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In celebration of National Latino-Hispanic month, Tunxis Community College presented the Latin-Jazz sounds of Goza on September 22, 2011. The Office of Minority Affairs, Alumni Association, SGA, and the Office of the Dean of Students teamed up to bring this wonderful performance, featuring the beautiful talents our own Tunxis student, Cristina! Donations from the event will be used toward the purchase of discounted bus passes for our commuter students. If you'd like to make a donation, please send care of the Tunxis Alumni Association, PO Box 481, Bristol, CT 06010 - The video runs 1hour 20 minutes
As a way to show our appreciation, we invited several former clients and people we have done business with to enjoy a Live Cuban Jazz Concert at The Royal, in the heart of Little Italy. Interactivo, Cubanos por el Mundo is a great band conformed by talented musicians who brought their latin roots, full of Caribbean energy to us. It certainly was a fun night and it was great to see all the happy faces after the show. The theatre has a magnificent sound system and the show was just amazing. Kudos for the producers and band!
[PUBLIC EVENT 2013] The Harp of Paraguay - A performance by international artist Mariano Gonzalez with special guest performance by Piper Major Richard Harris, and members of the City of Queanbeyan Pipes and Drums band. Larry Sitsky Recital Room, School of Music, ANU The Paraguayan harp is a cultural emblem, which represents not only the nation of Paraguay and its traditional music, but also a collective notion of paraguayidad—Paraguayanness. It is a touchstone for Paraguayans’ pride in their national territory, collective historical memory, Guaraní-Spanish bilingual reality, landmarks of the natural environment, and the rich legacy of folk traditions. The melodies, harmonies, rhythms, lyrics, and even song titles associated with it evoke in Paraguayan listeners’ notions of self-identity. Mariano Gonzalez plays the Paraguayan harp with a truly unique sound mix of jazz, popular and semi-classical influences. Gonzalez was born and raised as a cowboy in Buena Vista, Paraguay, and is part of a long tradition of harp players. He lives in the USA and has performed there, Japan and the UK. The City of Queanbeyan Pipes and Drums has been in existence since 1986. The Band makes regular appearances at Queanbeyan events such as Queanbeyan RSL ANZAC Day March, Queanbeyan Primary School fetes, Church Fetes and Queanbeyan Community markets and festivals. The Band regularly puts up to 12 pipers and 6 drummers in the field for competition and public performances. In 2009, the Band competed at the Glasgow world Championships and the Irish National championships at Port Rush. The Band participated in street marches and other events in Scotland and Ireland. The Band sees itself as a Queanbeyan Band first and foremost and is proud to be involved in events within the Queanbeyan Community. The Band is led by Pipe Major Richard Harris.
Beautiful performance by this talented drummer and saxophone player. Band for Events Entertainment features San Francisco's finest Latin Jazz.
"NEA Jazz Master, Carnegie Hall Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, and 14-time Grammy Award winner Paquito D'Rivera is one of the greatest musicians alive. A peerless virtuoso on the saxophone and clarinet, D'Rivera is a living, breathing institution in jazz, Latin, and contemporary classical music. He formed the groundbreaking group Irakere with Chucho Valdés, worked extensively in Dizzy Gillespie's United Nations Orchestra, won Grammy Awards for his collaborations with Yo-Yo Ma, and performs with top contemporary ensembles like the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and London Philharmonic. One of D'Rivera's favorite albums is Charlie Parker's Bird with Strings, a definitive recording that combined Parker's emotional maturity and melodic mastery with romantic string arrangements. In this performance, D'Rivera exemplifies Jazz at Lincoln Center's commitment to presenting cherished masterpieces alongside new ideas; as he puts it, this is "To Bird with Strings" — a thoughtfully updated program that includes selections from the original Bird with Strings, unrecorded arrangements from the project, and new takes on Parker's work with Latin jazz legends like Machito and Chico O'Farrill. As demonstrated in D'Rivera's sold-out Bird with Strings concerts in 2013, this program puts D'Rivera's jaw-dropping solos on full display, thanks to expanded arrangements that highlight the improvisational prowess of D'Rivera and his fellow ensemble members, including pianist Alex Brown, drummer Eric Doob, bassist Zach Brown, percussionist Rolando Morales, violinist Andrei Matorin, oboist Tom Christensen, and harpist Riza Printup. Free pre-concert discussion nightly at 7pm. This concert is one of our 30th anniversary landmark performances because Paquito D’Rivera has been an essential part of Jazz at Lincoln Center for nearly our entire history. His encore performance of this tribute to one of jazz’s seminal albums is a perfect way to celebrate this milestone season. First performed to sold-out audiences during our 25th anniversary season, this concert will be a highlight of our 30th." http://www.jazz.org/events/t-6226/Paquito-D%E2%80%99Rivera-To-Bird-with-Strings/
May 19, 2018 7:30 pm “History of Latin Jazz” with Cascade Jazz $20/public and $15/members John Chmaj leads a high-energy 10 piece jazz ensemble on the 100-year multi-cultural journey of jazz and Latin music. From the early blues and swing days through bossa nova, modern jazz and popular music, Latin and jazz styles have evolved and informed each other. Featuring a full horn section, percussion and swinging vocals, this will be a powerhouse performance! PURCHASE TICKETS NOW https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3223339
Featuring Dave Valentin, the Wesley Reynoso Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra performs "Oye Como Va" by Tito Puente at Benefit Concert for Music Education at Lehman Center for Performing Arts hosted by The Grace School of Music With Wesley Reynoso, headquartered at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York. The musical event was "A Night of Jazz and Latin Jazz" emceed by Chico Alvarez and launched the school's "Music Education Matters" campaign. The Big Band members: SAX SECTION - Matt Hong, Bob Franceschini, Jason Curry, Julio Botti, and Javier Olivencia; TRUMPET SECTION - Raul Agraz, John Walsh, Nick Marcione, and Mike Rodriguez; TROMBONE SECTION - Luis Bonilla, Doug Beavers, Tokunori Kajiwara, and Randy Andos; RHYTHM SECTION - Ruben Rodriguez (Bass), Francisco "Pancho" Lelo De Larrera (Guitar), Vince Cherico (Drums), Luisito Quintero (Timbal), and Roberto Quintero (Congas). Special guests for the evening included Dave Valentin, Kim Burrell, and Luis Bonilla. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Performed at the John Coltrane Tribute & Festival 2015. This event was presented by the Art Sanctuary and WURD900AM.
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