The Curtis Brothers at O'Day Park
July 28, 2011
Grammy Award-winning bassist Luques Curtis, and his brother, Grammy-nominated pianist Zaccai are rising stars on the New York jazz circuit. Individually or together, they have performed with Herbie Hancock, Eddie Palmieri, Jimmy Greene, Chick Correa, Jerry Gonzalez, Gary Burton, Donald Harrison, Lauryn Hill, Cindy Blackman, and Christian Scott, among others.
The Tito Puente Latin Music Series takes place in June, July, and August at outdoor locations across Boston. The seven-concert series is an infectious soundscape of salsa, timba, mambo, bolero, jazz, funk, soul, groove, and more. Performers include Berklee faculty, students, alumni, and world-renowned artists from Puerto Rico, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Cuba, and throughout Latin America.
Tito Puente Latin Music Series is presented by Berklee College of Music, Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, ParkARTS, and the Mayor's Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events. The series is part of Berklee’s Summer in the City, which features over 80 free outdoor concerts throughout the Boston area from May to September. As presenting sponsor of the 2011 concert series, Natixis Global Asset Management is committed to preserving cultural experience through the power of music.