Known for his mix of "straight-ahead jazz, gritty soul music, and infectious melodies and rhythms," Sanchez will be sharing the latin jazz that is, in his opinion, "the world's greatest music. They created something that didn't exist before in this country. I'm very proud to take this music all over the world all the time. To learn more about Poncho Sanchez, visit the artist's website. Crossroads Music presented a hour marathon concert of Hindustani North Indian classical music, featuring leading musicians from India and the United States. Arun Ramamurthy is a violinist, composer, and artistic director of Brooklyn Raga Massive, a collective of forward-thinking musicians rooted in and inspired by the classical music of India.
Richard Olsen - Big Band Swing Orchestra for Corporate Events and Parties
The main topics discussed during the event were how spectrum liberalization has energized the market in some countries in the region, and the importance of having achieved coordination and harmonization between our countries to make the best use of the spectrum. The future was also discussed, as well as the value of identifying new bands at the right times for disruptive mobile technologies such as 5G, which will allow for times more data volume, more secure transactions, much lower latency, greater energy efficiency, and battery life 10 times higher than today, to finally solidify the vision of the Networked Society. The Ericsson Mobility Report predicts that between and , Latin America will go from consuming 1. The report also forecasts that by , connected things—such as cars, machines, utility service meters, remote meters and electronic devices—will exceed the number of connected phones. In the face of this scenario, it is crucial to harmonize the spectrum, which has always been complex at both the global level and in Latin America, but quite necessary, given that the radio spectrum is a limited resource.
Rumba, a new-world fusion of Latin and African idioms
For more than 25 years, Cal State San Bernardino has held a a series of free outdoor concerts each Wednesday night during the summer — drawing some 70, listeners to enjoy more than acts. Led by bassist Moe Estevene, the member band is in its 37th year of performing in the Inland area and Southern California. Admission to Summer Wednesdays concert series is free and there is complimentary parking in Lot D. Each show will take place in the Lower Commons Plaza, starting at 7 p.
Besides being an entertainment channel, Latin music is also a powerful tool when it comes to define and represent different social realities. One of the issues that Latin music has touched extensively is immigration. The nostalgia and cruel realities people experience when moving from south to north have been depicted in different hits from every corner of the Latin music universe.