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Latino Culture in New York

Salsa_3The city is also the birthplace of many American cultural movements, such as the Harlem Renaissance in literature and visual art, abstract expressionism (also known as the New York School) in painting, and hip hop, 5 and Tin Pan Alley punk6 in music.  In 2005, nearly 170 languages ​​were spoken in the city, and 36% of its population was born outside the US.7 8 With its subway operates 24 hours a day and the constant movement of traffic and people, New York is known as "the city that never sleeps."

The music industry is closely related to New York, its neighborhoods, its people and its particular atmosphere. The most famous song is probably "New York, New York", composed by John Kander and Fred Ebb written for the eponymous film with Liza Minnelli, but would really famous years later with a version of Frank Sinatra. This song praises New York, claiming it city where everything possible increasing their attractiveness on worldwide.

The New Yorker fame in the 1970s and 1980s brought two Englishmen to live on the edge of Central Park: Mick Jagger and John Lennon, the latter killed near the park on December 8, 1980. Rolling Stones to the city mentioned in the song "Shattered" from the album Some Girls, 1978. Building in Greenwich Village used in Friends, where the characters supposedly live.

Tom's Restaurant, Restaurant Manhattan called Monk's Cafe in Seinfeld.

The city is a hotbed of musical events and a stop on the tours by international artists. They are also famous for its jazz clubs, a genre that had a major boost in the city.

This city has also had a major influence by many Latino immigrants who have entered in recent decades, this has been seen in their language, their customs and look as important as the music.  Salsa is a Caribbean rhythm that has come to NY with great force, and many New Yorkers who now are interested in learning to dance this rhythm. That's why now seen in all sectors of the city, dance schools, places to dance, and night spots dedicated to the sauce.

Fortunately, it has created virtual events calendar on the web where we can meet the high activity in New York salsa, to be aware of the best events and visits from our favorite artists and groups.

By this time, if our favorite tunes are the salsa, merengue and bachata, all you have to do is search the web, calendar of Caribbean music, where you will find events 7 days a week, 24 hours with full address details, phone numbers, prices, artists, etc ... for this if you love Latin music, please go to enjoy it in NY City in USA sauce.

Author: Andres Colmenares.  To learn more about Salsa New York , you can always find it on the web as salsa nyc

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