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NJPAC Announces New Show: Willy Chirino & Leoni Torres
Pre-sale begins Tue, Sep 27 @ 12PM
Dec 16 @ 8PM
hall | betty wold johnson stage
Pre-Sale Code: SALSA
Cuban singers Willy Chirino and Leoni Torres for an epic salsa concert.
GRAMMY® winner and Latin GRAMMY® nominee Willy Chirino has been bringing
his unique Miami Sound to the world for 40 years, with 30+ albums and
dozens of unforgettable songs, including fan favorite “Nuestro Día (Ya
Viene Llegando).” Last year, Leoni Torres was nominated for his first Latin
GRAMMY® for the album Alma
Cubana, and he released his newest album Canten this spring.
Willy and Leoni recently collaborated on the heartfelt song “Para Mi
Viejo,” and they’ll join forces once again onstage at NJPAC.
More: Allman Brothers Tribute Band with special guest Dumpstaphunk Sun, Nov 13 @
7PM In celebration
of the Allman Brothers Band’s Eat
a Peach, the supergroup of talented musicians Trouble No
More will perform the album in its entirety.
& Alain Perez Fri, Nov 18 @
8PM It’s impossible
to sit still when Issac Delgado and Alain Perez take the stage. They
won a GRAMMY® for their album Cha
Cha Chá: Homenaje a lo tradicional, and now they’re
bringing their dazzling style of salsa and jazz to NJPAC.
Festival Oct 6 - 9 Newark Arts
Festival 2022 aims to create a collective restorative experience
through thoughtfully curated artwork, performances and programming
meant to help our artist community and Festival attendees begin to heal
Education Fall Performing Arts Programs Oct 8 – Dec 17
Find your voice and share your story.
Sing, dance, act and play an instrument. Have fun with band, hip hop,
theater and jazz programs for ages 9 – 18!
Trouble No More and
Issac Delgado with Alain Perez are part of the TD James Moody Jazz Festival
Generous support for
Arts Training provided, in part, by BD, Healthcare Foundation of New
Jersey, Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, M&T Bank, Merck Foundation,
NJ Advance Media, Richmond County Savings Foundation, Santander, TD
Charitable Foundation, Victoria Foundation, WBGO Jazz 88.3FM, Wells Fargo
Foundation, Women@NJPAC, Atlantic, Tomorrow's Office, The Joan and Allen
Bildner Family Fund, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc., The Arts
Education Endowment Fund in honor of Raymond C. Chambers, Jennifer A.
Chalsty, Judy and Stewart Colton, Toby and Leon Cooperman, Mimi and Edwin
Feliciano, Investors Bank, The Izzo Family, Don Katz & Leslie Larson,
McCrane Foundation, Inc., care of Margrit McCrane, The MCJ Amelior
Foundation, Albert+ and Katharine Merck+, David & Marian Rocker, The
Sagner Companies/The Sagner Family Foundation, Turrell Fund and an