Latin Quarter Social- Friday May 10th @Afrobeats Club

1 05 2019
Latin Quarter Social @ AFROBEATS
Friday 10th May
Afrobeats, 3 Session Street, Dundee DD1 5DN

7.15pm FREE SALSA Beginners taster class
7.45pm – Merengue taster class – £3 or Combo entry with social £5
8.15-11pm – latin music for dancing (mixed)
Social only £4
Everyone welcome to stay on for the Afrobeats usual club night after 11pm too.

Pay on the door. Please bring along friends & family & help raise money for the Azul Wasi Project near Cusco, Peru while having fun !

There is a bar, hots drinks also available & maybe cake ! Please support our local venues and buy drinks at the Bar.

www.salsadundee.com
Please pass the word, pop a poster up if you can, everyone welcome.




LQ Christmas social with Festive Rueda taster class

8 12 2016

Latin Quarter Christmas social will be on tues 13th Dec at 8.00pm at The Deaf Hub, with a workshop at 7.15pm  a festive themed Rueda, the Cuban wheel dance , suitable for beginners,  anyone welcome.   Latin social starts at 8pm till 10pm . Workshop is 5 pounds, social 3 pounds, combo for both is 6. There will be a raffle and an auction for dundee united match tickets worth 64 pounds. There will also be a few party games too and mince pies.  All money raised for Azul wasi project in Peru.   PLEASE PASS THE WORD.  See class page for directions to the Deaf Hub. Please pass the word.





Latin Quarter latin dance social with Bachata workshop

8 11 2016

poster_lqnov15th-copyTues 15th November at The Deaf Hub, Bachata workshop, no experience necessary, also something for those with some experience too,   7.15pm till 8.15pm, followed by a latin social until 10pm, anyone welcome.  Taster class £5, social £3, combo ticket for both £6.

Will be a raffle too, any donations welcome, all money raised is for the Azul wasi project in Peru.  See class page for directions to the Deaf Hub. Please pass the word.





Salsa Fiesta – Nov 4th-Dundee

28 10 2016

Salsa fiesta hosted by Milena & Jimmy  – Friday Nov 4th, 7.30-12pm, Post Office Bar, upstairs function suite, Broughty ferry- pay on the door £5.





BIG THANKS

24 10 2016

Many thanks to all those who came on Sat eve to the Charity band event at The Friary, we raised £350 for the Azul Wasi project.  With special thanks to all those that helped sell tickets, bring people, advertise the event, help on the night, donate raffle prizes and thanks to those who came from further a field.





Latin Quarter Charity Band night – 22nd October

17 10 2016

sas-hands-up13th Anniversary party : LATIN QUARTER CHARITY BAND NIGHT

Less than 1 week to go now folks, please keep passing the word, share some latin spirit, groove on a great dance floor & help raise money for Azul Wasi, small home in Peru for former street children.

SON al SON @ The Friary, Tullideph Rd, Dundee, DD2 2PN on Saturday 22nd October, 2016,  8pm- 1am.  Free Salsa beginners class at 8.15pm. Tickets £13 on door or £3 DISCOUNT in advance from Grouchos (cash only) or from sarah at classes this tuesday.  Bar and a raffle. Tables can be reserved via same email for 8 minimum for prepaid ticket holders. Anyone welcome, no partner necessary.  Any donations for the Raffle would be gratefully received, please email sarah  : sarahbrox@gmail.com if you would like to make a donation, so a list can be made for the evening.

Information about the band.

The band Son al Son was formed in 2008. Its line-up is made up of musicians from Venezuela, Lino Rocha(lead vocals and hand percussion)  from Cuba, Wilder Mesa Moya,(Lead Vocals and Congas) and Eric Alfonso (Timbales), from Scotland, Bob Thomson (Bass),Simon Gall (Piano and Vocals) and Euan Allardice (Trumpet), from USA Michael Meyer (Trombone).

As the name suggests, Son al Son play son, a style of music made popular in 1920’s Havana and more recently in the film “Buena Vista Social Club”. To this day, songs like Chan Chan, El Cuarto De Tula and Dos Gardenias are played in cafes and bars across Cuba.

Son al Son have added songs from La Excelencia, Cubanismo along with original compositions,Juanito,Cimarron and Morena bring  a more‘salsa dura’ (hard salsa!) feel to their set. Along with the ‘traditional’ songs (with a salsa twist!) and the modern salsa songs,we’re sure Son al Son will get your feet tapping and out of your seat in no time, Gozar! Enjoy!

mini documentary of band – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5HE06ULa0E

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Son-al-Son/489778144443159





Latin Quarter Charity Band night – 22nd October

11 09 2016

sas-hands-up13th Anniversary party : LATIN QUARTER CHARITY BAND NIGHT with the groovy live band SON al SON @ The Friary, Tullideph Rd, Dundee, DD2 2PN on Saturday 22nd October, 2016,  8pm- 1am.  Free Salsa beginners class at 8.15pm. Tickets £13 on door or £3 DISCOUNT in advance from Grouchos (cash only), sarah at classes or via sarahbrox@gmail.com. Will be a bar and a raffle on the night. Tables can be reserved via same email for 8 minimum for prepaid ticket holders. Anyone welcome, no partner necessary.  Proceeds go to the Azul Wasi project in Peru near Cusco, home for former street children.  Pop a poster up if you can – lqoct22bandposterf

Any donations for the Raffle would be gratefully received, please email sarah if you would like to make a donation, so a list can be made for the evening.

Information about the band.

The band Son al Son was formed in 2008. Its line-up is made up of musicians from Venezuela, Lino Rocha(lead vocals and hand percussion)  from Cuba, Wilder Mesa Moya,(Lead Vocals and Congas) and Eric Alfonso (Timbales), from Scotland, Bob Thomson (Bass),Simon Gall (Piano and Vocals) and Euan Allardice (Trumpet), from USA Michael Meyer (Trombone).

As the name suggests, Son al Son play son, a style of music made popular in 1920’s Havana and more recently in the film “Buena Vista Social Club”. To this day, songs like Chan Chan, El Cuarto De Tula and Dos Gardenias are played in cafes and bars across Cuba.

Son al Son have added songs from La Excelencia, Cubanismo along with original compositions,Juanito,Cimarron and Morena bring  a more‘salsa dura’ (hard salsa!) feel to their set. Along with the ‘traditional’ songs (with a salsa twist!) and the modern salsa songs,we’re sure Son al Son will get your feet tapping and out of your seat in no time, Gozar! Enjoy!

mini documentary of band – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5HE06ULa0E

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Son-al-Son/489778144443159





Latin Quarter Summer Social @ The Deaf Hub

15 06 2016
LQ social, Tuesday 21st June, at The Deaf Hub. See www.salsadundee.com under class page for directions.
Will be a Cha Cha Taster class, from 7.15 until 8.15pm, followed by the social until 10pm.  Workshop only, £5,  social only £ 3, combo ticket is £6.  Will have a small raffle too, if anyone has anything they would like to donate.
Need beginners experience of Salsa or Cha cha to attend the cha cha workshop, anyone welcome to come to the social.
Please pass the word as no external advertising for this.  All money raised for Azul Wasi project in Peru.




Latin Quarter Christmas Social , Tues Dec 15th

30 11 2015

The Latin Quarter Christmas social will be on Tues Dec 15th, beginners class as usual will start 15 min later at 6.30 on that night only, this class is only for current students, Afterwards there will be a Bachata workshop , all levels, from 7.15 until 8.15pm, followed by the social until 10pm.

Bachata workshop only , 5 pounds, social only 3, combo ticket is 6 pounds.
Will have a raffle too, if anyone has anything they would like to donate.
There will also be musical salsa statues !

Anyone welcome to come for the Bachata workshop and social.
Please pass the word as no external advertising for this one on posters etc.

Hope you can make it along, the 15th Dec will also be the last classes before Christmas, classes resuming on the 19th Jan, beginners cross body salsa class, also pass the word re this if you can, thanks





Thanks

15 11 2015

A BIG thanks to everyone who came along last fri eve to The Friary, Son al Son band event. We raised £651 for the Azul Wasi project (after outgoings), a great turn out. Thanks to people who came from afar. Thanks to those who donated for the raffle and to all who helped out on the eve. Big thanks to those who brought groups along and for selling the tickets. Without your help it wouldn’t have been so successful.