The third annual Uma Nota Festival of Tropical Expressions is four days of music, arts and culture from across the Americas. The live music and DJ lineup, with acts from New York City, the U.K. and Brazil, as well as the best of the local scene, represents the city’s most tangible manifestation of the Pan American experience. This year’s festival embraces global innovators and still celebrates the city’s kaleidoscope of tropical groove.
Tsingory Dance and Music of Madagascar Malagasy drumming is traditionally used for healing ceremonies, celebrations, dancing and communicating with our ancestors. Madagascar is a Creole nation. The music has Asian, Arabic and African rhythmic influences.
Creole Soul is an exploration of Charles musical roots featuring sounds from the French, Spanish and English speaking Caribbean as well as North America, Creole Soul highlights myriad inspirations from Haitian Creole chants and blues to bebop and R while drawing on an array of rhythms including Rocksteady, Reggae, Bel Air, Kongo and Calypso.