People were out and about at O’day park last week to see Cinco Son perform as part of the Tito Puente Music Series. Be it on stoops, in the streets, sidewalks, or the park itself, people we’re all over and excited to be there!
And now … Hawaii
Berklee is a truly entrepreneurial place. A school that started in 1945, in Lawrence Berk’s teaching studio, with a big idea and a lot of heart, has somehow hung onto the notion that if you can extend yourself to bring music to the people, and do some good in the process, they will respond in kind.
Today was yet another beautiful day at the prudential with kids running around and lots of smiling faces. I arrived on scene just as the music started and was able to finally hear the voice of a guy who I had seen around campus for the past few years. This week, Mario Jose and his band performed. The feeling of summer instantly washed over the audience.
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