Starbucks brings new música and cultura to our community as part of “Noches Culturales”
Starbucks has partnered with Emmy award-nominated host and producer of “Té Para Tres con Pili Montilla” to host a series of Noches Culturales (Cultural Nights) highlighting music from the Hispanic community. Customers in New York are invited to attend this special music event featuring Danay Suárez!
When: Thursday July 10, 2014
Where: Starbucks (Washington Heights)
New York, NY 10034
Time: 7-9 PM
Open to the community!
About Danay Suárez
Danay Suárez, was born in Havana, Cuba in 1984. Where as her application to Cuba’s musical conservatory was denied, she never gave up on her dream. Danay joined “Opera de la Calle” in 2003 which allowed her to train and furter expand her sound spectrum. She later went on to become one of the principal figures in Cuba’s underground Rap movement. Danay’s ability to adapt has allowed her to thrive in different genres such as Jazz, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Dub-Step and traditional Cuban music. Her collaborations as a Havana Cultura solo artist took her to international stages and between 2009 – 2012 participated in shows in Paris, Manchester, London, Amsterdam, Turkey and Leeds. In 2013 she headlined Colombia’s famed festival “Hip-Hop al Parque” where she sang before an audience of 120,000 fans. She has shared the stage and collaborated with Omara Portuondo, Roberto Fonseca, Robert Glasper, Gilles Peterson, X-Alfonso, Raul Paz, DJ Mala, Roberto Carcase and Interactivo. Danay is currently working on her much anticipated album “Palabras Manuales” which will be released through Universal Music in 2014.