Description

This May Belfast based group Los Dramáticos invite you to accompany them on a musical journey through the cultures of the Latin world.

Stunning arrangements of well-known songs played with soul and bravura from around Latin America and Spain on 10-string charango (Victor Henríquez), flamenco guitar (Paddy Anderson) and percussion (Steve Davis) are interspersed with surprising and humorous stories from their personal encounters with Latin music and culture.
Joyful melodies, hot rhythms and beautiful harmonies combine with tragic lyrics in music from the melting pots of Cuba, Chile, Bolivia, Mexico, Argentina and those other mysterious places where Africa, Asia and Europe
meet.
Bring along a bottle to this BYO event and then sit back and relax on this musical voyage.
Tickets & Pricing
  • Standard £10.00-£12.00

Crescent Arts Centre

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