Today, December 4th, 2020, at 12 pm, Council Member Ydanis Rodríguez
in coordination with the Dominican Commission of Culture in the United States held a street co-naming ceremony.Continue reading
The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute is pleased to present Celebrating Sacred to Secular: The Writings of Dr. Marta Moreno-Vega
a program exploring the African roots of the popular Latin music of the famed Palladium Era.
In 1974, during the heyday of New York City's salsa explosion, the Fania All-Stars, a group that brought together several of the Fania record label's most popular artists, were invited to perform in front of 80,000 people at a stadium in Zaire, Africa. Continue reading
In celebration of their 15-year anniversary, 2x GRAMMY® Award winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra
is proud to announce the release of their aptly titled sixth album Anniversary due out on April 16th, 2018, on ArtistShare.Continue reading
In “El Barrio,” the building was built in 1914 as it's listed in the 1926 Film Daily
Year Book the Eagle Theatre, with 600 seats at 1852 Third Avenue in Spanish Harlem, NY.
Celebrated Cuban-born singer La Lupe, whose infectious sound helped lay the foundation for Latin music in America, will be honored during a tribute at Aaron Davis Hall on Friday, June 9, 2017, at 7:30 p.m EST. Continue reading
History Teacher Shawana Kemp – aka singer/songwriter "Shine" of Shine & The Moonbeams (a Sugar Hill Museum favorite!) – leads this new musical program adapting historic and culturally relevant tales.Continue reading