Join us from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23, 2007, for a live performance by the new Latin band, Díle.
Díle (pronounced DEE-leh, meaning “tell him/her”) features some of Boston’s Berklee College of Music’s finest young musicians. Hailing from five nations and three continents, the members were drawn together at Berklee by the Latin music they love.
Díle—ten pieces, including a full horn section, percussionists, vocals, and violin—creates a deep, soulful, and infectious vibe that brings honor to the artistic tradition of the dance band.
Díle performs a repertoire that runs from classic ’70s New York salsa to contemporary Cuban timba to popular Dominican merengue, from Tito Puente and Celia Cruz to Elvis Crespo and many more. Learn more at Berklee’s website, at http://www.berklee.edu/about/.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Reservations required by May 22 to (202) 203-4959
Wilbur J. Cohen Building Auditorium
330 Independence Avenue, SW C Street entrance
(1 blk. from Federal Center Southwest Metro stop)
Security screening will be in effect.
Photo I.D. required for entry into the Cohen Building
Originally published at https://www.insidevoa.com/a/a-13-34-2007-05-21-dile-111611459/178301.html