Monday November 11-Sunday November 18

An Evening with David Broza
His virtuosic guitar playing fuses Israeli, Spanish, and English musical influences; his flamenco rhythms blend with intricate rock-and-roll finger picking. His enduring career has been defined by over twenty-five successful albums and numerous awards.
A steadfast humanitarian, Broza has worked to spread a message of peace through his music; since 1977, he has devoted substantial attention to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Songs such as the hit “Yihye Tov” and “Belibi” – a collaboration with the Palestinian music group Sabreen – have earned the performer accolades from critics and societies including Search for Common Ground, which applauds his commitments to peace. His dedication to promoting Israeli-Spanish relations and worldwide tolerance earned Broza a Spanish royal medal of honor from King Juan Carlos I in 2009.
City Winery 8pm
1200 W Randolph St, Chicago

” Sur 2″ at Taste of Peru
duet formed by Diana Mosquera ( Vocals) and Daniel Gomez ( Guitar). These two talented musicians will take you on a journey through South-America by delighting you with their melodies and rythms. “Sur 2” also interprets a great variety of trova songs from different Latin- American composers. “Taste of Peru”with its’ exquisite traditional peruvian dishes is the perfect stage for “sur 2”. There is no cover and it’s BYOB. Join “Sur 2” every Monday and for a few hours you will travel in time to the depths of South-American food, culture and music.
Taste of Peru 7pm-10pm
6545 N Clark Street, Chicago


An evening with Kathak Arts center
Join distinguished Kathak dance and Hindustani vocal artist Ms. Tanushree Sarkar for an evening of exquisite north Indian classical dance form and unique vocal performance. She will be joined by Pt. Naren Budhadkar on tabla.
The Old Town School of Folk Music 8.30pm FREE! ($10 suggested donation)
4544 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago

Yasuko Yokoshi: Bell, a work in progress
Get a sneak peek at a compelling new dance-theater work-in-progress by choreographer Yasuko Yokoshi and an international ensemble of musicians and dancers. Developed in part during an artistic residency at the University of Chicago, Bell reimagines one of the most important and difficult works in the classical Japanese kabuki theater repertoire, Kyoganoko Musume-Dojoji (A Woman and a Bell at the Dojoji Temple). Yasuko Yokoshi will create a new dance-theater work that continues her in-depth research of the parallel aesthetics of traditional and contemporary forms and the authenticity and ownership of culture. The audience will have the opportunity to experience the work in its current iteration and to participate in a Q&A with the artist after the showing.
Assembly Hall 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m free and open to the public
International House at the University of Chicago, 1414 East 59th Street, Chicago, (773) 753-2270

Planeta Azul & Passistas Samba Dancers at Global Dance Party
Dill Costa will teach a Brazilian dance class at 8:30 PM.
Planeta Azul, led by Luciano Antonio, is a fusion of uniquely gifted musicians and lovely dancers (“Passistas”) who bring the splendor of Brazilian music and dance to every event, celebrating the beauty of sound, movement and culture!
Old Town School of Folk Music/The Myron R. Szold Music & Dance Hall 8.30pm $10
4545 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago

The Balkan Invasion feat. Black Bear Combo & RomaSoul (Balkan dance party)
Black Bear Combo is Chicago’s premier Brass/Reed Gypsy/Balkan band! A raucous mutt inspired by traditional music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans filtered through their own free jazz and rock backgrounds. Since 2002 they’ve brought their sound to rock clubs, basements, festivals, the white house, weddings, funerals, parties and street corners across the country. You will not be able to stop dancing!
DJ Romasoul is originally from Sarajevo, but has been residing in Chicago since 1995. Creating a mixture of global sounds and house and elektro music Dj Romasoul aka Maja Bijedic has made people dance across a wide variety of venues in Chicago
Subterranean 10pm $5
2011 W. North Ave, Chicago

” Coming to say goodbye” and Live music by Princess of Futa
show a short documentary on HIV/AIDS in Africa and music at 10pm
Heartland Cafe 9pm $5
7000 N Glenwood, Chicago 773-465-8005

AfriCaribe’s Monthly Bombazo & Academy Recital
Please join Africaribe, and Paseo Boricua’s community for Africaribe’s Monthly Bombazo and Academy Recital.
7pm – AfriCaribe Student Academy Recital, 8pm – Bombazo
With Special Performance by: Laura Dances Chicago – Belly Dance ABC – Alliance of Boricuas in Chicago, OLAS
All are welcomed to dance, sing, drum, clap and celebrate Bomba en Chicago!.
Afri-Caribe Cultural Center, 2547 W. Division, Chicago

Paulinho Garcia Quartet (SAMBA)
w/ Paulinho Garcia (guitar & vocals) showcasing Chicago’s best percussionists
Katerina’s 10pm $10
1920 W. Irving Park Rd., Chicago, 773-348-7592

Chicago Urbanite Rumba Reggae Thanksgiving Party w/Live music by NuBambu
NuBambu WILL BE FILMING FOR their MUSIC VIDEO and want YOU to be in the footage. Come out with your dance moves and support the band’s video. It will be FUN!
Underground Wonder Bar 8pm $10
710 N. Clark St., Chicago

“REVEL” w/with selectahs DJ BLAKISH & PAPA G
spinning the best of Reggae.Dancehall.Hip-Hop.Funk.Soul
Taxim 10pm -3am Free with RSVP till midnight/$5 after
1558 N. Milwaukee, Chicago

Global Late Nite @ Underground Wonder Bar ! Featuring DJ’s FLX, Kino & Mwelwa!
The mix: House, Zouk, Reggae, Salsa, Afrobeat, Bachata, Kwaito, Samba, Dancehall, Kizomba, Merengue, Ndombolo, Soca, Soukous, Cumbia, Calypso, Cabo Love, Coupe Decale, Kompa…
Underground Wonder Bar 11pm-5am Free with password: AKASUBA before 12am, $5 thereafter
710 N. Clark Street.TEL: (312) 266.7761



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s