Carlos Henriquez is a New York Puerto Rican jazz bassist, composer and leader. As a teenager, he played for New York salsa legends like Tito Puente and Celia Cruz. Henriquez studied at Julliard under the old Tito Puente scholarship. Wynton Marsalis chose Carlos for his ensembles in 1998, right out of high school. Today Carlos holds the bass chair of the Jazz at Lincoln … [Read more...] about The Carlos Henriquez Nonet Plays Jazz at Dizzy’s Including New Year’s Eve
Dizzy's Club Archive
The Dizzy's Club Archive contains New York Latin Culture Magazine's feature coverage of Latin culture at Dizzy's Club in New York City since 2018.
Edmar Castaneda is a New York-based Colombian harpist who makes otherworldly Jazz based on the folk music of Colombia and Venezuela. Castaneda makes music of the angels. He is the Jimi Hendrix of the Andean harp. His emotional range would be exhausting if it wasn't so sweet. Castaneda switches gears naturally like he is driving through the mountain neighborhoods of his … [Read more...] about Edmar Castaneda to Celebrate “Family” Album Release
Dorantes is an award-winning Flamenco Jazz pianist and composer who blends Classical, Celtic, Brazilian and other World sounds with his own Spanish Romani essence. Dorantes is known as "the Paco de Lucía of the keys." His combination of influences makes his music Pop in a way. Dorantes' has Deep Romani Roots David Peña Dorantes was born in Lebrija, Spain, a small town … [Read more...] about Dorantes