¡Noche de Salsa! Come dance to your favorite salsa songs to celebrate International Women's Day.
This event will begin with a salsa class with MetaMovement's Eli Pabón! If you'd like to participate in the group class, please arrive by 7:30pm and select the "Admission and Salsa Class" ticket option. The class will start right at 7:30 and end by dancing with 3nity's first songs. All levels, and no need to have a partner ;). Doors open at 7:00pm.
3nity is the first latin female band in Boston founded with the mission of redefine what it means to be a female in the music industry while inspiring other artists who have been through gender-based injustices, immigration status and discriminatory treatments. On International Women's Day, they come together to celebrate with a Salsa Night! All are welcome to dance and party.
We'll have Caribbean food, drink, and merch for sale // Habrá comida, bebida y mercancía a la venta.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston CulturalCouncil and administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
3nity sounds are conformed by a unique combination of cultures from Latin America, North America, and Africa. These amazing women met at Berklee College of Music, where they felt powerful magic by making music together.
For centuries, and in many different cultures, femininity has been understood to be a synonym for weak, fragile, pretty, and lady-like. These gendered stereotypes impact the ways in which success is understood in different fields. 3nity has members from multiple countries of Latin America and around the world, who have decided to migrate searching for better opportunities in the music industry and to be freed of oppression.
Performing in big and small venues for all type of audiences around the world, some of them have had the pleasure sharing the stage with big names in the music industry such as: Annie Lennox, Willie Nelson, Alejandro Sanz, Rosa Passos, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Bill Whelan, Simon Phillips, Carole King and many more. They opened for El Gran Combo from Puerto Rico at the Hispanic Festival in the USA.
Entrance: CROMA is located in the first level of Arlington Street Church. Enter through Alley #438 next to 20 Arlington Street.
Discount parking available: Entrance on 199 Clarendon St - $10 for up to 11 hours, park as usual and ask for discount details at our bar.