The Blue Note Jazz Festival 2023 brings jazz, Latin, soul, hip-hop, R&B and funk to the Blue Note, Sony Hall, The Town Hall, Beacon Theatre, Hammerstein Ballroom, SummerStage and BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn; from May 31 - July 2, 2023. This is one of New York City's big jazz festivals. It's not just about straight-ahead jazz. Jazz, like most American popular music derives … [Read more...] about Blue Note Jazz Festival 2023 Brings Latin Jazz Legends to NYC
The Town Hall Archive
The Town Hall Archive contains New York Latin Culture Magazine's feature coverage of Latin culture at The Town Hall in Manhattan's Midtown Business District.
Daymé Arocena is a Cuban singer, composer and bandleader who makes the sweetest Latin jazz from her rumba roots and classical music education. Robin Denselow of "The Guardian" (a global English newspaper) called her "Cuba's finest young female singer." Arocena really is that. She is one of the first female voices you think of in Cuban jazz today and she is still … [Read more...] about Daymé Arocena Joins Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra in a Dizzy, Chano and Chico Tribute at The Town Hall
Jorge Drexler is a Jewish Uruguayan, Academy Award ("El Otro Lado del Rio") and Latin Grammy Award-winning , singer-songwriter. That's a mouthful, but Drexler has a lot to say. After the Chilean Nobel-prize winner Pablo Neruda, Jorge Drexler is our favorite poet in Spanish. Both write of the inner life with the richest metaphors. Jorge Drexler in New York City The … [Read more...] about Jorge Drexler, the Philosopher King of Latin Pop, Plays The Town Hall
Farruquito dances Spanish flamenco at The Town Hall in Midtown, Manhattan on Friday, February 22, 2019 at 8pm. From $52 Farruquito In traditional practice, flamenco is family and Farruquito is from a great flamenco family. He is the grandson of El Farruco (1935-1997) one of the great dancers in flamenco history. El Farruco was himself the grandson of guitarist Ramon Montoya … [Read more...] about Farruquito
Ana Moura is a Portuguese Fado singer. She flirts with both traditional Fado and crossover collaborations. She has gained some attention from Pop artists such as The Rolling Stones, Prince, and others. Moura was born in Santarém, Portugal in 1979. She started out singing at Fado nightclubs in Lisbon. Appearances on television helped build her audience. Moura sang with the … [Read more...] about Ana Moura sings Portuguese Fado at The Town Hall
The Town Hall in Manhattan is a historic venue for historic events. Calpulli Mexican Dance Company getting booked into The Town Hall is a major milestone for NYC's Mexican community. Calpulli Mexican Dance Company Día de los Muertos The sentiment, color, and spirit of the native Mexican tradition comes to life in Calpulli Mexican Dance Company's Dia de los Muertos, under the … [Read more...] about Calpulli “Día de los Muertos”