Latin American Cultural Week in New York City, November 10 Through 21
Pan American Musical Art Research (PAMAR) has announced the opening of
Latin American Cultural Week in New York, November 10 through November
21. During this time, venues throughout the City will host presentations
of Latin American dance, music, visual arts, film, theater and literature.
PAMAR has worked with The Americas Society, Christies, Instituto Cervantes,
The Joyce Theater, Steinway & Sons, Skirball Center for the Performing
Arts at NYU, Christ & St. Stephen's Church, Cornelia Street Cafe, El
Museo del Barrio, several Latin American national consulates, galleries,
art museums and many other venues to present this very special event.
Complete event listings can be seen online at
LACW music events include:
November 10, 16 & 17 - Tango/Folkore/Candombe/Jazz - New Trends in South
American Music - Concerts at 8:30 and 10pm. Space limited, RSVP (718)
399-2161. Night & Day Performance Space, 230 5th Avenue President Street,
Park Slope, Brooklyn. www.biscuitbbq.com
November 12 - Mano A Mano: Piano Music By Mexican Composers Featuring
Max Lifchitz - 8pm - music by Ricardo Castro, Manuel Ponce, Revueltas,
Chavez, Eduardo Mata, Jorge Vidales and Max Lifchitz - Free. Christ &
St Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th St (between Columbus Ave. and
November 12 & 19 - Brazooca Band At Cafe Wha - The longest running
Brazilian night in New York City! A trip to all styles of Brazilian
music! From 10:15 PM to 2:30 AM. At Cafe Wha, 115 MacDougal St, NYC.
November 13 - The Pablo Mayor Trio - performing repertoire from Colombian
pianist Pablo Mayor's renowned 12-piece band. 9pm. No cover. More at
www.roselivemusic.com or http://www.folkloreurbano.com. Rose Live Music,
345 Grand St. (between Havemeyer and Marcy) Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
November 14 - Concert "Duo Caruso-Da Silva" - Argentine pianist Lucia
Caruso and Portuguese classical guitarist Pedro da Silva. At 7pm. Free
(Limited space - on first come, first seated basis). Information: (212)
603-0440. At the Consulate General of Argentina - Auditorium, 12 West
56th Street, NYC. www.congenargentinany.com
November 15 -Philharmonic Orchestra Of The Americas Concert - Music of
Mexican composer Enrico Chapela, Gershwin, Arturo Marquez, Piazzolla and
Edward McDowell featuring Venezuelan pianist Ana Karina Alamo. 7:00pm.
Tickets: $30 Adults $10 Students and Seniors. Skirball Center for the
Performing Arts at NYU, 566 Washington Place (Washington Square South),
November 16 - The Evolution Of Argentine Classical Music - This concert
traces the evolution of Argentine classical music through its main
Composers and with an Homage to world acclaimed Master composer Alberto
Ginastera. Argentine pianist Valentin Surif and an open dialogue with
Georgina Ginastera. 7pm Free; Information: (212) 603-0440. At the
Consulate General of Argentina - Auditorium, 12 West 56th Street, NYC.
November 16 - Cliff Korman's Gafieira Jazz - With Gafieira Jazz, Cliff
Korman presents original compositions and arrangements of works from
a wide range of Brazilian and American repertoire. 9pm and 10:30pm.
Reservations: (212) 989-9319, (917) 470-1465. Cover: $10. Cornelia
Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, NYC. www.corneliastreetcafe.com
November 18 - Binelli-Ferman Duo & Alturas Duo - Barnes & Noble at
Lincoln Center hosts a CD presentation and concert by the Binelli-Ferman
Duo and the Alturas Duo. 3pm. Free. At Barnes & Noble, 1972 Broadway/
Lincoln Triangle. NYC - www.alturasduo.com,
November 19-20 - South American Women Series: Vocalists Creating In
New York November 19th Performance features: Sabrina Lastman and Sofia
Tosello. November 20th features Andrea Tierra and Sofia Koutsovitis.
Sets at 8:30 pm & 10 pm. $10 Cover. Reservations: (212) 989-9319. At
Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, NYC. www.corneliastreetcafe.com
November 20 - African Influence On The Music Of The Americas - PAMAR
presents a concert of Latin American Music as part of their educational
series with PS 125. 6-9pm Tickets: $20. At PS 125, 425 West 123 Street,
November 21 - Shadow Of Urbano/Sombra De Urbano An Evening With The Music
Of Michael Colina - with Grammy-winning jazz pianist and composer Bob
James, Quartet San Francisco and the Binelli-Ferman Duo. 8 pm Tickets
Available at the door $15, suggested donation. For information, contact
516-586-3433 or [log in to unmask] Christ & St Stephens Church,
120 West 69th Street, NYC. www.michaelcolina.com
Complete event listings can be seen online at
Polly Ferman, PAMAR's Founder/Artistic Director, is Co-Founder and
Producer of LACW.
New York-based Pan American Musical Art Research (PAMAR) was established
in 1984 to present a broader Pan American overview of music and dance.
Under the leadership of Polly Ferman, PAMAR has served hundreds of
performing artists, through ongoing presentation in national and
international venues. More about PAMAR at http://www.pamar.org/.
Uruguayan pianist Polly Ferman is one of the world's leading
interpreters of the music of the Americas, and has captivated
international audiences with her illuminating performances. Her
mastery of this literature prompted The Japan Times to recognize her
as a 'Musical Ambassador of the Americas.' You can find much more about
her at http://www.pollyferman.net.
For more about Latin American Cultural Week, PAMAR or Polly Ferman,
contact Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at 516-586-3433 or
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Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
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