6th ANNUAL SALSA SUNDAY October 28, 2007 BRING YOUR DANCE SHOES FOR A CELEBRATION OF THE NEW YORK SOUND OF LATIN MUSIC FEATURING ORCHESTRA BROADWAY & HARBOR LATIN BIG BAND El Barrio/East Harlem, New York -- The Raices Latin Music Museum at the Harbor Conservatory for the Performing Arts, is pleased to present the 6th Annual SALSA SUNDAY festival celebrating Afro-Caribbean Latin Music and Dance on October 28, 2007 from 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm. The day long festival will be held at One East 104th Street, off of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Admission is $7. Join us for a day of performances, lecture/demonstrations, dance classes, view an exhibition on the history of Salsa in New York City; hear Latin Music Pioneers in their own words speak about their music and careers in “A Conversation with the Masters,” moderated by record producer Renee Lopez and bring your dance shoes for New York’s longest running Charanga group, Orchestra Broadway and a Palladium Dance Party featuring the Harbor Latin Big Band, under the direction of Louis Bauzo, and much more. For over 40 years, Orquesta Broadway has kept Charanga, the elegantly lilting dance music that came out of Cuba in the 1950's thriving in New York City. The Harbor Latin Big Band under the direction of Louis Bauzó, is dedicated to preserving the New York sound and style of the golden age of Latin music; paying tribute to Frank "Machito" Grillo, Tito Puente, Tito Rodriguez, Eddie Palmieri, Johnny Pacheco, Ray Barretto, Larry Harlow and other musical pioneers.