Trio Caminos: Music of Venezuela, Spain, Cuba & America

Trio Caminos: Music of Venezuela, Spain, Cuba & America
Thursday, December 7 @ 7:30PM
Trio Caminos, an acoustic ensemble that offers a fresh mix of Venezuelan, Spanish, Cuban, and American styles, takes the Poppy stage for an evening of original compositions that blend flamenco with joropo and Afro-Caribbean beats, as well as music by renowned composers such as Astor Piazzolla, Hermeto Pascoal, and Michel Camilo.   FEATURING: Carlos Caminos - guitar Sascha Jacobsen - bass Marlon Aldana - cajón   Learn more: Website Photo by: Zaque Eyn   EVENT DETAILS &...
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Guarandinga: Afro-Venezuelan Pop for the Dancefloor

Guarandinga
Sat, Jan 21 @ 7:30PM
Weaving together Afro-Caribbean beats and fueled by folklore, pop, and gritty East Bay funk, Guarandinga descends on the Poppy for an infectious electronic dance party that promises to help you forget the cold, wet weather. Featuring: Rowan Jimenez - vocals, percussion Jeremy Allen - bass, vocals, cuatro, percussion Kenya Moses - percussion, vocals Chris Carter - guitar Brian Andres - drums Edgar Lavado - vocals, percussion Henry Hung - trumpet/synth Makini Duewa - dance Oakland’s ...
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Guarandinga: Latin Afro-Pop: Venezuela to Oakland

Guarandinga
With a sound described as Latin Afro-Pop, Guarandinga's music is propelled by heavy Afro-Caribbean beats from the central coast of Venezuela. The band hails from the San Francisco Bay, integrating these rhythms with the gritty East Bay funk that runs deep from Oakland to Richmond. Fronted by the dynamic and charismatic singer/percussionist Rowan Jimenez, Guarandinga plays high-energy music that is alluring and infectious. Featuring: Rowan Jimenez - vocals, cuatro, percussion Jeremy Allen - ...
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