The Bronx Museum presents two hours of music on Family Night: MÚSICA DE LAS ISLAS [Music of the Islands] with Legacy Women on Saturday, July 22, 2017, from 6:00 to 8:00pm at the Target Bronx Community Garden, located at 1025 Anderson Avenue, Highbridge (there is also an entrance on Woodycrest Avenue), Bronx, New York. Legacy Women is an all-women’s traditional musical group rooted in Afro-Dominican and Afro-Puerto Rican traditions.
Description: Legacy Women is an all-women’s traditional musical group rooted in Afro-Dominican and Afro-Puerto Rican traditions. Our women are the next generation of NYC’s most gifted drummers, singers, and dancers of Afro-Caribbean music, including Palos, Congos, Salves, Bomba and other Afro-Indigenous roots music of the Caribbean. Our group makes music that celebrates the fiery, nurturing, defiant, yet wise touch that mujeres (women) have. We recognize that we possess feminine power that holds up our community, and honor the immense contributions women make every day. Our performances are only part of our process of building sisterhood with each other and imbuing our audiences with joy and strength. Featuring original and traditional songs, our sultry and booming vocals, precision drumming and expressive dances encourages everyone to enjoy!
For more information, see http://www.bronxmuseum.org/events/family-night-musica-de-las-islas-legacy-women
See more on Legacy Women at https://legacywomen.wordpress.com/