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Malpaso returns to NYC

Bailarines entre los Bastidores (Dancers in the Wings)

In May 2014 Katzenstein was introduced to the Cuban contemporary dance troupe Malpaso. He photographed them in rehearsal at the Joyce Theater in New York City. 75 more words

David Katzenstein

Malpaso returns to NYC

Bailarines entre los Bastidores (Dancers in the Wings)

In May 2014 I was introduced to the Cuban contemporary dance troupe Malpaso. I photographed them in rehearsal at the Joyce Theater in New York City. 74 more words

Photography

Cuba: The Conversation Continues Receives 2 Grammy Nominations

December 7, 2015: Cuba: The Conversation Continues was nominated today for two Grammy Awards – Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album and Best Instrumental Composition (The Afro Latin Jazz Suite). 133 more words

Fine Art

The Afro Latin Jazz Suite by Arturo O'Farrill wins Grammy for best Instrumental Composition

February 15, 2016: Arturo O’Farrill’s The Afro Latin Jazz Suite won the Grammy for Best Instrumental Composition. The suite is performed on Cuba: The Conversation Continues by the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, featuring Rudresh Mahanthappa. 136 more words

David Katzenstein

Selected Events (09/08) + GallerySpecialExhibits: Chelsea

Today’s Super 6 > TUESDAY / SEPT. 08, 2015

“We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to.” We make it as easy as 1-2-3. 1,701 more words

Musician To Travel From Miami To Havana For Embassy Opening

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The first track on the yet-to-be-released album “Cuba: The Conversation Continues” is called “The Triumphant Journey.” And the man behind the music will make a special journey of his own Friday to Cuba. 370 more words

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CUBA: The Conversation Continues

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Recorded in Havana 48 hours after President Obama announced his plan to normalize relations between the U.S. and Cuba, Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra’s “Cuba: The Conversation Continues” is a powerful statement, a juxtaposition of music and current events. 84 more words

David Katzenstein