Traditional Cuban Music from Tito y Su Son de Cuba
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The last date listed for Tito y Su Son de Cuba was Saturday July 18, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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Tito y su Son de Cuba brings traditional Cuban "son" music popularized in the states by the film Buena Vista Social Club. Born and raised near Havana, Heriberto "Tito" Gonzalez drives his 11-piece band with his love for the traditional music of his homeland Cuba. The wooden dance floor is waiting - come Salsa or sit back and enjoy.
About the Ticket Supplier: Osher Marin JCC
The JCC's performing arts are anchored by its renowned CenterStage events, a stunning annual lineup of world-class musicians, actors, humorists, writers and more. Presented in the intimate Hoytt Theater and outdoors under summer skies on Swig Field, performances run the gamut from classical and world music to cabaret, solo theater to author conversations.