(PRWEB) July 13, 2013
Piel Canela’s third annual “Que Rico Mambo 3: Romantico” dance production, which was originally scheduled at the Apollo Theater, recently moved to Marian Anderson Theatre at Aaron Davis Hall, located on the campus of City College in Historic Harlem.
The show will be held July 19 and 20 at 8 p.m. both nights. Tickets are $30-$40 per person and can be purchased on the Piel Canela website, http://onlinestore.pielcaneladancers.com/quericomambo3.aspx.
The show features 24 dancers from the Piel Canela Dance Company performing to popular salsa songs from the 1980s and 1990s. The show also features documentary shorts from industry musicians and vocalists discussing the elements that typify salsa music from those decades. This event also marks the official joining of the ‘Alma de Piel Canela’ Adolescent Dancers and the ‘Kids Team’ Youth Dancer to the Piel Canela Dance Company.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available for the “Que Rico Mambo 3” show. Sponsorships are available for a $500 buy in and include a corporate logo incorporated into all event marketing, four VIP tickets to the show, reception table representation at the show and much more. Spirit Cruises and Lara Designs have already signed on as sponsors. All proceeds will go toward funding the on-going cultural education efforts at Piel Canela – Center for Latin Cultural Arts.
Spirit Cruises is also hosting an after party on July 20 after the evening’s performance. The boat is located at Chelsea Piers and departs at 12am. Ticket holders are encouraged to join.
About the Company:
Piel Canela began 13 years ago with five students learning Salsa and has since become the largest Latin dance school in New York City. Piel Canela Dance School offers over 140 classes a week, in over 20 different styles of dance (including Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Cha Cha, Zouk, Kizomba, Reggaeton, Hustle, Swing, Samba, Tango, Hip Hop, Zumba, Flamenco and more) with different levels of expertise. Piel Canela has grown beyond a traditional dance school and is now offering classes in Latin music, spoken Spanish language and fitness. Recently launched Piel Canela Events organizes Latin dance productions, connecting the community with Latin arts and culture. Visit their website for more information http://www.pielcanelaartcenter.com/.