Friday, April 16, 2010

MUSIC / April 16 - 23

April 16 (7 pm - 9 pm) Espada and Yerbabuena: La Cura del Encanto. A poetry  others. Admission: $10. At D'Antigua Lounge, 84-16, Northern Boulevard, Jackson Heights. For more information, click here or call 973-336-6455.

April 16 (7 pm) Classic at the Americas. The instrumental ensemble La Fontegara will perform enaissance, Baroque and Rococo music and features María Díez-Canedo (recorder and baroque flute), Eunice Padilla (harpsichord and fortepiano), d Eloy Cruz (baroque guitar, theorbo and archlute). Free event, reservations recommended. At the Americas Society, 680 Park Avenue (At68th Street). For reservations and more information, click here or call 212-249 8950.

April 17 (2 pm - 4 pm) Immigrant Heritage Week Celebration. Ballet Latino Folklorico de Staten Island will bring the audience on a tour around the Americas through traditional music and dance. Presented by The Council on the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island (COAHSI) and El Centro del Inmigrante. At the St. George Library, 5 Central Avenue, Staten Island. For more information, click here or call 718-447-3329.

April 17 (7.30 pm) Sara Thomsen and Bernanrdo Palombo in concert. Latin American balads and New Song. Featuring also Abram Alberto and Alexandra Castillo. Doors open at 7.30, concert at 8 pm. Suggested donation $15. At People's Voice Cafe, The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist, 40 East 35th St. (between Madison & Park).

April 17 (8 pm) Falla and Flamenco. Three works by composer Manuel de Falla, including the U.S. stage premiere of “El Corregidor y la Molinera.” Featuring Orchestra of St. Luke, conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez. $20-$50. At the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, the Peter Jay Sharp Building at 30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn. For more information, click here.

April 17 (9 pm) Sin Rescate: Fiesta Guacharaka! In celebration of their band's one year anniversary, Sin Reskate will perform live bringing the best of cumbia villera. Featuring music by DJ Zonico. Cover: $5. At Aji Lounge, 287 9thStreet, Brooklyn. For more information, call 973-336-6455.

April 16 (10 pm) Reggaeton. Fantasy Fridays presents an exclusiveperformance featuring Boricua reggaeton duo Xion y Lennox. Also featuringmusic by DJ Flow and La Mega 97.9 FM's own DJ Lobo. Admission: $10 - $20, reduced before midnight. At AREA 516, 248 Front Street, Hempstead, Long Island. For more information, call 917-217-5029.

April 17 (8:30 pm and 10:45 pm) Flamenco. Spanish flamenco singer and dancer Carmen Salao performs alongside percussionist Nacho Arimay.Cover: $20. At Alegrías en La Nacional, 239 West 14th Street. For more information, call 917-667-2695.

April 17 (10 pm) Cumbia! The band Sin Reskate will bring live cumbiavillera to the stage. Also featuring music by DJ Zonico. Cover: $5. At Aji Lounge, 287 9th Street, Brooklyn. For more information, call 718-832-0085.

April 17 (9 pm) Panamanian Hip-Hop. Los Rakas bring old-school, re-vamped hip hop vibes and blend of dance hall with Spanglish lyrics. Admission: $15 - $20. At Molly's Place, 407 Remsen Avenue, Brooklyn. For more information, call 718-240-9069.

April 17 (5 pm - 9 pm) Natalia LaFourcade: Up Close and Personal. The young Mexican songwriter offers her intimately acoustic music. No cover charge. At the Metropolitan Pavilion's Yaris 3 Lounge, 125 West 18th Street. For more information, click here or call 212-463-0071.

April 17 (10 pm) Villa Lounge Opening Night. Party with music by DJ Javier Vargas. Admission: $10 - $15. At Villa, 735 2nd Avenue (Between 39th and 40h Streets). For more information, call 631-987-2233.

April 17 (7:30 pm) Latin Sundays. Salsa, bachata, and merengue by DJ Mike P. No cover charge. At Las Chicas Locas, 160 West 25th Street (Between 6th and 7th Avenues). For more information, call 646-418-6291.

April 18 (7 pm) Portugal in NYC. Portuguese fado singer Ana Moura performs live. Tickets: $32. At Symphony Space, Broadway at 95th Street. For tickets or more information, click here  or call 212-864-5400.

April 18 (6 pm) El Gallito del Son. Jorge Alberto González and his group perform traditional Cuban music. Every Sunday. No cover, limited seating. Reservations required. At Las Palmas, 6153 Bergenline Avenue, New Jersey. For reservations and more information, click here or call201-861-1400.

April 19 (7:30 pm - 11:30 pm) John Benitez Sextet, Fernando Otero and Friends. Enjoy the award-wining music of the John Benitez Sextet, painist Fernando Otero, and violinist Nick Danielson. Two sets at 7:30 pm and 9:30 pm. Admission: At S.O.B.'s, 204 Varick Street (At West Houston). For more information, click here or call 212-243-4940.

April 21 (11 pm) Que Bajo?! Tropical Bass, Afro-Colombian, Dance Hall and Cumbia, like no other. Featuring special guest DJ Nickodemus. Cover: $5. At Santos Party House, 96 Lafayette Street. For more information, click here or call 212-584-5492.

April 22 (9 pm) Havana in Midtown. Cuban band Yuka Seka performs live. Happy Hour from 5 pm - 8 pm. Every Thursday at the Habana Room in the Radisson Lexington Hotel, 134 East 48th Street. For moreinformation, click here  or call212-421-4288.

April 23 (7 pm) New York Ska Festival. Local bands from the five boroughswill bring to the stage an intoxicating blend of the traditional 2-toneska, old school punk rock, reggae and latin rhythms. Featuring KingChango, Hub City Stompers, Kofre, Bigger Thomas, Escarioka, Beat Brigade, Skarroneros and Floor Kiss. Tickets: $15. At BB King Blues Club, 237 West42nd Street. For tickets and more information, click here or call 212-307-7171.

April 23 (5 pm) After-Work Salsa Groove. Featuring salsa by Sammy Ayala. Includes a free salsa lesson at 7 pm. Admission: $10 - $15. At SOB’s, 204 Varick Street (at West Houston). For more information, click here or call 212-243-4940.

April 23 (10 pm) Spanglish Fly CD Release Party. A live boogaloo partyfeaturing music by Spanglish Fly, DJ Turmix, and surprise guests. Free boogaloo dance lesson included. Free admission. At Rose Live Music, Brooklyn. For more information, click here or call 718-599-0069.

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