La Cumbre Invites All Latino/a Artists and Arts & Cultural Organizations to join the Latino Artist Directory
Are you a Latino Artist residing in Upstate NY?
Throughout the year, and especially the months leading up to and during Hispanic Heritage Month, we receive requests from local schools, museums, and organizations for lists of Latino artists, musicians and performers.
Join our directory via this link specific to the Arts and Cultural committee:
1. Join the directory: http://www.roclacumbre.com/joinacdirectory
View the current directory:
2. View the directory: http://www.roclacumbre.com/ac-directory/
You can also submit an event request:
3. Event request: http://www.roclacumbre.com/event-request
La Cumbre can refer these requests directly to local artists and provide opportunities for you and your organization to reach new audiences.
Benefits: By being listed in the Upstate NY Latino Artists Directory, artists will become a Participating Partner Artist of La Cumbre and eligible to be listed as an artists and/or Latino arts organization to participate in some of La Cumbre events. To qualify, you must be a 50% Latino artist residing in Upstate NY and a Member of La Cumbre for at least three (3) months. Contact us for more detail email@example.com.
Buenos Días, My name is Sally Ramirez and Annette Ramos encouraged me to introduce myself to you.
My guitarist & music historian, Doug Robinson, and I present a program to enlighten members of the mainstream community on the subject of Latino cultural diversity.
Latin and World Music: A Journey in Song celebrates the music and composers of various countries in Latin America, including Brazil, Chile, the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe and Spain. We share with our listeners the wonderful music of great composers like Baden Powell, Vinicius de Moraes, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Violeta Parra, Rafael Hernández and Wilkins Vélez.
We perform this music with all original arrangements and interweave our own personal compositions and experiences into the mix.
We love this amazing music and it is an honor and joy to share it!
Attached are a couple of songs from our new CD in the works, "Mar Y Sal/Sea and Salt" (links are below for apple format).
Contigo by Spanish artist: Rosana and Alfonsina y el Mar by Ariel Ramirez. ¡Qué Disfrúten! Sally
Music is a great way to bring the world together. When we open our eyes to the unique beauty of each and every culture, we see ourselves more clearly.
This is great opportunity to showcase our Latino/a Youth.
Everyone is welcome to audition and join us for the performance on July 28th @ 7:30pm @ MuCCC Theater 142 Atlantic Ave.
Free & Family Friendly.
The planning for the 5th Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence is underway! We will be walking on August 20th at 9 am from the Maplewood Rose Garden Park area back to the park for a celebration. This walk has generated tremendous local media and community attention because the message is so critical – domestic violence brings utter devastation to families – especially, to the children who witness violence in their homes.
This walk is truly a grassroots effort and to make it possible for everyone to join, participation is free. Last year, we had over 300 who registered and walked! As an activist, I seek the support of the community to help bring awareness, information, and a light of hope at the end of the tunnel to suffering families. I know firsthand that domestic violence is no joke, as I am a survivor of such harmful actions.
I am writing today to ask for your participation and sponsorship. We need help paying for T-shirts, promotional items, permits, food, water bottles, chair and tent rentals, door prizes, balloons and more. Because of your sponsorship, we will promote your business in our marketing efforts. We’d also like to give tribute to sponsors by awarding diplomas and trophies. These awards can be displayed at your business to show your support for victims, survivors and children impacted by domestic violence.
Thank you for your thoughtful consideration of sponsorship this year. Please contact me before July 7th, 2016 -- no amount is too little and the sky is the limit! If you have any questions, please contact me directly at 595.490.6294 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucila Matos, Founder Walk Against Domestic Violence
Join us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Walkagainstdomesticviolenceroc/
Garth Fagan Dance is recruiting for a full-time Administrator Support Specialist.
Our team needs a detail oriented, organized and systems savvy professional with a passion for dance. This multi-talented individual will possess outstanding computer skills, along with a strong attention to detail and accuracy. He or she will be a masterful builder of interpersonal relationships who possess a strong work ethic and is mission driven.
If this sounds like someone you know, please see the attached job description for more details. Interested candidates must submit their résumé, cover letter and salary requirements to Susanna Kreilick at email@example.com. No phone inquiries please.
Please feel free to pass this job posting along to your contacts and distribution lists.
Do not hesitate to encourage possible candidates to learn more about Garth Fagan Dance by exploring our website at:
Thank you in advance for any help you will give in helping us find the right and perfect person for our team.
Executive Director, Garth Fagan Dance, 50 Chestnut Street, Rochester, NY 14604, 585 454 3260
City of Rochester is seeking proposals for public art for the enhancement of Brooks Landing. There was an informational meeting held June 23, but proposals are being taken until 4:00 P.M., Thursday, July 7, 2016. Click here for more info.
For more information email the Project Manager, Jeff Mroczek.
Help support the development of small and micro-businesses, encourage entrepreneurship, create jobs and strengthen local communities through provision of financial services, marketing, outreach and technical assistance. Click here to view more details.
Application Deadline: July 1, 2016
MCDC will have an open 2-week period to accept applications to fill this position from May 25th 2016 to June 8th 2016.
Separate Is Never Equal is written by Don Bartalo and Annette Ramos which tells a little-known yet important story of the fight to end school discrimination against Mexican-American children
This course is a 60-hour professional development program that prepares bilingual individuals to work as medical interpreters.
Rochester, NY / May 15, 16 – The Puerto Rican Festival officially announces the festival dates for the 47th Annual Puerto Rican Festival. Join us for three days of live music, food, cultural events, and much more.
Theme: Evolution of our Culture
Dates: August 5th – 7th, 2016
Location: Frontier Field VIP Lot
This year marks the festival’s 47th anniversary and as the longest running ethnic festival in Monroe County, the Puerto Rican Festival board is very proud of the history and legacy this festival has in Rochester, NY.
This year, the Puerto Rican Festival will feature:
Friday August 5th – Bachata Heights & Peña Suazo y La Banda Gorda
Saturday August 6th – George Lamond, Charlie Aponte, y J-Alvarez
Sunday August 7th – Ismael Miranda
In addition to the headliners expected, we will have many local bands, dance groups, youth boxing, domino tournament, youth performances, children activities, agency fair, amazing food, and introduction of our Miss Puerto Rico of Rochester cultural pageant 2016 Queen and Princess.
Festival hours are as follows:
Friday: 12:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Paid Admission at 2:00 PM)
Saturday: 12:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Paid Admission at 2:00 PM)
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 7:30 PM (Paid Admission at 12:00 PM)
About the Puerto Rican Festival:
The Puerto Rican Festival was formulated in 1969 for the express purpose of celebrating and recognizing the culture of Puerto Ricans. Puerto Ricans continue to be one of the largest growing Hispanic populations in New York State. This growth now makes Monroe County and the City of Rochester home to the second largest population of Hispanics in New York State.
The Puerto Rican Festival Incorporated sponsors a variety of events, which serve to share and celebrate Puerto Rican culture. The largest event is the Puerto Rican Festival, the longest running cultural festival in the County of Monroe. The festival is an annual three-day event, which averages a daily attendance of 7,000 people of all cultures and ethnic backgrounds.
Please visit our website www.prfestival.com for more up to date information about the festival. Thanks so much!
Contact: Orlando Ortiz, President
Borinquen Dance Theater is interviewing for a Part-Time Program Development Coordinator position. Please click here to download the job description and additional information.
Deadline to apply is Friday, May 27th.
The City of Rochester is seeking candidates for City Assessor. Please see the attached for details regarding this excellent opportunity. Postings started yesterday, and the application deadline is June 15, 2016, so act quickly if you are interested.
Congratulations! Kari Cepero, on the release of her first novel. Oh and she is 16 years old!! Please check it out, this is a major accomplishment.
Diabetes Prevention Health Fair is scheduled for Saturday, May 21, 2016, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM, at St. Michael’s Hall, on Corner of N. Clinton Ave & Clifford Ave
- Exercise and Latin Cooking Demos
- Diabetes Prevention Education, by Dr. Marielena Velez from U of R
- Diabetes Risk Tests by American Diabetes Association
- Health Insurance Enrollment by United HealthCare Community Plan
- Refreshments & Raffles
Good afternoon La Cumbre Members!
Congratulations on an outstanding success with our Spring Renewal Event! There was an excellent turnout of members and supporters, even a surprise or two: Rochester's Mayor Lovely attended, as did local business people and many from our community at large, REOC, and the media. A resounding GRACIAS!!! to all who gave time and effort to make our Spring Renewal excellent and successful! It takes the efforts of many to produce an Event of this kind and the entire community benefits. The crowning achievement of the evening was the brainstorming and idea sharing of issues important to all in the community and is an incredible step towards focusing our collective efforts to the betterment of the Rochester Hispanic community. Ideas are great! but it takes committed people to implement good ideas and realize results. So thank you to the many who volunteered to lead and participate in pursuing the ideas to fruition. The next steps will include compiling results and to document in a report suitable for sharing with everyone.
In our next General Assembly, we will discuss some of these results. Please attend!!!
A Goto Meeting Call-In number will be assigned as we get closer to the meeting.
If you have not already, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOPE (Healthy Outcomes through Participation, Education, and Empowerment)