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The Bronx Arts Ensemble celebrated the music and career of its good friend and collaborator Paquito D’Rivera with a concert featuring a kaleidoscope of the rhythms and moods of Latin American music

Paquito D’Rivera Concert For BAE Students

(l-r) Concert performers and BAE board members David Nussbaum; Kristine Rivera; pianist Pablo Zinger; Barbara Rosenthal; Grammy Award winning clarinet and saxophone player Paquito D’Rivera; singer Brenda Feliciano; Ellen Pollan; Marilyn Kushich; Judith Insell and Maggie Krupka.
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The Bronx Arts Ensemble celebrated the music and career of its good friends and collaborator Paquito D’Rivera on Sunday, January 28 at a Latin American music benefit concert.

D’Rivera was joined by his longtime collaborators Brenda Feliciano and Pablo Zinger for an afternoon concert featuring 19th century Cuban danzas; Brazilian chorinhos; pieces by D’Rivera based on the rhythms of Venezuela; songs by Puerto Rican composer Jack Délano and Spanish-Catalán composer Xavier Montsalvatge and Adiós Nonino, one of Nuevo Tango master Astor Piazzolla’s most beloved works.

Posted 12:00 am, February 3, 2018
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