Saturday, November 14, 2009

Los Pleneros de La 21 - 25 Years

Los Pleneros de la 21 in partnership with the Hostos Center for Arts & Culture Celebrate 25 Years of Bomba & Plena…Para Todos Ustedes!

Saturday, November 21st 2009 with a Commemorative Concert 7:30 pm Main Theater (Hostos Community College/CUNY)

A 2 hour explosive Musical Journey honoring 25 years of LP21 with an ALL STAR MUSICAL LINE-UP FEATURING LP21’s intergenerational Ensemble of master artists & VERY SPECIAL GUESTS:

• Miguel “Meñique” Barcasnegras (El Sonero Añejo) • • Héctor “Tito” Matos (Viento de Agua) • • Elio villafranca (Piano) • • Hector "tito" Rodriguez • • IVAN RENTA •

Admission: $15 Box office & info: 718-518-4455 Tickets online: ~ Followed by ~ Silver Anniversary Post-Concert Reception 9:30 pm – 11:30 pm Hostos Community College/CUNY 2nd Floor Bridge 450 Grand Concourse (at 149th Street) The Bronx

$15.00 General Admission (includes food, drink and entertainment) Purchase online today at: - OR - RSVP by Wednesday, November 18th 2009 212-427-5221, THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL SILENT AUCTION OF LP21 ARCHIVE & HISTORICAL MATERIALS, PRICELESS SERVICES AND OTHER GOODIES! All proceeds will support the Puerto Rican Music Project and LP21’s programming for LP21’s next 25 years!

Directions 2, 4, 5 trains to 149th Street and Grand Concourse

A Special Thank You to all of our Donors & Volunteers: • Wallace & Nydia Edgecombe • Roberta Singer • Francis Acevedo •Manuela Arciniegas • Milagros Gerena-Rochet • Ravil López • Nilsa Márquez • • Antonia Morales • Leticia Peguero • Nelson Ramos • Sylvia Ramos Ortíz • Luz Rivera • • Los Pleneros de la 21 • • Members of the Bomba & Plena Community Workshops

• For More Information: Julia L. Gutiérrez-Rivera 212.427.5221 LOS PLENEROS DE LA 21 Uniting Community Building and Cultural Equity through Music for over 25 years! 1680 Lexington Avenue, Room 209 El Barrio, NYC 10029 t. 212.427.5221 f. 212.427.5339 Friend us on Facebook today! LP21's 25th Anniversary Concert is made possible in part by support from the New York State Council on the Arts, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, The National Endowment on the Arts and the Offices of NYC Council Member Melissa Mark Viverito, District 8.

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