Luis Chaluisan Balboa Nights Monday April 20, 2015 Centro Comunal, Barrio Trastalleres Calle Caracas 00682 Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

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Balboa Nights Monday April 20, 2015
Centro Comunal, Barrio Trastalleres
Calle Caracas 00682 Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
(Cerca De Colegio Agricultura-Artes Mecanicas Mayaguez P.R.)
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Recognition and Performance

Sociedad Autentica De Coleccionistas Musica Popular Oeste De P.R.
Hosted by: Junior Cancel, Efrain Bayron Barbosa

Featuring El Extreme Luis Chaluisan,

Eric Ayala , Linda Maria Rodriguez Guglielmoni

Invited guest performers

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ROCKER ROLLER RICAN
Directed by: Maria Hernandez WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater
Produced by: Mike Tapp MNN Time Warner Cable
Associate Producer: Ronald Chaluisan Batlle
Featuring: L.f. Chaluisan Batlle plus
Film Directed by: John Coles Talking Wall Pictures 1975
Film Directed by: Tony Ortiz Top Productions NYC 1984
Off Broadway Scenes Directed By: Petronia Paley 2002
Set Design by: Albert Chaluisan
ROCKER ROLLER RICAN Original Soundtrack Performed by:
La Gran Orquesta El Extreme
Ray Stingray Sabater: Percussion
Brian Tully: Bass
Steve Gifford: Drums
John Caplis: Guitar
Will Zwink: Alto Sax
Mark Giammetei: Guitar
Paul Decoster: Guitar
Fred Waite: Trumpet
Kevin Hendrick: Trumpet
Phil Berg
Plus:
Guest Appearances by:
Tito Puente
La Lupe
David Amram
Nydia Ocasio
Pedro Pietri
Bimbo Rivas
Sissy Gamache
Guy Le Charles Gonzalez
The Fania All-Stars
Rocker Roller Rican – A Nuyorican Adventure
“It is an edgy take on a unique slice of Latino culture, presented with a very personal perspective.”
Tom Zapiecki Production Manager at WBGU-TV
“Measured yet expressive, delivered with a weight and authority”
Toledo Blade community news WBGU-FM
“Among all the cookie cutters I’ve worked with over the years, Luis Chaluisan is truly unique.”
Gerry Brooks Anchor news at 6, and 11 p.m WVIT-NBC CT.
“It’s all the things that Luis Chaluisan is: infectious, deep, passionate, life-loving, beyond brilliant.”
Gary Lee Washington Post
Being Submitted To:
International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival Rincon International Film Festival Bogotá Short Film Festival / Festival de Cortos de Bogotá -…(WORLDWIDE SALSA EXPLOSION) Sundance Film Festival Tribeca Film Festival
Critical Reviews of Luis Chaluisan’s Work:
“Let the man talk to you for a half hour about his life and he’ll make Jack Kerouac look like Emily Dickinson.” Adam Klasfeld – Theater Mania
“Luis Chaluisan is a born storyteller. His gift for capturing the heart and soul of each character he portrays is not only convincing, but also inspiring. The show is full of humor, insight, poetry, and Puerto Rican pride. Chaluisan’s smooth-talking narrator introduces the various vignettes with articulate wit and wisdom. One is a heartfelt homage to the original poets of the Nuyorican venue. His unique voice as a writer clearly displays his poetic influences”
Elias Stimac – Backstage
“In an era when spoken-word poetry has carved out a niche in slam competitions and even on HBO’s Def Poetry, Chaluisan’s work is old- school – often as literate as it is lyrical, stuffed with images drawn from New York City life. Clem Richardson, NY Daily News –NY Daily News”
Clem Richardson – NY Daily News
“An exceptional surprise. Juan Moreno, Diario La Prensa –Diario La Prensa”
Juan Moreno – Diario La Prensa
“El Extreme was the most innovative combo that I heard cranking out a compelling blast of pure fun that smashed the barrier between funk, rap, jazz and blues. They call their music “Psychotic Latin Blues,” and that’s exactly what tey sounded like- a great big Captain Beefheart-meets Sun Ra in Puerto Rico Jam. EDITOR & PUBLISHER Stephen Leon Metroland Albany NY”
Stephen Leon – Metroland
“Poet Performer recognized for groundbreaking work. Performing since the 1970’s Chaluisan, a Wakefield resident, says he is honored by the recent recognition of his work … but says “My goal has been to develop the art form and bring it to people who generally don’t see it.”” Noah Fowle – BX TIMES
“I think Spic Chic is strong stuff, right in the Nuyorican tradition. Poems and then stories back into poems that are often emotionally moving. A self exploration in a non-chronological history consistent in language and point of view, it is clearly a highly personalized work that is successful in the Nuyorican free-style genre and successful in the broader sense as well. David Henderson, author, ‘Scuse Me While I Kiss The Sky: Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child”
David Henderson – Steve Cannon’s A Gathering Of The Tribes Reviews
“Luis Chaluisan you have done so much for salsa music keeping it in the eyes and ears of so many. Your poems, music reviews and general news reach the masses and you shed light on the new, when people thought it was lost.” Jose Vazquez-Cofresi – Orquesta SCC
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The Life and Loves of Lola Magdalena – Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine roughrican – Spic Chic excerpt

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The Life and Loves of Lola Magdalena – Luis Chaluisan

Salsa Magazine roughrican – Spic Chic excerpt 

Salsa Hip Hop B Boy Face Off a la Boogie Man from Luis Chaluisan WEPAwebTV on Vimeo.

Salsa Magazine Special Series “Integrity 2015”: Millie Puente – Luis Chaluisan

Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine Millie Puente

Salsa Magazine Special Series “Integrity 2015”: Millie Puente no puede separarse de la música. Cantar y tocar las congas son parte fundamental en su vida y de la herencia puertorriqueña de sus padres: “Yo creo que en Puerto Rico cantan hasta los perros”, dijo Puente, quien nació en Nueva York hace 48 veranos, pero ahora reside en Tampa. Con dos décadas de carrera musical, ha ofrecido conciertos por todo el mundo: Francia, Alemania, Chile, Colombia, Venezuela, China, Japón e Israel, entre otros países. Y ha compartido escenario con Rubén Blades, Celia Cruz y Oscar D’León, entre otros. Conoce a Millie P y todos sus aventuras y giras a través de todo el mundo. Todo para la honra y gloria de Dios. 


Millie Puente is inseparable from her music. Singing and playing the congas is a fundamental part of her life coming from a Puerto Rican heritage. Millie Puente, was born in Broxn New York and resides presently in Tampa Florida. Virgen Milagros is her legal name, although her mothers name is also Milagros but her mother decided to call her “Millie”. Known in music as Millie Puente. She worked for a long time with her uncle, Tito Puente who died in 2000 and he was called the “King of the Timbales”. In 1990 Millie Puente recorded her first album called Tito Puente Presents Millie P. and was nominated Best Album and Best Tropical Music in the American Grammy awards. Tito felt very proud that he was the Producer and Musical Director of Millie Puente first album Millie’s talent was there since child hood. She developed her percussion playing alongside musicians especially next to the great legendary Tito Puente who was her teacher Millie Puente traveled and performed all over the world: France, Germany, Chile, Colombia, Honduras, Guatemala, Peru, Spana, Venezuela, China, Japan, and Israel Canada, los Angeles, among other countries. She shared the stage with Ruben Blades, Celia Cruz, Oscar D’Leon, Santitos Colon, Cheo Feliciano, Jose Alberto El Canario, Orquesta La Luz, Poncho Sanchez Sheli E Pete Escobido Tito Nieves, Ismael Miranda, Mongo Santamaria Sergio Goerge Giovani Hidargo, Tony Vega, Johnny Pacheco, Domingo Quinones. Aside from the music, Millie Puente was in a film called The Mambo Kings in the early 90s, with Antonio Banderas, Armand Lanzante Celia Cruz And legendary Tito Puente with Antonio Banderas, Celia Cruz and Tito Puente. http://produccionesmilliepuente.com/

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Maripily: Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine Salsa Magazine-WEPAwebTV “I am your one way ticket”

Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine Maripily

Maripily

María del Pilar Rivera, pero conocida por todos como Maripily es empresaria, modelo, animadora, actriz, ex reina de belleza y periodista. Pero su mejor trabajo es el de ser madre de tiempo completo de su único hijo Joe Joe. Nacida el 15 de junio de 1977 en Ponce, Puerto Rico, desde muy pequeña fue muy pegada a su madre, doña Pilar Borrero, quien lamentablemente falleció en un accidente de tránsito cuando Maripily pasaba por uno de los momento más felices de su vida: la llegada de su hijo. La herencia que le dejó su madre y el haberse formado en la Universidad Interamericana en donde estudió periodismo, le sirvieron de armas para desarrollar dos carreras a la vez: en el mundo de la televisión y como empresaria. Mientras abría su propia boutique donde nacieron los famosos mahones (jeans) que hoy es su sello característicos de Maripily y un éxito absoluto, comenzó a convertirse en uno de los personajes más buscados y queridos de Puertos Rico y con la fama también le llegaría la polémica. Maripily trabajó en Wapa TV junto a Héctor Marcano en el show “Eso vale”, en “No te duermas”. En JAM para Telemundo internacional. Fue una de las protagonistas del reality show “Famosas VIP” para la cadena Telefutura y participó en el show nocturno “Noche de Perros”.
Con cuatro exitosos calendarios en su historia, Maripily amplió su rubro empresarial a los mahones le siguieron las carteras, zapatos y la reciente línea de trajes de baño y ejercicios. También incursionó en el teatro protagonizando con éxito absoluto “Los Monólogos de la Vagina”.

“Rocker Roller Rican” Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine-WEPAwebTV-roughrican MNN Productions

Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine Rocker Roller Rican

Rocker Roller Rican begins with film of Internationally recognized Nuyorican Performer El Extreme Luis Chaluisan in October 1975 at Amherst College (a mere three months after he turned professional as a dancer-singer at the age of 17 with the Alliance of Latin Artists in NYC.) It is thoroughly produced filmed review as he travels from the Bronx in 1975 to the present day through the national American arts world as a Ballet/Jazz/Salsa/Folkloric Dancer-Curated Artist-Latin/Indie Rock musician-CBS/Telemundo/PBS News Reporter-Television Producer-Published Author-Radio Show Host-TV Station Manager-National Slam Poetry Ct. Team Champion
By: Maria Hernandez
Executive Director
WEPAwebTV-Managing Editor
Salsa Magazine 7,700+ members

ROCKER ROLLER RICAN
Directed by: Maria Hernandez WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater
Produced by: Mike Tapp MNN Time Warner Cable
Associate Producer: Ronald Chaluisan
Featuring: L.f. Chaluisan Batlle plus
Film Directed by: John Coles Talking Wall Pictures 1975
Film Directed by: Tony Ortiz Top Productions NYC 1984
Off Broadway Scenes Directed By: Petronia Paley 2002
Set Design by: Albert Chaluisan

Rocker Roller Rican – A Nuyorican Adventure
“It is an edgy take on a unique slice of Latino culture, presented with a very personal perspective.”
Tom Zapiecki Production Manager at WBGU-TV

“Measured yet expressive, delivered with a weight and authority”
Toledo Blade community news WBGU-FM

“Among all the cookie cutters I’ve worked with over the years, Luis Chaluisan is truly unique.”
Gerry Brooks Anchor news at 6, and 11 p.m WVIT-NBC CT.

“It’s all the things that Luis Chaluisan is: infectious, deep, passionate, life-loving, beyond brilliant.”
Gary Lee Washington Post

Featured at International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival

Critical Reviews of Luis Chaluisan’s Work:
“Let the man talk to you for a half hour about his life and he’ll make Jack Kerouac look like Emily Dickinson.” Adam Klasfeld – Theater Mania

“Luis Chaluisan is a born storyteller. His gift for capturing the heart and soul of each character he portrays is not only convincing, but also inspiring. The show is full of humor, insight, poetry, and Puerto Rican pride. Chaluisan’s smooth-talking narrator introduces the various vignettes with articulate wit and wisdom. One is a heartfelt homage to the original poets of the Nuyorican venue. His unique voice as a writer clearly displays his poetic influences”
Elias Stimac – Backstage

“In an era when spoken-word poetry has carved out a niche in slam competitions and even on HBO’s Def Poetry, Chaluisan’s work is old- school – often as literate as it is lyrical, stuffed with images drawn from New York City life. Clem Richardson, NY Daily News –NY Daily News”
Clem Richardson – NY Daily News

“An exceptional surprise. Juan Moreno, Diario La Prensa –Diario La Prensa”
Juan Moreno – Diario La Prensa

“El Extreme was the most innovative combo that I heard cranking out a compelling blast of pure fun that smashed the barrier between funk, rap, jazz and blues. They call their music “Psychotic Latin Blues,” and that’s exactly what tey sounded like- a great big Captain Beefheart-meets Sun Ra in Puerto Rico Jam. EDITOR & PUBLISHER Stephen Leon Metroland Albany NY”
Stephen Leon – Metroland

“Poet Performer recognized for groundbreaking work. Performing since the 1970’s Chaluisan, a Wakefield resident, says he is honored by the recent recognition of his work … but says “My goal has been to develop the art form and bring it to people who generally don’t see it.”” Noah Fowle – BX TIMES

“I think Spic Chic is strong stuff, right in the Nuyorican tradition. Poems and then stories back into poems that are often emotionally moving. A self exploration in a non-chronological history consistent in language and point of view, it is clearly a highly personalized work that is successful in the Nuyorican free-style genre and successful in the broader sense as well. David Henderson, author, ‘Scuse Me While I Kiss The Sky: Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child”
David Henderson – Steve Cannon’s A Gathering Of The Tribes Reviews

“Luis Chaluisan you have done so much for salsa music keeping it in the eyes and ears of so many. Your poems, music reviews and general news reach the masses and you shed light on the new, when people thought it was lost.” Jose Vazquez-Cofresi – Orquesta SCC

In late 2008, Fly by Night Press (a subsidiary of A Gathering of the Tribes, NYC) opted to publish a compendium of poetry, photos, artwork, comedic essays and short stories dating back to 1975 under the title of Spic Chic (The Adventures of the Last Nuyorican), written by Luis Chaluisan (aka El Extreme). The term “Spic Chic” caused controversy in 1974 when it was used on the Bill Boggs mid-day talk show – then aired on Metromedia Channel 5 in NYC (now Fox Television).
The offhand remark was offered by Latin NY magazine editors to describe the infusion of vivid colors by Latino clothes designers then making their mark on NY’s fashion world. The latter part of the promotional title (The Adventures of the Last Nuyorican) is based on a humorous quip in 2005 from Nuyorican poet Papoleto Melendez that “El Extreme represents the torn page” from the canon of previously published Nuyorican writers who flourished in the 1970’s and ‘80’s.
Meanwhile, writer David Henderson (‘Scuse Me While I Kiss The Sky: Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child) is a bit more serious stating, “I think Spic Chic is strong stuff, right in the Nuyorican tradition. Poems and then stories back into poems that are often emotionally moving. A self exploration in a non-chronological history consistent in language and point of view, it is clearly a highly personalized work that is successful in the Nuyorican free-style genre and successful in the broader sense as
well.” Both observations are welcomed by Bronx bred author Chaluisan – now residing in Brownsville, Brooklyn – who states, “I could have chased a traditional path in developing my work but I was having too much manic fun being off-beat and, besides, God had other plans for my creative life.” With the publication of “Narrative of a Hybrid” in the Polemic Anthology (1976, Straight Ahead Press – Amherst, Massachusetts) Luis Chaluisan joined the ranks of period Nuyorican writers that included Pedro Pietri (“Puerto Rican Obituary” 1973), Miguel Pinero (Short Eyes 1973) and Lefty Barretto (Nobody’s Hero 1976). Mentored by Black Panther cultural minister Ed Bullins and later by Young Lord Eddie Figueroa (founder of the “New Rican Village” on the Lower East Side of New York) Chaluisan was invited to join the NY Public Theater’s emerging playwright unit headed by Crispin Larengeira in the summer of 1977. A chance meeting with magazine editor-in-chief Soledad Santiago paved the way for Chaluisan to land a job at Latin NY magazine – the nation’s first successful long term English language monthly publication focusing on Latino (primarily Puerto Rican vis-a-vis Nuyorican) arts and culture. The nineteen year old Chaluisan rose up the ranks from reporter to music editor between 1977-79 under the
tutelage of Latin NY publisher Izzy Sanabria which led to his being hired by WCBS network affiliate WFSB (Channel 3) in Hartford, Connecticut in June of 1979. For the next twenty fgive years he worked as a TV investigative reporter, producer, writer and marketing executive for PBS (Bowling Green, Ohio), Telemundo (Tucson, Arizona/Yakima, Washington), WCBS Channel 2 (New York), and News 12 Long Island, along with stints at radio station WGB in Albany among other mainstream media outlets in the US. Upon leaving the news business in 1997 and resettling in Hartford, CT, Chaluisan (once again performing fulltime as “El Extreme”) began to disseminate work he had developed as a musical composer and poet/essayist with his own indie rock groups dating back to 1982 (Little Otis and The Upsetters, The Blankets of Doom, La Gran Orquesta El Extreme, Gang Bang Bang, and El Extreme’s Electric Cabaret.). The effort led to his inclusion in the
National Slam Poetry movement as a State Slam Champion for CT. (1998/1999 in Austin, Texas and Chicago, Illinois.) His semi-final performance was captured on film by CBS’ Sixty Minutes and featured in the news magazine’s report on the tenth anniversary of the Slam movement. In 2000 he returned to NYC and set to work on organizing his written work and professional notes describing his media/educational experience which resulted in the off-Broadway play Spic Chic: S.panish P.eople I.n C.ontrol (initially a 2001 workshop at the Nuyorican Café in Manhattan with later runs at the Chelsea Playhouse and Spanish Repertory Theater). The performance at El Repertorio Espanol garnered the attention of producers for the 2004 Biennale Festival in Bonn, Germany where Spic Chic had its European premiere at the Bonn Opera House Theater. In the meantime, Chaluisan was approached by film director Henry Chalfant (“Style Wars”) to contribute both content and interview source material to the award winning documentary “From Mambo to Hip Hop” which aired on PBS in 2006. In 2007, Chaluisan moved to Puerto Rico after the death of his father Federico Chaluisan to spend a year in mourning and soaking in the poetry/writer’s scene at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayaguez, PR. With the help of University students and Professor Linda Rodriguez, El Extreme reemerged writing in both English and Spanish.

Presented by WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater WEPAwebTV Roughrican ProductionsRocker Roller Rican vlɒɡ Salsamagazine.com 2014 Recognition Awards Federico Chaluisan L.f. Chaluisan Batlle Editors WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater Luis Chaluisan El Extreme Luis Chaluisan

 

Boricua Performance Art Dr. Linda Rodriguez University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine

Linda Rodriguez Luis Chaluisan

Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine
Balboa Nights Monday April 20, 2015
Centro Comunal, Barrio Trastalleres
Calle Caracas 00682 Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
(Cerca De Colegio Agricultura-Artes Mecanicas Mayaguez P.R.)
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Recognition and Performance

La Sociedad Autentica De Coleccionistas Musica Popular Oeste De P.R.
Hosted by: Junior Cancel, Efrain Bayron Barbosa

Featuring El Extreme Luis Chaluisan, Linda Maria Rodriguez Guglielmoni Invited guest performers.

Presented by WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater WEPAwebTV Roughrican Productions Rocker Roller Rican vlɒɡ Salsamagazine.com 2014 Recognition Awards Federico Chaluisan L.f. Chaluisan Batlle Maria Hernandez Editors WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater http://www.luischaluisan.com/

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Dr. Linda Maria Rodriguez Guglielmoni PhD “Bomba” Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine

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Dr. Linda Maria Rodriguez Guglielmoni PhD “Bomba”

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Balboa Nights Monday April 20, 2015
Centro Comunal, Barrio Trastalleres
Calle Caracas 00682 Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
(Cerca De Colegio Agricultura-Artes Mecanicas Mayaguez P.R.)
Mayaguez Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Recognition and Performance

La Sociedad Autentica De Coleccionistas Musica Popular Oeste De P.R. 

Junior Cancel 

Junior Cancel

Efrain Bayron Barbosa

Luis Chaluisan Efrain Barbosa

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Hosted by: Junior Cancel, Efrain Bayron Barbosa Featuring El Extreme Luis Chaluisan, Linda Rodriguez Invited guest performers Actuacion Especial Eric Ayala Presented by WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater WEPAwebTV Roughrican Productions Rocker Roller Rican vlɒɡ Salsamagazine.com 2014 Recognition Awards Federico Chaluisan L.f. Chaluisan Batlle Luis ChaluisanMaria Hernandez Editors WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater

What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine 7,700+ Members

Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazzine Salsa Awards 2012

Pensamientos/Thoughts 19. What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise.

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Salsa Magazine 7,700+ members

Maintaining a web presence is no easy task. Salsa Magazine has warded off hostile takeovers, physical threats and a wave of fake profiles attempting to join in the last four years. At the same time, we have maintained a University level of information that emphasizes the value of the Latino community in the United State plus around the world. And it all began with the Salsa Awards in 2012. 

Salsa recognitions orchestrated in BG
Written by Sentinel-Tribune
Thursday, 04 October 2012 08:44
When Salsa Magazine honored the top Latin music perfomers, it tapped resources in Bowling Green to do so. Local disc jockey and web TV pro ducer Luis Chaluisan with Maria Hernandez helped promote the competition.
Using resources of WBGU FM and WEPAwebTV votes were tallied from around the world. More than two million votes were cast with Karibu El Son Del Caribe of Costa Rica bringing in almost 1.4 million to top the fan favorite list. The Puerto Rican band Orquesta Siglo XXI was a distant second with 632,835 votes. In all 290 acts received votes in the balloting which ended Aug. 31. The online magazine selected the top 40 performers for recognition. Performers came from both Latin American and North American, and included performers from Paris and Munich, Germany. When it came time to send out awards, Chaluisan, who lives in Bowling Green, contracted with Becky Laabs of art-a-site! in downtown to create the trophies. The awards were mailed out this week.

SALSAMAGAZINE.COM SALSA AWARDS 2012 OFFICIAL TOP FORTY FAN FAVORITES

1. KARIBU EL SON DEL CARIBE 1,389,275 Votes Costa Rica
2. ORQUESTA SIGLO XXI 632,835 Votes Cataño, PR
3. CONJUNTO PUERTO RICO 610,178 Votes Puerto Rico
4. TITO GUADALUPE 552,193 Votes Waterbury, Ct
5. TRINA MEDINA 527,583 Votes Caracas, Venezuela
6. SON DE TIKIZIA 521,734 Votes Costa Rica
7. HURACAN ORQUESTA 453,164 Votes Cali, Colombia
8. LA MAXIMA de MAXIMINO RIVERA 447,121 Votes PR
9. ORQUESTA ESPADA 369,153 Votes Hartford, Ct.
10 EDWIN PABON 331,833 Votes Boston, MA
11. ACHE SONORA 300,121 Votes Bogota, Colombia
12. CLERIKO SALSA 269,841 Votes Buenos Aires, Argentina
13. LEO D`BARRIO 233,127 Votes Cali, Colombia
14. URBANA SALSA CAPITAL 198,462 Votes Colombia
15. MICHAEL STUART 193,147 Votes San Juan, Puerto Rico
16. AMARYLLIS SANTIAGO 181,949 Votes Columbia, Pa
17. CHOCOLATE Y SU ORQUESTA 174,573 Votes Philadelphia
18. CARLOS JIMENEZ 173,860 Votes Yonkers NY
19. WITO COLON 171,956 Votes Puerto Rico
20. FANIA EVOLUTION 166,163 Votes Caracas, Venezuela
21. BAILATINO LA RESISTENCIA SALSERA 152,694 Votes
22. BORICUA LEGENDS 130,739 Votes New York, New York
23. ORQUESTA MADERA NUEVA 120,000 Votes Costa Rica
24. RAFAELITO Y SU TUMBAO 114,732 Votes Munich, Germany
25. ISMAEL MIRANDA 107,748 Votes Caguas, Puerto Rico
26. VICTOR MANUELLE 99,357 Votes Isabela, Puerto Rico
27. ERIK SANCHEZ Y SU ORQUESTA 98,121 Votes Costa Rica
28. JUNIOR GONZALEZ 91,572 + Votes Puerto Rico
29. SALSOCO 91,362 Ponce, Puerto Rico
30. DON PERIGNON 91,126 Votes Puerto Rico
31. TITO NIEVES 90,195 + Votes Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
32. COCOBLUE SALSA BAND 90,121 + Votes Bogota, Colombia
33. TEGO CALDERON 89,737 + Votes Santurce Puerto Rico
34. CHOCO ORTA 89,127 + Votes Brooklyn NY
35. CANO ESTREMERA 87,168 Votes San Juan, Puerto Rico
36. HERMAN OLIVERAS 86,964 Votes Florida, USA
37. TONY TAHE 81,323 Votes Paris, France
38. CONJUNTO IMAGEN 79,189 + Votes N Y NY
39. FAJARDO Jr Y SU ORQUESTA 79,161 Votes New Jersey
40. CONJUNTO CLASICO 77,371 Votes New York, New York

COMPLETE LIST OF FINAL VOTES IN SALSAMAGAZINE.COM SALSA AWARDS 2012
Voting Was Held June 6, 2012-August 31 2012
1. 3ball MTY 26,484 Votes
2. 3D Ritmo de Vida 20,890 Votes
3. 8 Y Mas 35,929 Votes
4. ACHE SONORA 300,121 Votes
5. ADRIAN CISNEROS 37,386 Votes
6. ADRIEL GONZALEZ 18,207 Votes
7. AFINCA’O 26,375 Votes
8. ALBERTO BARROS 38,686 Votes
9. ALEJANDRO Y SUS ONIX 23,850 Votes
10. ALEX DIABLOSON 60,596 Votes
11. ALFONSO GUERRERO Y SU ORQUESTA 16,593 Votes
12. ALVARO GRANOBLES 41,694 Votes
13. AMARYLLIS SANTIAGO 181,949 Votes
14. ANDY CAICEDO 22,859 Votes
15. ANNETTE CARRION 28,885 Votes
16. ARLEY & SU PROYECTO K-LIBRE 118,54 Votes
17. AZUCAR NEGRA 49,596 Votes
18. BAILATINO LA RESISTENCIA SALSERA 152,694 Votes
19. BAILONGO 19,643 Votes
20. BARBARO FINES Y SU ORQUESTA MAYIMBE 49,498 Votes
21. BEATRIZ LOPEZ Y ACHEVEREDE CUBA 27,958 Votes
22. BENICIA 19,760 Votes
23. BERNARDO QUESADA Y RUMBA JAM 30,704 Votes
24. BILLY CARRION 43,807 Votes
25. BIO RITMO 43,642 Votes
26. BLOQUE 53 21,840 Votes
27. BOBBY RIVAS 56,937 Votes
28. BORICUA LEGENDS 130,739 Votes
29. BORY PA 26,866 Votes
30. BRIAN MICHAEL 8,943 Votes
31. BUIKA NEW AFRO SPANISH GENERATION 36,121 Votes
32. BUITRAGO 13,057 Votes
33. CALAMBUCO 38,121 Votes
34. CALLE 13 43,958 Votes
35. CANO ESTREMERA 87,168 Votes
36. CARLITOS ROMERO 14,697 Votes
37. CARLOS CASCANTE Y SU TUMBAO 25,378 Votes
38. CARLOS D’CASTRO 37,967 Votes
39. CARLOS JIMENEZ 173,860 Votes
40. CARLOS KALUNGA 14,987 Votes
41. CARLOS MOJICA & SONIDO CRIMINAL 5,131 Votes
42. CARLOS PENA Y SU SALSA SWING 5,554 Votes
43. CARLOS POLO 22,962 Votes
44. CARLOS ROSARIO 33,849 Votes
45. CAROLINA LA O 11,121 Votes
46. CASIMIRO RODRIGUEZ 52,967 Votes
47. CHARANGOA 32,332 Votes
48. CHINO RAMOS Y SU ORQUESTA 30,843 Votes
49. CHOCO ORTA 89,127 Votes
50. CHOCOLATE Y SU ORQUESTA 174,573 Votes
51. CHOCQUIBTOWN 37,482 Votes
52. CINDY BRADLEY 27,312 Votes
53. CITA RODRIGUEZ 28,000 Votes
54. CLANDESKINA ORQUESTA 34,000 Votes
55. CLERIKO SALSA 269,841 Votes
56. COCOBLUE SALSA BAND 90,121 Votes
57. CONCEPTO SABOR 15,196 Votes
58. CONJUNTO CLASICO 77,371 Votes
59. CONJUNTO IMAGEN 79,189 Votes
60. CONJUNTO IMPACTO 33,121 Votes
61. CONJUNTO PUERTO RICO 610,178 Votes
62. COSA NUESTRA DE TITO MANRIQUE 15,783 Votes
63. CRISTIAN GONZALEZ Y ORQUESTA BOHEMIA 32,471 Votes
64. CUBANOSON 41,174 Votes
65. DAVID MURRAY CUBAN ENSEMBLE 44,375 Votes
66. DIANA 12,185 Votes
67. DISLOCADOS 22,638 Votes
68. DON PERIGNON Y LA PUERTORRIQUENA 91,126 Votes
69. DS THE EVOLUTION 26,793 Votes
70. E’REAL 26,759 + 15,300 Votes
72. EDGARD NEVAREZ 21,000 Votes
73. EDWIN PABON 331,833 Votes
74. EDWIN RIVERA 18,452 Votes
75. EL CHACAL 13,946 Votes
76. EL MAESTRO SEDA 43,687 Votes
77. EL NORO Y LA TRIBU 25,121 Votes
78. ELAINE ELIAS 17,881 Votes
79. ELENA PEACH 13,893 Votes
80. ESPERANZA SALSA 13,073 Votes
81. EVA AYLLON 37,732 Votes
82. FABIAN ALMAZAN TRIO 21,273 Votes
83. FABIAN TORRES 36,194 Votes
84. FABIO GIANNI & LATIN SOUND MACHINE 17,333 Votes
85. FAJARDO JR. Y SU ORQUESTA 79,161 Votes
86. FANIA EVOLUTION 166,163 Votes
87. FERNANDO CALLE Y LA ORQUESTA LA LLAVE 16,837 Votes
88. FLAVIO SANGUINETTI 13,285 Votes
89. FRANKIE MORALES 38,158 Votes
90. FRANKIE RUIZ JR 64,127 Votes
91. FRANKIE VASQUEZ 26,195 Votes
92. FRANKLIN VELOZ 12,738 Votes
93. FROYBER´S CALIBRE ORQUESTA 16,636 Votes
94. GABO F. SALSA 19,174 Votes
95. GAITANES 21,267 Votes
96. GERLEY 19,111 Votes
97. GONZALO Y LOS PRINCIPES DE LA SALSA 12,932 Votes
98. GRUPO ARCANO 22,852 Votes
99. GRUPO BAKKAN 42,953 Votes
100. GRUPO MANGO 16,131 Votes
101. GRUPO SALSAFON 34,538 Votes
102. H.M.A SALSA JAZZ ORCHESTRA 25,121 Votes
103. HAROLD SAA 37,957 Votes
104. HENRY SANTOS 47,942 Votes
105. HERENCIA SALSERA 34,153 Votes
106. HERMAN OLIVERA 86,964 Votes
107. HURACAN ORQUESTA 453,164 Votes
108. ISMAEL MIRANDA 107,748 Votes
109. ISSAC DELGADO 28,125 Votes
110. JAIME ANDRES GOMEZ 12,867 Votes
111. JENNY COLON 20,132 Votes
112. JERRY GONZALEZ Y LOS COMANDOS DE LA CLAVE 39,836 Votes
113. JESUS “CHUTI” SERRANO 21,848 Votes
114. JHON SILVA 33,936 Votes
115. JIMMY SAA 52,741 Votes
116. JOE COLLADO 35,927 Votes
117. JOHNNY RAY 49,335 Votes
118. JOHNNY RIVERA 31,936 Votes
119. JOHNNY ROJAS 22,752 Votes
120. JOSE LUGO Y GUASABARA 16,067 Votes
121. JOSE LUIS ORDI 3,141 Votes
122. JOSE PIPO PENALVER 31,627 Votes
123. JOSE RAUL “LIPS” MORALES 62,842 Votes
124. JUAN LUIS GUERRA 37,373 Votes
125. JUNIOR GONZALEZ 91,572 Votes
126. JUNIOR JEIN 12,119 Votes
127. KARIBU EL SON DEL CARIBE 1,389,275 Votes
128. KEVIN CEBALLO 26,131 Votes
129. LA 33 26,131 Votes
130. LA CAMERATA ROMEU 15,193 Votes
131. LA CHARANGA HABANBERA 19,121 Votes
132. LA CHARANGA MODERNA CANTA WILLITO OTERO 36,174 Votes
133. LA EXCELENCIA 16,736 Votes
134. LA FIEBRE 18,173 Votes
135. LA JOYCE 16,121 Votes
136. LA MAS ORQUESTA 43,151 Votes
137. LA MAXIMA de MAXIMINO RIVERA 447,121 Votes
138. LA NEGRAMENTA 15,121 Votes
139. LA SALSERA SOL 37,473 Votes
140. LA SONORA LIBRE 17,912 Votes
141. LA SUCURSAL SA 16,001 Votes
142. LA ZONA 31,423 Votes
143. LEO D`BARRIO 233,127 Votes
144. LETTY SANDOVAL 13,000 Votes
145. LISANDRO TORRES Y SU ORQUESTA 43,123 Votes
146. LISETT MORALES LA MULATA DEL SABOR 61,937 Votes
147. LOS CHARLY’S ORCHESTRA 3,392 Votes
148. LOS CONQUISTADORES DE LA SALSA 22,127 Votes
149. LOS HERMANOS LOVO 42,111 Votes
150. LOS MUERTOS DE SIEMPRE 23,728 Votes
151. LOS VIGILANTES 13,173 Votes
152. LOWER EAST SALSA 15,128 Votes
153. LUCIA PULIDO 15,741 Votes
154. LUCKY 7 MAMBO 26,573 Votes
155. LUCRECIA 55,374 Votes
156. LUIS DISLA 24,264 Votes
157. LUIS ENRIQUE 32,927 Votes
158. LUIS GARCIA Y SU FRENTE UNIDO 14,146 Votes
159. LUIS GONZALEZ Y SU ORQUESTA 56,538 Votes
160. LUISITO CARRION 77,173 Votes
161. MAITE HONTELE 55,317 Votes
162. MAMBO LEGENDS ORCHESTRA 54,173 Votes
163. MARIANO CÍVICO 17,231 Votes
164. MARINA HEREDIA 14,831 Votes
165. MARK & NANDY 51,294 Votes
166. MARK WEINSTEIN 55,942 Votes
167. MARLOW ROSADO 44,836 Votes
168. MATOTUMBA 52,138 Votes
169. MAURO CASTILLO 37,428 Votes
170. MELENA LA RUMBERA 13,159 Votes
171. MERCADONEGRO 46,193 Votes
172. MICHAEL MOSSMAN 29,426 Votes
173. MICHAEL STUART 193,147 Votes
174. MICHEL MAZA 22,572 Votes
175. MICHELLE BRAVA 41,637 Votes
176. MIGUEL ADORN 22,936 Votes
177. MIGUEL MARTINEZ AND CORAZON SUR 14,131 Votes
178. MIGUELITO LAMORTÉ & THE CHINO NUÑEZ ORCHESTRA 4,137 Votes
179. MIKATA 1,000 Votes 15,146 Votes
180. MILES PEÑA 44,723 Votes
181. MIMI IBARRA 30,485 Votes
182. MOISE GONZALEZ 17,131 Votes
183. N SAMBLE 14,736 Votes
184. NAYIBE LA GITANA 35,273 Votes
185. NEGROSON ORQUESTA 13,384 Votes
186. NELSON BELLO & THE CT LATIN JAZZ PROJECT 32,736 Votes
187. NESTOR PACHECO Y LA GUATACA 24,121 Votes
188. NESTOR TORRES 48,163 Votes
189. NG LA BANDA FEAT CUBAN STARS 18,134 Votes
190. OCOTE SOUL SOUNDS 20,173 Votes
191. ORESTES VILATO 69,162 Votes ?
192. ORLANDO ORTIZ 14,158 Votes
193. ORQUESTA AFINKE 12,628 Votes
194. ORQUESTA CHEKERE 20,485 Votes
195. ORQUESTA CLANDESTINA 22,152 Votes
196. ORQUESTA D’CACHE 68,321 Votes ?
197. ORQUESTA DYNNASTIA 15,134 Votes
198. ORQUESTA EL MACABEO 55,145 Votes
199. ORQUESTA ESPADA 369,153 Votes
200. ORQUESTA GALANTE 12,375 Votes
201. ORQUESTA INMENSIDAD 15,163 Votes
202. ORQUESTA LA CRITICA 9,131 Votes
203. ORQUESTA LA GUATEKERA 30,127 Votes
204. ORQUESTA LA SOLUCION 66,173 Votes
205. ORQUESTA LOS SOPRANOS 17,173 Votes
206. ORQUESTA MADERA NUEVA 121,664 Votes
207. ORQUESTA NELSON CANDELA 22,173 Votes
208. ORQUESTA OPA OPA 74,163 Votes
209. ORQUESTA SALSA RUMBA 26,152 Votes
210. ORQUESTA SIGLO XXI 632,835 Votes
211. ORQUESTA SON CANNEY 13,916 Votes
212. OSVIL 32,142 Votes
213. PAPAGOFIO JR. Y SU PODER 53,825 Votes
214. PAULO FG 31,163 Votes
215. PEDRITO CALVO JUNIOR 12,737 Votes
216. PELUSA & LA BANDA CARAMBA 51,316 Votes
217. PEPE Y SU ORQUESTA 22,274 Votes
218. PEQUEÑO JOHNNY Y EL CARTEL 8,119 Votes
219. PIBO MARQUEZ Y SU DESCARGA CRIOLLA 19,164 Votes
220. PORFI BALOA 24,152 Votes
221. PRINCE ROYCE 45,123 Votes
222. QUANTIC & ALICE RUSSELL WITH THE COMBO BÁRBARO 22,172 Votes
223. RAFA PEREZ 29,634 Votes
224. RAFAEL DE JESUS 55,923 Votes
225. RAFAELITO Y SU TUMBAO 114,732 Votes
226. RAFI MARRERO Y SU ORQUESTA 14,128 Votes
227. RAFY NIEVES 13,173 Votes
228. RALPH IRIZARRY & LOS VIEJOS DE LA SALSA 27,163 Votes
229. RANDY PLAZA 54,127 Votes
230. RAQUEL ZOZAYA 8,173 Votes
231. RAY CARRION LATIN JAZZ ALL STARS 13,123 Votes
232. RAY GONZALEZ Y SU ORQUESTA 51,213 Votes
233. RAY SANTANA 32,127 Votes
234. RENZO PADILLA 14,638 Votes
235. RICA OBSESION 9,163 Votes
236. RICHARD LÓPEZ 20,351 Votes
237. RICKY LUIS 44,834 Votes
238. RITA INDIANA 59,126 Votes
239. RITMO MACHINE (ERIC BOBO + LATIN BITMAN) 2,121 Votes
240. ROBERTO FONSECA 23,372 Votes
241. ROBERTO RONDENA (Roberto D’Milan) 42,263 Votes
242. ROBERTO SANTAMARIA 52,173 Votes
243. ROLANDO SANCHEZ 13,173 Votes
244. RON RENAISSANCE 42,926 Votes
245. RUMBANKETE 32,173 Votes
246. RUMBEROS DEL CALLEJON 29,373 Votes
247. SABOR Y CONTROL 14,737 Votes
248. SALSA CELTICA 33,121 Votes
249. SALSOCO 91,362 Votes
250. SAMMY GARCIA Y EL SABOR DE PUERTO RICO 42,426 Votes
251. SANCHEZ Y SU ORQUESTA (ERICK SANCHEZ) 98,121 Votes
252. SANTIAGO ALL STARS 26,019 Votes
253. SARGENTO GARCIA 32,073 Votes
254. SEGUIDA 12,836 Votes
255. SOLER-BARRERA MADAGASCAR TRIO 32,174 Votes
256. SON COMO SON 42,743 Votes
257. SON DE CALI 29,531 Votes
258. SON DE TIKIZIA 521,734 Votes
259. SON DEL PUEBLO 15,152 Votes
260. SONIDO URBANO 19,337 Votes
261. SONORA SANJUANERA 8,364 Votes
262. SUSIE HANSEN 44,126 Votes
263. TEGO CALDERON 89,737 Votes
264. TELMARY 32,163 Votes
265. THE PURGE EFFECT 42,527 Votes
266. TITO GUADALUPE 552,193 Votes
267. TITO MANRIQUE & COSA NUESTRA 32,437 Votes
268. TITO MURILLO & SU ORQUESTA 23,374 Votes
269. TITO NIEVES 90,195 Votes
270. TONY J MESSINA 17,845 Votes
271. TONY SUCCAR 58,975 Votes
272. TONY TAHE 81,323 Votes
273. TRINA MEDINA 527,583 Votes
274. TROMBORANGA ORQUESTA 6,164 Votes
275. TUMBAO CLASICO 22,737 Votes
276. URBANA SALSA CAPITAL 198,462 Votes
277. VICTOR MANUELLE 99,357 Votes
278. VILLARINY SALSA PROJECT 58,164 Votes
279. VIRGY 12,227 Votes
280. WILLIAMSBURG SALSA ORCHESTRA 28,163 Votes
281. WILLIE MUÑOZ Y SU ORQUESTA 26,163 Votes
282. WILLIE PANAMA 48,735 Votes
283. WILLY GARCIA 29,784 Votes
284. WILLY MENTO AND NETO SORPRESA 11,963 Votes
285. WIRO Y SABOR 12,634 Votes
286. WITO COLON 171,956 Votes
287. YACO 42,164 Votes
288. YOKO MIMATA 27,121 Votes
289. YUCID EL SOBRINO 12,945 Votes
290. YURE BUENAVENTURA 31,563 Votes

1. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Latin Jazz Group
Papo Vazquez’ Pirate Troubadors
Papo Vazquez – Trombone,Leader,Composer
Willie Williams – Saxes Rick Germanson – Piano Dezron Douglas – Bass Alvester Garnett – Drums Anthony Carrillo – Perc. Carlos Maldonado – Perc.
2. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Salsa/Latin Jazz Artist
Andrea Brachfield Flutist 
3. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording
Pacheco y Su Charanga Vol 1 (1960) Alegre Records 
4. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording 
Jimmy Sabater Joe Cuba Sextet Stepping Out (1962) Seeco 
5. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording 
Eddie Palmieri Y La Perfecta (1962) Alegre Records
6. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording 
Ricardo Ray Arrives/Comejen (1964) Fonseca Records
7. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording 
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10. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards 2012 Lifetime Achievement/Hall Of Fame
“Sugar Coated” Andy Hernandez (COATI MUNDI)

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David Amram Reflects On Luis Chaluisan April 20, 2015 Ceremony in Mayaguez Puerto Rico Salsa Magazine

Luis Chaluisan David Amram

From David Amram regarding April 20, 2015 honorary ceremony prepared by La Sociedad Autentica De Coleccionistas Musica Popular Oeste De P.R. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico hosted by Junior Cancel Efrain Bayron Barbosa in recognition of my work “Since all you do is a reflection of how to deal with all obstacles and see the Beauty part in spite of it all, NYC is a hard place to get enthusiasm from the people in charge of the store, because they have all been trained to HATE THEMSELVES!!And regardless of the fortune they may have spent to get an education to prepare them to become leaders in society and especially those who are administrating cultural institutions, if you never learned how to sing or dance or find the joy in hanging out with others just for the sake of learning more and enjoying the moment, the idea of “Culture” is always the anthropologist’s idea of robbing a skull from a burial site, putting in a bottle of Formaldehyde and dispensing drops at a time to the chosen few who have a morbid fascination with what they consider primitive (NOT primal!!) So to be in a place where your heritage is respected, and your struggles are understood is just WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED!! (And in Mayaguez, you will have His prescription filled!!) What you are doing will eventually be appreciated by a new generation everywhere when they can see the WORK that you do, and have that stand on its own, and THEN when they hear your war stories of how you survived and continued to do what you have been doing, that will be appreciated post rebus!!! (After the fact) This is what happened (and is still HAPPENING) with Jack Kerouac, Charlie Parker and an army of innovative people who kept on their path no matter what!! Brooklyn College is giving me an Honorary Doctor of the Arts and having me as their keynote speaker this May, and like yourself, anything i have done , and still try to do, comes from all the terrific people I have been blessed to know who have taught and continue to teach me how to try to be more human and see the beauty that surrounds us. When you danced (with Rose M. Hernandez) and the Brooklyn Phil back in 1977 in the Park, some of the musicians who were there who are still alive REMEMBER that moment and i always will as well! Like yourself, i have received quite a bit of static over the years for not doing what others thought I should do,and the more it was for real and the more joyous and spontaneous it was, the heavier the static was!! But as Miles so eloquently entitled his great 1959 song……”SO WHAT?””
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Kings of Salsa Dura World Tour 2015

From Jose Vazquez-Cofresi
‘Kings of Salsa Dura World Tour 2015’ (Full Calendar Below)
Orquesta SCC – ‘Kings of Salsa Dura World Tour 2015’
Apr 11 – Emelin Theatre – Mamaroneck, NY
May 23 – Roxbury Arts Group – Roxbury, NY
May 25 – Taj – NYC
June 11 – Norwood Village Green Concert Series – Norwood, NY
June 19 – Fest Inter. de Salsa Boca del Río – Veracruz, México
June 21 – Clearwater Festival – Croton NY
June 26 – TBA (Out door concert) – NYC
July 2015 – Europe Tour
Aug 2015 – TBA
Sept 11-13 – TBA – Greensboro, NC
Oct 2015 – Latin America Tour
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El Extreme Luis Chaluisan Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 20 de Abril 2015

El Extreme Luis Chaluisan Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 20 de Abril 2015 Salsa Magazine Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine Organization Steve Cannon

NEW YORK, NY — ALL | TOGETHER | DIFFERENT, a survey of current Lower East Side artists steadfastly engaged with the forever-changing and forever-the-same neighborhood, will be on view at the Ernest Rubenstein and Jewish Communal Galleries at the Manny Cantor Center at 197 East Broadway from February 12-April 1, 2015. With work dating from 1982-2015, the exhibition brings together nearly 100 Lower East Side artists and arts organizations actively working in the community. ALL | TOGETHER | DIFFERENT, a project of the Educational Alliance Art School at Manny Cantor Center, will open with a reception on Thursday, February 12 from 7-9 p.m., featuring remarks at 7:30 p.m. by Harold Koda, Curator in Charge, the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and member of the Board of Directors of the Educational Alliance, and Tom Finkelpearl, Commissioner of New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs.
Curated by Linda Griggs with curatorial advisor Yona Verwer, ALL | TOGETHER | DIFFERENT will present paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, prints, installation, and video from artists aged 29 to 92, including Kiki Smith, Roger Welch, Richard Hambleton, Kim Keever, Kembra Pfahler, Rick Prol, Jim Radakovich, Anton Van Dalen, Marc Kehoe, David Sandlin, Judith Simonian, and Susannah Coffey.
“We are excited to bring together the artists and organizations of the Lower East Side with work that ranges from minimalism to radical archiving, by those who set the tone for expressive freedom and the subsequent arrivals who inherited a culture that was unique to the area,” said Linda Griggs. “Although we lost many neighborhood artists to the AIDS epidemic, to drugs, and to rising rents, many stayed, fought for tenant rights for themselves and their neighbors, created communities, kept the spirit and attracted the next wave of artists who inherited the disjointed, yet allied individuality.”
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