Afro-Latino Drum Circle and Concert with Chota Madre

Chota Madre

January 25, 2013 9pm


1000 N. Milwaukee (top floor) Chicago 60642

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Suggested Donation: $7

Join Quennect4+Chicago Urbanite+Rockotitlan in a presentation of Afro Latino roots music.

Featuring a drum circle session and concert with:


Live from New York!

Musica Afro Ecuatoriana

the only Ecuadorian band outside of Ecuador that promotes Afro-Ecuadorian bomba music.

We will also have a demonstration of Afro-Peruvian rhythms

FANDANGUERO (Son Jarocho/Son Cubano)

Son jarocho comes from Veracruz, a state in the Gulf Coast region of Mexico, where three different cultures — Spanish, indigenous and African — came together more than 500 years ago.

DJ Sunny Daze spinning on the dance floor all night.
(Cumbia/Salsa/Funk/Global Beats)

Plus ++++ a DRUM CIRCLE

What is a drum circle?

A drum circle is any group of people playing (usually) hand-drums and percussion in a circle.
Typically, people gather to drum in drum “circles” with others from the surrounding community. The drum circle offers equality because there is no head or tail. It includes people of all ages. The main objective is to share rhythm and get in tune with each other and yourself and to create a community

It is suggested to bring a percussion instrument or anything that can be banged on to make noise can be used as a percussion instrument such as cans, buckets, pipes, etc. You can also bring any other musical instrument.
One need not possess or purchase a drum or be a musician to participate. The participants make up the music as they go along, using their listening and playing skills to make musical connections and express themselves in any way that feels right. Participation is voluntary and often includes drumming, singing or chanting, dancing, and listening.

MONSIEUR PAMPLEMOUSSE, one of the hottest jewelry designers in Chicago, will be at our party offering a super special discount of 50 to 65% off his gorgeous jewelry!

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