Friday, November 9, 2012 , Posted by LATINO EVENTS Y TESPIS MAGAZINE at 4:58 PM

Hoy es el primer día, de diez (10), para darnos un paseo por el vibrante mundo de las artes visuales, la música y el talento con raíces latinoamericanas.  La Semana Cultural de América Latina en NYC (LACW / Nov. 9-19) nos trae una cartelera repleta de buen teatro, música, arte y cine de varios países latinoamericanos. El año pasado disfrutamos sobremanera algunos de los conciertos presentados con grupos de Venezuela y Chile. Este año estamos seguros que LACW nos hará disfrutar de nuevo, y con diferentes propuestas, nuestras raíces latinas.
Para ésta 7ma edición, el equipo de Polly Ferman, fundadora de festival, nos tiene a artistas establecidos y emergentes que se presentan en varias instituciones culturales de la ciudad: el Repertorio Español, Carnegie Hall, El Museo del Barrio, El Instituto Cervantes y The Americas Society, entre otros. 

* Para el calendario de eventos, visiten la página del festival >> LACW2012.


* Nov 9 >  
- GlamourTango, Tango in Feminine Form. 
Presented by PAMAR as the opening event for the 7th Annual Latin American Cultural Week. GlamourTango thrills audiences with its unique all-woman cast of tango musicians and dancers.This multi-media spectacle celebrates tango and honors those, until now, unheralded women who quietly wrote the pages of tango from its very beginning.
New York Society for Ethical Culture.

- Rebeca Vallejo Trio.
Influenced by Flamenco and Latin-Jazz music, Rebeca Vallejo uncovers the emotional beauty and rhythmic complexity of Brazilian music.
Instituto Cervantes New York.

- Paul O'Dette.
In his Americas Society debut, O'Dette will perform music by Santiago de Murcia, Manuel Alvarez, and anonymous Afro-Brazilian composers.
Americas Society.
www.Americas Society

* Nov 10 >
- IX Encuentro NYC Colombian Music Festival.
New York City's annual Colombian Music festival, in its 9th year, featuring the best in Colombian music in NYC and special guests. Produced by Anna and Pablo Mayor.
Le Poisson Rouge.

* Nov 13 >
- The College Academy Latin Celebration: Featuring dance performances (Merengue, Bachata and Salsa) and a Piano and Voice Duo. This project has been specially conceived to participate at the Latin American Cultural Week's "Celebracion de la Cultura Hispana en Washington Heights".
The College Academy.
549 Audubon Ave, Manhattan.
Free Admission.

- Pedro Giraudo "Expansions" Big Band: Led by acclaimed Argentine-born composer/bassist Pedro Giraudo, this award-winning 17-piece big band combines Argentine underpinnings with a sound that's subtly suggestive of composers like Ellington and Mingus, masterfully weaving together pre-composed and improvised elements.
Zinc Bar.

- Edmar Castañeda.
This event will feature the Edmar Castañeda Trio with special guest Jorge Glem on cuatro.
Americas Society.
www.Americas Society
* Nov 15 >
- The 5th Annual Latin American Piano and Song Festival NYC Cesar Reyes, Director and Founder:
A musical journey from South America to the Caribbean of the most powerful composers and troubadours.
Woody Tanger Auditorium, Brooklyn College Library
Free Admission.
* Nov 16 >
- Tango in Heights, The Binelli- Ferman Duo + Tango Dancers + a tango class. Presented by PAMAR and NoMMA.
World-class musicians Daniel Binelli (bandoneon) and Polly Ferman (piano) have united their talents to develop and further the appreciation of the tango, milonga, candombe, and other Latin American musical forms in the rarely heard partnership of the bandoneón and piano. Their performances reflect the elegance and the subtlety of the traditional tango, the sauciness of the milonga, the romance of the waltz, and the temperament and power of the contemporary tango.
Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church at Cornerstone Center

* Nov 17 >
- Pedro Giraudo Sextet
Acclaimed Argentine-born composer/bassist Pedro Giraudo is known for the sweeping emotional impact of his compositions, which have captivated listeners around the world. With Argentine underpinnings and a hint of South American grooves, they masterfully weave together pre-composed and improvised elements.

* Nov 18 >
- WHIN Music Project - El Sistema Uptown:
The Washington Heights and Inwood (WHIN) Music Project - El Sistema Uptown, founded and directed by David Gracia is inspired by El Sistema, the Venezuelan internationally-renowned music and social program. WHIN - El Sistema Uptown provides orchestral and choral instruction to children and youth from underserved communities, as a vehicle for personal development, artistic growth and social inclusion.
Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church

- Serrat and Sabina, Dos Pajaros Contraatacan.
Following the success of their first tour together "Dos Pájaros De Un Tiro", Joan Manuel Serrat and Joaquin Sabina embark on a second tour "Dos Pajaros Contraatacan"
The Theater at Madison Square Garden
7th Ave and 32nd Street, Manhattan
* Nov 19 >
Edmar Castañeda.
This event will feature the Edmar Castañeda Trio with special guest Joe Locke on vibes.
Americas Society.


* Nov. 9 - Dec 20 >
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, ESC opens its exhibition calendar with "The Americas" a multimedia exhibit. Curator Raul Manzano. Dean Cynthia Ward, Metropolitan Center
Livingston Gallery.

- Cordel Literature Symposium – Opening Art Exhibition:
Opening of a collective art exhibition, which theme is the Brazilian Northeast culture. Special guest Mariangela Valenca will release a DVD about Frevo dancing style and will perform some Frevo steps
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts.

* Nov 9 -18 >
- Andrea Arroyo's Art Exhibition "Women Unbound"
Andrea Arroyo presents "Women Unbound" an exhibition of works inspired by extraordinary women of New York. This groundbreaking exhibition incorporates Arroyo's signature vibrant work within the historical Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum.
Morris-Jumel Mansion.

- Felipe Galindo's Art Exhibition "George Washington Revisits Washington Heights"
In "George Washington Revisits Washington Heights" Felipe Galindo interweaves the past and the present through humorous images in which George Washington interacts with the locals and enjoys contemporary New York
Morris-Jumel Mansion.
Nov 15 – Dec 15 >
Nov 15 at 7pm, Opening.
Exhibition focused on the relationship between the Spanish Catalan composer Xavier Montsalvatge and fine and visual arts.
Instituto Cervantes New York

Nov. 16 >
- View Cuban Art exhibition in Galeria Habana at PINTA with director, Luis Miret:
Luis Miret, director of Galería Havana will discuss the exhibition of Cuban art he is presenting at PINTA.
* Nov 17 >
- Brunch at Praxis International Art
Celebrating Latin American Cultural Week, join us for brunch together with the best Latin artists in NY!

* Nov 12 >
- Xavier Montsalvatge - Half violin, a seat and a piano:
New York premiere of a documentary film on the composer's life will be screened, followed by a round table and discussion.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center

* Nov 9 >
Love in the Time of Cholera:
A new play by Caridad Svich based on Gabriel Garcia Márquez's novel. In Spanish with English subtitles.
Repertorio Espanol.
* Nov 16 >
- Uptown Action: Nuestras historias!:
An interactive and bilingual play about real life stories of injustice created and performed by People's Theatre Project's community actors.
Malcom X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Center
* Nov 15 - Dec 2 > TIME TBA
Garden of Delights by New Stage Theatre Company:
Production of Fernando Arrabal's vivid and surreal play that blurs the line between reality and fantasy.
Theatre for the New City
* Nov 16 | Nov 18 >
- Xavier Montsalvatge
A Celebration in Music and Dance" Interpreted by Suite Hispania: A program of music by Catalan musical genius Xavier Montsalvatge along with Flamenco dance.
Repertorio Español.

* Para el calendario de eventos, visiten la página del festival >> LACW2012.

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