Film, Video Daymé Arocena Concert

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Daymé Arocena Concert

Full of energy, talent, and charisma, Havana-born jazz vocalist and composer Daymé Arocena comes to the Library to enchant her audience with her rich and powerful vocals. Characterized as "one of the world's fastest-rising jazz vocalists" by The New Yorker, Arocena brings a program that fuses jazz, Santeria chants, Afro-Cuban rhythms, and contemporary R&B that reflects her cultural and musical upbringing on the island. Compared to such luminaries as Celia Cruz, Aretha Franklin, and Nina Simone (NPR), Arocena promises a program full of color and spirit. Presented in cooperation with the Revada Foundation of the Logan family.

[0:12] Daymé Arocena: "Nangareo"
[1:30] "Trilogía: Oya, Oshun & Yemaya"
[12:32] "Not for Me"
[15:50] "Para el Amor: Cantar!"
[21:51] "Maybe Tomorrow"
[24:47] "Menuet para un Corazón"
[30:36] "El Ruso"
[35:21] "Mambo Na' Mà"
[40:46] "La Rumba Me Llamo Yo"

Event Date
October 15, 2021
Running Time
45 minutes 23 seconds
Online Format

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