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Little Havana Part 2 of 4, Band OMBE, Ryde, sydney 21 mar 2015

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Harmony Day & Little Havana Street Fair

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Gonzalo Porta Band - Latin Dance party

Part 2 or 4 Harmony Day OMBE & Little Havana Street Fair
Tango Milonga under the stars.
Little Havana Street Fair, 21 Mar 2015

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Last Harmony Day performance of Ryde Harmonry Day
Celebrate Harmony Day with a Latino Twist
From maraca making to Macapella, from Spanish opera to Salsa dancing, the City of Ryde will sway to a Latino beat to celebrate Harmony Day in a festival of inclusiveness, respect and belonging.

This year Harmony Day celebrate its 15th birthday … and everyone is invited to the party at Top Ryde City Piazza dining area between 10.00am – 4.00pm on Saturday 21 March 2015 to enjoy music and cultural performances and thank the people in our community who make our diverse city so amazing.

You are also invited to leave a message on our ‘Everybody Belongs Thank You’ wall and drop into Ryde Library where there will be free activities and festivities from 11.00am.
Mayor, Bill Pickering, said Ryde’s population diversity makes it an exceptional international city: “Forty-two percent of residents here speak a language other than English at home. This makes the City of Ryde one of the most diverse communities in our State.
“Our commitment to ensure that everyone who lives here ‘feels like a local’ is expressed in every day life and in special community celebrations like Harmony Day.”
For more information and to view the program visit the Harmony Day page.
Band OMBE is an amazing visual and audio show that captures the essence of Latin American music of Afro origin. The Drums and the Dance combine with infectious melodies and power vocals to deliver an exciting and captivating show. This afro-uruguayan band can be compared to its neighbouring counterparts of Brazil, Peru, Colombia and Cuba, but the differences and overall appeal has set them apart with a strong emphasis on its vocal and drumming arrangements, highlighted superbly by its power house brass section.
A flow of lead singers and backing vocalists that double as percussionists and dancers, keep the show fresh, exciting and always offers the unexpected. An ensemble of over 14 musicians gives Band OMBÉ a presence on stage that excites and moves. Reminiscent of big bands, with an afro-uruguayan flavour!

Little Havana Street Fair

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