Another addition to the concert series “Back In Time 80′s Concert Party” at the Hotel Jaragua in Santo Domingo. Roger Hodson, former co-frontman and founding member of the much loved rock band Supertramp, is bringing his Breakfast in America Tour to the Teatro La Fiesta on Friday June 21, 2013 at 9PM with DJ Richard Szpilman.
Supertramp Roger Hodgson coming to Dominican Republic
The 80′s progressive rock band Supertramp had many hit songs including “Dreamer,” “Breakfast in America,” “Give a Little Bit,” “Logical Song” and “Take The Long Way Home.
Roger is taking his tour to places like Germany, France, Spain, USA, Switzerland and he has included Dominican Republic in the tour as well. Tickets in advance starting at RD$2000 at TicketExpress and the Jaragua Hotel.
Video – Take the Long Way Home – Voice of Supertramp Roger Hodgson with Orchestra
“People like you: A tribute to the work of informal recyclers Dominican Republic. Produced and directed by Celestino Gonzalez, during National Recycling Week in Dominican Republic.”
This video is in Spanish but the images speak for themselves even if you do not understand the language. Bless these people for doing their part recycling while they make a honest living to support their families.
“Gente como tú: Un homenaje a la labor que realizan los recicladores informales de la República Dominicana. Producido y dirigido por Celestino Gonzalez, con motivo de la Semana Nacional del Reciclaje en República Dominicana.”
Palos y Atabales Live! Raul y sus muchachos present Fiesta de Palo, the best of our folklore and Dominican rural drum musc at the neighborhood bar Parada 77 Calle Isabel la Catolica in the Colonial Zone. Come enjoy and experience this moving musical stlye on Saturday June 1, 2013 at 10PM.
PBS Series Black In Latin America – Haiti & the Dominican Republic: An Island Divided. This is the first part of the entire series. There are 4 episodes; Mexico & Peru, Brazil, Cuba and Haiti & Dominican Republic. Please watch it in its entirety. It is very interesting.
The first part has many scenes from the Colonial Zone including Grupo Bonyé playing at the Ruinas de San Franacisco. I saw many of my friends and neighbors. Professor Gates shares much of the history of the entire island and why it became separated.
The Ministerio de Cultura presents another addition to their project Museo Alcázar de Colón para los Niños/ Museo Alcázar de Colón for Children.
On Thursday May 23, 2013 at 10AM La Obra Teatral presents “El Mover de las Estatuas”/ “The Move of Statues” at the Palacio Virreinal Museo Alcázar del Colón in Plaza España in the Colonial City. This is made for the children but all ages are welcome to come and enjoy.