@circa95 joins the @carnegiehall Weill Institute of Music & More!

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Wassup Mi Gente! 

Check out some of the latest projects we have cooking up in the kitchen. From a performance in the South Bronx Cultral Trail Festival to working with Carnegie Hall. 

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 SOUTH BRONX CULTURE TRAIL FESTIVAL: CINEMUSICA CITY!  
HIP-HOP PROJECTIONS AND PERFORMANCE @ PEOPLE’S PARK 
October 17th 
Location: Brook Avenue corner of 141 Street, BX, NY 10454 
Time: 7:15–7:45 PM 
Projection: Hip Hop Pioneers 
Live Performance at Site: Circa ‘95 Featuring The Rhyme Factory 

Free and open to everyone! 

A celebration of historic concert halls and movie theaters as well as a look into our future generation of our talented Bronx youth.  Along with reanimating long-forgotten South Bronx cinemas and concert halls with larger-than-life projections of vintage footage from music greats such as Tito Puente, La Lupe, Grandmaster Flash and GrandWizzard Theodore.

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Circa '95 is the latest addition to join Carnegie Hall ! 
We will be working with The Weill Institute of Music to create musical expeirences for a wide range of audiences and nurture the next generation of musical artists and innovators.  We are thankful and appreciate the opportunity. To learn more about Carnegie Hall programs visit www.carnegiehall.org



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A big shout out goes to The Smithsonian Museum for inviting Circa '95 to perform in the Portrait Gallery for Hispanic Heritage Month Family Day Celebration. It was a great day in DC.  The space was beautiful. The museum was filled with plenty of activites for families.




We also met some really awesome Latinos from all over the east coast. Like visual artist Micheal Vazsquez, who is from Miami and his work is currently on exhibiion at the Smithsonian. 

                                                                                        Painting by Micheal Vasquez 


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 Earlier this month the Bronx received a visit from Jane Chu, Chairman of the NEA (National Endownment for the Arts). We were invited to spend a lovely morning speaking with Ms. Chu about Music, Art and Culture in The Bronx. We hope that it turns into much needed funding for the Bronx to continue to thrive artistically. Look for the Bronx Music Heritage Center coming soon! #BRONXMUSIC 

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To Book Circa '95 Email us ::: info@Circa95.com

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