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Salsa del Soul and Alma Andina

7:30 // $12 // 21+

Part Wolf proudly presents:

Alma Andina and Salsa del Soul together!

Bring a salsa partner and tear up the dancefloor, or simply sip a cocktail and let the beautiful sounds of two of Minneapolis' finest Latin bands wash over you.

Doors 7:30
Alma Andina Live 8:30-9:30
SDS Live: 10:30-12:30
$12 Cover

Salsa del Soul:

Salsa del Soul is a Twin Cities-based, nine-piece orchestra performing various styles of dance music from the Spanish-speaking regions of the Caribbean. Salsa del Soul was formed with the purpose to provide great dance music for Twin Cities Salsa fans. The musicians of Salsa del Soul represent some of the finest musicians in the Twin Cities Latin music scene. The styles of music they perform include Son, Son Montuno, Plena, Cha-cha-cha, Bachata, Timba, and, of course, Salsa!

Alma Andina:

Alma Andina, or Soul of the Andes, is a Minneapolis-based group that performs Andean and Latin American music. The group’s director Vladimir Garrido hails from northern Chile, where his mother Nia has been singing folk music for over 30 years. He created Alma Andina in 2007 with his cousin and uncle, and when his uncle returned to Chile, Vladimir sought new band members and recruited Nicolas Munoz and Matthew Levin, young talented Chileans.

The band was joined by two Americans, both of whom had lived in Chile and learned with its music and culture: Emily Savage, charango and flute, and guitarist Matt Kitchin. The group recorded an album that has helped bring the music they perform live to a wider audience. They are currently working on their second studio recording. Alma Andina derives its inspiration from a love of folklore, and a desire to share and promote Latin American music and the rich cultural heritage of the Andes