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Eventos Latinos en el Festival 'Out of Doors' del Lincoln Center

Thursday, July 29, 2010 , Posted by LATINO EVENTS Y TESPIS MAGAZINE at 3:21 PM

Difícil perderse alguno de estos eventos. Cada uno nos dará un día memorable. Desde Susana Baca, Aurelio Martinez, Larry Harlow, Rubén Blades, Adonis Puentes, Bobby Sanabria. Además, El International Body Music Festival y el 10 aniversario de La Casita. I mean, tremendo programa. Gracias, Lincoln Center!. Y felicidades  Paul Taylor que celebra sus 80 años. Su compañía de danza también lo celebrará en el Out of Doors Festival.
Aqui tienen una lista de lo que podremos disfrutar en el Festival Lincoln Center "Out of Doors" 2010. Del 28 de Julio al 15 de Agosto. Vayan al sitio web para más información: LCOutOfDoors.
* Argentinian singer Juana Molina is part of ETHEL Fair: The Songwriters. ETHEL with special guests Adam Scheslinger with Mike Viola, Dayna Kurtz, Tom Verlaine with Patrick Derivaz.  Julio 28, 7:30 PM


* Susana Baca, Aurelio Martinez y Garifuna Soul, Carlos Varela y su Banda. August 11 at 6:30
Afro-Peruvian vocalist Susana Baca’s riveting voice is one of the marvels of contemporary music, lithe, knowing, and sensual. Rootsy singer-guitarist Aurelio Martinez of Honduras is ambassador of the Garifuna people’s effortlessly lilting and bittersweet ballad style known as paranda. Songwriter Carlos Varela has been one of the leading lights of Cuba’s nueva trova song tradition for three decades.
* International Body Music Festival con el grupo Barbatuques de Brasil (New York Debut), SLAMMIN All-Body Band, Celina Kalluk, Lucie, Idlout y Derique McGee.August 12 at 7:30
Music you can see, dance you can hear. Likely the first music—people the world over stomp, clap, sing, snap, and chant. Evocative and visceral, the International Body Music Festival concert explores the sonic possibilities of the human instrument with an amazing roster of traditional and contemporary artists from the Americas: Brazil’s 12-member “circle orchestra” Barbatuques in its New York debut; the Bay Area’s ferocious SLAMMIN All-Body Band, known for infectious harmonies and lightning-fast improvisations; Inuit throat singers Celina Kalluk and Lucie Idlout from Nunavut, Canada; and African American hambone artist Derique McGee.


* La Casita – 10th Anniversary: A Home for the Heart/Un Hogar para el Corazón. August 14 at 12:00–5:30
A beloved little house, a city garden, where poets and bands celebrate the Words.
Una querida casita, un jardin urbano, donde poetas y bandas celebran las Palabras.
Aracelis Girmay, Ayisha Knight, Carvens Lissaint, Denizen Kane,Grace Nono, Jamila Lysicott, Kathy Yogi Collins, Kurtis Lamkin, Liza Garza, M.A.K.U., Mandingo Ambassadors, Natalio Hernandez, Vlada Tomova’s Balkan Tales, The Welfare Poets, Willie Perdomo,Yerbabuena
M.C.: La Bruja


* Larry Harlow’s La Raza Latina, A Salsa Suite.
Conducted by Larry Harlow, starring Rubén Blades
guest vocalist Adonis Puentes, Bobby Sanabria Big Band. August 14 at 7:30
Composed to convey the history of Latin music in song, La Raza Latina remains a testament to keyboard genius Larry Harlow’s commitment to salsa as well as his creative vision. In the long-awaited New York premiere of this landmark 1977 suite, the legendary Jewish salsero pilots a sprawling 40-piece orchestra and chorus playing music by Harlow, Johnny Ortiz, Rudy Calzado, and Tito Puente. Panamanian superstar Rubén Blades, a veteran of the original Fania recording, recreates his role as lead vocalist, joined by Cuban singer Adonis Puentes and The Masacote Dance Company.
Multi-Grammy-nominated virtuoso drummer Bobby Sanabria’s fierce Big Band serves as the orchestra’s nerve center, as well as opening the night with a hard-swinging set of Afro-Cuban jazz that marries sophisticated harmonies with explosive rhythms.


OTROS ESPECTACULOS A RESALTAR:


* 80th Birthday Celebration Paul Taylor Dance Company. Taylor 2. August 5 at 7:30.
Celebrate the 80th birthday of a true giant of modern dance with both of his esteemed dance companies sharing a program for the first time. The extraordinary PTDC company performs Airs, Syzygy, and Company B, moving from sublime lyricism to full-throttle physicality to the poignant dualities of love and war. Taylor 2 performs Taylor’s signature masterpiece Esplanade, as well as a unprecedented live collaboration with Asphalt Orchestra, which performs an original arrangement of the score to the pioneering 3 Epitaphs.


* CENTRIFUGAL FORCE: Hip Hop Generations. 
August 15 at 5:00
A site-specific work that juxtaposes the raw energy of street dance with the formal grandeur of Lincoln Center. Nearly 75 dancers—first and second generations of hip-hop dance pioneers, prominent and emerging local and international dancers, and NYC teenagers—lead audiences from the fountain plaza through multi-hued pathways to the grandstand steps in front of Alice Tully Hall, where audiences will be invited to join in a freestyle dance cipher. Choreographed by hip-hop and contemporary dance pioneers Emilio “Buddha Stretch” Austin Jr,Adesola Osakalumi, and Gus Solomons Jr.
Emilio “Buddha Stretch” Austin Jr created hip hop free style dance and choreographed for Michael Jackson and Mariah Carey, among others. He teaches, produces, and judges dance battles in NYC and throughout the world.
Adesola Osakalumi is a life long Hip Hop dancer and choreographer, an actor in Fela! & Equus on Broadway, co-creator of Jam On The Groove, and a choreographic mentor to youth.
Gus Solomons jr is the Artistic Director of Paradigm, and a choreographer, dancer, NYU Professor, and dance critic.





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