March 6, 2019 in THE BRONX – FREE Carnegie Hall Citywide! Passionately devoted to music by living composers, Mantra is “forward thinking” (Time Out NY) and “a fresh source of energy” (New York Times). Limited Seating, Free Concert, RESERVE TODAY!
March 10, 2019 in THE BRONX – FREE Bronx Piano Sundays! Touring star Edsel Gómez fuses jazz, Latin, and Brazilian music with unique personality and musical voice. Limited Seating, Free Concert, RESERVE TODAY!
March 16, 2019 in THE BRONX – Yosvany Terry, the formidable master of Afro-Cuban Jazz, in quintet lineup featuring Osmany Paredes on piano, Yunior Terry on bass, Obed Calvaire on drums, and Mauricio Herrera on percussion. Serving a generous heap of tradition and innovation!
March 17, 2019 in THE BRONX – FREE Bronx Piano Sundays! Modern keyboard master and Grammy nominee Manuel Valera is deeply influenced by the experiments of Cuban artists from the 70s and 80s. Limited Seating, Free Concert, RESERVE TODAY!
March 23, 2019 in THE BRONX – Directly from Holland: South Bronx Meets South Rotterdam! Home-grown talent from either side of the Atlantic in an evening of global jazz blues fusion with plenty of soul!
March 24, 2019 in THE BRONX – FREE Bronx Piano Sundays! Conservatory-trained Dutch artist and The Voice Holland finalist Neda Boin crafts new songs of uplift and affirmation. Limited Seating, Free Concert, RESERVE TODAY!
March 30, 2019 in THE BRONX – Sizzle, corta-venas and pure joy from NY’s first and only all-women Mariachi band! Expect selections from their Latin Grammy-winning record LAS CARAS LINDAS and new surprises!
By ARNALDO J. LÓPEZ – One year after Hurricane María and following its successful Relief Drive for Artists in Puerto Rico, Pregones/PRTT announces MásPorPuertoRico, a new multi-platform initiative to support the ongoing recovery of the arts community on the island. With leadership and contributions by all of its ensemble artists and staff, the initiative harbors a mix of multi-discipline…
November 1-18 in MANHATTAN – Stories of resistance and resilience from brazen feminist and working-class perspectives — brimming with heart and laugh out loud humor! First NYC performances in five years!
November 4 in THE BRONX – Three extraordinary dance companies, one unforgettable afternoon! Bombazo Dance Company, Chief Joseph Chatoyer Garífuna Dance, and Harambee African Dance join forces for a dynamic celebration of dance and tradition from three cultures of the great African diaspora.