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Latin music, but not as you may know it, this band are deliciously different and incredibly danceable
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

CUBAN MUSIC: WEEKEND INTENSIVE COURSE Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd October 2010

CUBAN MUSIC: WEEKEND INTENSIVE COURSE
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd October 2010

Led by
Musical Director: Sue Miller
Percussion Tutor: Jack McCarthy

At
Yorkshire College of Music and Drama, Leeds
(at the new college site St Marks House, 1 st Marks Avenue, Leeds LS2 9BN)
Places left for one bass player and one percussion (possibly one more frontliner depending on instrument)

Some Photos of Charanga del Norte at Grimsby Town Hall

Professional photographer Ian Pickles took these pics of us in action last July – www.mybigdayeventphotography.com

Charanga del Norte gig 30 July Grimsby Town Hall Tickets now on sale

Charanga del Norte perform at Grimsby Town Hall on Friday 30 July as part of North East Lincolnshire Arts Forum Festival

Dance class from our dancer Guillermo at 6.30pm

Band on at 8pm

Venue: Grimsby Town Hall, Town Hall Square, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire DN31 1HX

Tickets from Tourist Information 01472 323111

Animation of Charanga del Norte track Libelula

New DVD of Charanga del Norte from Tiny Elephants productions

New Charanga del Norte photos on Flickr

Just put some new photos up in our Flickr gallery – check them out!

Photos of Charanga del Norte Live at Leeds May 2010

Here are some photos of the band taken at Seven Arts Centre in May 2010

New on-stream track Lola Catula

Check out the new track Lola Catula #2 on the recordings page – just added today!

Look Back in Charanga – Press Release

Carrying on with the puns Look Back in Charanga pays homage to all the greats of Cuban popular music, in particular to the legendary Richard Egües from Orquesta Aragón.

Bandleader and charanga flute improviser Sue Miller studied flute improvisation with Richard Egües in Havana in 2000 and 2001 and has since worked with some of Cuba’s finest traditional charanga players. This recording pays homage to the great charanga flute players and musicians past and present who have developed the Danzón, Mambo, Chachachá and the Pachanga
CD on sale from: http://www.passiondiscs.co.uk