Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
(April 24, 2010) Lehman Center for the Performing Arts presented Legends of Salsa 3, featuring singing sensations Sully Díaz, Yolandita Rivera, Choco Orta and Cita Rodriguez. The concert was a celebration of the lives of three legendary women of Afro-Cuban music: Celia Cruz, La Lupe and Graciela.
Another sold-out audience grooved to nearly two and a half hours of classic salsa by the group that features its founder Don Enrique Lucca Caraballo and his son the pianist of Fania fame Papo Lucca. They were graced with performances by BOMBERITO ZARZUELA, TITO ALLEN, RAFY SANTANA, PETE NADER, JIMMY BOSCH, YOMO TORO, and NELSON GONZALEZ.
What a rare occasion to celebrate 55 years of being in the music business, and NY Boricuas were there in full force to honor La Sonora Ponceña.
(June 13, 2009) EL GRAN COMBO is the longest surviving Latin music group from Puerto Rico. The veterans made the scene @ the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts to launch a super-charged weekend of events honoring the Puerto Rican community nationally. They were joined by an exciting young group called LA EXCELENCIA.
(May 29, 2009) Five-time Grammy Award and three-time Latin Grammy-winning Merengue and Latin Pop artist Olga Tañón came to Lehman Center for the Performing Arts to deliver an unbelievable night of song and dance.