Super Cuban Night With Cuchillo E Palo, Salsa Rueda Class & Performance

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Super Cuban Night With Cuchillo E Palo, Salsa Rueda Class & Performance

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9:15- 10pm pm - Intro Salsa Rueda Class 10:00-11:00pm Cuchillo de Palo 11:00-11:30pm Salsa Rueda Performance with Salsa Candela group's on the break 11:30-1:00am Cuchillo de Cuchillo e' Palo Cost: $10 BYOB "Cuchillo e Palo" is a recently formed band from Austin that mixes latin and tropical music; its components have been playing in different latin bands here in Austin such as "O Positivo", "Los Vigilantes", Son Five", "Ritmo Tres". Its musicians include: Luis Angel Ibanez, Raul "Wawi" Cabrera, Noah Mosgofian, Noslen, Rolin Cabrera & Gustavo Barrera. The main purpose of the band is to preserve the rich musical Latin tradition. About Salsa Rueda o Rueda de Casino: Rueda de Casino was developed in Havana, Cuba in the late 1950s and early 1960s by the group Guaracheros de Regla and one of its main choreographers and creators was Jorge Alfaro from San Miguel del PadrĂ³n, a soloist of a comparsa. As a result of the Castro regime, many Cubans emigrated to the US, many to the Miami area. With them they took their culture including various foods, music and dancing. Rueda de Casino began to slowly make its way into the Miami salsa community and in the late 1980s and early 1990s it experienced an enormous explosion of popularity. From Miami, Rueda de Casino spread first to major U.S. metropolitan centers with large Hispanic populations and eventually to other cities, becoming a popular dance around the world.[1] In 2014, the first International Rueda de Casino Multi Flash Mob took place in which people from 67 countries, including 199 cities, danced Rueda de Casino simultaneously You tube video:
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