Posts Tagged ‘NUYORiCAN POEtS CafE’

Tato Torres & YERBABUENA

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

New York City’s Hottest Boricua Roots Music Crew:
Tato Torres & YERBABUENA
bring the best Boricua Roots Music in town to the world famous
NUYORiCAN POEtS CafE in the heart of Loisaida (Lower East Side), NYC.

Come enjoy the sounds of YERBABUENA’s Bomba, Plena & Lelolay.

Saturday, June 10th & the 2nd Saturday of Every Month – 10:00 PM
Cover: $10

NUYORiCAN POEtS CafE
236 Rev Pedro Pietri Way
(E 3rd St between Ave B and Ave C), Loisaida, NYC, NY 10009

www.nuyorican.org
A new Puerto Rican generation is embracing their traditional musical expressions. YERBABUENA is the product of everything that leads to a contemporary Boricua (Puerto Rican) musical experience. It features the reality of a contemporary urban Boricua musical expression deeply rooted within tradition and community. YERBABUENA is a living link in the eternal chain that binds all generations; past, present and future in the same place and time.

Jimmy Bosch & Jimmy Ray Bosch — LIVE JAM AND POETRY FOR CURA

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Jimmy Bosch & Jimmy Ray Bosch
Live Jam and Poetry!!!!!

Thursday, November 1, 7PM – 10PM

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Jimmy Bosch, internationally recognized as the leading salsa/world music trombone icon.

PRdream/MediaNoche
1355 Park Avenue, (entrance on East 102nd Street)
New York, New York 10029
Two blocks away from Museum Mile

Father and Son team up with PRdream/MediaNoche (Judith Escalona) for a good cause. On Thursday November 1st, my son and I will be performing together for the first time ever. Jimmy Ray will be reading some of his very own poetry. He has been writing for years and has read at various Barnes and Noble poetry nights as well as for private events such as the Children’s Aid Society and the Nuyorican Poets Cafe in the Lower East Side. I will have a quartet to do a jam session along with guests who arrive to sit in and donate their time.

We will be raising funds for CURA Inc. which is dedicated to saving lives through their many programs and services designed to help the Latino community members who suffer from Drug and Alcohol abuse problems. CURA Inc. is a 501(c)3, not for profit organization.

Your presence is required! Please join us from 7pm to 10pm as we entertain you with heartfelt poetry and heartfelt music by my son and me. This will be the beginning of a long journey in which my son and I begin to perform together for various causes around the world.

El Puerto Rican Embassy at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe!

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Calling all in and out of focus Nuyoricans
of El Spirit Republic de Puerto Rico
to stand up for Las Guaranteed (protected by International Law)
Self Expression and Self Determination Rights.

GET A CLUE! FIRST IT’S ME THEN IT’S YOU!!!

Hosted by Mariposa & ADAL

Come and Untrain the Programmed Daze…

Performances by Tato Laviera, Sheila Candelario, Jesus Papoleto Melendez,
Ricardo Leon Pen~a Villa, Prisionera, Adal, DJ Mellow G, Mariposa w/ Frank
Perez… musical peformance by Indigo, Pucho y Guillito and live action art
by Miguel Luciano.

Saturaday, February 9, 2008
7PM-9PM
Nuyorican Poets Cafe
236 Pedro Pietri Way (E. 3rd bet. Ave. B & C)
Loisaida Village, NuYol

$10 to leave the premises (Proceeds
to benefit The Hostos Grand Jury Resistance Campaign)

“…To be free means to be creative. To be creative means to
defend your dreams….” -
Rev. Pedro Pietri/Co-founder El Puerto Rican Embassy

At the Nuyorican Poets Cafe

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

(Sat), May 3 at 8pm

The Nuyorican Poets Café

Third Millennium Celebration

ALOUD AND ALIVE AT 35

Legends, pioneers and new millennium poets unite for one night only on The Town Hall stage as the Nuyorican Poets Café celebrates its 35th anniversary on May 3, 2008 at 8 pm.

Mistress and Master of Ceremonies: actress/producer, *Rosie Perez *and poet/singer/ comedian, *Flaco Navaja* with some of the leading voices in the spoken word movement, including* Carlos Andrés* *Gómez, Kirk Nugent, Sandra María Esteves, Mariposa, Willie Perdomo, Steve Coleman*, *Nancy Mercado*, California’s first Poet Laureate *Quincy Troupe,* the performance poet and playwright *Jesús Papoleto Meléndez *along with the multifaceted performer, known for her mesmerizing poetry and characterizations, *Caridad De La Luz*, a.k.a. La Bruja. With music by the Boricua Roots Music group, *Yerbabuena*.

Ticket Price: $40 & 35

Producer: The Town Hall “Not Just Jazz” series