Friday, February 5, 2010

MUSIC & DANCE / February 5 - 11

February 5 (6 pm) Cuban Salsa Lessons. New salsa dance workshops with Sita Frederick and Carlos Mateu. From 6 pm - 7 pm open to all levels, 7 pm - 8 pm level two.At “You Should Be Dancing” Dance Center, 412 8th Avenue (between 30th and 31st Streets). For more information click here or call 212-244-0011.

February 5 (8 pm) Yunior Terry and Son de Altura at SOB's. A powerful blend of the traditional and the contemporary, and soul of Havana. Admission: $10 - $15. At SOB's, 204 Varick Street (at West Houston). For more information, click here  or call 212-243-4940.

February 5 - 7 (Fri. And Sat. 8 pm, Sun. 4 pm) Borges and Piazzolla: A Tango Musical. Directed by Raúl Jaurena. Tickets: $30. At the Thalia Spanish Theater, 41-17 Greenpoint Avenue, Sunnyside, Queens. Through March 21st. For more information and tickets, click here  or call 718-729-3880.

February 5 (10 pm) Latin Fridays. La Mezcla’s (96.3 FM) live broadcast. Featuring music by DJ Johnny Famolari. Ladies free until 12 am. At Club Providence NYC, 311 West 57th Street (Between 8th and 9th Avenues). For more information, click here or call 646-739-8219.

February 6 (10 pm) Rock and Cumbia from Argentina. Featuring Electroshock, Babel, S.U.R and El Aguante. At D’Antigua, 84-16 Northern Boulevard, Queens. For more information, click here or call 718-779-0128.

February 6 (8 pm - 10 pm) Cuban Nights at Havana Central. Enjoy some classic Cuban rhythms brought to you live by Ochún, one of New York City's favorite dance bands. Free event, reservations recommended. At Havana Central Times Square, 151 West 46th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues). For reservations or more information, click here  or call 212-398-7440.

February 6 (7 pm) Caribe Negro for Haiti! A fundraiser for earthquake survivors and New York-based Haitian artists who have lost family members in the recent tragedy. Featuring Alma Moyo, Bryan Vargas and Ya Esta, Zon del Barrio, Welfare Poets, Vaya, Kalunga Neg Mawon, and Paleros Dominicanos de Nueva York Vente Tu! Includes an Afro-Dominican dance class from 7 pm - 8 pm and an Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba Dance Class from 8 pm - 9 pm. Donation: $20 for 2 dance classes and concert, $15 for concert. At The Bruckner Bar and Grill, 1 Bruckner Boulevard, Bronx. For more information, click here or call 646-924-7187.

February 6 (7 pm) Hard Dancing Night. Enjoy some lively hits and a cool atmosphere with music brought to you by DJ Chamo. Admission: $10. At Pachita Room (Pacha NYC), 618 West 46th Street (between 11th and 12th Avenues). For more information, click here or call 212-209-7500.

February 6 (7 pm) Dan Torres at Joe's Pub. With special guest Martin Rivas. Admission: $12. At Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette Street (between East 4th and Astor Place). For tickets and more information, click here  or call 212-967-7555.

February 7 (3 pm) Music with a View. A free composer series curated by Kathleen Supové, featuring a performance by Sabrina Lastman and invited singers Daisy Press, Jeremy Lydic and Raphael Sacks. Free admission. At The Flea Theater, 41 White Street (between Broadway and Church Streets). For more information, click here or call 212-266-2407.

February 9 and 10 (8 pm) Anna Sokolow’s Centennial Celebration. Featuring the Limón Dance Company in Anna Sokolow's masterpiece "Rooms" and José Limón's "There is a Time". Tickets: Adults, $50, Students and Seniors, $20. At the Baryshnikov Arts Center, 450 West 37th Street. For tickets and more information, click here

Februrary 11-21 (check schedule information below) 10th Annual New York Flamenco Festival. Presented by the World Music Institute and the Flamenco Festival, SL. Featuring Rocío Molina, María Pagés, Pastora Galván, Manuel Liñán, Israel Galván, Belén López in her New York debut, and the U.S. debut of guitar maestro José Antonio Rodríguez, Canteca de Macao, Marina Heredia and the Chekara Arab-Andalusian Orchestra of Tetouan. At New York City Center, West 55th Street (between 6th & 7th Avenues). For tickets, schedules, and more information, click here or call 212-545-7536.

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