Wednesday, November 28, 2012 , Posted by LATINO EVENTS Y TESPIS MAGAZINE at 12:36 PM

Este año, la Academia de Música de Brooklyn (Brooklyn Academy of Music-BAM) celebra la edición número 30 del celebrado Festival Next Wave en el cual incluye a varios artistas latinos emergentes. En música nos presentan Red Hot + Cuba; En danza, Miguel Gutiérrez and The Powerful People; y en artes visuales, José Parlá crea un mural específico para el espacio de la Academia. Los detalles:

Red Hot + Cuba >> Noviembre 30 - Diciembre 1 > Howard Gilman Opera House at BAM > Cuba.

CuCu Diamantes (photo by Mark Seliger)
Red Hot + Cuba, a dynamic all-star snapshot of Havana's contemporary nightlife. For two nights only, BAM brings together a host of Cuba's top-notch contemporary artists for one program that showcases Cuba's tremendous musical diversity, presenting the island's veteran artists alongside exciting young talent. What distinguishes the BAM shows from the Havana scene is that, on their home turf, all the artists represented here are bandleaders in their own right; for these two special shows they will be part of an extraordinary all-star band. The artists participating are: Alexander Abreu, José Luis Cortés (El Tosco), CuCu Diamantes, Andres Levin, Kelvis Ochoa, David Torrens, Carlos Varela, Osdalgia y Cucurucho (Roberto Rodriguez).

And lose the name of action > Miguel Gutiérrez and The Powerful People >> Diciembre 4 al 8 > BAM > Gutierrez.

A work for dancers, aged 33 to 62, exploring the crisscrossing pathways of the brain and the elusive logic of improvisation, welcoming mixed messages while accessing an eerie, otherworldly state of hope and vitality.
Sights and Sounds: Six fierce performers, the inventive glow of light concocted by Lenore Doxsee, the hallucinatory sound stylings of Neal Medlyn, and the cool, dislocating film and words of Boru O'Brien O'Connell.

José Parlá: Gesture Performing Dance, Dance Performing Gesture > Parlá.

Watch Next Wave Festival's promotional video > BAM.

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