Bronx Summerstage Schedule 2012

Bronx Season runs June 26 – July 31

City Parks Foundation has launched the 2012 season of SummerStage presented by AT&T, New York’s largest free performing arts festival. With performances ranging from hip-hop, R&B, Latin music to dance, theater and film, as well as family programming, SummerStage provides Bronx residents and visitors with high-quality free arts programming that promotes a diverse and compelling artistic landscape.

Since its inception twenty-seven years ago, more than six million people from New York City and around the world have enjoyed SummerStage. The festival in the Bronx runs from June 26th to July 31st.

Musical highlights from this season in the Bronx include soul group BLUE MAGIC, hip-hop legends NICE AND SMOOTH, THE AWESOME 2 and CHUBBB ROCK, freestyle star SAFIRE, old and new school salseros FRANKIE NEGRON, CANO ESTRMERA and JOSÉ ALBERTO “EL CANARIO” among many other top notch artists.

Dance enthusiasts will be visually engaged by SummerStage’s special dance commission that celebrates the 65th anniversary of the Limón Dance Company with the world premiere of Come With Me, a live piece set to music by world-renowned GRAMMY® Award winning, Cuban composer, Paquito D’Rivera and choreography by Rodrigo Pederneiras of Brazil’s Grupo Corpo. Audiences will also be delighted by Kaleidoscope of Dance, a special night of performances spanning multiple genres of dance, including hip-hop, Latin, contemporary, salsa, bachata, bruk up and angola club, and featuring dancers from Legendary House of Ninja, KR3TS, Milteri Tucker, and other special guests.

SummerStage Theatre presented by Time Warner welcomes you to a special commission of KING OF INFINITE SPACE; a modern take on Hamlet that brings a classic and unforgettable plot right to Manhattan’s Lower East Side and infuses it with live music from rock icon Pearl Jam’s influential album, Ten.

“We are very proud to present an array of high quality arts programs in various parks throughout The Bronx,” says City Parks Foundation President, Alison Tocci. “New Yorkers and visitors alike can now visit The Bronx to discover SummerStage talent that is as artistically and culturally diverse as the neighborhoods themselves.”

Commissioned Works

A King of Infinite Space
By Mando Alvarado, Directed By Jerry Ruiz
Adapted from Hamlet By William Shakespeare
SummerStage Theater Presented By Time Warner
Friday, July 06 – Saturday, July 07, 2012
St. Mary’s Park, BX
8:00 PM

Friday, July 13 – Saturday, July 14, 2012
Crotona Park, BX
8:00 PM
American rock collides with Shakespeare in the SummerStage commissioned, theatrical concert event, A King of Infinite Space. Noted playwright Mando Alvarado’s modern spin on William Shakespeare’s Hamlet places the plot in the Lower East Side, Manhattan for a more relatable take on the quintessential tale of struggling family dynamics, power, and revenge. Fusing the music and themes from American rock icon Pearl Jam’s ground-breaking album, 10, with a gritty Lower East Side dynamic, this concert event relates Shakespeare’s 17th century literature to 21st century New York City.

The complete SummerStage schedule for the Bronx follows. For the most up-to-date scheduling and line-up for all SummerStage programming, follow us via the below links and visit www.SummerStage.org for festival information.

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City Parks Foundation (CPF) is the only independent, nonprofit organization to offer park programs throughout the five boroughs of New York City. We work in over 750 parks citywide, presenting a broad range of free arts, sports, and education programs, and empowering citizens to support their parks on a local level. Our programs and community building initiatives reach more than 600,000 people each year, contributing to the revitalization of neighborhoods throughout New York City.

Cano Estremera
Hosted by George Nenaditch from La Vieja Escuela de Caliente Channel 150 on Sirius XM
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Soundview Park, BX
7:00 PM
Puerto Rican salsa singer, Cano Estremera has had a successful career in the music industry, spanning almost thirty years. Starting out as solely a percussionist, Estremera is now dedicated to performing music of all genres. Estremera recorded six albums with Bobby Valentin’s band before forming his own group in 1984. Nicknamed “El Cano,” a word which is commonly used in Puerto Rico to refer to people of light complexion, Estremera is arguably the most famous albino in the Caribbean country and has raised awareness on the condition through his music. With a reputation for being a fast and clever improviser through soneo (call-response improvisation), Estremera is also known as “Dueño del soneo,” or “Owner of Soneo.” His on-the-spot technique provides for a unique, engaging audience experience.

Safire / Lisette Melendez / DJ Lucho
Hosted by George Nenaditch from La Vieja Escuela de Caliente Channel 150 on Sirius XM
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Soundview Park, BX
7:00 PM
Safire’s string of club hits helped make her one of Latin freestyle’s most popular female performers. She was discovered at an audition, where she won the chance to record the already-waiting single “Don’t Break My Heart” which became a club hit. Her follow-up single, “Let Me Be the One” further established her in the popular Freestyle genre. Safire’s self-titled album debut featured her two previous hits, plus the even more successful ballad, “Thinking of You.”

Lisette Melendez is a freestyle and Latin pop singer hailing from Spanish Harlem, New York City. With powerful and sultry vocals, these songs propelled her debut album, Together Forever to gold status. Best known for her hits, “Together Forever” and “A Day In My Life (Without You),” both of which were dance music hits, Melendez helped to popularize the Latin freestyle genre.

Artist Website: http://www.djlucho.com
DJ Lucho’s early exposure to the harmonious rhythms of Latin music in his Harlem neighborhood nurtured an innate talent that propelled him to become one of the most gifted DJs and producers in the music industry. His interaction with different genres of music has allowed him to develop a unique and versatile style, which was guided by his deep appreciation for various cultures and their musical influences.

Our Latin Thing: A Tribute to the Fania All Stars / Felix Hernandez’s Rhythm Revue
Hosted by George Nenaditch from La Vieja Escuela de Caliente Channel 150 on Sirius XM
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Soundview Park, BX
7:00 PM
Our Latin Thing, an ensemble of lead singers and musicians from New York’s top Latin bands, pays tribute to the legendary group, the Fania All-Stars. The Fania All-Stars were a group of artists from the 1970’s that popularized Latin music’s sound to a wide audience via their large scale concerts. Included in the group were salsa greats such as Ray Barretto, Willie Colón, and Johnny Pacheco. Our Latin Thing will perform an assortment of all the Fania All Stars’ top hits, whose music was influenced by American jazz, soul, and rock and roll.

Artist Website: http://www.classicsoul.com
Felix Hernandez is in the business of remembering the good ol’ days. Hernandez’s wildly popular radio show, Rhythm Revue, takes on a life of its own weekly at New York’s Roseland, where three thousand disciples regularly come to hear Fernandez spin the sounds of the past and boogie down. Felix Hernandez will rock the crowd once again at SummerStage again with his mix of soul, Motown, funk, salsa and disco dance classics. Bring your dancing shoes.

Limón Dance Company
Friday, June 29, 2012
St. Mary’s Park, BX
7:00 PM – Dance Master Class by Limón Dance Company
8:00 PM – Limón Dance Company
Artist Website: http://limon.org
From its inception the Limón Dance Company has served as a cultural ambassador. The company was founded in 1946 by Mexican choreographer, José Limón and is a modern dance company performing to over 30,000 audience members annually. Named one of “America’s Irreplaceable Dance Treasures” by the Dance Heritage Coalition and recipient of the 2008 National Medal of Art, Limón was instrumental in shaping the creation of American modern dance as we know it today. Immigrating to the United States from Mexico in 1918, Limón is considered one of Mexico’s greatest artistic exports, and a role model for Hispanic and Latino communities across the country. This season, Limón Dance Company celebrates its 65th anniversary with a number of special performances, classes, and workshops.

The Limón Dance Company will perform three pieces originally choreographed by Jose Limón including, There is a Time, Chaconne and Moor’s Pavane.

Master Class: Join members of the Limón Dance Company as they host a class based on the modern dance techniques that the company has become famous for.

SummerStage Kids Bronx Family Day Featuring:
The Red Trouser Show/ The Bindlestiffs present the Hell on Wheel Unicycle Club / Little Club Heads
Saturday, June 30, 2012
4:00 PM
Get ready for an energetic, interactive show at this year’s Bronx Family Day! Brought to you by SummerStage Kids presented by Disney, this special event will have families wowed by circus tricks and acrobatics and then on their feet for a memorable dance party experience! Families will also have the opportunity to participate in face painting, craft workshops and free sports lessons including golf workshops! This is sure to be an entertaining day you would not want to miss!

Adults can now stay late for more fun featuring an evening concert and film! For more information on these programs visit: www.SummerStage.org.

Artist Website: http://www.theredtrousershow.com
David Graham and Tobin Renwick, are a high energy acrobatic, juggling and comedy duo that make up The Red Trouser Show. They have been performing in circuses and theaters, and busking all over America and internationally since 2000. Having been called “a spectacular and unique act” by the Midnight Circus, as well as a group of “amazing acrobats” by ABC News, their performances are entertaining for all ages.

Artist Website: http://www.bindlestiff.org
Since 1995, The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus has traveled the world, bringing its unique hybrid of vaudeville, circus, Wild West shows, burlesque and sideshow to hundreds of thousands of people. The company has produced innumerable cabaret shows, custom performances, and all-ages productions in addition to sophisticated adult shows. Bindlestiff also produces the NYC Unicycle Festival, yearly held on Governor’s Island over Labor Day Weekend. The Hell on Wheel Unicycle Stunt Show is presented in collaboration with the Chatham Unicycle Club, from Columbia County, NY.

Artist Website: http://www.littleclubheads.com
Little Club Heads has revolutionized the idea of “family time” by providing a dance party experience for children aged 12 months to 10 years old and their parents. At their events, parents can socialize while children have an opportunity to mingle, dance, and stay fit. After over 40 events and entertaining over 35 thousand guests over the past two and half years, the New York City based business is rapidly expanding.

Kaleidoscope of Dance Featuring:
Legendary House of Ninja / KR3TS / Milteri Tucker and special guests

Saturday, June 30, 2012
St. Mary’s Park, BX
7:00 PM – Dance Master Class by Full Circle
8:00 PM – Performances
Kaleidoscope of Dance is a special night of performances guest curated by Ana “Rockafella” Garcia from hip-hop dance troupe, Full Circle. This night’s performances will span multiple genres of dance including hip-hop, Latin, contemporary, salsa, bachata, bruk up and angola club.

Artist Website: www.facebook.com/legendaryhouseofninja
The Legendary House of Ninja was established by Willie Ninja, considered by many to be the “godfather” of “Vogue,” the dance style that was popularized by Madonna’s hit song with the same name. Inspired by Vogue magazine and characterized by model-like poses integrated with angular, linear, and rigid arm, leg, and body movements, vogue is an established dance form that is practiced in the gay ballroom scene and clubs in major cities throughout the United States.

Artist Website: http://www.kr3ts.com
Based in Spanish Harlem, KR3TS promotes the art of dance by teaching and fostering a core-performance group that features pre-professional dancers. KR3TS gives aspiring dancers an outlet to develop skills, set goals, improve self-esteem and learn cooperation and integration as part of a group. Dancers are versed in various dance styles including ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop, salsa, merengue, and African dance.

Artist Website: www.milteritucker.com
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Milteri Tucker is the founder and artistic director of BOMBAZO Dance Co, and company member of world renowned choreographer Maria Torres. She has performed and showcased her work at City Center, Alvin Ailey, Hostos Main Stage, BAAD, Pregones Theater, Thalia Spanish Theater, Castillo Theater, El Museo del Barrio, Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. Milteri is the premier lead dancer of the Puerto Rican Folkloric dance company, Danza Fiesta.

Master Class: Learn breakdancing basics with members of the hip-hop dance troupe, Full Circle.

José Alberto “El Canario”
Presented in Association with Globe Star Media and La Mega
Tuesday, July 03, 2012
St. Mary’s Park, BX
7:00 PM
Artist Website: http://www.elcanario.com
José Alberto, is a Dominican salsa singer with a career that spans the past thirty years. His voice was widely adored by salsa fans, and his exceptional whistling abilities led fans to give him the nickname “El Canario” (The Canary). As a pioneer of a new style of salsa called salsa romántica, which arose at a time when classic, big-band salsa, was losing popularity on the Latin record charts, El Canario focused mainly on the romantic, softer aspects of the music, creating a mixture of earlier salsa brava and the ballad style. El Canario received international attention as the bandleader of Tipica 73 as well as for hit songs such as “Sueño Contigo” and albums uincluding his debut, Noches Calientes and Dance With Me.

8 y MáS presents: A Tribute to Tito Puente
Presented in Association with Globe Star Media and La Mega
Thursday, July 05, 2012
St. Mary’s Park, BX
7:00 PM
Artist Website: www.8ymas.com
8 y Más is one of the hottest new bands on the contemporary Latin music scene today. Comprised of a team of internationally recognized musicians considered by many to be some of the best in NYC and beyond, 8 y Más boasts a stellar lineup including Bobby Allende, Angel Fernandez, Ricky Gonzalez and Marc Quiñones. In November, 2006, the band released its first production, Juega Billar to much acclaim by salsa music lovers. For this special night, the band celebrates the musical legacy of the late, beloved salsero, Tito Puente called by many, “El Rey de los Timbales” (The King of the Timbales).

A King of Infinite Space
By Mando Alvarado
Directed By Jerry Ruiz
Adapted from: Hamlet
By: William Shakespeare
SummerStage Theater Presented By Time Warner
Friday, July 06 – Saturday, July 07, 2012
St. Mary’s Park, BX
8:00 PM

American rock collides with Shakespeare in the SummerStage commissioned, theatrical concert event, A King of Infinite Space.

Artist Website: www.cruzandothemovie.com
Noted playwright Mando Alvarado’s modern spin on William Shakespeare’s Hamlet places the plot in the Lower East Side, Manhattan for a more relatable take on the quintessential tale of struggling family dynamics, power, and revenge. The production breaks away from Shakespeare’s Elizabethan English by using modern language and costuming while still portraying the core theme and plot of the original play. Fusing the music and themes from American rock icon Pearl Jam’s ground-breaking album, 10, with a gritty Lower East Side dynamic, this concert event relates Shakespeare’s 17th century literature to 21st century New York City.

Director Jerry Ruiz and his design team craft a stream-lined, bare bones yet theatrical storytelling approach that conveys this timeless story to a contemporary audience with clarity, simplicity and a modern sensibility.

**Note: This production contains strong language**

Frankie Negron
Presented in Association with Globe Star Media and La Mega
Sunday, July 08, 2012
St. Mary’s Park, BX
7:00 PM
Puerto Rican salsa star, Frankie Negron, creates a new brand of modern Latin music by fusing his roots and upbringing together into a harmonious a sound. Taking influence from American icons like Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, and combining pop, rock, gospel, R&B, hip-hop and reggaeton into his contemporary salsa tunes, Negron is not your typical salsa star. Signed at the age of 17, Negron has had an extensive relationship with the music industry. He released seven albums between 1997 and 2003 alone. Negron has earned Grammy nominations, Billboard Award nods, and two Premio Lo Nuestro Awards for “Song of the Year.” He also boasts four Platinum album awards to his credit, proving his innovation well received by his audiences.

Chubb Rock / Kurtis Blow / DJ Bent Roc
Presented in Association with Globe Star Media and WBLS
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Crotona Park, BX
7:00 PM
Artist Website: http://www.myspace.com/chubbrocklegend1
Chubb Rock, often compared to a hip-hop Barry White, dropped out of pre-med at Brown University to pursue his musical career. Regarded as one of the East Coast’s most dexterous rappers, he first appeared on the national rap scene with his self-titled debut, Chubb Rock. His 1991 release, The One, reached #13 on Billboard’s Top Hip-Hop/R&B chart that year. Three singles from that release made it to #1 on Billboard’s Top Rap Single chart list that same year including, the classic song, “Treat Em Right,” “Just the Two of Us” and “Lost in the Storm.”
Artist Website:

Artist Website: http://www.kurtisblow.net
Kurtis Blow, one of the founders of recorded rap inspired a generation of rappers with his street sense, social criticism, and commercial savvy that was instrumental in raising up a generation of MC’s. One of the first rapper’s to be signed by a major label; he went on to release ten albums over eleven years with numerous hits such as “Basketball” and “If I Ruled the World,” which was famously covered by Nas in 1997. His rhymes feature cinematic sensibilities, opening the world’s eyes and ears to the truths of the inner city. In his newest venture, Blow is the co-founder of the Hip-Hop Church, where he serves as rapper, DJ and worship leader.

DJ Bent Roc is the premiere mix master on New York City’s 107.5 WBLS. Besides spinning for all the station’s events, he spins weekly on Saturdays for his own show, Classic Flavors alongside his partner, legendary rapper, Chubb Rock. With his weekly show, DJ Bent Roc gives respect and attention to the pioneers of hip-hop culture. With over 20 years of DJ experience, along with the Billboard “R&B / Hip Hop Radio Show of the Year” award under his belt, DJ Bent Roc will rock your world!

Nice and Smooth / Ed O.G. / The Awesome 2
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Crotona Park, BX
7:00 PM
East coast hip-hop duo Greg Nice & Smooth B are famed for writing smart, tongue-in-cheek rhymes that ride bangin’ hooks. Released in the late 1980’s and early to mid 90’s, Nice & Smooth’s albums, including Nice and Smooth and Ain’t a Damn Thing Changed, are acknowledged hip-hop essentials. Their biggest hit, “Sometimes I Rhyme Slow…,” is fondly remembered for its moderately somber rhyme with introspective lines about poverty, AIDS and drugs that was set to the guitar loop of Tracy Chapman’s hit single, “Fast Car.” Known for their humorous rhymes and catchy hooks, they often appeared as guest emcees on albums by the Beatnuts, Gang Starr, and Tony Touch among many others.
Ed O.G. hails from Boston and the lead rapper in the group Ed O.G. and Da Bulldogs. His debut with the group, titled Life of a Kid in the Ghetto received critical acclaim for its gritty depiction of ghetto life. The album included the song “Be a Father to Your Child” and “I Got To Have It.” Since then, Ed O.G. has gone on to release four solo albums and numerous collaborations with artists including Pete Rock, DJ Premier, RZA, KRS-One and Common.

Teddy Tedd and Special K, better known as the legendary DJ duo, The Awesome 2 are regarded as power players in hip-hop’s radio and DJ scene with shows on such famed stations such as 105.9 in NYC and on Sirius and AOL. Regulars on the international party scene for over twenty years, they have played all over the world, establishing themselves as hip-hop tastemakers.

A King of Infinite Space
By Mando Alvarado
Directed By Jerry Ruiz
Adapted from: Hamlet
By: William Shakespeare
SummerStage Theater Presented By Time Warner
Friday, July 13 – Saturday, July 14, 2012
Crotona Park, BX
8:00 PM

American rock collides with Shakespeare in the SummerStage commissioned, theatrical concert event, A King of Infinite Space.

Artist Website: www.cruzandothemovie.com
Noted playwright Mando Alvarado’s modern spin on William Shakespeare’s Hamlet places the plot in the Lower East Side, Manhattan for a more relatable take on the quintessential tale of struggling family dynamics, power, and revenge. The production breaks away from Shakespeare’s Elizabethan English by using modern language and costuming while still portraying the core theme and plot of the original play. Fusing the music and themes from American rock icon Pearl Jam’s ground-breaking album, 10, with a gritty Lower East Side dynamic, this concert event relates Shakespeare’s 17th century literature to 21st century New York City.

Director Jerry Ruiz and his design team craft a stream-lined, bare bones yet theatrical storytelling approach that conveys this timeless story to a contemporary audience with clarity, simplicity and a modern sensibility.

**Note: This production contains strong language**

Blue Magic / Felix Hernandez’s Rhythm Revue
Sunday, July 15, 2012
Crotona Park, BX
7:00 PM
Artist Website: http://www.myspace.com/MAGICOFTHEBLUE
Blue Magic, best known for their irresistible smooth soul ballads, successfully climbed the Top 40 R&B singles chart with their first three releases before breaking through and crossing over with platinum selling hit single, “Sideshow,” which became a pop hit phenomenon. Blue Magic’s unbeatable mix of smooth tunes and tender lyrics made “Three Ring Circus,” their next single, another crossover hit that helped to define the soul sound.

Artist Website: http://www.classicsoul.com
Felix Hernandez is in the business of remembering the good ol’ days. Hernandez’s wildly popular radio show, Rhythm Revue, takes on a life of its own weekly at New York’s Roseland, where three thousand disciples regularly come to hear Fernandez spin the sounds of the past and boogie down. Felix Hernandez will rock the crowd once again at SummerStage again with his mix of soul, Motown, funk, salsa and disco dance classics. Bring your dancing shoes.

The Metropolitan Opera Summer Recital Series
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Crotona Park, BX
7:00 PM

The Metropolitan Opera Summer Recital Series, first presented in 2009, returns this year with six performances in the parks of all five boroughs.

This performance features favorite arias and duets from some of opera’s greatest hits, performed by up-and-coming Met artists Deanna Breiwick (soprano), Alexander Lewis (tenor), and Edward Parks (baritone), accompanied by pianist Vlad Iftinca.
More info: metopera.org/summer.

Alexander Lewis (tenor) is in his second year of the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. This season he will make his Met debut as the First Guard in Manon and will perform Artémidore in The Metropolitan Opera and The Juilliard School’s joint production of Gluck’s Armide. Last season, he performed the role of Vašek in The Bartered Bride, the first joint production of the Met and The Juilliard School. Mr. Lewis completed the Merola Opera Program in San Francisco and completed his Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and was awarded the Lesley Anderson Fellowship.

Deanna Breiwick (soprano) is a 2011 Metropolitan Opera National Council Grand Finalist and also holds awards from The Gerda Lissner Foundation, the Giulio Gari Foundation, The Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation and the Richard F. Gold Career Grant. This season at the Met Ms. Breiwick covered the role of Ariel in the premier of The Enchanted Island. She was most recently featured as Sophie Scholl in the American Premier of Peter Maxwell Davies’ Kommilitonen! with the Juilliard Opera. Ms. Breiwick is currently a young artist in Juilliard’s Artist Diploma for Opera Studies program holding degrees from The Juilliard School and Mannes College of Music.

Edward Parks (baritone) returned to the Metropolitan Opera this season in the role of Fiorello in Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Upcoming engagements at the Met include the role of Périchaud in La Rondine and he will be covering roles in Otello and Il Barbiere di Siviglia. A recent graduate of the Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artists Development Program, Mr. Parks made his Metropolitan Opera debut in the 2009-2010 season as Fiorello in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, and has since appeared as Schaunard in La Bohème and as Larkens in La Fancuilla del West. He also appeared as Schaunard on the Met’s 2011 tour of Japan. A native of Indiana, PA, Mr. Parks received his bachelor’s degree from Oberlin Conservatory, and his master’s degree from Yale University.

Vlad Iftinca is the Staff Music Coach for the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program and has been part of the Metropolitan Opera music staff since the 2008-2009 season. Recent recital appearances include The Metropolitan Opera’s 2009 Summer Recital Series, Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall in New York City, Los Angeles Opera, San Francisco Conservatory, the Seoul Performing Arts Center, the Hong Kong Arts Festival, Spoleto Festival USA, and the Ravinia Festival’s “Rising Stars” recital series.

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The 2012 SummerStage festival is presented by AT&T.

Time Warner; Blue Point; Ommegang; Six Point; Disney; Bloomberg; ConEdison; JPMorgan Chase; City Winery; eMusic; Forest City Ratner are also official SummerStage Sponsors.

Additional support is generously provided by The Arthur Ross Foundation; The Harkness Foundation for Dance; The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust; New York Community Trust Program for Performing Arts Groups; Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour; The Shubert Foundation; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; National Endowment for the Arts through the Access to Artistic Excellence program; New York State Council on the Arts; NYC Council Member Rosie Mendez; NYC Council Member Joel Rivera.

Media sponsors include:
Time Out New York, Metro, Relix, El Especial & El Especialito, Zoom Media & Marketing, WNYC, WFUV, WBGO, NBC New York, NY Moves, Big Screen Project, Flavorpill, Fusicology, and Globe Star Media and Entertainment.

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