First Latin Free Jazz Festival Coming to NYC Nov. 21-22

"Latin Music Outside the Lines" including Michele Rosewoman, Ivo Perelman

An event called “The First Latin Free Jazz Festival” will take place Nov. 21-22 at Teatro LaTea/Clemento Soto Velez in New York City. Presented by Arts for Art, the music presented is being described as “Latin Music Outside the Lines.” The address is 107 Suffolk Street. Tickets cost $22 per night, $17 for students and seniors or $40 for a two-day pass. The schedule is as follows:

Ivo Perelman
Michele Rosewoman

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Thursday, November 21:

7:30 Juan Quinonez Prize of Freedom Quartet
Juan Quinonez - guitar
William Parker - bass
JoJo Smith - congas
Kevin Atkins - drums

8:45 Ivo Perelman Trio
Ivo Perelman - alto sax
Joe Morris - electric bass
Mike Pride - drums

10:00 Román Filiú "Cuartería""
Román Filiú - alto sax
Sam Harris - piano
Matthew Brewer - bass
Craig Weinrib - drums
Yusnier Sanchez - percussion

Friday, November 22:

7:30 Abraham Gomez Delgado / Taylor Ho Bynum
Abraham Gomez Delgado - percussion
Taylor Ho Bynum - cornet

8:45 Angelica Sanchez / Omar Tamez
Angelica Sanchez - piano
Omar Tamez - guitar

10:00 Rosewoman's New Yor-Uba Small Ensemble
Michele Rosewoman - piano, vocals
Gregg August - bass
Adam Cruz - drums
Roman Diaz - bata, congas, vocals
Abraham Rodriguez - bata, congas, vocals
Nicky Laboy - bata, congas, vocals

For more information, visit Arts for Art.

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