A Cuba Libre accompanies this casual concert that marries classical chamber music to sultry Latin beats. This Cuban concert features the music of Pacquito D'Rivera, Leo Brouwer, Jose Ardevol, and the Bueno Vista Social Club.
Presented as part of INTERSECTIONS festival at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, Feb 22 – Mar 10, 2013
Event begins at 7:00PM
Presented by: Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival
Featured Artist(s): All Points West
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