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QWOC+ Boston Hosts a Summer Same-Sex (Queer) Salsa Soiree at Villa Victoria

Posted By QWOC+ Boston on July 7th, 2010

This is a first time super-collaboration between Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, Berklee Community Outreach, Queer Women of Color and Friends, and Men of Color Creating Change — all envelope-pushing organizations doing great work for our intersecting communities and the arts.

Please watch the video (and read) below for more details. We hope to see you next week!

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South End Summer LGBTQ+ Salsa Dance Lesson – 1st Annual
THURSDAY JULY 15
O’ Day Park, 85 West Newton Street, Boston, MA

5:30 PM Check-In and Refreshments
5:45 – 6:45 PM FREE dance lesson
7:00 PM Concert

Put some spice into your step with a QUEER community hosted salsa dance lesson followed by LIVE Salsa at the Tito Puente Latin Music Series, July 15, at O’Day Park, 85 W. Newton St, Boston’s South End. We’ll have a limited open bar inside of Villa Victoria Center for the Arts for those beautiful people that join us for the class from 5:30PM to 7PM. Check-in for the salsa a lesson is 5:30 p.m. and the lesson starts at 6:00. Live music begins at 7:00 with Son de Madre, with members from Cuba, Argentina, Israel, and the United States. The band’s international flavor is a blend of Cuban music (son, mambo, bolero, timba) infused with jazz, funk, and Brazilian influences. Son de Madre and its members have performed or recorded with artists such as Celia Cruz, Paquito D’Rivera, Victor Manuel, and La India.

Presented by Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, Berklee College of Music, Queer Women of Color (QWOC+) and Men of Color Creating Change (MOCCC).

Preceding the 2nd show of the 2010 Tito Puente LATIN MUSIC SERIES
Six FREE concerts in Jamaica Plain, the South End, East Boston and City Hall Plaza

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (617) 927-1707

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Primera Clase Anual de Salsa por y para la comunidad “Queer” (LGBTQ+) en el South End
JUEVES 15 DE JULIO
O’Day Park 85 W. Newton St., Boston, MA

5:30 PM Registración
5:45 – 6:45 PM Clase Gratis
7:00 PM Concierto

Dale gusto a tu paso con una clase de salsa presentada por la comunidad “Queer” (LGBTQ+) seguida por música en vivo en el Tito Puente Latin Music Series el 15 de julio en O’Day Park, 85 W. Newton St. en el South End de Boston. Tendremos una barra abierta (limitada) para los hermosos participantes dentro de Villa Victoria Center for the Arts de 5:30 hasta las 7pm. Regístrate a las 5:30 y la clase empieza a las 6pm. Son de Madre, con sus miembros de Cuba, Argentina, Israel y EEUU, empezarán a tocar a las 7. El sabor internacional es una mezcla de música Cubana (son, mambo, bolero, y timba) mezclada con jazz, funk, e influencias Brasileñas. Los músicos en Son de Madre han tocado y trabajado con variados artistas incluyendo a Celia Cruz, Paquito D’Rivera, Victor Manuel, y La India.

Presentado por Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, Berklee College of Music, Queer Women of Color (QWOC), y Men of Color Creating Change (MOCCC)

Antes del 2do concierto del
2010 Tito Puente Latin Music Series
Seis concierto GRATIS en Jamaica Plain, South End, East Boston y City Hall Plaza

PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN LLÁMA AL (617) 927-1707

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