Latin music


05/16/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat experience the Latin Funk of PALO! They’ll perform compositions from their new CD: PALO! Live in our WLRN TV Studio A. For the past ten years this signature Miami band has been spreading their brand of 'Afro-Cuban Funk' featuring the Grammy-nominated vocalist Leslie Cartaya. This is Cuban music for a new generation. Catch the excitement of PALO!

Carl Juste / Miami Herald

In many ways, Geoffrey Royce Rojas is like millions of other young Latino Americans. He was raised by Dominican parents who came to New York looking for the American dream and struggled to keep their four children out of trouble in a South Bronx neighborhood rife with gangs and drugs.

  Rojas, 24, grew up listening to techno and hip-hop, the Beatles and Jay-Z — and to the sweet, bouncy lilt of Dominican bachata at home and on summer visits to the Dominican Republic. He is matter-of-fact about balancing between two cultures.


08/16/13 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat you can enjoy another live performance from our Miami studios. Two time Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/musician, Elsten Torres, and his band perform original compositions from his latest recording, Waiting For Clouds, featuring beautiful, melodic tunes of life and love. Enjoy the multi-genre, original music of Elsten Torres Friday on South Florida Arts Beat at 1:00pm.

From the favelas of Brazil to the main stages of North America, legendary Brazilian singer-songwriter Seu Jorge will perform a free show this Saturday at the Hollywood ArtsPark.

Opening sets are by the Brazilian Voices choir and Rose Max's samba set.

Music! Life! Culture! Cuba!

Mar 6, 2013

Music! Life! Culture!  Join us as find out what los sones means to the people and music of Cuba!  "Los Cien Sones de Cuba," Tonight at 8pm on WLRN Channel 17!

In the world of norteño music, a boisterous, accordion-driven genre of Mexican music, there is no bigger act than Los Tigres Del Norte. Think of the Rolling Stones in English-language rock and roll, and you'll get an idea. The band boasts the same kind of longevity (some 45 years since its inception) and stadium-filling power across the world.