LATINO ARTISTS AT LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
 First performance in 40 years of Larry Harlow’s landmark Hommy: A Latin Opera at Damrosch Park – July 23
 Michael Stuart y Su Tremendo, Puerto Rico’s salsa and stage star – July 23
 U.S. Debut of A Batalha do Passinho, pioneering Brazilian baile funk/street dance, presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest; multiple events, including family workshop and film screening – July 22, 24 and 26
 Daylong collaboration with globalFEST featuring performances by BaianaSystem, Pupy y Los Que Son Son, M.A.K.U. Soundsystem, Banda de los Muertos – July 27
 World Premiere collaboration by José González with yMusic – July 31
 La Casita, music and spoken word performances dedicated to Amiri Baraka, to include performances by Acardenchados, Ulali’s Soni Moreno, flamenco from Sonia Olla & Ismael de la Rosa, the Afro-Brazilian sounds of Ologundê, and salsa dura “con conscencia” by Orquesta SCC (formerly La Excelencia) – August 2 at Lincoln Center, August 3 at Teatro Pregones, Bronx
 Tribute to Pete “El Conde” Rodriguez co-presented with the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, celebrating Fania Records’ 50th anniversary with The Cita Rodriguez Orchestra and Pete Rodriguez with Tito Allen, Herman Olivera, Karen Joseph, Willie Torres, Eddie Montalvo, Ray Martinez, and the Alma Moyo Drummers with special guest star Johnny Pacheco – August 3
Lincoln Center Out of Doors, which runs from July 20 to August 10, 2014 will feature over 100 free performances across the plazas of Lincoln Center, including noted Latino artists, from the U.S. and abroad. Detailed descriptions of those performances follow.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE; no tickets required. Events take place on the plazas of Lincoln Center.
Visit LCOutOfDoors.org  for complete schedule or call 212-875-5766 to request a brochure.