Bruton Festival of Arts in collaboration with Take Art are delighted to bring the highly acclaimed Son Yambu to Bruton on Friday 17 March: red hot rhythms straight from the streets of Santiago de Cuba.
Son Yambu play authentic Cuban son, the intoxicating fusion of Spanish and African rhythms that gave rise to salsa. If you like the Buena Vista Social Club then this is the Salsa dance event for you, featuring a new generation of Cuban musicians who are all passionate about maintaining the traditions of the genre, continuing the Buena Vista legacy that put Cuban music back on the map in 1997. Son Yambu give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing their audiences a truly sensational and authentic Latin music experience.
They’re guaranteed to turn any event into a fiesta, so be sure to book your tickets early! Included in the price of the ticket: a pre-show Latin American dance workshop for those audience members who want to dance the night away with style. Just come along to the Unionist Hall at 7pm.
“Absolutely tremendous… if you don’t start to move to this, there is no hope for you. Extraordinary music!”
Sean Rafferty, BBC Radio 3
Fri 17 March 2017 7:45pm at Bruton Unionist Hall, Quaperlake Street, Bruton
Tickets £10 (£6 under 18) from Bruton Pharmacy or phone 01749 813694, also available on the door.