Savory New Year’s Eve in Chicago with Angel Melendez y Su Orquesta

Chicago (Illinois), USA – Angel Melendez y Su Orquesta will be
providing hot Latin sounds in Chicago on New Year’s Eve at Hot House. The ticket includes premium open bar from 8-9:30, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, coat
check, party favors and Champagne toast at midnight. Advanced tickets
strongly recommended. $75 in Advance, $75 at the door, (21 & Over)

Angel Melendez plays an array of Latin music from the modern tropical sounds of
today to the most traditional hard hitting Mambo of the 50’s. The bands play
original arrangements by Angel Melendez and the music of
, Tito Rodríguez, Pérez Prado and Fania.Angel Melendez has been a musical director and arranger for some of the world’s
most renowned Salsa and Latin jazz artists, including
, Andy Montañez, Ismael Miranda, Adalberto Santiago, Cheo Feliciano,
The Singers of the Apollo Sound (Tito Cruz, Sammy Gonzalez & Papo Sanchez),
Frankie Ruiz, Eddie Santiago, Lalo Rodriguez, Luisito Carrión, Hector Tricoche,
Tito Allen & Johnny Rivera among others.

Melendez has featured his bands at some of the following prestigious events:
U.S. Conference of Mayors Chicago 2005, 27th Annual Chicago Jazz Festival,
Millenium Park Jazz Series featuring Danilo Perez, 17th Annual Viva! Chicago
Latin Music Festival, The Taste of Chicago, Chicago SummerDance, Chicago
International Salsa Congress in 2002 & 2004, Chicago’s Millennium Park Opening
Ceremonies 2004, Goose Island International Outdoor Fest, AARP Latino Community
Celebration 2004 closing for MALO, MLB All-Star Pepsi Park 2003 & Chicago
Tribune’s Rock the River Fest.

His bands have played at the most recognized Chicago venues like: The Chicago
Symphony Center, Millenium Park’s Pritzker Pavillion, Grant Park’s Petrillo
Music Shell, The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Museum of Science
and Industry, The House of Blues, & Chicago’s Field Museum among many others.


Angel Melendez & The 911 Mambo Orchestra

Author: World Music Central News Department

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