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Una de las orquestas de Charanga mas famosas, tocando pachangas, danzones e irresistibles temas bailables desde 1962.
Honoring three generations of musicians and covering over 60 years of NYC’s Latin music scene, the ¡Vaya! 63 series kicks off in December with “one of New York’s best charanga bands” (New York Times).
Founded in 1962, Orquesta Broadway plays traditional Cuban charangas and danzones, genres popularized in Cuba in the 40s and preserved by the orchestra’s founder and current musical director, Eddy Zervigón. Leading ambassadors of the charanga sound—melodious and rhythmic with influences from European classical music and African rhythms—Orquesta Broadway returns to Lincoln Center to show off how they have managed to stay at the forefront of the Latin music scene for over five decades.
About the ¡Vaya! 63
¡Vaya! 63 is a series of events celebrating Latin culture in New York City, with live music, DJs, and visual art at one of the most inviting dance floors in the city. The series will take place over three Thursdays at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium (Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Street) with Orquesta Broadway with DJ Bongohead (December 3, 2015), Típica 73 with DJ Jose Calderon (February 4, 2016), and Marc Ribot y los Cubanos Postizos with DJ Oshun (March 3, 2016).
¡Vaya! 63 is a collaboration with NYU Steinhardt