LACW 2016

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PA M A R

Celebrating Latin American Culture

PRESENTS

The 11th Annual SM

in New York City

Pedro Figari - (Uruguay 1886 - 1958)

November 3 - 13, 2016 www.lacw.net


PA M A R

Celebrating Latin American Culture

Since 1984

Mission To create awareness & appreciation of Latin American arts and culture in New York City, while fostering inclusion & pride.

Purpose To promote & preserve the rich cultural heritage of Latin America To showcase the highest quality arts, representative of or influenced by Latin American culture To facilitate exposure for Latino artists To provide educational programs in public schools

Festivals

Since 2012

Latin AMERICAN Cultural WEEK in N YC

Since 2014

Since 2008


Participants Anna Tonna Acacio Pereira Antonio Spinosa Annette A Aguilar & String Beans Astoria Tango Orquestra Alberto Tamayo Alturas Duo Azo Baden Goyo Brazilian Endowment for the Arts Brooklyn Music School Canta Libre Carnegie Hall Carmela Ramírez Carla Espinoza Centro Cívico Cultural Dominicano Consulate General of Argentina Claudio Mendez Christ and St. Stephen's Church The Clemente Daniel Binelli Daniel Plazas Daniel Prim Dardo Galletto Studios Doris Geraldi Eddy Marcano Acoustic Quartet Emilio Solla Empire State College Etnoe3 Fátima Campos Federico Díaz Fernando Pirez Francisco Roldán Francisco Avellaneda Gabriel Misse GlamourTango Giovanni Parra Gina Medina Graduate Center CUNY Kike Harker Isabella Geriatric Center International Brazilian Opera II International Choro Festival Ina Paris Iris Ornig Ivan Ovalle Javier Faria Javier Sánchez José Layo Puentes Jorge Polanco

Javier Vinasco Julien Labro Jo Kawamura Karina Romero The 9th Annual Latin American Piano and Song Festival of NY (Le) Poisson Rouge Lily Kyan SUNY Empire State College Luz del Alba Rubio Miguel Marra Santana Marta Spagnol Mariana Parma Mariano Aguirre & Duo Cantabile Mariela Marco Malania Maldonado Max Lifchitz Nilko Andreas Niel Kerman New York Public Library-Inwood New York Public Library-Fort Washington New York Public Library-Washington Heights NoMAA Quinteto Leopoldo Federico-Colombia Q-Arte String Quintet of the Americas Patricia Cazorla Patricia Figueiredo Pasion Latina Pablo Aslan Pablo Lanouguere Polly Ferman Plácido Domingo Jr Pregones Theater /PRTT Rene Nascimento Raúl Manzano Raúl Orlando Edwards Romina Levin Rodolfo Zanetti Repertorio Español Rosa Stalleikem Saphira & Ventura Gallery Susan Max Salvation Army Queens Temple Scandinavia House St Peter’s Church Tabernacle Theatre El Taller Latino Americano UPCA (United Palace for Cultural Arts) UP Theater Valeria Solomonoff Vidala Barboza WHIN Music Project

www.lacw.net



OCTOBER 26, 7:30PM - PASIÓN LATINA

Bolero-Opera-Tango with Plácido Domingo Jr. together with Italo-Uruguayan soprano Luz del Alba Rubio & Uruguayan Tango singer Fernando Pirez Lenzuén take us on a dream-filled journey through Latin America. First presented at the Punta Classic Festival Uruguay (2014) to acclaimed audiences in NYC and Beijing. Admission: $25 - $75 - www.nycopera.com Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room, 10 Columbus Circle, Manhattan

Plácido Domingo Jr

Luz del Alba Rubio

Lizette Chalela is an internationally

renowned award-winning jewelry designer. The quality of the mineral beads and gemstones along with the unique designs inspired by her native Colombia have made Chalela's collections the favorite of many celebrities.

www.lizchalela.com

Fernando Pirez Lenzuén




Music & Dance NOVEMBER 5, 7:30PM : Doors Open: 7:00pm II INTERNATIONAL CHORO FESTIVAL

"The Sounds Of Choro In The City Of Jazz" On November 5th, 2016, those who appreciate the genuine sound of Brazilian instrumental music will have the opportunity to enjoy the II International Choro Festival in the City of New York. The Festival collaborators aim to involve different cultures and exchange artistic experiences between Brazil and the US. Admission: $25 (Early Bird) $35 & $45. Purchase tickets at www.bmf-usa.org Hunter College - Lang Hall - 695 Park Ave/68th St, NYC

NOVEMBER 6, 3PM - DE SUR A NORTE!

A beautiful celebration of music from Latin American & Spain with Raúl Orlando Edwards (baritone); Eddy Marcano (violin), José Layo Puente (double bass) & Baden Goyo (piano). Free admission - www.flamart.org Flamboyán Theater at The Clemente, 107 Suffolk St. (Lower Level), Manhattan

NOVEMBER 6, 7PM - (WHIN) WASHINGTON HEIGHTS INWOOD MUSIC PROJECT

Performance by students of (WHIN) Music Project, whose mission is to strengthen the WHIN communities by providing music instruction as a vehicle for personal and social development for children and their families by providing holistic music education through classes and performance opportunities for individuals and ensembles. Suggested Donation. whinmusicproject.org Flamboyán Theater at The Clemente - 107 Suffolk St. (Lower Level), Manhattan

NOVEMBER 7, 7PM - QUINTET OF THE AMERICAS

A celebration of the 40th anniversary of the founding of Quintet of the Americas in Bogotá (Colombia) and the 100th anniversary of the Colombian composer, Jorge Olaya Muñoz, the founder of SAYCO (Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Colombia). Free admission. www.quintet.org Salvation Army Queens Temple - 86-07 35th Avenue, Jackson Heights, Queens

NOVEMBER 8, 7:30PM HOMAGE TO GINASTERA

New Chamber Music with Guitar and Strings Argentinian guitarist Federico Díaz presents an evening with music by Alberto Ginastera as well as premieres of chamber music works by Miguel Bareilles and Bruno Cavallaro, up-in-coming Argentinian composers. Free admission. www.federicodiazguitar.com The Graduate Center - Elebash Recital Hall - 365 Fifth Ave, Manhattan


Cont - music

NOVEMBER 9, 5PM - 6PM OPENING OF BRAZILIAN CULTURAL WEEK

Remarks by Dr. Domicio Coutinho, Founder of the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts (BEA) on Brazilian culture and its union with Latin American countries. Presentation of Capoeira and Forró followed by a reception. Free admission. www.brazilianendowmentforthearts.org - 212-371-1556 - Venue - TBA

NOVEMBER 10, 8PM - TRES EN TANGO

Musical group dedicated to classic and avant-garde works of Argentine Tango with a special focus on works by Eduardo Rovira and Astor Piazzolla. Federico Díaz, Guitar, Pablo Lanouguere, Double Bass and Rodolfo Zanetti, Bandoneón. Admission: $15. St Peter’s Church - 619 Lexington Ave at 54th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 10 & 12 - 7:30pm Artist Talk, 8pm Concert THE SEVENTH SEAL-OPERA

Presented by the International Brazilian Opera Company and inspired by the Ingmar Bergman film of the same name. Admission: $20. www.brazilianopera.com. Scandinavia House - 58 Park Ave, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 11, 6- 9PM CLOSING OF THE BRAZILIAN CULTURE WEEK

6-6:30pm Alex Minkin, Director of Ticun Brazil, lecture "Gypsy Trance Rituals in Brazilian Umbanda Religion" - 6:35pm-7:30pm Dr. Yanna Elsa Brugal and Liza Papi, lecture "Afro-Cuban Rituals and Brazilian Popular Arts" - 7:30pm-8pm Arizona University Prof. Mark Curran, lecture "Brazilian Northeastern Cordel" 8-8:15pm Dancers Felipe Galganni and Friends, lecture on "Integration of Brazilian Music with American Tap Dance" - 8:15-8:40pm Dance presentation on Forró and Frevo. 8:40pm-9pm Closing Cocktail. Free admission. www.brazilianendowmentforthearts.org 212-371-1556 NOVEMBER 11, 8PM Brazilian Endowment for the Arts - 240 East 52nd St, Manhattan

EL AMOR EN LOS TIEMPOS DEL CÓLERA

Play based on the late Nobel winner Gabriel García Márquez’ epic tale of a secret love that must stand the test of time. Admission: $15 - $65. www.repertorio.nyc NOVEMBER 13, 3PM Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th St, Manhattan LATIN MUSIC CELEBRATION Canta Libre is proud to again be part of LACW to present a varied and exciting afternoon with music by Ginastera, Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos and more played by master musicians of harp, flute and string repertoire. Admission: $15. www.cantalibre.org

Christ and St. Stephen's Church - 120 West 69th St, Manhattan


Cont - music

NOVEMBER13, 3PM - MARIANO AGUIRRE & DUO CANTABILE

A concert of voice and guitar with songs and solos from Latin America. Works by Ponce (Mexico), Gardel (Argentina), Barrios (Paraguay), Lauro (Venezuela), Cordero (Puerto Rico), Villa-Lobos (Brazil) and others. Free admission. www.marianoaguirreguitar.com. Brooklyn Music School - 126 St, Felix St, Brooklyn

NOVEMBER 14, 7:30PM THE 9TH ANNUAL LATIN AMERICAN PIANO & SONG FESTIVAL OF NEW YORK

Founding Director, pianist and musicologist César Reyes presents a musical celebration of the 100th anniversary of Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera, American ethnomusicologist Henrietta Yurchenco and Mexican composers Carlos Jiménez Mabarak and Consuelo Velázquez. Admission: $15. www.facebook.com/MexicanPianist Greenwich House Music School - 46 Barrow St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 14, 8PM LATIN LANDSCAPES/ PAISAJES LATINOS

North/South Consonance presents clarinetist Javier Vinasco and Q-Arte String Quartet- Colombia’s finest musiciansperforming works by Miguel del Águila, Blas Emilio Atehortúa, Celso Garrido-Lecca and Max Lifchitz. Free admission. www.northsouthmusic.org Christ & St Stephen's Church - 120 West 69th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 15, 6PM "PIANEROS"

A Tribute to Argentine Tango and Folklore, pianist Claudio Méndez will arrange and interpret works by composers Adolfo Abalos, Horacio Salgán, Ariel Ramirez, Héctor Stamponi and others. Free admission. www.claudiomendez.com Consulate General of Argentina - 12 West 56th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 19, 9:30PM - 2AM - LA ROMERIA MILONGA

Social dance with a special performance by Masters Gabriel Misse & Carla Espinoza. DJ: Misse. Hosted by Karina Romero. Admission: $20 in advance/$25 at the door. www.dardogallettostudios.com Dardo Galletto Studios - 151 West 46th St, 11th Floor, Manhattan

Events subject to change. Visit lacw.net for most up-to-date information.


NOVEMBER 28, 8:00PM AMAZONAS 2016 AT CARNEGIE HALL

Nilko Andreas will be performing with The Baja California Musical Initiative celebrating the Amazonas Concert series. Admission: $20. www.carnegiehall.org Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall - 57th Street at 7th Ave, Manhattan

Visual Arts / Film SEPTEMBER 28 - DECEMBER 15 Opening September 28, 5:30-7:30PM LA RAZA: EMBRACING DIVERSITY

Exhibit showcasing Hispanic/Latino community’s rich cultural diversity by artists

Patricia Cazorla, Daisy Ferrer, Raul Manzano and Gabriel Rivera. Free admission. www.esc.edu. Livingston Gallery, SUNY Empire State College 177 Livingston St, 6th Floor, Brooklyn

NOVEMBER 9, 6:30-9:30PM MASTERS OF CONTEMPORARY LATIN ART

Art & Music evening featuring artworks by Spanish and Brazilian artists along with a special exhibition "Tribute of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera" with original works. Free admission. www.artsvgallery.com Saphira & Ventura Gallery - 4 West 43rd St, Suite #415, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 10, 6-9PM BRAZILIAN CONTEMPORARY FILM THE FEMININE PERSPECTIVE

6-6:45pm Dr. Eduardo Subiráts, Latin and Caribbean Studies at NYU 7-9pm Film Director Peter Azen, presentation on Brazilian film Free admission. www.brazilianendowmentforthearts.org - 212-371-1556 Brazilian Endowment for the Arts - 240 East 52nd St, Manhattan

THROUGH DECEMBER 19 EXHIBIT PORTRAITS OF COMMUNITY: PEOPLE, PLACES

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA)'s fall exhibit featuring: Elizabeth Currier, Alexis Duque, Leslie Jimenez and Tony Serio. Guest curator Gabriel de Guzman. Free admission. www.nomaanyc.org The Allen Hospital - 5141 Broadway at 220th St, Manhattan


Theater NOVEMBER 1 - 12 (TUESDAYS-SATURDAYS 8PM) MERCIFUL FATHER

A full length play by Atar Hadari about a brothel owner who tries to go straight in order to win his daughter a respectable husband. Admission: $18 ($12 for seniors and students with ID). www.UPtheater.org The Garret at Ft. Washington Collegiate, 729 W. 181 St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 5, 3PM - CRÓNICA DE UNA MUERTE ANUNCIADA Play based on the late Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez' novel with the same name. Admission: $15 - $68. www.repertorio.nyc Repertorio Español - 138 E 27th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 4-5, 8PM - MUNDO CRUEL

With the verve, sass, and authentic voice of working class characters getting by and getting on in Santurce, this play comes directly from Puerto Rico! In Spanish with English supertitles. Tickets start at $15. www. pregonesprtt.org Pregones Theater - 575 Walton Avenue, The Bronx

NOVEMBER 5, 8PM - BURUNDANGA

A fun yet dark comedy that will have you laughing until the curtain closes. Admission: $15 - $70. www.repertorio.nyc Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 6, 2:30PM & NOVEMBER 12, 8PM LA CANCIÓN

Narrates the story of Rafa, a young man from the Bronx, with a passion for urban music. Admission: $15 - $70 www.repertorio.nyc Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 12, 3PM - LA CASA DE BERNARDA ALBA Federico García Lorca’s tragedy that unfolds in a cloistered world of women in 1930s Spain. Admission: $15 - $65. www.repertorio.nyc Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 13, 2:30PM - LA TÍA JULIA Y EL ESCRIBIDOR

Play based on Nobel winner Mario Vargas Llosa's novel with the same name. Admission: $35 - $70. www.repertorio.nyc Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th St, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 11, 8PM EL AMOR EN LOS TIEMPOS DEL CÓLERA

Play based on the late Nobel winner Gabriel García Márquez’ epic tale of a secret love that must stand the test of time. Admission: $15 - $65. www.repertorio.nyc Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th St, Manhattan


Tango Classes TANGO SEMINAR WITH MASTER GABRIEL MISSE & CARLA ESPINOZA

Fri, Nov 11

7pm - 10pm Seminar #1

Sat, Nov 12

4pm - 7pm

Seminar #2

Sun, Nov 13

5pm - 8pm

Seminar #3

Fri, Nov 18

7pm - 10pm Seminar #4

Sat, Nov 19

4pm - 7pm

Seminar #5

Sun, Nov 20

5pm - 8pm

Seminar #6

INDIVIDUAL CLASS: $100 in adv per person or $115 at the door if paid by 11/8 FULL SEMINAR (18 hours): $460 in adv per person by 11/8 or $500 at the door HALF SEMINAR (9 hours): $240 in adv per person by 11/8 or $255 at the door

This Seminar is designed to improve technique, build sequences and develop Argentine Tango culture and music appreciation. Based on Misse’ own training, vast knowledge and expertise, it was created for dancers of all levels so they can become the best Tango dancers they can be. Any combination allowed. Open level. No partner necessary. Walk-ins welcome. Each seminar includes a 15 minute break Dardo Galletto Studios - 151 West 46th St, 11th Floor, Manhattan Register - www.dardogallettostudios.com. No Refunds, Exchanges or Transfers



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PRE-OPENING CELEBRATION NOVEMBER 3, 6:30PM

EDDY MARCANO'S CD RELEASE CONCERT:

¡Viva Aldemaro! is a journey using the violin with a compendium of the best from the beautiful, refreshing instrumental and vocal music of maestro Aldemaro Romero led by Eddy Marcano (violin) with José Layo Puente (double bass), Daniel Prim (percussion) and Baden Goyo (piano) SPECIAL GUESTS: Carmela Ramírez (vocals), Jorge Polanco & Jorge Glem (cuatro) Free admission. NYPL - Inwood Branch - 4790 Broadway, Manhattan


PA M A R

Celebrating Latin American Culture

NOVEMBER 5, 2PM BELLEZAS DE LAS AMร RICAS

Mezzo soprano Anna Tonna and Colombian guitarist Francisco Roldรกn present a recital for guitar and voice that showcases the works by composers of the Caribbean, South America and Central America as well as both historical and contemporary music from the United States. Free admission. NYPL - Washington Heights Branch - 1000 St. Nicholas Ave, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 6, 2PM AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF TANGO

with Bassist Pablo Aslan & Emilio Solla

Grammy nominated Argentine bassist and Tango scholar Pablo Aslan presents a program of tangos from all eras, illustrating the 100+ years of the evolution of this sensual music, song and dance form. Accompanied by Grammy nominated pianist and composer Emilio Solla. Free admission. NYPL Inwood Branch - 4790 Broadway, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 10, 7PM SIX PERSPECTIVES ON LATIN AMERICA Alturas Duo (guitar and charango) and Javier Farias will perform music from Farias' oeuvre including the world premiere of two pieces written as homage to Peruvian born writer Mario Vargas Llosa. This program is funded in part by New Music USA. Free admission. - NYPL - Inwood Branch - 4790 Broadway, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 12, 2PM - BANDONEORAMA

Unique ensemble with four-bandoneรณn players led by Music DirectorMaestro Daniel Binelli with Rodolfo Zanetti, Javier Sรกnchez, Julien Labro. Repertoire includes J. S Bach, Igor Stravinsky, Astor Piazzolla, Daniel Binelli as well as other Tango arrangements. Free admission. NYPL - Fort Washington - Branch - 535 West 179th St, Manhattan


tango for you 2 NOVEMBER 2 & 11, 11:00AM-NOON

Learn basic Tango steps and you 2 will be dancing Tango! Workshop led by Karina Romero. No partner necessary. Free and open to the public. Must rsvp by calling (212) 304 1064. Isabella Geriatric Center/Larson Library - 515 Audubon Ave, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 9, 11AM EL TANGO EN BROADWAY

Screening of 1934 comedy of errors featuring Carlos Gardel, icon of Tango. (84 minutes, in Spanish with English subtitles) Introduction by Polly Ferman. Must rsvp by calling (212) 304 1064. Isabella Geriatric Center/Larson Library, 515 Audubon Ave, Manhattan

Part of Polly Ferman's Tango For You 2, which is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC

NOVEMBER 7, 8PM ANNETTE A. AGUILAR & STRINGBEANS QUARTET

Showcasing the Cuban and Brazilian tradition of Danzón, Son, Choro and Samba and Latin Jazz. A full range of compositions by classics of Ernesto Lecuona, Arsenio Rodríguez (Cuba), Héctor Villa-Lobos, Pixinguinha, Paulinho de Viola (Brazil) and many more. With arrangements from the group as well. www.unitedpalacearts.org Free and open to the public. UPCA (United Palace for Cultural Arts) - 4140 Broadway, Manhattan

NOVEMBER 9, 6-8PM CCCD CULTURAL EXPERIENCE TO URUGUAY

Learn about Uruguay’s culture, geography, history, gastronomy and much more. Free admission. www.facebook.com/centrocivico.culturaldominicano Centro Cívico Cultural Dominicano (CCCD) - 619 West 145th St, Manhattan Events subject to change. Visit lacw.net for most up-to-date information.


On The 11th Annual Latin American Cultural Week


Honorary Board Members Honorary President Plácido Domingo Honorary Board Members Paquito D’Rivera Paloma Herrera Tania León

Board of Directors Founder/CEO Polly Ferman Chairman Alejandro Krell George Balafouti Maria Rosa Baquerizo Mary Kilgarriff Jeffrey James Roberto Krell Eddy Marcano Violy McCausland

Hermán Moreno César Rennert Maribel Schumacher Luis Ríos-Alvarez Luz Miriam Toro María Alejandra Rincón Rosina Pineyro

www.pamar.org


This program is supported, in part, by public funds from The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

A Special Thanks To Alejandro Krell, Danita Nichols, Jeffrey James, Audrey Ross, CĂŠsar Rennert Maribel Schumacher, Violy McCausland, MarĂ­a Rosa Baquerizo George Balafoutis, Luis Rios - Alvarez, Polly Ferman, Liz Chalela Andrea Nalerio, Joanna Castro, Matt Isaac, Mariana Ortiz Graphic Design by Andrea Nalerio | andrea@andreanalerio.com


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