Fri 4/18: Big Night Little Haiti

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Friday, April 18, 2014
Big Night Little Haiti
6-10pm

If you've read my blog, you'd know I was Haitian, and proud. (see pics from my last trip here). One of my favorite nights each month..come dance, eat and see amazing Haitian art!


When Big Night in Little Haiti began three years ago, Rara Kuyu invited the organizers to a large gathering at his studio, to make sure that rasin music had a part of the series. What a group – top locally-based dancers, musicians, artists. Rara Kuyu and his 15-member Universal Soul Love group launched Big Night with a bang, setting the tone for an amazing monthly night of music. Now we celebrate the 3rd Anniversary, and welcome back to the stage one of Miami’s artistic anchors.

A night of rara and roots to celebrate a good Friday at Big Night. Rara Kuyu and Universal Soul Love have created an massive production of roots music and dance. Born in Port-au-Prince, Kuyu is a gifted painter, muralist and musician. If you’ve been to Tap Tap, you’ve seen his beautiful murals. The band, featuring performance and dancers, is anchored by a commitment to Haitian percussion and musical exploration.

When Big Night in Little Haiti began three years ago, Rara Kuyu invited the organizers to a large gathering at his studio, to make sure that rasin music had a part of the series. What a group – top locally-based dancers, musicians, artists. Rara Kuyu and his 15-member Universal Soul Love group launched Big Night with a bang, setting the tone for an amazing monthly night of music. Now we celebrate the 3rd Anniversary, and welcome back to the stage one of Miami’s artistic anchors.

A night of rara and roots to celebrate a good Friday at Big Night. Rara Kuyu and Universal Soul Love have created an massive production of roots music and dance. Born in Port-au-Prince, Kuyu is a gifted painter, muralist and musician. If you’ve been to Tap Tap, you’ve seen his beautiful murals. The band, featuring performance and dancers, is anchored by a commitment to Haitian percussion and musical exploration.

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