Salsa Y Son: A Journey through the Diaspora
With origins in Cuba and the Afro-Cuban movement, the music, dance, and culture of Salsa and Son have garnered wide-ranging and expansive communities throughout the world. This interactive conversation and demonstration will explore the music and dance of Son, the people—soneros—who make it possible, and what has been lost and gained through its migration into new contexts. Following the discussion, attendees will learn basic dance moves, and participate in an open dance with live musical accompaniment.
Venue: BRIC House
647 Fulton St, Brooklyn
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