CUBORICUA TO BRING LATIN DANCE TO THE FALCON THIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

(September 18, 2017) – The name Cuboricua was inspired by the music of Cuba and Puerto Rico. Cuboricua identifies with the rhythms and melodies of the caribbean; Salsa, Son, Rumba, Bomba, Plena, as well as Merengue. The veteran musicians of this conjunto, to their credit, have performed and recorded with world renown artists such as Celia Cruz, Pete “El Conde” Rodriquez, Eddie Palmieri, Monguito “el unico”, los Kimbos, and the New Swing Sextet to name a few. This conjunto creates a traditional/modern energetic sound by placing the interlocking rhythmic figures of percussion and Cuban Tres under a smoothly swinging melody to create a new sound.

This Friday, September 22 Cuboricua will be performing at the Falcon in Marlboro on the main stage. The show will begin at 8:00pm.

As always at the Falcon, there is no cover charge, or tickets required to get in – but attendees are greatly encourage to donate so that the venue can continue to support local, live artists and music.

The Falcon is located at 1348 Route 9W in Marlboro.