Friday, November 13, 2009

MUSIC/ November 13 - 20

November 13 - 16 & 18 - 20 Pilar Rioja, The Queen of Flamenco Dance. Special presentation by the Mexican-born perfomer of Spanish traditional dances. Tickets start at $30, VIP seating available. At Teatro Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street (between Lexington and Third Avenues). For more information, call 212-889-2850.
November 13 (8pm) Rumba Colombiana. Featuring La Cumbiamba Eneyé, Chía Dance Party and DJ Diego FM. Admission: $10. At the Sixth Street Community Center, 638 East 6th Street (between Avenues B & C). For more information, call 646-571-7405.

November 13 (7pm - 10pm) Noche Latina. Yuka Seka provides their irresistible Cuban rhythms for an evening of food, music and dancing. Includes authentic flamenco by Mayte Vicens-Mossman and a Latin dance instruction and performance by Walter Perez. Dinner donation: $10. At Saint Peter’s Church, 619 Lexington Avenue (at 54th Street). For more information, call 212-935-2200.

November 13 (10:30 pm) Montserrat in Concert. The Brazilian-Spanish singer brings a contemporary sound to old staples. Tickets: $25. At 45 Bleecker Street Theatre, 45 Bleecker Street (between Broadway and Lafayette Street). For more information, call 212-260-8250.

November 13 (7pm) El Brujo Live. Dominican singer Cuco (El Brujo) Valoy from the 1950s duo Los Ahijados performs. Tickets: $10. At S.O.Bs, 204 Varick Street (at West Houston). For more information, call 212-243-4940.

November 13 (10 pm) Pedro Arroyo and Orchestra. Live salsa. Tickets: $20. At Club La Boom, 56-15 Northern Boulevard (at 57th Street), Woodside. For reservations and more information, call 718-204-2069.

November 14 (8 pm) Tribute to Johnny Pacheco. Papo Lucca, Cheo Feliciano, Ismael Miranda, Adalberto Santiago, Roberto Roena, Yomo Toro, Domingo Quiñones, Bobby Valentín and Johnny Ventura come together to honor the legendary Dominican bandleader, Johnny Pacheco. Tickets: $63 - $113. At the United Palace Theater, 4140 Broadway. For more information call, 212-568-6703.

November 14 (1 pm - 10 pm) De la Charanga al Charangón. Sixth Annual International Latin/Tropical Music Collectors Festival. Tickets: $10. At Taino Towers, 240 East 123rd Street. For more information call, 212-307-7420.

November 14 (10 pm) Yerbabuena in Concert. Bomba and plena. Tickets: $10. At Nuyorican Poets Café, 236 East Third Street. For more information, call 212-505-8183.

November 14 (1am - 3:30 am) La Bolá. One of the top Timba bands in the U.S. performs an eclectic blend of Cuban music. General Admission: $15. For a reduced admission of $10, e-mail At S.O.Bs, 204 Varick Street (at West Houston). For more information, call 212-243-4940.

November 16 (7 pm) Opera Night at Americas Society. Young singers from the famed Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires perform opera favorites. Free event, part of the fourth Latin American Culture Week in New York City. At the Americas Society, 680 Park Avenue. For more information, call 212-628-3200.

November 16 (7 pm - 11:30 pm) Septeto Nacional Ignacio Piñeiro . The legendary Cuban formation performs at Guantanamera, 939 8th Avenue (between 55th and 56th Streets), Manhattan. Limited seating available. For reservations and more information, call 212-262-5354.

November 17 (6:30 pm - 8:30 pm) In Our Lingo. Featuring DJ Disco Wiz and Jamel Shabazz, who will engage in a multi-media “cipher” style dialogue discussing the life of the first Latino DJ. Sponsored by Teatro SEA. Part of Borimix: Puerto Rico Fest 2009. Admission: Free. At El Museo's El Café, 1230 5th Avenue. RSVP required at For more information, call 212-831-7272.

November 18 (6pm) Ismael Miranda Live. The Boricua salsero's “De Regreso al Son” CD release party. Includes a free buffet and salsa lesson at 6:30pm. Free event. At The Imperial, 17 West 19th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues). For more information, call 646-418-6291.

November 21 (11am - 6pm) Súper Sábado. Whole-day program of art-making workshops, story-telling with poet and playwright Frank Pérez and a concert by Face the Music. Sponsored by El Museo del Barrio and Teatro Sea. Part of Borimix: Puerto Rico Fest 2009. At El Museo del Barrio, 1230 5th Avenue (at 104th Street). For more information, call 212-831-7272.

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