Posted September 27, 2005 by publisher in Cuba Culture.
Oct 28 & 29 - Aaron Davis Hall [url=http://www.aarondavishall.org]http://www.aarondavishall.org[/url]
Neyda Martinez, Producer HABANA/HARLEM
Aaron Davis Hall (ADH) continues its 25th Anniversary season with the
premiere of HABANA / HARLEM. Two days of music, dancing and dialogues that highlight the routes and explosive new directions and cutting-edge trends of music from Cuban artists living in New York.
Aaron Davis Hall presents two days and two double bills of explosive
musical innovations rooted in Cuban flavor and influenced by New York’s diverse urban culture. From the roads of Habana to the streets of Harlem,
Afro-Cuban rhythms play an upbeat “clave” to the downbeat funk of jazz
and R & B.
Each Program $25 (Members $21)
PROGRAM I - Friday, October 28, 2005, 7:30 PM:
David Oquendo & Raices Habaneras, Latin Grammy nominee underscores the cultural significance of Afro-Cuban music for the future.
Lisandro Y Su Tratado emanates the infectious vibes of authentic Cuban
“Timba” music. Their rhythmic virtuosity will cause your feet to move and
hips to sway like you’re in the streets of Havana today.
PROGRAM II � Saturday, October 29, 2005, 7:30 PM :
The Cuban Cowboys serve up a capricious hybrid of tradition and revolt
fusing essences of Cuban Montuno and Guajiro with swooning surf guitars
and indie-flavored rock.
YORDAMIS, formerly of the internationally acclaimed Cuban group, Bamboleo, forges a new direction in Cuban dance music with influences of funk, jazz and rumba flamenca.
HUMANITIES - Saturday, October 29, 2005, 4:00 PM
HABANA / HARLEM Update!
Film Screening & Panel Discussion $10 (Members $8.50)
(FREE for ticket holders of 10/28 or 10/29 programs).
Machito: A Latin Jazz Legacy, the film by Carlos Ortiz, is as relevant
today as it was at the time of its release almost 20 years ago. In 2005, it
serves as a stunning social document of Latino life in East Harlem and the
Bronx during the �70s and �80’s and takes us even further back with the use of brilliant archival footage. The film celebrates the life of one of
Latin music’s greatest legends and features interviews and performances with other icons including Tito Puente, Tito Rodriguez and more! The short film The Old Man and Hemingway by Hugo Perez, which features an original score by Onel Mulet, will follow.
Following the screening, author and music critic, Ed Morales will lead a
panel discussion on the new wave of Cuban music. Confirmed panelists
include Onel Mulet, Composer/Musician; Ben Lapidus, PhD, Composer/Musician; and Jorge Navarro, founder of The Cuban Cowboys.
AARON DAVIS HALL
Celebrating 25 years, Aaron Davis Hall (ADH), Harlem’s principal center
for the performing arts, has built upon Harlem’s cultural legacy by
honoring tradition while nurturing innovation. ADH has earned a local, national and international reputation for its world class programming, featuring established and emerging artists.
Waterworks is�insight into the musings of the artistic genius, the
sharing of personal findings, the investigation of ideas, the asking of burning questions in search of illuminating answers, a springboard for civic
discourse and an exploration of the role of the arts in society through
the engagement of communities in the creative process. Witness WaterWorks through artist dialogues, work-in-progress showings, workshops, special preview performances and a myriad of community activities.
October 28 and 29, 2005
Program I and II $25/Each (Members $21/each)
HABANA / HARLEM Update!
Humanities Program: Film Screening & Panel Discussion
$10, Members $8.50
FREE for HABANA / HARLEM ticket holders.
In person: Aaron Davis Hall’s Box Office is open Monday through Friday,
1 PM to 6 PM and two hours prior to events.
By Phone: Aaron Davis Hall Hotline T: 212-650-7100, Online:
Purchases can be made via Ticketmaster T: 212-307-7171 or ticketmaster.com
Special Ticket Offers: Student Rush Tickets: $10 one-hour prior to
performances, subject to availability, with valid student ID.
Aaron Davis Hall Info: Aaron Davis Hall is located on the safe, secure and well-lit campus of The City College of New York, between West 133rd and 135th Streets on Convent Avenue.
Convent is one block east of Amsterdam Avenue and is the extension of
Morningside Avenue beginning at 127th Street.
How to get to Aaron Davis Hall:
1 to 137th St./Broadway; or, A, B, C, D to 125th St. & St. Nicholas Ave.
M-101, M-11, M-4, M-5, or M-100 to 135th St. at Amsterdam Ave. or Broadway.
From 125th Street, turn north onto Morningside Ave. which becomes
Convent Ave. at 127th St. and continue to Hall entrance at 134th St.
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Neyda Luz Martinez, producer HABANA/HARLEM
cultural programs, publicity, marketing & business strategies
C 917 656 7846 T 718 399 6369
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