The Afro-Peruvian Sextet is Livestreaming!

March 27, 2020

March 27, 2020

5:00 PM To 6:30 PM



Event Description

COVID-19 may have cancelled public performances… but not if we go online and play for you there!
The Gabriel Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet is one of the most entertaining bands on the planet.
And we will be damned if we are going to skirt our responsibility to keep you entertained and inspired during these difficult times.. With events being cancelled every day, we want to provide a bright spot in all of that.

How will this work?

Once you purchase your ticket, you will have access to the live stream. We will contact you via email with login-instructions the day before the concert. All you need is a computer, laptop, tablet or mobile device and access to the internet. Headphones are recommended (not required).

The upside is that you can can curl up in the couch and escape with us on your own… or watch with your family! Whatever is best for you…

We will be streaming the concert from an acoustically perfect hall near New York City. We are investing in a three-camera shoot for this with lighting set up especially for you and as best a sound as we can muster!
More than a concert, you will experience a true movement around one mission: Afro-Peruvian jazz music.
And in times like these, we need to persevere and make good on the saying THE SHOW MUST GO ON!

If you like drums and drumming… you will love this show!
If you love beautiful melodies and rich harmonies… this is for you!
If you like music that gives you something that you can feel AND ALSO something to think about… this is for you!
Afro-Peruvian jazz music is a growing movement and tradition that we know will capture your heart and imagination for life.

We could not imagine simply cancelling our live engagements… so we are taking it online.  We’re looking forward to performing our hearts out for you online and across the world!


How to Register?

The show is livestreaming from New York at 8PM Eastern. 

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