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APAP SHOWCASE: Latin-American Voices of New York - Mariachi Flor De Toloache, Los Hacheros & Sweet Plantain

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Sunday, January 8, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)

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1/8 SUN 8PM Set (Doors @ 7PM)   more info Jan 8, 2017 $10.00 $1.80

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Doors Open at 7pm, Sweet Plantain 7:30pm, Los Hacheros 8:30pm, Mariachi Flor De Toloache 9:30pm

Hailing from Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and New York, Sweet Plantain, Flor De Toloache and Los Hacheros blend their heritage into musical styles uniquely their own.

Mariachi Flor De Toloache

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Mariachi Flor de Toloache is the first and only established all female mariachi band founded in New York city in 2008 by Mireya I. Ramos. Originally a trio, the band has grown to 13 members with all the essential and traditional instruments, violins, trumpets, guitarron (bass), vihuela (5 string guitar) and guitar. In addition, each members' cultural background adds even more diversity to their already unique sound and appearance as an all women band spanning the globe from Puerto Rico, to Mexico, Germany, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Colombia and the United States. Their goal of representing Mexican music and adding their own edgy and versatile sound comes together incredibly naturally and seamlessly. Although as individuals their talent has allowed them to grace stages world wide from stadiums to acclaimed theater venues, they perform together like a band of sisters, with grace and vibrant beauty casting a spell over their audiences like the legendary and magical Toloache flower that is still being used in Mexico as a love potion. Mariachi Flor de Toloache has performed for the Mexican Consulate, Queens Museum, El Museo del Barrio, high profile private events, the annual St Cecilia mariachi festival, annual Guadalupe festivities in dozens of churches, and recently a 5 week tour in Spain summer '11 and continues to perform in many more exciting and perserving the richness of the Mexican culture.

Los Hacheros

 

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Brooklyn’s Los Hacheros, modern-day torchbearers of the Golden Age of Latin music, recorded their sophomore album Bambulaye (February 26 / Chulo / Daptone Records) live to vintage analog tape, giving the music a raw, but warm and open sound similar to the Latin legends that have inspired them.

Their debut album Pilon was a well-received introduction to the band and received critical praise from tastemakers including Wax Poetics, Vibe Magazine, and The Washington City Paper, amongst others. Wax Poetics states, “The groove to this music is deep,” while The City Paper boasts, “…its solid arrangements and lively original songs have impressed old-school salseros and young music fans alike.”

Sweet Plantain

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Nobody bridges the gap between generations or musical genres like Sweet Plantain Quartet.

Artfully fusing the western classical traditions in which they were trained with the hip-hop, jazz improv, and Latin rhythms on which they were raised, their unique repertoire and live shows educate and entertain. Through original compositions and arrangements, and with their use of extended percussive techniques, Sweet Plantain awakens audiences to new possibilities in chamber music. Separately hailing from The Bronx, New Jersey, and Venezuela, together these musicians give voice to a sound that is contemporary, multicultural, and very New York.

Since 2007, Sweet Plantain's extensive touring has included performances throughout the United States, Europe, Russia, and the Caribbean, ranging from concerts in Russia's historic Tchaikovsky Concert Hall to gigs at NYC's famed Birdland jazz club.

Gifted educators, the group has also led master classes, educational concerts, and held teaching residencies at Berklee College of Music (Boston), the 92nd Street Y (Manhattan), Celia Cruz High School (the Bronx), the Sun Valley Center for the Arts (Idaho), Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival (Alaska), and at numerous other schools and cultural centers throughout the U.S.

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63 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014

Sunday, January 8, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)


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Live Music Nightly.
Limited Seating Available.
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$20 Minimum per Person per Set.
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