Folklore Urbano Orchestra will be a part of Carnegie Hall’s Fall Family Day celebrating the Rhythms of Latin America. Stop by between 12-4pm, and catch a dance workshop encompassing cumbia, salsa, and joropo, directed by our close friend and collaborator maestro Daniel Fetecua every hour on the hour, followed by an interactive set of the diverse sounds of Pablo Mayor’s new “El Barrio Project.”  It’s free and geared towards families, with activities throughout the day.  A great opportunity to hear the full orchestra in what we’re calling a big block party!!!!  At Carnegie Hall, Weill Hall’s Music Room in the Resnick Educational Wing.

on vocals: Gregorio Uribe (also acordeón and cuatro), Maria Alejandra Jiménez, Eddie Venegas (also trombone)

and the rhythm section: Franco Pinna, drums, Dave Hertzberg, bass, Nestor Gómez, Jonathan Gómez, Danny González, percussion

horns: Jonathan Powell, trumpet, Frank Basile, bari sax, Anna Povich de Mayor, flute, Rafi Malkiel, euphonium