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The ‘Music-Latin’ Category

Timna & Dario Duo (Brazil/Argentina), Wed Nov 22

October 25th, 2017
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Wednesday November 22, 2017, 8 pm, $10. Timna & Dario Duo (Timna Comedi and Darío Acosta Teich). Opening set by Euphonic.
A beautiful Brazilian voice and  Argentinian guitar come together in exquisite arrangements that combine tropical rhythms with jazzy harmonies and a touch of contemporary music. After launching their album Tabula Rasa in 2015, Timna & Dario presented it in Argentina, Brazil, Spain, France, Belgium, England, Netherlands, Israel and Palestine. Currently they are finishing their second CD called Tipo um Album, featuring songs by Chico Buarque.
“Her voice shines expressive, like fresh spring water. His guitar is clever, eloquent. A music and talent hug” (“La Gaceta” Newspaper)
Euphonic is an eclectic trio of instrumentalists: Bob Wegner on guitar, Vince Waters on drums and Geoff Ball on cello perform original songs influenced by classical, spanish, folk, ragtime and jazz.

Event, Music-Latin, Music-World

Latin Music and Poetry peña with Marcelo Puente, Thurs Nov 9

October 16th, 2017
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Thursday November 9, 2017, at 8 pm, $10. Join us for a special evening: a Latin Peña Trova y Poesia,
with artists: Ama Luna, Edgardo Moreno, Fito Molina, Lil America, Marcelo Puente, Nancy Reyes, Constanza Durán and a guest youth poet.

From Wally Brooker’s Music Notes Newsletter: “Marcelo Puente [is] one of the outstanding exponents of the “nueva cancion” tradition in this (or any) country. Marcelo Puente came to Toronto in the aftermath of the coup in Chile in 1973, bringing his songs and poetry. In the late seventies he co-founded the popular Chilean-Greek band Los Compañeros, a group of anti-fascist exiles who discovered a common musical language.” For more info:

Event, Literary, Spoken Word, Music-folk, Music-Latin

Latin American Peña w. Rosy Cervantes, Fri Oct 13

September 12th, 2017
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Friday October 13, 2017, at 8 pm. $10. A Latin American Peña, an evening of music and poetry. Returning as the featured performer is Rosy Cervantes, lead singer of the band La Sana Rabia. Born in Cuernavaca, Rosy has an extensive career in Mexico where she founded La Sana Rabia in 2002, performing in blues festivals, tv shows and major venues all over the country. Her CD Lo blanco y lo negro (The dark and the light) shows her talents as a blues singer and songwriter. Accompanying Rosy is Richard Fouchaux, guitar, and Edgar Alejandro López Aguilar, violin.

Event, Music-Latin, Music-World

Grito de Mujer, a night of poetry and music, Sat Mar 11

February 3rd, 2017
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Saturday March 11, 2017, at 8 pm, free. Grito de Mujer (Woman Scream) is a night of music and poetry that is part of the Woman Scream International Poetry Festival celebrated in March of each year. The night is dedicated to raising awareness about violence against women and girls. There will be poetry and music. The poets include: Amaluna, Constanza Duran, Angie C., Edith Chávez, Klyde Broox, Kelsey Knight, Violeta San Juan, Tania Pineda.
Musicians include: Lil America, Nancy Reyes, Rowena Chow, Marcelo Puente, Fito Molina.
For more info about the international festival:

Event, Literary, Spoken Word, Music, Music-Latin, Special event

Santerías, Latin fusion band, Sat Feb 25, 2017

January 6th, 2017
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Saturday February 25, 2017, at 8 pm, $15 regular, $10 students. Reserve 905-543-8512 or  BUY_tix_buttonBook online
Warm up with Santerías, a Latin fusion band from Toronto. “Santerias is happy to bring their original sound of Rumba Funk to Hamilton for the first time and is looking forward to make Sat. Feb. 25th the hottest day of winter!”
Vocalist Ana Lía Arias Garrido was born and raised in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Guitarist Juan Dino Toledo, a composer and a founding member of Santerías, is from Chile. Oriana Barbato is a versatile bassist, composer and a founding member of Santerías. Drummer Randolf Jiménez is a versatile and successful Venezuelan musician.

Event, Music-Latin

Latin music: Fito Molina and Jorge Gavidia, Thurs July 7

June 3rd, 2016
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fito_molina_3_cJorge_Gavidia_cThursday July 7, 2016, 8 pm, $10. Fito Molina and Jorge Gavidia are two Latino musicians who fuse the traditional folk sounds of Latin America with the Afro-Caribbean heritage and some hints of jazz. Together they bring a repertoire that will take you on a journey through the different regions of this big continent.
Fito Molina started his career as a musician in his native El Salvador. He was a member of Cayaguanca, a band that focused on Central American traditional music and which performed throughout Costa Rica and Panama. In Canada, he plays with several Latin American bands and is also known as a songwriter whose lyrics speak of social issues and personal experiences.
Jorge Gavidia is a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, tres, mandolin, piano and upright bass), performer, teacher and composer who specializes in jazz and Latin music. He has played in many different bands in genres including jazz, Latin, rock, folk, blues, hip hop and electronic music. He is currently living in Toronto and is active as a guitar and theory teacher. He also performs on the guitar and cuban tres in his own jazz quartet, is the leader of the band Storyville Project, and is also part of a duo with vocalist Sarah Begin.

Event, Music, Music-Jazz, Music-Latin