Hostos Center Presents: Spanish Harlem Orchestra with Paquito D’Rivera and Hermán Olivera

Bronx, NY – The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture presents the three-time Grammy-Award winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra featuring Paquito D’Rivera and Hermán Olivera on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 8:00 pm (EDT) live and in-person at the Main Theater of Hostos Community College.

PERFORMING NEW MATERIAL FROM THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM IMÁGENES LATINAS

Saturday, May 14, 2022, at 8:00pm
Main Theater of Hostos Community College
450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451
Tickets: $35, $30, $25, $20 | PURCHASE TICKETS
BOX OFFICE & INFO: (718) 518-4455

Under the direction of pianist Oscar Hernández, the orchestra has set the gold standard for excellence in authentic – New York style – hard core salsa. They will perform new material from their upcoming album Imágenes Latinas – their eighth CD release due out on Ovation Records. Joining them are Paquito D’Rivera, whose artistry with the saxophone and clarinet defies boundaries spanning jazz and Latin Jazz, and Hermán Olivera, a master of the “sonero tradition, best known as the lead vocalist for the Eddie Palmieri Orchestra. They are on a mission to honor and keep the tradition of great Latin music, hard core Salsa and Latin Jazz alive, creating an unparalleled musical experience. Hosted by Joe Conzo, Sr., acclaimed Latin music historian and author of Mambo Diablo: My Journey with Tito Puente.

The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture is on the campus of Hostos Community College/CUNY at 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451. Tickets for Spanish Harlem Orchestra on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 8pm ($35, $30, $25; $20) can be purchased by calling the Hostos Center Box Office at 718-518-4455 (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm), or online at www.hostos.cuny.edu/culturearts. Box Office Window Hours are Mon-Fri, 1pm to 4pm and beginning at 6pm on the day of the concert.  Hostos Community College can be reached by the IRT 2, 4, 5 Trains and the Bronx Bx1, Bx2, Bx19 buses to 149th Street & Grand Concourse. By car, the College is off Exit 3 of the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87).

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Danilo Navas
Danilo Navas
Founder, Editor, Webmaster: Latin Jazz Network, World Music Report, Toronto Music Report. A passionate and committed communicator with a sensibility for the arts based in Toronto, Canada.

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