14th Encuentro NYC festival-ENCUENTRO UNDERGROUND-Roots: Part I, SPAIN, Two ticketed sets
ENCUENTRO NYC COLOMBIAN MUSIC FESTIVAL
ENCUENTRO UNDERGROUND: ROOTS-Part I, SPAIN
SET 1: PRE-CONCERT RECEPTION 6:15pm, PERFORMANCE 7:00pm
SET 2: PRE-CONCERT RECEPTION 8:15pm, PERFORMANCE 9:00pm
Tickets include a pre-concert reception (drink and tapas) and an opportunity to see these world-renowned artists up-close in an intimate setting. Set 2 follows with a DJ'd dance party.
ENCUENTRO NYC Colombian Music festival moves underground for its 14th anniversary to celebrate PAMAR's Latin American Culture week with a multi-cultural spin to feature a new festival series-Encuentro Underground-celebrating the roots of Colombian music at one of NYC's newest artistic centers in the Bronx. ID Studio (311 E. 140th St., two blocks from the 6 train one stop past Harlem 125th) the home of theater, music, and dance luminaries actor German Jaramillo, musician Pablo Mayor, and dancer Daniel Fetecua, will host the first in this series of unique events bringing together music, dance, and culture.
Celebrating Latin American women in the arts, Encuentro NYC Colombian Music festival presents the Spanish roots of Colombian music through the artistic prowess of Rebeca Tomás and her A Palo Seco Flamenco Dance Company, paired with the diverse traditions of Colombia presented by Colombian visionaries, musicians and Encuentro NYC veterans Pablo Mayor and Gregorio Uribe, the Folklore Urbano NYC trio, with dancer and choreographer Daniel Fetecua. This show will trace Colombia's roots to its Spanish beginnings, drawing parallels and creating new opportunities for cross-cultural expressions. The evening will consist of two-ticketed sets, each with a pre-concert reception to include tapas and drink, followed by an intimate live-recorded show in one of NYCs most important Latin American art incubators-ID Studio.
"This years Encuentro NYC will breathe new life into our way of looking at Colombian music, focusing on opening our arms to the cultures who represent the source from where this music has evolved. In celebrating our multi-culturalism, we become more aware of how we are all connected through music and dance." -co-director Anna Povich de Mayor.
ID Studio (View)
311 E. 140th St
Bronx, NY 10454
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