Come enjoy sounds of Latin Jazz from Frank and 3 to Clave at the Orange Sticks, led by Frank Villafañe and featuring Afro-Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Brazilian rhythms. The Diaspora comes together at Newark’s riverfront!
Latin Jazz with Frank and 3 to Clave
Friday, September 5, 2014, 7 pm
Newark Riverfront Park Orange Sticks (see map)
Raymond Blvd between Van Buren & Somme Streets
Free & open to the public!
Bring lawnchairs, blankets, & picnic dinners!
Call (201) 341-8311 or email Newark Riverfront Revival for more information. The Orange Sticks at Newark Riverfront Park are near 1 Somme Street, Newark, NJ 07105, a 10-minute walk from Newark Penn Station. The NJ Transit #1 bus stops at Ferry & Fillmore, 3 blocks from the park. Free public parking is available along Raymond Blvd between Somme & Van Buren Streets or near the Riverfront Park Sports Fields at the corner of Raymond Blvd & Freeman Street, a 10-minute walk.
Frank received his musical training here at Rutgers University where he studied with Kenny Barron, Walter Bishop Jr., Ted Dunbar and Frank Foster. Frank has shared the stage with such Latin Jazz luminaries as Eddie Palmieri, Richie Flores, Mario Rivera, Louis Romero, and Alfredo De La Fe.
Download flyer here.