People were out and about at O’day park last week to see Cinco Son perform as part of the Tito Puente Music Series. Be it on stoops, in the streets, sidewalks, or the park itself, people we’re all over and excited to be there!
As you can see from the video, getting a clear shot of the band proved to be slightly difficult. Between all the other videographers who wanted a piece of the action and the growing number of people trying to dance, the field of vision got smaller and smaller. But, even though they were lovely to watch, it didn’t matter too much. Their sound traveled plenty far, and that’s what I was really interested in. Every member of the group was impressive, with almost everyone singing at points, and each masters of their instrument, whether it be trumpet or guiro. It was a sweltering hot day, and I was sweating like a champ, and even I had to get up and dance for a bit.
To find out more about Berklee’s Summer in the City concert series, please visit us at Berklee.edu. There, you can find out more about your favorite artists and where you can see them next!
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