Oct 14 2018
Charanga Tipica Tropical Hispanic Heritage Month C...

Charanga Tipica Tropical Hispanic Heritage Month C...

Presented by Nova Southeastern University - Alvin Sherman Library at Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center

Charanga Tipica Tropical play infectious Charanga Latin Salsa music. The musicians, composed of bassist, pianist, violinist, flutist, vocalists and more,  will have you moving out of your seat.

Charanga Tipica Tropical was founded in Los Angeles, California and later relocated to Miami, Florida. Their style of music is known as Charanga Latin Salsa music. Their infectious rhythms are the result of their varied instrumental composition which includes violin, flute, trombone, piano, bass, timbales, congas, guiro and vocalists. They are considered one of the best Latin groups in the U.S. and have performed throughout the United States and internationally such as Zurich, Switzerland, France and others.

RSVP online lib.nova.edu/livesalsa or by calling 954-262-5477, Public Library Services Department.

Parking is $1 per hour on the 1st Floor of the Parking Garage

Admission Info

Free admission and open to the public.

RSVP online lib.nova.edu/livesalsa or by calling 954-262-5477, Public Library Services Department.

 

Phone: 954-262-5477

Dates & Times

2018/10/14 - 2018/10/14

Location Info

Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center

3100 Ray Ferrero Jr Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314