Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Photo: Singer Tito Nieves continues to represent the crème de la crème of NYC salseros @ Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
( October 21, 2017) Lehman Center for the Performing Arts opened its arms to welcome back home salsa tenor Tito Nieves. The endearing singer, recognized world-wide as “El Pavarotti de la Salsa,” returned to The Bronx, having just finished a successful run with the hit off-Broadway show “I Like It Like That” (PRTT).
PHOTO: “King of Boogaloo” Pete Rodriguez (left) liking it like that with a little help from his friends @ Lehman Center
(September 30, 2017) The pioneers of “Latin Boogaloo” returned to the stage at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. Promoter Richie Bonilla presented “Boogaloo Extravaganza” headlining some of the prominent players from the era.
(April 8, 2017) Now, into its 36th Season, Lehman Center for the Performing Arts continues to be the premier gateway to the world in The Bronx. With that vision outward, they still remain firm in their commitment to those genres that have contributed to the musical heritage of our borough.
(October 15, 2016) “La Princesa de la Salsa” delivered a stunning performance to a packed audience at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. Linda Viera Caballero, “La India” as she is known world-wide, gave her emotional return to The Bronx a celebratory tone of remembrance to the great influences in her singing career, now spanning three decades.
(September 17, 2016) “La Casa de la Salsa” Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is back with its 36th Season calendar. Headlining the center’s premier event was Eddie Palmieri & Friends and Del Caribe Latin Jazz All-Stars.
(May 7, 2016) “La Casa de La Salsa” Lehman Center for the Performing Arts continued its 36th Anniversary season with yet another “sold-out” concert. “El León De La Salsa” Oscar D’León returned to the Bronx to deliver a dazzling performance of his superstar Venezuelan swing.
(April 16, 2016) The outstanding Grupo Niche from Colombia kicked off its 35th Anniversary celebration at “La Casa de la Salsa” — Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. The tight, well-polished 10-piece band with its three front men gave the packed house two sets of driving swing and up-beat romance.