Posts Tagged ‘Julia de Burgos Latino’

THIRD ANNUAL ARTS AND CULTURAL NETWORKING CELEBRATION

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Honoring Diversity in the Arts Community

On August 19, 2006, Manhattan Community Board Eleven, East Harlem’s primary public and civic institution, is bringing together an ecletic group of artists from all nationalities for its third annual Arts and Cultural Networking Celebration. This event will take place at East 106th Street between Lexington to Second Avenues, from 12:00 – 6:30PM. This free event brings together established artists and cultural institutions from all parts of the neighborhood. These organizations are but not limited to the Museum of the City of New York, Taller Boricua, El Museo Del Barrio, PR Dreams, the National Black Theater and other cultural insitutions from this diverse City.

The event will be centrally located in the hub of culture and art in East Harlem. Various artists from art and the entertainment world have lived in our neighborhood. Artists like James De La Vega, whose works can be seen on the streets of East Harlem. Jazz singer Gloria DeNard, who still teaches here in East Harlem through Manna House. The former residence of actress Cicely Tyson is a few blocks away from the festival site. Finally, visitors can walk along the Tito Puente way and marvel at the surroundings where this legend lived or visit the wonderful art at Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center.

“We believe that East Harlem is the perfect venue for a multicultural arts celebration. This event serves as a tool to expose city residents to the different cultures of the world,” states Lino Rios, Chair of Community Board Eleven.

The festivities are being organized by Manhattan Community Board Eleven’s Cultural Committee. “Art intertwines every aspect of life and sustains social solidarity; thus, on this day East Harlem honors and celebrates the diversity of the art community and the pioneers of civilzation,” states Taina Traverso, Chair of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Committee. “East Harlem/El Barrio has always been a cradle for artists to expand their talents, be it what ever form they are working with, from music to dance to visual,” states a long-time Spanish Harlem artist Fernando Salicrup.

Manhattan Community Board Eleven is a New York City government agency that plans and advocates for the needs of East Harlem/Spanish Harlem. For more information, log onto www.cb11m.org.

El Taller Boricua and Jimmy Delgado Present

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Every Wednesday through August 29 • 5:30 PM

Uptown Salsa After Work Party Event

July 4 – Soneros de Oriente
July 11 – Caransalsa
July 18 – Frankie Morales’s Mambo of the Times Orchestra
Juy 25 – Excelencia
August 1 – Orchestra Broadway
August 8 – Jimmy Sabater, Jr. & Los Salseros Del Hudson
August 15 – Sonsublime
August 22 – Rigo Y Su Grupo Ecua-Jei
August 29 – Tipica Novel
Ladies $5 from 5:30-6:30; $10 after 6:30
Gentlemen $10 all night
Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center
1680 Lexington Avenue
212.831.4333; www.tallerboricua.org

Every Thursday through August 23 • 6:30-9:00 PM
Summer Nights at El Museo

Target Presents Musical Icons of El Barrio
July 5 – Tito Puente, Jr.
July 19 – Plena Libre
August 2 – Spanish Harlem Orchestra
August 16 – Tribute to Hector LaVoe with Chino Nuñez

Budweiser Select’s Alternative Music Festival
July 12 – Circo
July 26 – Cultura Profética
August 9 – Latin Funk Night with Pacha Massive and Folklore Urbano
August 23 – Los Amigos Invisibles

Free. Limited seating – first come, first served.
Teatro Heckscher
El Museo del Barrio
1230 Fifth Avenue

Tributo Lírico a Don Otilio Diaz

Friday, December 1st, 2006

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La Casa de la Herencia Cultural Puertorriqueña Inc. Amorosamente Presenta Un Tributo Lírico a Don Otilio Diaz

Honrando su legado cultural. Una fiesta de música, baile y poesía tradicional para un hombre que supo adornar su patria con:

El Grupo Musical
YERBABUENA

Gilda Rivera Pantojas
y su compañia
DANZA FIESTA

QUÍQUE AYALA
con su conjunto típico

declamador jíbaro
MIGUEL COLÓN

JUNIOR COLÓN
y sus cuatristas

y otras sorpresas

1 de diciembre del 2006 a las 7:00 pm
Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center
1680 Lexington Avenue (esquína Calle 106)
DONACIÓN = $25.00

Para información llame: (212) 722-2600 or email: info@lacasapr.org. Esto es una actividad pro fondos “La Casa” ¡Coopere!