With their potent blend of dance-floor friendly salsa and high-energy showmanship, Cafe Cubano evoke the spirit of the legendary dance clubs of Havana. Beginners salsa class with, usually with Ana Machado or Miko Sobreira. DJ Billy Bryans fills the gaps… At Lula Lounge, donde si no?.
A live music and dance class with Cuban musician Roberto Linares Brown and dance instructor Vladimir Aranda. Part of Harbourfront’s KUUMBA festival.
Heat up your weekend with this great opportunity to get a taste of the Cuban rhythm with two of the best artists in Toronto.
Harbourfront, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay, Brigantine Room
Sat And Sun Feb 6 & 7 Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Free admission. Click for more information
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Award winning trova/fusion singer Kelvis Ochoa joins salsa/pop star Leoni Torres and Havana’s #1 reggaeton crew, Los Salvajes for a special Valentine?s Day presentation of the most popular Cuban music artists on the scene today.
Saturday February 6th 2010 at Six Degrees Nightclub, 2335 Yonge Street ,Toronto
Yonge@Eglinton Subway Station. www.sixdegreesthevenue.com
Doors open 8:30, Showtime 10:00 pm.
Advance tickets tickets $35.00 Available on-line at www.torontohispano.com.
Price at the door $40.00
Also available in Latin Stores.
Havanarte Productions presents three number one acts from Havana’s diverse music scene in a three hour show that travels from salsa to pop romantica, from trova to reggaeton.
Says a Havanarte spokesperson: “All of these artists sell out clubs and concert halls in Cuba on a regular basis. We have brought them all up together to present this fantastic evening of Cuban music for the Toronto audience at almost the same price that it would cost to see any one of them on their own”. For more info click:
Joseph hosts this, and says:
Do you want actually dance CASINO, and not LA or NY styles, in your ruedas? Me too.
Anyone want to meet regulary to do some casino rueda, Cuban style?
I am not a professional or dance instructor. You teach me what you know and I teach you what I know. The important thing is to keep dancing.
As it turns out, we are meeting every Saturday downtown, 12-3 PM in a central downtown location. And alternate Thursdays, about 8-10 pm, same location. Find out more details by emailing: joseph kim <email@example.com>. There is no FINANCIAL cost… but you WILL be required to sweat… dancing with “vigah”… to 100% Cuban timba music. Join the mailing list via Facebook to be updated on last minute changes.
Click here to see a team performance we put on at the recent Pupy show.
At AfroLatino Dance Company… 585 Yonge St near Wellesley in Toronto.
7PM to 9PM Saturdays.
Your opportunity to practice your salsa in a relaxed environment specially geared towards students. Take advantage of these sessions of non-stop music, where you can practice your moves with other students, friends, and the instructors.
While it is not a class in the sense that no new moves will be taught, you can still receive some amount of feedback from the instructors should you wish so.
Cost: $5 per person. Check out the full slate of Cuban style dance lessons at AfroLatino !
Evaristo’s performance has him returning to his roots on solo guitar, showcasing his unique skill in interpreting the Cuban ‘Feelings’ movement, as well as Nueva Trova, Bossa Nova, Latin Jazz, traditional Cuban Son, and his own original songs. Come out and enjoy contemporary Cuban cuisine with live Latin music.
Showtime 8:30PM to midnight, $5 cover at Mambo Lounge.
120 Danforth Ave Toronto near Broadview. 416-778-7004.