claroscuro” también está a la venta través del sitio
web www.trinamedina.com.ve
www.trinamedina.com.ve/
www.youtube.com/user/TrinaMedinaTV
[email protected]_Medina
www.reverbnation.com/TrinaMedina
w w w. f a ce b o o k . co m / p a g e s / T R I N A - M E D I NA/60868854883
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MARCO IZQUIERDO
Marco Izquierdo, conocido en el mundo artístico
como Dr. Left, es un abogado nacido en la ciudad
de Caracas, Venezuela, en 1975. Desde muy joven le
llamó la atención el mundo artístico. A pesar de no
tener cualidades vocales ni destreza con algún instrumento nunca se apartó del mundo artístico y frecuentaba conciertos,
eventos musicales y hasta hacía pequeños trabajos de producciones en
películas y eventos.
Una vez terminada la primaria, Marco
Izquierdo, inició su carrera de Publicidad y Mercadeo en el Instituto Universitario Tecnológico Venezuela, la
cual tuvo que abandonar en la última
etapa de la carrera por la necesidad
de abrir un negocio en la ciudad de
Porlamar, Isla de Margarita.
Pocos años después ¡la vocación llegó! e inspirado por
los maestros y abogados Jerry Mazzuchi y Rubén Blades inicia su carrera en leyes en la Universidad Santa
María en Caracas, la que termina cinco años después.
En el transcurso de sus estudios como abogado, labora en un bufete de abogados de nombre Viera Blanco
y Asociados, donde se encuentra y conoce (como él
lo dice) “LA ÚNICA PROPIEDAD REAL QUE TENEMOS
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LOS SERES HUMANOS: LA PROPIEDAD INTELECTUAL”.
Aquí entendió el valioso significado que tiene el registro de propiedad intelectual para la raza humana y
para el desarrollo de la ciencia.
Una vez graduado, inició estudios de post grado en Derecho
Administrativo y Tributario en la
misma Universidad Santa María.
Culminando sus estudios, y en su
actividad favorita de fin de semana, el softball, conoce al artista
venezolano Mark Colina y éste le
cuenta su proyecto musical con su
hermano Kike Jhon. Marco, quien
ya entendía muy bien de lo que se
trataba el proyecto y lo ambicioso
que era, se unió en asociación con
el empresario Richard D’Nobrega, quien se mostró interesado en formar parte del equipo. Marco y Richard
deciden crear el Sello Disquero Latin Underground
Music C.A., la que aún desarrolla la carrera artista de
los hermanos Kike y Mark en Venezuela y también
cumple con compromisos de representación de algunos artistas internacionales.
Una vez terminada la producción del primer disco de
Kike y Mark, Venezuela pasaba por una presión polí-
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De izquierda a derecha: Kike Jhon, Marco Izquierdo, Mark Colina y el productor cinematográfico Alexmir Dordelly
en la producción del videoclip de SO SI TA RICO en Caracas, Venezuela
tica tensa, desfavorable para el proyecto musical que
ellos querían desarrollar. Marco Izquierdo, entendió
la necesidad y obligación que tenía de sacar este proyecto artístico del país e internacionalizarlo para garantizar su continuidad. Sale del país con su familia
a la ciudad de Orlando, Florida, EEUU, donde reside
actualmente.
Al poco tiempo de estar residenciado en esta ciudad,
le da personalidad jurídica a su sello disquero en este
país y funda la Latin Underground Music llc. Una vez
creada toda la base legal y financiera de esta empresa, se plantea la necesidad de una tarima digital para
proyectar, distribuir y garantizar el pago de obras al
talento artistico hispano de la región. Con este objetivo, crea el sitio web www.latinumusic.com y se dedica a desarrollar su proyecto musical disquero, por
cuanto se propone convertir este espacio digital en el
más buscado por los artistas hispanos para el registro
y distribución de sus obras a nivel mundial.
En esta vitrina musical, como él la llama, Marco Izquierdo desarrolla actividades de publisher, distribución digital, representación artística, booking, licenciamiento con otros portales y/o blogs y promete ir
incorporando nuevos servicios a la vanguardia de las
necesidades musicales del mundo.
En vista del éxito que ha tenido esta plataforma digital, se han sumado personalidades del mundo artístico de casi 50 años de carrera como la orquesta Los
Satélites de Venezuela, quienes hoy forman parte de
su cartera de clientes de esta empresa. También una
artista de gran trayectoria musical en Venezuela y Latinoamérica como lo es Trina Medina. Igualmente talentos jóvenes en vías de crecimiento como la banda
venezolana A lo Flamenko, el bachatero dominicano
Yormonti, el vallenatero colombiano Alex Romero,
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los salseros venezolanos Hildemaro, Enio López, Samir Bazzi, Deivid (Chino) Márquez, entre otros.
“Tengo el
compromiso,
por haber nacido
en esta era digital,
de coadyuvar
en este mismo
sentido con el
talento hispano
en el mundo”.
Marco A. Izquierdo a.k.a Dr. Left
El mundo de la monetizacion digital musical es un
tema innovador para nuestros artistas. El desarrollo
de esta actividad demanda mucho tiempo y dedicación, por esto, Marco Izquierdo recomienda a los
artistas de hoy delegar esta actividad a empresas especialidades en el área y para que dediquen su tiempo a la preparación, organización y producción de su
actividad natural que es la difícil tarea del entretenimiento.
Marco Izquierdo comenta: “El mundo artístico de hoy,
al igual que el deportivo, se ha convertido en una
gran industria capaz de generar muchísimo dinero.
Por ello, se debe crear un equipo de trabajo capaz de
atender todas las necesidades de la industria. De la
misma manera que el gran empresario delega funciones en su departamento administrativo, de logística,
de finanzas, de atención al cliente, etc., los artistas de
hoy deben delegar funciones en otras personas que
desarrollen estas actividades. Me he encontrado con
artistas que pierden su valioso tiempo en registros
y distribuciones, en vez de aprovecharlo en nuevas
producciones, ensayos, fotografías, entrevistas y las
miles de actividades que tienen a diario”
Email: [email protected]
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Kike Jhon y Marco Izquierdo grabando el tema
SO SI TA RICO de Kike y Mark
Mark Colina, Marco Izquierdo y Kike Jhon grabando
el tema SO SI TA RICO de Kike y Mark
De izquierda a derecha: Kike John, Richard D’Nobrega, Marco A. Izquierdo, Mark Colina
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33rd San Francisco
Jazz Festival & 2015
Summer Sessions
San Francisco, CA, March 19, 2015 – SFJAZZ today
announced summer programming for the 33rd San
Francisco Jazz Festival running June 9 to June 21,
2015 and the Summer Sessions concert series running July 16 to August 23, 2015.
The San Francisco Jazz Festival will present 43 concerts over 13 days and Summer Sessions will present
66 shows over 38 days with an eclectic lineup of legendary performers and up-and-coming artists from
around the Bay Area and the world. Performances
will take place at the SFJAZZ Center’s Robert N. Miner Auditorium, Joe Henderson Lab, and Davies Symphony Hall.
Festival and Summer Sessions tickets go on sale to
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the public on Wednesday, April 15 at 11:00AM PST
and to SFJAZZ Members on Wednesday, April 1 at
11:00AM PST.
Tickets
and
information
www.sfjazz.org
Phone: 866-920-5299
Por: Sf jazz
33rd San Francisco Jazz Festival &
2015 Summer Sessions Listings
San Francisco Jazz Festival Kickoff Celebration
Proxy Space, Hayes Valley
Tuesday, June 9
5:00pm-10:00pm
Free
Brass Magic, Gaucho, Beer Garden, Videos
Grammy Winning Grooves
Snarky Puppy
Wednesday, June 10
Friday, June 12
7:30pm
$25/40/50
Saturday, June 13
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/45/65
Virtuoso Guitar Duo
Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge
Wednesday, June 10
Thursday, June 11
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$35
The Music of Hoagy Carmichael
Tiffany Austin
Friday, June 12
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$25
Rhythm and Soul
Quinn DeVeaux & The Blue
Beat Review
Saturday, June 13
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$25
The Music of Frank Sinatra
Jonathan Poretz
Sunday, June 14
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$25
Goapele
Sunday, June 14
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/40/50
I Am Shelby Lynne
Shelby Lynne
Monday, June 15
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/45/65
The Music of Lester Young
Smith Dobson’s Prez Kids
Monday, June 15
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$25
Boogie & Blues
Davina & The Vagabonds
Tuesday, June 16
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$30
A Love Supreme
Campbell Brothers
Tuesday, June 16
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/45/65
John Scofield Quartet featuring John Medeski,
Ben Street & Bill Stewart
Wednesday, June 17
7:00pm, $30/55/80
9:30pm, $30/50/75
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
Spanish Bass Virtuoso
Giulia Valle
Wednesday, June 17
7:30pm & 9:00pm
$25
Thursday, June 18
7:00pm & 8:30pm
$25
Joe Henderson Lab
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Cross-Cultural Soul
Ester Rada
Wednesday, June 18
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/40/60
Tribute to Ernesto Lecuona
Chucho Valdés, Gonzalo
Rubalcaba, Michel Camilo
Sunday, June 21
8:00pm
Davies Symphony Hall
$25/55/75/95/125
New Album Release
Robert Glasper Trio
Friday, June 19
7:00pm, $30/50/70
9:30pm, $25/40/60
Saturday, June 20
7:00pm, $30/55/80
9:30pm, $30/50/70
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
South African Stars
Freshlyground
Friday, June 19
7:30pm & 9:00pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$35
Hammond Organ Summit
Wil Blades Trio featuring Dr.
Lonnie Smith
Saturday, June 20
7:00pm, 8:30pm, 10:00pm
$45
Sunday, June 21
7:00pm & 8:30pm
$35
Joe Henderson Lab
Cuban Percussion Master
Pedrito Martinez
Sunday, June 21
7:30pm
$25/40/50
10:00pm
$20/35/45
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
Pedrito Martínez, June 21
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The Sarah Vaughan Project
Ann Hampton Callaway
Thursday, July 16
7:30PM
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/50/70
The Music of Louis Armstrong
Catherine Russell
Thursday, July 16
Friday, July 17
Sunday, July 19
7:00pm & 8:30pm
$30
Saturday, July 18
7:00pm & 8:30pm
$40
Joe Henderson Lab
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/40/50
La Santa Cecilia
Friday, July 24
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/40/50
Songs of Defiance & Triumph
Tania Libertad - A Tribute to
Chavela Vargas
Saturday, July 25
7:00pm $30/45/65
9:30pm $25/35/55
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
The Music of Billie Holiday
Kim Nalley
Friday, July 17
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/40/60
Tex-Mex Superstars
Flaco Jiménez and Max Baca
Sunday, July 26
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/35/55
The Music of Bob Dylan
Paula West
Saturday, July 18
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/50/70
Big Band Innovations
Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat
Band
Thursday, July 30
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner
Auditorium
$30/50/70
The Music of Nat King Cole
Freddy Cole Quartet
Sunday, July 19
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/50/70
Songs of Agustín Lara
Natalia Lafourcade
Thursday, July 23
L.A. Treasures
Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra
Friday, July 31
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/50/70
La Santa Cecilia, July 24
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EVENT
Thelonious Monk Legacy
John Beasley’s MONK’estra
Saturday, August 1
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/50/70
The Motorcycle Diaries
Jorge Drexler
Saturday, August 8
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/50/70
Hip-Hop + Jazz
Joomanji
Friday, August 14
8:30pm & 10:00pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$15
The Music of Steely Dan
Tommy Igoe Groove Conspiracy
Sunday, August 2
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/40/60
A Tribute to Frank Espada
John Santos & Friends
Sunday, August 9
2:00pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/45/65
Desert Blues
Tinariwen
Saturday, August 15
7:00pm $35/55/75
9:30pm $25/45/65
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
Rising Afropop Star
Aurelio
Thursday, August 6
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/35/45
Afro-Peruvian Vocalist
Susana Baca
Sunday, August 9
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/35/50
Blues Giant
Buddy Guy
Saturday, August 15
7:30pm
Davies Symphony Hall
$35/55/75/95/115
Brazilian Jazz Duo
Gilson Peranzzetta & Mauro
Senise
Thursday, August 6
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$25
Malian Master Musicians
Bassekou Kouyaté & Ngoni Ba
Thursday, August 13
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/45/65
Ukulele Virtuoso
Jake Shimabukuro
Sunday, August 16
7:00pm
Davies Symphony Hall
$25/40/60/80
Future Brass
Brass Magic
Thursday, August 13
8:30pm & 10:00pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$15
African Guitar Legacy
Vieux Farka Touré
Sunday, August 16
7:00pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/40/60
Ethiopian/American Songwriter
Meklit
Friday, August 14
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/35/45
Soul Power
Con Brio
Saturday, August 15
8:30pm & 10:00pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$20
Cuban Music Legends
Los Van Van
Friday, August 14
7:30pm
Davies Symphony Hall
$30/50/70/90
Bay Area Forró
Dona Francisca
Sunday, August 16
8:30pm & 10:00pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$15
Brazilian Brass & Percussion
Orkestra Rumpilezz
Friday, August 7
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$30/45/65
Art of the Trio
Edward Simon Trio
Friday, August 7
Saturday, August 8
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Sunday, August 9
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$30
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Lounge Piano
Ethan Iverson
Thursday, August 20
Friday, August 21
7:00pm & 8:30pm
$25
Saturday, August 22
7:00pm & 8:30pm
$30
Tribute to a Legend
Gene Kelly: The Legacy
Wednesday, August 20
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$35/$60
San Francisco Film Noir
The Maltese Falcon
Live score by Lisa Mezzacappa’s
avantNOIR
Sunday, August 23
9:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$15/$20
State of the Art
Antonio Sánchez & Migration
Sunday, August 23
7:00pm & 8:30pm
Joe Henderson Lab
$30
Gene Kelly Meets Gershwin
An American in Paris
Thursday, August 21
4:00pm
Miner Auditorium
$10/$15
The Jazz Life
‘Round Midnight
Friday, August 21
7:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$10/$15
Los Van Van, August 14
2015 Best Picture Oscar Winner
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue
of Ignorance) with live drum score
The San Francisco Jazz Festival and Summer Sessions are generby Antonio Sanchez
ously supported by Grants for the Arts/the San Francisco Hotel
Saturday, August 22
Tax Fund, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
7:00pm Members Only & 9:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$25/$40
1920s Silent Film Classics
Club Foot Orchestra Plays Live
Buster Keaton’s Sherlock Jr. & One
Week and animated short films
Sunday, August 23
3:00pm & 5:30pm
SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium
$15/$20
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EVENTS
Next events on the world / P
ANTALYA MEDITERRANEAN LATIN DANCE FESTIVAL
Country: Turkey
Date: 14-17 May 2015
Web: www.antalyamedldf.org
The 11th Annual Portland Salsa Bachata Congress
June 12th – 14th, 2015 OREGON, USA
Doors Open at 9PM – 5AM! All Ages Welcome!
Buy Your Full Pass Now to experience all the workshops, social
dancing, performances
and more!
Country: USA / Portland, Oregon
Date: 12 - 14 June 2015
Web: www.PortlandSalsaCongress.com
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Próximos eventos en el mundo
Los Angeles Summer
Bachata Festival
3 festival in 1
Dancing till 5am
Country: USA
Date: 13-16 August
Web: www.labachatafestival.com
HILTON BALTIMORE HOTEL
• International dance performances/ entertainment
•WLDC qualifier for the entire East Coast
•World class instruction
• Baltimore City discount with event wristband
• NEW Brazilian dance and entertainment experience
• 2 day indoor pool party
Country: USA / Baltimore
Date: April 2-5, 2015
Web: www.baltimoresalsabachatacongress.com
Phone: 21201443-573-8700
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La ceremonia de premiación de los Billboard
de la Música Latina se celebrará este
30 de abril
en BankUnited Center
en la Universidad de Miami.
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– Artista del año: Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, Romeo Santos.
– Artista del año, debut: J Balvin, Banda Tierra Sagrada, Kevin Ortiz, Remmy Valenzuela.
– Gira del año: Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull, Alejandro Fernández, Juan
Gabriel.
– Artista del año, redes sociales: Enrique Iglesias, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de
René Camacho, Romeo Santos, Shakira.
– Artista crossover del año: Becky G, Jason Derulo, Drake, Pharrell Williams.
– “Hot Latin Song” canción del año: “6 AM”, J Balvin con Farruko; “Bailando”, Enrique
Iglesias con Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona; “Eres mía”, Romeo Santos; “Odio”,
Romeo Santos con Drake.
– “Hot Latin Song” colaboración vocal: “6 AM”, J Balvin con Farruko; “Bailando”, Enrique Iglesias con Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona; “El perdedor”, Enrique Iglesias
con Marco Antonio Solís; “Odio”, Romeo Santos con Drake.
– “Hot Latin Song” artista del año, masculino: J Balvin, Enrique Iglesias, Prince
Royce, Romeo Santos.
– “Hot Latin Song” artista del año, femenino: Chiquis, Natalia Jiménez, Jenni Rivera,
Shakira.
– “Hot Latin Song” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda,
Banda Los Recoditos, Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga, Calibre 50.
– “Hot Latin Song” sello discográfico del año: Discos Sabinas, Remex, Sony Music
Universal, Universal Music Latin Entertainment.
– “Hot Latin Song” casa disquera del año: Disa, Fonovisa, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music Latino.
– Canción del año, airplay: “6 AM”, J Balvin con Farruko; “Bailando”, Enrique Iglesias
con Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona; “Eres mía”, Romeo Santos; “Odio”, Romeo
Santos con Drake.
– Sello discográfico del año, airplay: RCA, Remex, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music
Latin Entertainment.
– Casa disquera del año, airplay: Disa, Fonovisa, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music
Latino.
– Canción del año, digital: “6 AM”, J Balvin con Farruko; “Bailando”, Enrique Iglesias
con Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona; “El perdedor”, Enrique Iglesias con Marco
Antonio Solís; “Odio”, Romeo Santos con Drake.
– “Top Latin Album” del año: “Sex & Love”, Enrique Iglesias; “Corazón”, Santana;
“Fórmula, Vol. 2”, Romeo Santos; “Las bandas románticas de América 2014”, varios
artistas.
– “Top Latin Album” artista del año, masculino: Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias, Juan
Gabriel, Romeo Santos.
– “Top Latin Album” artista del año, femenino: Ana Gabriel, Lucero, Jenni Rivera,
Thalía.
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– “Top Latin Album” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga, Calibre 50, Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda, Santana.
– “Top Latin Album” sello discográfico del año: Remex, Sony Music Latin, Universal
Music Latin Entertainment, Warner Latina.
– “Top Latin Album” casa discográfica del año: Fonovisa, Republic, Sony Music Latin,
Universal Music Latino.
– “Latin Pop Song” del año: “Decidiste dejarme”, Camila; “Humanos a Marte”,
Chayanne; “Bailando”, Enrique Iglesias con Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona; “El
perdedor”, Enrique Iglesias con Marco Antonio Solís.
– “Latin Pop Songs” artista del año, solista: Ricardo Arjona, Enrique Iglesias, Juanes,
Ricky Martin.
– “Latin Pop Songs”, artista del año, dúo o grupo: Camila, Jesse & Joy, La Ley, Santana.
*- Sello discográfico del año, Latin Pop Airplay RCA, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music
Latin Entertainment, Warner atina.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Latin Pop Airplay Capitol Latin, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music Latino, Warner Latina.
– “Latin Pop Album” del año: “Sex & Love”, Enrique Iglesias; “Corazón”, Santana; “Viaje”, Ricardo Arjona; “En todo estaré”, Chayanne.
– “Latin Pop Albums” artista del año, solista: Ricardo Arjona, Chayanne, Enrique Iglesias, Marco Antonio Solís.
– “Latin Pop Albums” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Camila, Grupo Nueva Vida, Santana, Tercer Cielo.
*- Sello discográfico del año, Latin Pop Albums Multimusic, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music Latin Entertainment, Warner Latina.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Latin Pop Albums RCA, Republic, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music Latino.
– Canción tropical del año: “Flor pálida”, Marc Anthony; “Odio”, Romeo Santos con
Drake; “Eres mía”, Romeo Santos; “Yo también”, Romeo Santos con Marc Anthony.
– “Tropical Songs” artista del año, solista: Marc Anthony, Prince Royce, Romeo Santos,
Víctor Manuelle.
– “Tropical Songs” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Alexis & Fido, Baby Rasta & Gringo,
Chino & Nacho, Plan B.
*- Sello discográfico del año, Tropical Songs Airplay Siente, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music Latin Entertainment, Venemusic.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Tropical Songs Airplay Capitol Latin, Machete, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music Latino.
– Álbum tropical del año: “Todo tiene su hora”, Juan Luis Guerra; “Fórmula, Vol. 2”, Romeo Santos; “Qué lindo es Puerto Rico”, varios artistas; “Sergio George Presents: Salsa
Giants + Plus EP”, varios artistas.
– “Tropical Albums” artista del año, solista: Marc Anthony, Juan Luis Guerra, Romeo
Santos, Prince Royce.
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– “Tropical Albums” artista del año, dúo o grupo: El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico,
Grupo Niche, Pirulo y La Tribu, Don Perignon y La Orquesta Puertorriqueña,
*- Sello discográfico del año, Tropical Albums Planet Records, Popular, Sony Music
Latin, Universal Music Latin Entertainment.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Tropical Albums Capitol Latin, Sony Music Latin, Top
Stop, Universal Music Latino.
– Canción regional mexicana del año: “Hermosa experiencia”, Banda Sinaloense MS
de Sergio Lizárraga; “No me pidas perdón”, Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga;
“Soy de rancho”, El Komander; “Y así fue”, Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda.
– “Regional Mexican Songs” artista del año, solista: El Komander, Gerardo Ortiz, Noel
Torres, Remmy Valenzuela.
– “Regional Mexican Songs” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Banda Sinaloense MS de
Sergio Lizárraga, Calibre 50, Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda, Banda Los Recoditos.
*- Sello discográfico del año, Regional Mexican Airplay Discos Sabinas, Remex, Sony
Music Latin, Universal Music Latin Entertainment.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Regional Mexican Airplay DEL, Disa, Fonovisa, Remex.
– Álbum regional mexicano del año: “Soy lo que quiero: indispensable”, Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda; “Mis 40 en Bellas Artes”, Juan Gabriel; “1969-Siempre: En
vivo desde Monterrey: Parte 2”, Jenni Rivera; “Las bandas románticas de América
2014”, varios artistas.
– “Regional Mexican Albums” artista del año, solista: Luis Coronel, Juan Gabriel, Jenni
Rivera, Roberto Tapia.
– “Regional Mexican Albums” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Calibre 50, Julión Álvarez
y su Norteño Banda, Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga, Los Tigres del Norte.
*- Sello discográfico del año, Regional Mexican Albums Freddie, Remex, Sony Music
Latin, Universal Music Latin Entertainment.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Regional Mexican Albums DEL, Disa, Fonovisa, Remex.
– Canción “Latin Rhythm” del año: “6 AM”, con Farruko; “Ay vamos”, J Balvin;
“Travesuras”, Nicky Jam; “Adrenalina”, Wisin con Jennifer López & Ricky Martin.
– “Latin Rhythm Songs” artista del año, solista: J Balvin, Don Omar, Wisin, Yandel.
– “Latin Rhythm Songs” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Alexis & Fido, Baby Rasta & Gringo, Plan B, Zion & Lennox.
*- Sello discográfico del año, Latin Rhythm Airplay Pina, Siente, Sony Music Latin,
Universal Music Latin Entertainment.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Latin Rhythm Airplay Capitol Latin, Machete, Pina, Sony
Music Latin.
– Álbum “Latin Rhythm” del año: “La familia”, J Balvin; “MultiViral”, Calle 13; “Love &
Sex”, Plan B; “El regreso del sobreviviente”, Wisin.
*- “Latin Rhythm Albums” artista del año, solista: *J Balvin, Farruko, Wisin, Yandel.
– “Latin Rhythm Albums” artista del año, dúo o grupo: Alexis & Fido, Calle 13, Cartel
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Informacion atomada de:
peru.com/entretenimiento/musica/billboard-2015-esta-lista-oficial-nominados-noticia-324989
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de Santa, Plan B.
*- Sello discográfico del año, Latin Rhythm Albums Nacional, Sony Music Latin, Universal Music Latin Entertainment, Warner Latina.
*- Casa discográfica del año, Latin Rhythm Albums Capitol Latin, El Abismo, Pina,
Sony Music Latin.
– Compositor del año: José Alvaro Osorio Balvin, Horacio Palencia Cisneros, Luciano
Luna Díaz, Anthony “Romeo” Santos.
– Editora del año: Mayimba Music, Inc., ASCAP; Palabras De Romeo, ASCAP; Sony/
ATV Discos Music Publishing LLC, ASCAP; Universal Music Latina, SESAC.
– Corporación editora del año: Peermusic, Sony/ATV Music, Universal Music, Warner/
Chappell Music.
– Productor del año: Jesús Tirado Castañeda, Carlos Paucar, Alejandro “Sky” Ramírez,
Anthony “Romeo” Santos.
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CANADA
ZUMBA:
Sat @10:30am Audrey Vanderstoop leads
a Zumba workout.
CUBAN SALSA:
Sat @ 2:30pm Dailyn Martinez teaches Cuban
style Casino.
SALSA & LATIN:
Fridays at 9:30 & Saturdays at 9 pm, enjoy a beginners’
dance class
LULA LOUNGE
1585 Dundas Street West, Toronto Ontario M6K 1T9
CANADA
416 588 0307
www.lula.ca
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EVENTS
Orquesta Buena
Vista Social Club
“Adiós Tour 2015”
“…El Adiós Tour es una síntesis de más de mil conciertos que han involucrado a más de cuarenta músicos en
los últimos dieciséis años. Durante este tiempo el grupo se ha convertido en una personalizada, dinámica y
multi-generacional big band, donde los veteranos y los
más jóvenes se han unido para celebrar con elegancia la
tradición musical cubana.
Bajo la dirección musical de Jesús “Aguaje” Ramos (líder de la banda y trombonista), la formación de “Adiós
Tour” contará con varios músicos que participaron en
el disco y en la película Buena Vista Social Club® y que
incluyen a Eliades Ochoa (guitarra), también conocido
como el Johnny Cash cubano, Omara Portuondo (voz)
la diva del son, al maestro Guajiro Mirabal (trompeta)
y al virtuoso Barbarito Torres (laúd).
Acompañándoles en el escenario estarán algunos de los
músicos que a lo largo de los años se han unido al proyecto como el veterano maestro del tres Papi Oviedo, el
virtuoso pianista Rolando Luna, una excelente sección
rítmica compuesta por Pedro Pablo (contrabajo), Andrés Coyao (congas), Filiberto Sánchez (timbales) y Alberto “La Noche” (bongos), un conjunto de trompetas
de tres hombres liderado por la alta nota especialista de
Luis Alemany y el célebre sonero Carlos Calunga.
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Del son pasando por guajiras, danzones, boleros, chacha-chá, y rumbas, la Orquesta Buena Vista Social
Club®, “Adiós Tour” ofrecerá además de sus grandes
clásicos, una nueva edición que contará con canciones
inéditas y versiones de temas populares cubanos. El repertorio será un fiel reflejo del pasado y presente de la
experiencia Buena Vista Social Club® con homenajes a
muchos de los grandes músicos que han contribuido de
un modo muy singular en la historia de la banda.”
Adiós Tour
02/04/2015 France, Paris / Olympia
04/04/2015 United Kingdom, Brighton / Brighton Dome
05/04/2015 United Kingdom, London / Royal Albert Hall
07/04/2015 United Kingdom, Liverpool / PHILHARMONIC HALL
08/04/2015 United Kingdom, Leeds / Town Hall
10/04/2015 United Kingdom, Glasgow / Royal Concert Hall
12/04/2015 United Kingdom, Manchester / BRIDGEWATER HALL
13/04/2015 United Kingdom, Birmingham / SYMPHONY HALL
15/04/2015 Switzerland, Luzern / KKL
16/04/2015 Switzerland, Geneve / Léman Theatre
18/04/2015 Austria, Weiz / Kunsthaus
19/04/2015 Austria, Wien / Konzerthaus
22/04/2015 Finland, Tampere / Tampere Hall
23/04/2015 Finland, Helsinki / Helsinki Hall of Culture
24/04/2015 Finland, Truku / Logomo
28/04/2015 Austria, Bregenz / Festspielhaus
30/04/2015 Switzerland, Zürich / Kongresshaus
02/05/2015 Germany, Ludwigsburg / Forum am Schlosspark
13/05/2015 Brazil, Porto Alegre / Teatro Araújo Vianna
15/05/2015 Brazil, Río de Janeiro / Vivo Rio
16/05/2015 Brazil, Sao Paulo / HSBC Brasil
18/05/2015 Brazil, Florianópolis / Teatro Ademir Sousa
18/05/2015 Chile, Santiago de Chile / Teatro Caupolican
23/06/2015 Slovenia, Ljublijana / Gallusova Hall
01/07/2015 Germany, Munchen / Tollwood
02/07/2015 Germany, Straubing / Blue Note Das Festival an der Donau
08/07/2015 Germany, Mainz / Festival Mainz
10/07/2015 Germany, Hamburg / Stadpark
18/07/2015 Finland, Pori / Pori Jazz Festival
30/07/2015 United Kingdom, London / Royal Opera House
18/07/2015 Finland, Pori / Pori Jazz Festival
30/07/2015 United Kingdom, London / Royal Opera House
Contenido cortesía de: www.jazzvitoria.com/doc/jazzvitoria2014-avance-febrero.pdf
www.facebook.com/orquesta.buena.vista.social.clubR/timeline - www.buenavistasocialclub.com/
omaraportuondo.com/tour/
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DINNER
S P E C TA C
Mango’s Tropical Café, 900 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 305-673-4422,
Miami, Florida, USA
Facebook: MangosTropCafe
Twitter: @MangosTropCafe
Web: www.mangostropicalcafe.com/
USA
R & SHOW
CULAR
US
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@LatinUMusic
@DoctorLeftMusic
@LATINUMUSIC
www.latinumusic.com
EMAIL: LATINUNDERGROUNDMUSIC@
GMAIL.COM
CELL: +1 4073711605
https://soundcloud.com/latinumusic
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Open Monday to Friday from 12pm until late
Saturday & Bank Holiday Sunday from 4pm until late
57 Old Harcourt Street Railway Station,
Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 Tel: +353 1 478 2088
www.odeon.ie
EVENT
ODESSA INTERNATIONAL
DANCE FESTIVAL (OIDF)
Odessa – Ukraine / July 17 – 19, 2015
The Odessa International Dance Festival (OIDT) will take place in the beautiful city of Odessa in
July 17 – 19 of 2015. The main idea of this event is to unite all salsa lovers together in a wonderful and lovely place to create unsurpassed and fantastic atmosphere around.
It will offer us:
- Three magnificent parties all night long
- Two dancefloors (salsa on 1&2, sensual)
- Two days of master classes with the world’s most famous performers
- Great Salsa DJs
- Fantastic programme of shows
- Live salsa bands’ concerts
- Fun entertainment
- Boat party
- and lots more...
It is a great opportunity for all our guests to relax
on a seashore of one of the most beautiful city from
Ukraine, where you can find everything for an excellent
and lovely holiday. We guarantee this!!!
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EVENT
ARTISTS:
Adolfo Indacochea and Tania Cannarsa (Italia / Milan)
Ozlem and Diego (Turkey / Istanbul)
Enah Lebon (France / Paris) and Carolina (Spain)
Oleg Sokolov (Ukraine / Odessa)
Andrew Zhulid and Kristina Shatalova (Belarus /
Minsk)
Anton Shcherbak (Russia / Moscow)
Anna Sotnik (Ukraine / Kiev)
Alexander Nechaev and Yulia Klimenko (Ukraine)
Natalie Karnaukh (Ukraine / Odessa)
Utku Oylum & Gunes Diker (Turkey / Istambul)
See artists biographies and videos at:
http://odessadancefest.com/en/artists
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EVENT
ODESSA:
Odessa known as the Ukrainian Pearl of the Black
Sea located on the southern part of Ukraine. The city
is a major seaport located on the northwest shore of
the Black Sea and the fourth largest city in Ukraine
with a population of about 1.1 million people…
www.tours-ukraine.com/places_to_visit/odessa.
html
More information at:
http://odessadancefest.com/en/odessa-en
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www.backpackingtips101.com/best-cities-to-visit/eastern-europe/odessa-ukraine/
http://eeua.ru/
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EVENT
LOCATION:
Hotel complex Odessa
Ukraine, 65009, Odessa, Gagarinsky plateau, 5
http://odessadancefest.com/en/prices-location-en
The Odessa International Dance festival will be held at Hotel complex Odessa. A wonderful place that has
everything you will need for a comfortable stay during this unique event…
The complex is located within walking distance of the famous Arcadia Beach. It is also 5 km away from the
railway terminal and 9 km from the airport.
Hotel advantages:
- Unique location in the city’s resort area
- Good transport accessibility and sophisticated infrastructure
- Rooms renovated in 2012
- Multifunctional conference halls
- Excellent cuisine
- Good service price-to-quality ratio
More information at:
http://odessadancefest.com/en/prices-location-en
www.facebook.com/Odessadancefest
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USA
204 Varick St - New York,
NY 10014, USA
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Space 550
550 Barneveld Ave, San
Francisco California, USA
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www.cubaocho.com
1465 SW, 8th, Suite 106,
Miami, Florida 33135 EEUU
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2212 SW 8th St.
Miami, Florida 33135 EEUU
Reservaciones (305) 541 2631
Horario:
de jueves a sábado de 8.30pm a 4am
www.hoycomoayer.us
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Bachatamemucho
Date: 19 - 22 June, 2015
City: Shanghai - China
Bachatamemucho is one of the most important events throughout Asia held in Shanghai-China and organized by Raymond Gao, Yuan Chu and Mike Honda who actually move all dance
groups throughout this area.
As an international event Bachatamemucho, brother of another great event named Salsamemucho www.salsamemucho.com organized by Yuan Chu and Jimmy Anton, does not only include
participants from all over the world but also renowned artists such as:
- Lauren Lopez (NY)
- Tony Pirata (France-Portugal)
- Marta Khanna (Ucraine)
- Gaby & Estefy (Spain)
- Jorge Zubieta (Japan)
- Adi Baran (Israel)
- Sharareh Talebi Sheri (Iran)
- Grace Peng (China), among many other instructors and well known DJs coming from the whole globe.
A unique opportunity to experience a magical culture to the beat of bachata and salsa in a superb venue as Maolivehouse Shanghai, the space go-to spot to for large-scale music shows in
this great city.
For more information and details please visit www.bachatamemucho.com and also on Facebook.
Shanghai and the aforementioned hosts are just waiting for you!!!!
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USA
Roccapulco
3140 Mission Street, San Francisco,
California 94110, USA
+1 415-940-0001
www.roccapulco.com
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COMPETITION
The “Mind of a Dancer”
Short Story Competition
For all you budding writers out there, spread the news far and wide around the world!…
A Writing Competition About Dancing! This competition is the result of combining
two amazing kinds of arts, writing and dancing. The main purpose of the competition is to explore the mind of a dancer, and giving a chance for all artists to express
their feelings towards their ultimate passion, dancing, through words. The “Mind of
a dancer” is a deep wide ocean that needs to be discovered by each and every individual on planet Earth.
The false stereotype about dancers needs to be broken!
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By: Abir Yassin / Press Specialist / “The Forgotten Writers Foundation”
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COMPETITION
How many times per day have
you daydreamt and imagined
yourself dancing or singing? How
many times per week do you actually dance alone or with a partner? What does dancing mean to
you!
The “Mind of a Dancer” Short Story Competition is
about writing a short story where the protagonist is a
dancer, and the purpose is to reveal how dancers from
different cultures, backgrounds, social classes and genders actually feel, think, and dream. It will be a chance
to share their passion and views in life, men, women,
fashion, politics, media… etc. The competition can include strippers too as a sort of art and dancing. The aim
behind the competition is to break the false stereotype
that dancers are just a facade, or a beautiful woman/
man dancing just “looking entertaining and beautiful”
or “sexy” or “lustful”, or that dancing is related to body
weight, flexibility…etc. We can inspire writers to create
new perceptions, and also allow dancers to reveal to the
world who they really are, since apparently not everyone understand the language of dancing!
Write a 1000-2500 word short story regarding the
theme and kindly send it to us on:
[email protected]
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DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: MAY 1, 2015
The competition is open for two age categories (13-18
and 18+).
Please while sending your stories include the following:
Email Title: Age, Name, Country, Title of the Story.
Email Body: Phone Number, Date of Birth, Profession/
Study, Address.
The “Mind of a Dancer” Short Story Competition is
founded and held by two artists who virtually met by
chance and decided to blend their talents to create an
inspirational and universal project through their organizations The Forgotten Writers Foundation and Rush
Studio of Dance. The two artists are writer Mahmoud
Mansi from Egypt and dancer Heather Nesbit Harris
from USA.
The winning stories from both categories will be published in one book under the name of the award, the
authors, and the organizers.
The winners will also receive award certificates and
will be announced online through www.rushstudioofdance.com
Competition Guidelines:
http://rushstudioofdance.com/rsd-with-forgotten-writers-foundation-story-writing-competiton/
By: Abir Yassin / Press Specialist / “The Forgotten Writers Foundation”
Judging Criteria:
Stories will be evaluated within two phases and according to the following criteria:
Correct use of language (grammar, spelling…etc).
Creativity of the work.
Depth of the philosophy within the text.
Writing style and dialogues (if there are any).
The beginning of the story.
Ending of the story and its effect.
Construction of characters.
The title, and its relation to the text.
About the Judges:
Judges will be announced soon.
About the Organizers:
The Forgotten Writers Foundation was founded by Mahmoud Mansi in 2011for the aim of
globalizing Egyptian literature and inspiring global art. The “Mind of a Dancer” short story
competition is the ninth competition launched by the foundation since 2011 and it is the
sixth competition launched in 2014.
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheForgottenWritersFoundation
Rush Studio of Dance was founded by Heather Harris in 2012 for the purpose of providing a
fun, dynamic, and challenging atmosphere for dancers of all ages and levels in our technique
classes and programs. The studio team also aims for numerous performance, competitive,
and choreographic opportunities for our students by our Company, our Competition Team,
and our Choreographers Lab.
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Rush-Studio-of-Dance/264624180271465
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USA
Visit www.tipdi.com/donate-or-sponsor.html
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USA
I envision Negrofino.com to bring fun-loving
business professionals together to connect
with other likeminded individuals.
Our purpose is to provide a positive and healthy
lifestyle. A multicultural community expanding
and growing social and business relationships
to the next level!
My love and passion for salsa has given me the
opportunity to work with several artists and
Djs, singers, performers, dance studios, etc.
I truly enjoy what I do and I would love to
share my love and passion. In this website,
you will find venues, schools, parties, dancers,
performers, djs, dance shoes, photographers
and a lot more!
Thank you for visiting and enjoy!
www.negrofino.com
USA
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Method One of Four: Mastering the Basics
m.wikihow.com/Dance-Salsa
Start in the closed dance position. The lead takes his partner’s
right hand in his left and places his right hand on her left
shoulder blade. The partner should keep her left hand on his
right shoulder, with her arm over his.
Or start in the hand-in-hand position. The lead has his
palms facing upwards, and the partner takes his hands with
her palms down. This allows for more freedom of movement.
Have good posture. When dancing, you should always keep your spine straight, your
chin up and your shoulders back. Your chest should naturally then puff out a bit.
Your body should be held with strength at all points.[1]
Always look up. Keep your head held up or tilted to look at your partner. Do
not look at your feet or your partner’s. Looking at your feet is a dead giveaway
that you’re nervous and not sure what you’re doing.
Keep your arms bent at a 90 degree angle from the elbows.[2] In this position,
your hands are most easily accessible to your partner. Your arm should rest on
horizontal plane.
Move your hips. Most of the movement in the Salsa comes from the
hips, so you will want to keep your hips loose. Don’t be afraid to sway
your hips. Even if you’re just moving your foot, know that a slight hip
movement goes along with it. If you move your right foot out, your
right hip juts out a bit, too.
Choose a song that has a 4/4 beat (four beats to the bar) and a fast tempo[2]. You’ll want music that lies somewhere between 160-220 beats
per minute.[3] Before you start a song, make sure that you can
keep up with the speed and identify the beats for your steps.
Count as you listen to the song. If you count out the beats in the
music, you will be able to find the Salsa beat and identify which
steps go with which beat. If you can’t keep count while you’re
listening to the song, it’s best to choose a different one.
4/4 time is counted in 8-counts. You’ll be doing one standard Salsa
step in 8 beats.
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Barrio Latino
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Notting Hill Arts Club
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Phone +1 213-7 46-4287
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TE ENCONTRARE” / RONALD BORJAS - GOCHO
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“QUE SUENEN LOS TAMBORES” / VICTOR MANUELLE - OTROS
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@ElRanchoToronto
CANADA
www.baliha.de/der-club/erlebnisbereiche.html
www.facebook.com/Baliha
WEBSITES
www.lacatedraldelasalsa.com
www.lasalsera.com
www.clubsalsa.com.ar
www.danzasdelcaribe.com.ar
BANDS
WEBSITES
CHOCOMENTA
www.chocomenta.com
www.labomba.com.au
NIGHTCLUBS (Vienna)
DANCE ACADEMIES
FLORIDITA / Cuban Dance Bar
www.Floridita.at
www.arte-danza.com.ar/
www.estudiocalas.com.ar/
CLUB HABANA
www.ClubHabana.at
BANDS
MARIANO AVILA
www.elrumbero.com.ar
NIGHTCLUBS (Buenos Aires)
AZUCAR ABASTO
www.azucarsalsa.com
AZUCAR BELGRANO
www.azucarbelgrado.com
RADIOS
ZONA RUMBERA FM LASER
89.5
www.zonarumbera.com.ar
BANDS
WATUSSI
www.watussi.com.au
RADIOS
92.7 FRESH FM
www.fresh927.com.au
Casa de la Trova
Heredia 208, entre San Pedro
y San Felix
WEBSITES
WEBSITES
www.lacatedraldelasalsa.com
www.lasalsera.com
www.clubsalsa.com.ar
www.danzasdelcaribe.com.ar
www.rolandhunter.com
www.hksalsafestival.com
DANCE ACADEMIES
www.hotsalsadancezone.com/
www.torontodancesalsa.ca/
BANDS
BANDS
CHOCOMENTA
www.chocomenta.com
NIGHTCLUBS (Hon Kong)
HONG KONG’S NIGHTLIFE
GUIDE
www.hkclubbing.com
MARLIN RAMAZZINI
www.marlinramazzini.com
GRUPO JAZZ TUMBAO
www.jazztumbao.com
WEBSITES
RUMBA CALZADA
www.rumbacalzada.com
www.salsaincuba.com
NIGHTCLUBS (Toronto)
BANDS
LAS BRISAS NIGHT CLUB
www.lasbrisasnightclub.com
JUAN FORMELL Y LOS VAN
VAN
www.vanvandeformell.com
NIGHTCLUBS (Ontario)
BABALUU SUPPERCLUB
www.babaluu.com
RADIOS
TROPICAL 100
www.tropical100.com
LA FIESTA LATINA FM
www.lafiestalatinafm.com
NIGHTCLUBS (La Habana)
El Siglo de las Luces
Corona, Esquina a Enramadas
Patio de la Jutía Conga de la
UNEAC
Heredia 266, entre San Felix y
Carnicería
Patio de la Casona de ARTEX
Heredia 304, entre Calvario y
Carnicería
Casa de las Tradiciones
Rabi, entre Princesa y San Fernando
Pista Bailable del Cabaret Son
América
Avenida de las Américas s/n, Micro 9, Distrito José Martí
Sede del Folklórico IKA CHÉ
San Feliz, entre Enramadas y Carmen, frente a las Columnitas
Cabaret Ciroa
Avenida de Manduley y Calle 13,
Vista Alegre
Jardines del Caribe (Casa del
Caribe)
Calle 13, No. 206, Esq. a Calle 8,
Reparto Vista Alegre
Café Cantante del Teatro Heredia
Avenida de los Desfiles s/n, Esquina Avenida de las Américas,
Reparto Sueño
Patio de los Dos Abuelos
Pizarro 5, Plaza de Marte
(La Habana)
Salon Rosado de La Tropical
41 y 46, Playa
Palacio de la Salsa
Hotel Riviera, Vedado
Cafe Cantante
Plaza de la Revolucion
Turquino
Hotel Habana Libre, Vedado
Las Vegas
Infanta y 25, Vedado
El Morro
El Morro (cerca del tunel de Habana Vieja)
Bulerias
Calle L e/23 y 25, Vedado
Cabaret Nacional
Prado y San Rafael, Centro Habana
Casa de FEU
Universidad de La Habana, Vedado
830 Club
Malecon, Vedado (cercano al
tunel a Miramar)
DANCE ACADEMIES
WEBSITES
www.rinconsalsero.net
www.facebook.com/ages/SalsaEn-Linea-Cr/466687690055152
www.lacatedraldelasalsa.com
www.lasalsera.com
www.clubsalsa.com.ar
www.danzasdelcaribe.com.ar
BANDS
SON DE TIKIZIA
www.reverbnation.com/sondetikizia
RADIOS
SALSOUL
www.salsoul.com
BANDS
LA CONTRA BANDA
www.lacontrabanda.free.fr
MAMBOMANIA
www.mambomania.free.f
ORQUESTA OCHO Y MEDIA
www.ochoblog.canalblog.com
RADIOS
NIGHTCLUBS (Paris)
REDIO FLORIDA
www.radioflorida.icrt.cu
BARRIO LATINO
www.barrio-latino.com
BUDDHA-BAR PARIS
Restaurant-Bar-Lounge
www.buddhabar.com/fr/
BANDS
ORQUESTA LA BOHEMIA
www.orqlabohemia.canalblog.com
SALSA Y AZUCAR
www.salsayazucar.de
LA 33
www.la33.com
LA COSMICA CHARANGA
www.myspace.com/cosmicacharanga
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LA PACHANGA
www.lapachanga.fr
RADIOS
FUSION
www.radiofusionfm.com
MKM RADIO
www.mkmradio.com
CARAIBEAN RADIO
www.caraibeanradio.com
RTA RADIO TROPIKALAMBIANCE
www.tropikalambiance.net
WESTINZIK RADIO
www.westinzik.com
EKLA FM
www.eklafm.com
TROPIC 84
www.tropic84.fr
RMJ TROPICAL
www.rmjtropical.fr
RADIO GALAXXY
www.radiogalaxxy.fr
LATINA BEAT
www.radionomy.com
WEBSITES
www.ritmodesalsa.com
www.salsaholic.de
BANDS
MI SOLAR SALSA
www.misolar.de
CLARISSA Y FAMILIA LATINA
www.familialatina.de
SONIDO TRES
www.sonidotres.com
SALSA Y CONTROL NY
www.tropicalisima.fm
PANA JR SOUND
www.panajrsound.com
REGGAE NONSTOP
www.newfunkradio.com
LAUT FM 1
stream.laut.fm/1radiolatino
LAUT FM ONDA LATINA
stream.laut.fm/ondalatina
SONRICOSON
www.sonricoson.de
NIGHTCLUBS (Berlín)
SODA CLUB BERLIN
www.soda-berlin.de
MI SALSA
www.misalsa.de
HAVANNA
www.havanna-berlin.de
NIGHTCLUBS (Frankfurt)
LATIN PALACE, CHANGO
www.latinpalace-chango.de
RADIOS
MRFMUSIC
www.masreggaetonflow.com
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WEBSITES
WEBSITES
WEBSITES
www.salsahonduras.com
www.salsahonduras.blogspot.com
www.salsaeverybody.com
www.salsaireland.com
DANCE ACADEMIES
www.bandalatina.it
www.salsaconexion.com
www.salsasicilia.it
BANDS
www.salsainmotion.net
www.facebook.com/pages/Escuela-de-Baile-Ritmo-y-Sabor-Honduras/315042595187526
MARIANO AVILA
www.elrumbero.com.ar
NIGHTCLUBS (Dublín)
ODEON
http://odeon.ie/
GUATEMALA
DANCE ACADEMIES
www.salsainmotion.net
RADIOS
PALSONERO
www.palsonero.com
BANDS
BATISTO COCO
www.batistococo.it
MALAJENTE
www.malajente.com
NIGHTCLUBS (Rome)
LA TROPICAL
www.LaTropical.it
BARRIO LATINO
www.IlBarrioLatino.it
BUENA VISTA
www.BuanaVista.it
RADIOS
RADIO MAMBO
www.mambo.it
RADIOMUSIC SALSA4T
www.radiosalsa4te.it
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DANCE ACADEMIES
www.salsa-school.com
www.ritmostar.com
www.salsa-school.com
NIGHTCLUBS
COCODRILO VERDE
www.cocodriloverde.com
SON DE CUBA
www.salserosporexcelencia.
com/sondecuba.php
LA CASA DE LA SALSA
www.facebook.com/lacasade.
lasalsa.1?fref=ts
ORQUESTA MIRAMAR
[email protected]
WEBSITES
www.salsamotion.nl
www.salsanet.nl
BANDS
RUMBATA
www.rumbata.com
RADIOS
LR RADIO
www.paralosrumberos.nl
NOS RADIO
www.nosradio.com
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BANDS
BANDS
WEBSITES
SYNCONA
www.syncona.com
ORQUESTA DE LA LUZ
www.laluz.jp/en
www.jazzydanceco.com
www.salsazulyoro.com
DANCE ACADEMIES
www.assembledancestudio.com/
http://quiqueorduna.com/
MOROCCO
RADIOS
WEBSITES
www.reverbnation.com/
faycpercussion
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www.salsamexico.com.mx
WEBSITES
WEBSITES
DANCE ACADEMIES
www.salsastudio.ch
www.salsadancers.ch
www.salsa.ch
www.aubrey.ch
www.alexandermartinez.com
www.atticindependent.ch
www.cubandances.ch
www.wheretodance.co.nz
www.quericodance.com
BANDS
PICASON
www.picason.ch
BATAMBO
www.batambosalsa.com
HAVANA DEL ALMA
www.havanadelalma.com
NAIGHT CLUBS (Zurich)
SALSARICA The Salsa Dance
Factory
www.salsarica.ch
CLUB X-TRA
www.x-tra.ch
RADIOS
RADIO MAMBO
www.mambo.it
RADIOMUSIC SALSA4T
www.radiosalsa4te.it
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NIGHTCLUBS (Moscow)
WEBSITES
WEBSITES
PANCHO VILLA
www.PanchoVilla.ru
LUMBIA THE SALSA CLUB
www.xenbar.com
www.salsatore.com
www.salsorro.com
www.antillasalsa.com
DANCE ACADEMIES
SALSATORE.COM
(Almería,Andalucía)
www.arte-danza.com.ar
www.estudiocalas.com.ar
BALLROOM
Sala Calíope
www.salacaliope.com
(Aguadulce, Almería)
NIGHTCLUBS (Madrid)
CATS
www.CatsMadrid.com
www.xenbar.com
RADIOS
RADIO GLADYS PALMERA
www.gladyspalmera.com
PICADILLO
www.picadillo.info
RADIO TROPICAL BILBAO
www.radiotropical.fm
LAST FM
www.lastfm.es
LATINO FM 99.5
www.latinofm.es
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RADIOS
WEBSITES
WEBSITES
POWER CARIB FM
www.powerfm.hu
www.quepasa.co.za
www.salsacapetown.com
www.mundolatinodance.com
SALSARADIO.HU
www.salsaradio.hu
NIGHTCLUBS (Istambul)
DANSORIUM Club de Baile
www.dansorium.com.tr
MACKOLIC COMPLEX
www.mackolikcomplex.com
RADIOS
RADYO 5
www.radyo5.com.tr
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BANDS
BANDS
BANDS
JOSE TORRES Y SALSA TROPICAL
www.torres.com.pl
AFRICANDO
www.myspace.com/africandoallstars
DISLOCADOS
www.myspace.com/dislocados
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WEBSITES
WEBSITES
www.londonsalsascene.co.uk
www.redhotred.co.uk
www.MamboCity.co.uk
www.salsacd.com
www.salsafeeltheheat.com
www.northernsalsa.com
www.aventuradancecruise.com
www.negrofino.com
www.alejandrobouza.com
www.salsabythebay.com
www.salsatlanta.com
www.salsabortropical.com
www.stuckonsalsa.com
www.descarga.com
www.SalsaFreak.com
www.sobs.com
www.3rdstreetdance.com
www.bailaduro.com
www.yasalsa.com
www.salsapittsburgh.com
www.dtsalsa.com
www.salsacolumbus.com
www.discoamerica.com
www.sultrysalsa.com
www.peoplewhodance.net
www.salsahuntsville.com
www.salsatlanta10.com
www.chicagosalsa.com
www.indysalsa.com
www.salsaboston.com
www.hardsalsa.com
BANDS
LA PACHANGA
www.lapachanga.co.uk
COCO XPRESS
www.cocoxpress.co.uk
SALSA CELTICA
www.salsaceltica.com
RADIOS
SOUNDCLICK
www.soundclick.com
REMOTE DJ
www.remotedj.com
DANCE ACADEMIES
www.dolcevitadance.com
www.dancesport.com/
prat dance academy
arthur murray international
salsa lovers, miami
+13052207115
salsa mia, miami +13059873033
afro-cuban folkloric dance company, NY
el taller latinoamericano, NY
+12126966608
mtw studio, NY +12122538718
BANDS
ZON DEL BARRIO
www.zondelbarrio.com
SPANISH HARLEM ORCHESTRA
www.spanishharlemorchestra.com
VIBRASÓN LATIN
vibrasonmusic.com
CHINO ESPINOZA
www.duenosdelson.com
www.facebook.com/chinoespinozasalsa
BIO RITMO
www.bioritmo.com
www.myspace.com/bioritmo
AVENIDA B
www.avenidab.com
ROGER DANILO PÁIZ
www.daniloyuniversal.com
SON Y CLAVE
www.myspace.com/sonyclave
SF JAZZ BAND
[email protected]
ORQUESTA SCC
www.orqscc.com
ORQUESTA YARE
www.orquestayare.com
ORQUESTA D’SOUL
www.odslive.com
STEVE GUASH
www.salsaneo.com
ORQUESTA ALTO MAIZ
www.facebook.com/pages/
Orquesta-de-Jazz-y-Salsa-AltoMaiz/67843261941
SON Y NO SON
www.myspace.com/sonynoson
ORQUESTA LA MODERNA TRADICIÓN
www.danzon.com
ORQUESTA TABACO Y RON
www.tabacoyron.com
LOUIE ROMERO Y SU GRUPO MAZACOTE
www.mazacote.com
NIGHT CLUBS (New York)
Lehman Center for the Performing
Arts
www.lehmancenter.org
NIGHT CLUBS (New York)
Lincoln Center for the Performing
Arts
lc.lincolncenter.org
NIGHT CLUBS (Los Ángeles)
EL FLORIDITA
www.elfloridita.com
NIGHT CLUBS (Miami)
LA COVACHA
www.LaCovacha.com
NIGHT CLUBS (Los Ángeles)
THE MAYAN
www.clubmayan.com
NIGHT CLUBS (Miami)
YUCA
www.yuca.com
NIGHT CLUBS (Margate)
PALADIUM NIGHT CLUB
www.paladiumnightclub.com
NIGHT CLUBS (New Jersey)
Perle Night Club and Lounge
www.perlenj.com
NIGHT CLUBS (Commerce)
STEVEN STEAK & SEAFOOD
HOUSE
www.stevenssteakhouse.com
ORQUESTA BORINQUEN
www.borinquensalsa.com
NIGHT CLUBS (San Francisco)
The Verdi Club
www.verdiclub.net
NIGHT CLUBS (New York)
The Copacabana Time Square
www.copacabanany.com
NIGHT CLUBS (San Francisco)
ROCCAPULCO
www.roccapulco.com
NIGHTCLUBS (New York)
SOB´s
http://sobs.com
NIGHT CLUBS (San Francisco)
Yerba Buena Social Club
Facebook: Yerba Buena Social Clu
THE COPACABANA TIMES SQUARE
www.copacabanany.com
NIGHT CLUBS (San Francisco)
ROCCAPULCO
www.roccapulco.com
NIGHT CLUBS (New York)
Club Caché
www.clubcacheny.com
NIGHT CLUBS (Hollywood)
EL FLORIDITA
www.elfloridita.com
NIGHT CLUBS (Los Ángeles)
CONGA ROOM
http://congaroom.com/
nightlife
NIGHT CLUBS (Florida)
Paladium Nightclub
STEVEN STEAK & SEAFOOD
HOUSE
www.stevenssteakhouse.com
[email protected]
NIGHTCLUBS (Chicago)
ARAGON ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER
http://aragon.com/3.0/
MOJITOS
http://mojitosboston.com
VINCENT’S Nightclub
www.vincentsnightclub.com
HAVANA CLUB
www.havanaclubsalsa.com
SALSA BOSTON
http://salsaboston.com
HABANA VILLAGE
www.habanavillage.com
RADIOS
SALSA Y CONTROL
www.salsaycontrol.com
PANDORA
www.pandora.com
LA BRISA RADIO ONLINE
OKLAHOMA
www.brisatropical.com
FIESTA LATINA HD RADIO NEW
YORK LONG ISLAND
www.elsalvadorforever.com
PANDASHOWRADIO.COM
www.pandashowradio.com
VALLENATO INTERNACIONAL
100% DESDE MIAMI
www.vallenatointernacional.com
LA X2 LIVE – SALSA P´AL QUE SABE
www.salsapalquesabe.com
IMPACTO LATINO RADIO
www.impactolatinoradio.com
TOMA RADIO
www.tomaradio.com
LA X ESTEREO NEW YORK
www.laxestereo.com
RADIO.REGGAE.COM.PA
radio.reggae.com.pa
WMNF 88.5 FM TAMPA, FLORIDA
www.wmnf.org
WDNA FM 88.9
TROPICALISIMA.FM SALSA
www.tropicalisima.fm
CYBER FM LATINO
www.cyberfm.com/
cmps_index.php
SOUTH FLORIDA
www.wdna.org
DJ MAMBOLOGO
www.golpeybembe.com
LIVE 365 NYC
www.live365.com
DJ KIKES
www.shoutcast.com
RADIO EL SOL, HOUSTON –
TEXAS
www.radioelsol.com
SONEROS TV
www.sonerostv.com
HD LODEAQUI.NET RADIO
www.lodeaqui.net
SABOR Y RUMBA
www.saboryrumba.com
VENEZUELA
WEBSITES
www.salsamundi.com
www.academiaog.com
www.salsabravave.blogspot.com
www.venezuelasalsaopen.com
DANCE ACADEMIES
Musa Academia de Danza
Facebook: Arte Musa
@ArteMusa
Academia OG
Telf: +58 414-247.7803
Centro Integral de Danza
Telf: +58 412-972.7841
Imagen Latina
Telf: +58 414-284.6220
Timba y Son
Telf: +58 212-286.9440
Sede en Centro Plaza
+58 212-264.0728
La Castellana
Caribe y Punto
Telf: +58 416-209.7190
Fusión Salsera
Telf: +58 414-325.0096
BANDS
LOS SATÉLITES DE VENEZUELA
ADOLESCENT’S ORQUESTA
www.adolescentesorquesta.com
LA SÉPTIMA BOHEMIA
www.facebook.com/LaSéptimaBohemia
ALFREDO NARANJO
Y SU GUAJEO
www.alfredonaranjo.com
BAILATINO
https://es-la.facebook.com/BAILATINOVENEZUELA
NIGHTCLUBS (Caracas)
EL MANI ES ASI
www.elmaniesasi.com
DISCOVERY BAR
@DiscoveryBar
CHAPIS CLUB
@ChapisClub
RADIOS
LA EMISORA FIESTA
FM CENTER 106.5
http://www.fiestafmcenter.com/
TV
Programa de TV:
El Tour de la Salsa en Canal i
www.canal-i.com/sitio/
pdetail/el-tour-de-la-salsa/
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