What to expect:
On the trail of traditional Son Cubano to Salsa music from the Bronx.
Chan Chan, El Cuarto de Tula, Silencio, Tres gotas de agua Bendita, Tributo Celia Cruz u. a.
It was in the Bronx of 1960s New York
It was in the Bronx of 1960s New York that Caribbean immigrants first blended their traditional music with the sound of the New World. The legendary Johnny Pacheco from the Dominican Republic coined the term salsa, and this “sauce” consisting of a mix of hot rhythms and styles of Latin-American music was a worldwide success. With his band and classical strings, Ismael Barrios guarantees us a hot and spicy night.
The performance lasts 60-70 minutes without an interval.
Prices: EUR 22 / 44 / 66