Friday, September 3, 2010

MUSIC/ September 4 - 10

September 4 (7pm – 11:30pm) Kanutto Live. Kanutto Garabatto  presents his debut CD “Orgasnico” and brings his signature “Organic Latin Pop Rock” rhythms to the stage.  Price: $10. At Las Americas Social Club, 4604 Bergenline AvenueUnion CityNJ. For more information, click here or call.

September 4 (8pm) Ivete Sangalo. Brazil’s biggest star, Ivete Sangalo, brings the sounds of Brazil to the heart of New York City. Tickets: $39.50 - $139.50. At Madison Square Garden, 7 Avenue (Between West 31 Street and West 33 Street). For tickets or more information, click here.

September 4 – 5 (8 pm) Tenth Annual New York International Salsa Congress. Experience the ultimate celebration of salsa this Labor Day weekend with afternoons and evenings full of workshops, performance showcases, concerts and more! Featuring Son Boricua (Friday), Yoko La Japonesa Salsera (Saturday), and El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico (Sunday). At the Hilton New York Hotel, 1335 Avenue of the Americas (at 53 Street, 3 Floor). For tickets or more information, click here.

September 4 (8:30pm and 11 pm) Bossa, Boleros, and Jazz. Multi-talented songstress and Queen of Bossa Nova from Rio, Leny Andrade, returns to NYC. Featuring Klaus Mueller (piano), Sergio Brandao (bass) and Helio Schiavo (percussion). Cost: $30 - $40. At Birdland, 315 West 44 Street (between 8 and 9 Avenues). For reservations and more information, click here or call 212-581-3080.

September 4 (11pm) Broadway Salsa. One of Latin music’s best dance bands, Orquesta Broadway, takes the stage. Includes free Latin dance lessons from 8pm – 10pm. No cover charge. Seating limited, reservations suggested. At the West Gate Lounge, 29 Route 59, Nyack, NY. For reservations or more information, click here or call 845-358-8100.

September 5 (8pm – 11 pm) Musica Mexicana. Banda Los Recoditos and Los Cadetes de Linares take the stage to perform regional Mexican music. Tickets: $30. At La Boom, 56-15 Northern Boulevard, Woodside. For tickets or more information, click here or call 718-726-6646.

September 5 (11am – 6pm) Brazilian Day Parade and Festival. Featuring festivities from various parts of Brazil, Brazilian bands, world-renowned artists and dancers, and much more! Parade takes place from 11am – 12pm and starts at 44 Street and 6th Avenue. Parade ends and festival begins at 46 Street and Madison Avenue. For more information, call 917-528-8151. For more information, click here and here.

September 5 (8pm) Official Brazil Day After Party.  An evening of music, dance, and excitement celebrating Brazilian Independence. Featuring the hottest Brazilian DJs in town: DJ Najib, Fabio Soul, and Pedro Ferrugem. Tickets: $25 in advance. At Touch, 240 West 52 Street. For tickets or more information, click here or call 212-868-9102.  

September 6 (7:30pm – 8:30pm) Sabrina Lastman Quartet. An innovative music project comes to the stage bringing together jazz, South American rhythms and contemporary music. Featuring Sabrina Lastman (vocals), Emilio Solla (piano), Pablo Aslán (double bass), and David Silliman (percussion). At Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette Street. For tickets or more information, click here  or call 212-967-7555.

September 7 (7 pm) Cuban Rhythms. Cuban sonero Chico Alvarez takes the stage at Honey Lounge alongside Sergio Rivera (piano), Mike Amitin (bass), Luis Manguan Jr. (tumbadoras),  Mike Collazo Jr. (timbales), Octavio Ponce (flute and saxophone). Cover: $10. At Honey Lounge, 243 West 14 Street (between 7 and 8 Avenues). For more information, click here or call 212-620-0222.

September 10 (5pm – 12am) After-Work Salsa Groove. After-Work Happy Hour includes a free salsa lesson at 7 pm. Admission: $10 - $15. At S.O.B’s, 204 Varick Street (At West Houston). For more information, click here  or call 212-243-4940.

September 11 (10 pm) Rock Caribeño. A grand party and concert that will feature four alternative Caribbean rock bands: Dulces Pesadillas (Dominican Republic), A.Y.I. (Dominican Republic), Luna Negra (Venezuela/Colombia), The Davis Wolf Project (Dominican Republic). Tickets: $10. At D’Antigua, 84-16 Northern Boulevard, Jackson Heights. For tickets or more information, click here or call 646-398-8641.

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