Opening event of 7th Annual Latin American Cultural Week is GlamourTango Show, November 9 at New York Society for Ethical Culture

Nov 05, 2012, 10:30 ET from Pan American Musical Art Research

NEW YORK, Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The internationally acclaimed GlamourTango, Tango in Feminine Form show, led by Uruguayan-American pianist and Music Director Polly Ferman, will be presented on Friday, November 97:30 PM at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th Street in Manhattan. This is the opening event of Pan American Musical Art Research's (PAMAR's) 7th Annual Latin American Cultural Week (LACW) in New York City.

GlamourTango is a celebration of tango in feminine form, performed by an international company of musicians and dancers. This unique multimedia music and dance show, conceived by Polly Ferman and directed by her from the piano, is a tribute to women in Tango, with an all-female cast.

Visit GlamourTango at

Tickets for the November 9 show are $30 general admission and are available by calling 1-800-838-3006 or visiting

LACW, this year from November 9 through 19, includes participating institutions and artists throughout New York City, hosting presentations of music, dance, film, theater, literature, visual and performing arts from or influenced by the diverse cultures of Latin America.

This year, LACW features Celebracion de la Cultura Hispana en Washington Heights, including Tango in Washington Heights on November 16, with Daniel Binelli (bandoneon) and Polly Ferman (piano), Tango Dancers and a Tango class and on November 18, the WHIN Youth Orchestra Music Project - El Sistema Uptown - Both events at Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church, 178 Bennett Avenue.

For more about these programs, visit Latin American Cultural Week at

Support for LACW 2012 comes from NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Office of the Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, NYC and Company Foundation, Ydanis Rodriguez of the NY City Council, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NYSCA, NoMAA, JPMorgan Chase Foundation and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation, El Diario/la Prensa, LMEC, NYC-Arts, Buena Vision TV, Impacto Latin News, De Norte A Sur, La Voz Latina, and corporate sponsors.

Polly Ferman has performed as a soloist and with orchestras and chamber ensembles around the world. She is a Steinway Artist, and Founder of PAMAR and LACW. Visit her at

Contact: Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
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SOURCE Pan American Musical Art Research