Music in the Bronx

The South Bronx Culture Trail Tribute to Arsenio Rodriguez Concert, featuring Conjunto Imagen.

Casita Maria Center for Arts &Education, Dancing in the Streets and 52 People for Progress present The South Bronx Culture Trail Tribute to Arsenio Rodriguez Concert, featuring Conjunto Imagen. The salsa concert tribute will take place on Wednesday, August 29th at 7:30 pm at El Teatro Miranda, located at 52 Park on Kelly Street, between St. John and Legget Avenue in the South Bronx. They are asking for a $1 donation for

Robbi K at Pelham Bay Park

7.11.2012 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Multiple Parents’ Choice Award winner Robbi K’s beautiful voice has graced TV, radio, and live venues and she was a back-up singer for such superstars as Diana Ross, Jewel, and Aretha Franklin. Robbi K sings in many languages and presents interactive, danceable concerts suited for people of all ages and stages. Event website: Cost: FREE Appropriate for: Pre-school Digg this post Recommend

Salsa in the Mix

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9th Annual Bronx River Sights and Sounds Festival

The 9th Annual BRONX RIVER Sights & SOUNDS FESTIVAL began June 2nd and continues with a great series through the month of June, 2012. UPCOMING EVENTS: Saturday, June 9th at 8pm The rhythm keeps going with an eclectic performance of Latin Jazz and Salsa by Chico Alvarez & RumbaySón at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Bronx, NY. Saturday, June 16th at 4pm The series goes out with a boom(box) with Death

Bronx Battle of the Boroughs

                                                          Congratulations to the Bronx finalists! See them perform live on April 6th: Tyrone Birkett/Emancipation Bodoma Garifuna Cultural Band RPG to the G-Spot Tape Deck Museum August-Hill Chris Santiago The Dorian Project Kevin Batchelor’s Grand Concourse Battle of the Boroughs: Bronx Battle in Greene Space from


Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum will present folk rock band Hawthorne for its First Friday! event on September 2 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. The Brooklyn-based band plays entirely original music, spanning various acoustic styles and genres, including indie-folk and Americana, with a touch of country, Irish folk, and even gypsy jazz. A native New Yorker who was raised in Pelham, Nat Osborn formed the band a year ago and writes most

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