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Latin Music U.S.A.

Saturday Panel at the Jazz Museum in Harlem

Latin Music U.S.A.
11:00am – 4:00pm

FREE and Open to the Public


Jazz Museum in Harlem

Visitor’s Center, Suite 2C, 2nd Floor

104 E. 126th St.

For more information call 212-348-8300

Hosted by Bobby Sanabria
11:00: Screening of Part 1

Noon: Q&A

1:00: Lunch

2:00: Screening of part 2


Musician and historian Bobby Sanabria hosts a screening and discussion of the first two chapters of the new PBS documentary along with the film’s producer Pamela Aguilar, director Dan McCabe, and legendary musician and composer, Ray Santos as discussion guests.

Latin Music USA is a film about American music. Fusions of Latin sounds with jazz, rock, country, rhythm and blues — music with deeper roots and broader reach than most people realize. It's a fresh take on our musical history, reaching across five decades and across musical genres to portray the rich mix of sounds created by Latinos and embraced by all. The four-hour documentary series premieres on October 12th (Episodes 1&2) and October 19th (Episodes 3&4) 2009, on PBS stations nationwide and on PBS.org/latinmusicusa. Produced by a team led by WGBH, in co-production with the BBC, Latin Music USA invites the audience into the vibrant musical conversation between Latinos and non-Latinos that has helped shape the history of popular music in the United States. Fittingly, the series launches in Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to recognize the contributions of Latinos to the United States and to celebrate Latino heritage and culture. The series features the stories of an extraordinary range of artists, including salsa great Willie Colón; the Latin-inflected sounds found in much of sixties rock and roll, from the Drifters to Motown to the Rolling Stones; jazz fused with Cuban rhythms from Mario Bauzá and Chano Pozo; the genius of Texas accordion player Flaco Jiménez; Carlos Santana; Linda Ronstadt; the legendary Chicano rock band Los Lobos; megastars Gloria and Emilio Estefan; Ricky Martin and Juanes; Miami rapper Pitbull; reggaetón performers Daddy Yankee and Tego Calderón; and Lin-Manuel Miranda from the Tony Award-winning musical In the Heights. The life experiences of these and many other unforgettable artists will reveal how Latinos have reinvented their music in the United States, while never losing sight of their own rich traditions.

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