Welcome to Klave Latina
The Web Site of Latin jazz, Timba Cubana, Bolero, Son, Salsa Brava, Rumba Cubana,Tango,
Jazz, Flamenco,Nueva Trova, and everything in between. This page has been designed for people that enjoy Latin Music Alternative and
it was born with the idea to keep alive this kind of music to the new generations.
The name comes from a pretty
good radial program done back in the 90's by the great DJ. Gary Dominguez from Cali-Colombia (Taberna Latina) and the capital
letter "K" is a tribute to the groups Ketama from Spain and Klimax from Cuba. It is all about great music...hoping
our web page gives you an idea of how wonderful Latin music alternative is in this changeable world. If you love this
kind of music this is the place to contribute experiences, sadness, joy and hope, to share and post pictures, radio programs,
events, links and comments that Latin music give us every day, feel free to communicate with us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Thank you for visiting us and we hope you enjoy it...
Klave Latina "para gozar y vivir"
fun, meet new people and stay "en talla"
Klave Latina Team
THE BRONX MUSEUM of The Arts & DJ ASHO Present : First Fridays ! HAVANA
FILM FESTIVAL Featuring Live On Stage: MELVIS SANTA & The Ashedi Project from CUBA Featuring: ROMAN DIAZ ...FREE ADMISION...Friday
1 April 2016 - 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM - Address: 1040 Grand Concourse, BRONX NY Check It Out: ( I ) :
FREE ADMISSION !
Grammy Nominated Motema Artists to Unveil New Music at The Exit Zero Jazz Festival ,Cape May NJ On April 22 & 23
Sprint Exit Zero Jazz Festival -Ron Carter, Path Metheny & Lisa Fischer April 22 to April 24
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sharla Feldscher, SFPR - 215-627-0801
#101, cell 215-285-4868, email@example.com
Sarah Maiellano, Philly POPS - 215-546-3234, cell: 202-550-9913, firstname.lastname@example.org
SIX SOUTH JERSEY HIGH SCHOOL JAZZ BANDS ARE FINALISTS IN
POPS PRESENTS: ALL SOUTH JERSEY JAZZ FESTIVAL
Region Wide High School Jazz Band Competition
and May 23, 2016 Concert
Marlton, NJ (March 21, 2016) - Six Southern New Jersey high school jazz bands have
been selected as the finalists in the Philly POPS Presents: All South Jersey Jazz Festival - the high school jazz
band competition and concert - created by The Philly POPS and Your Music Matters Morning Show on WNJC 1360 and WWDB
860 Radio. The schools are Bishop Eustace High School, Pennsauken, NJ; Highland High School, Blackwood, NJ and Overbrook
High School, Pine Hill, NJ in Camden County, Shawnee High School, Medford, NJ representing Burlington County with two schools
in Gloucester County -- Deptford High School, Deptford, NJ and Washington Township High School, Sewell, NJ.
these schools will be awarded a Master Class by a Philly POPS musician and each school will be invited to perform in the All
South Jersey Jazz Festival concert. It will take place on Monday, May 23 at 7 p.m. at Investors Bank Performing
Arts Center, 519 Hurffville-Crosskeys Road, Sewell, NJ.
One of these schools will be named the Grand Prize Winner and
will perform two songs in a side-by-side concert with The Philly POPS BIG Band Combo at the event and will perform in The
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts lobby prior to a Philly POPS concert. The Philly POPS will provide two complementary
tickets for all band members in the winning ensemble to attend a POPS concert.
It's the public who will select the Grand
Prize winner by listening to the Your Music Matters program at WNJC 1360 and WWDB 860 during the 7 a.m. hour on
April 25, 27, 29, May 2, 4 and 6. Each school's submission will be played and voters should visit http://www.1360radio.com/ and click the link to the Facebook page -- All South Jersey Jazz Festival - to vote for their favorite high school jazz band. Voters can only vote once throughout the competition. They will vote
by clicking the "like" button on the post of their favorite band. The voting will end on May 6, 2016 at 5:00.
Philly POPS Presents: All South Jersey Jazz Festival was created in a new collaboration between The Philly POPS and
the Your Music Matters Morning Show on WNJC 1360 and WWDB 860 Radio to support music education in the schools. Frank
Giordano, President and CEO of The Philly POPS, a South Jersey resident, said recently, "There are so many high school
jazz bands throughout the Southern New Jersey area and they all deserve to be recognized. As schools continue to struggle
with music education budgets, we hope this program will encourage schools to maintain ongoing jazz education programs."
Paul Dilks, program director of Your Music Matters at WNJC 1360 and WWDB 860, is thrilled to have The Philly POPS
as a partner in this program. He explained, "I have always thought we needed to bring more attention to music programs
that focus on Jazz and pop music, and because The Philly POPS has taken such an interest in South Jersey, there is great excitement
in the schools and the community about the festival."
The Philly POPS, the largest standalone POPS
orchestra in the United States, has an outstanding POPS in Schools innovative arts in education program that t is
expanding to Southern New Jersey with this endeavor. The program is now in eleven schools in the School District of Philadelphia.
It is designed and developed around collaboration, professional development, deep lasting relationships, and extended in-school
work with administrators, teachers, and students. POPS in Schools focuses on interactivity, Master Classes with guest
artists and POPS musicians as well as performance opportunities and access to concerts and rehearsals.
For more information,
visit phillypops.org and http://www.1360radio.com/ or call Paul Dilks at 609-685-3736.
About The Philly POPS:
The Philly POPS, the largest standalone pops orchestra in the United States, delights audiences with the inspired
performance of American popular music. The POPS celebrates this distinctive musical heritage through an expanding repertoire
of innovative concert presentations and a robust set of educational and engagement initiatives.
Now in its 37th season,
the official POPS orchestra of Pennsylvania serves a consistently growing audience of over 100,000 annually. Music Director
Michael Krajewski and the 65-peice Philly POPS orchestra keeps listeners tapping their toes to an impressive repertoire of
songs from American traditions of music up through today's chart toppers.
Outside the concert hall, Salute
Series performances - including POPS on Independence on July 3 and the I'll Be Home for Christmas: A Salute to the
Military and First Responders - celebrate the American tradition of service around important national holidays; POPS
in Schools enhances music education for Philadelphia School District students; and POPS Outside brings POPS
music to local communities.
The Philly POPS performs as a founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing
Arts, and at venues throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sharla Feldscher, 215-285-4868, email@example.com
CAPE BANK JAZZ @ THE POINT
SOUTH JERSEY JAZZ SOCIETY
JAZZ SUPERSTARS OF ALL AGES FROM
FAR AND NEAR
PERFORM IN SOMERS POINT
MAY 12 to 15, 2016
Point, NJ (March 11, 2016) - The list of Jazz Superstars coming to Somers Point and Ocean City for the Cape Bank Jazz
@ the Point Festival reads like a global "who's who" of Jazz. Presented by the South Jersey Jazz Society (SJJS),
the festival will take place from May 12 to 15, 2016 at various locations in Somers Point and Ocean City. The impressive artist
line-up ranges from international talent to Jazz artists from NY and the local region. They include Chico Freeman
Plus+tet, George Cables Trio, Eddie Henderson, The Cookers, Donald Harrison, Benedetto Guitar Artists, Jimmy
Bruno, International stars -- Francesco Cafiso and Andreas Varady, John Beasley, The Atlantic City Jazz Band, Gina Roche and
There is something for everyone at the Cape Bank Jazz @ the Point Festival. From a tribute to "Keystone
Korner", the renowned Jazz Club from the West Coast scene, hosted by the legendary owner Todd Barkan, to a Big Band Salute
to Frank Sinatra by David O'Rourke and the O'Rourkestra All Star Band with singer Sachal Vasandani being held at the Music
Pier in Ocean City, the diverse range of music will bring extraordinary jazz artists to the shore for four days of incredible
The Festival Artistic Committee includes SJJS Artistic Director Joe Donofrio plus Michael
Pedicin and Ed Vezinho. Donofrio shared his enthusiasm about the positive response they have gotten from these artists. He
said, "I'm very proud of the talent we are bringing to this year's festival. Typically, our members and guests could
only see these artists in New York and beyond, not here at the shore. We know they are going to be thrilled with the quality
of this talent. In addition, there is so much diversity. We are bringing in younger, vibrant artists who are making a scene
internationally and more seasoned talent who have built wonderful reputations in Jazz."
An All Event
(10 performances in all) ticket will be only $85 if purchased prior to May 11. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-927-6677.
This event is sponsored by Cape Bank, Shore Medical Center, Just 4 Wheels,
Walt's Original Primo Pizza, Richard Stockton University, Josh Cellars, Benedetto Guitars, Godfrey's Funeral Home, Miner Wines,
WRTQ, Warsteiner The Borgata Heart and Soul Foundation, and the Ocean City Free Public Library
information, please visit http://www.southjerseyjazz.org/.
Past Events/Eventos Pasados
Queens Collectors Festival
"22nd Festival de La Familia Hispana" en Springdale,Holyoke,MA July 19 2008
"Salsa Night" in Flemington,NJ July 18/2008