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CopperWebs Media and Hispanic Museum of Nevada invites you to join the world famous Cuban band, Orquesta Aragon, at the Boulevard Mall on Sunday, October 28th, at 12:00pm.
"We are happy to recognize this talented Cuban band into our Museum," said Lynette Sawyer of the Hispanic Museum. The Orquesta Aragon will sign the MTV Wall which is full of autographs of the giants of television, film, and music. They continue after famous artists "Tatiana" who signed the wall last month.
The Orquesta Aragon of Cuba represent the bands name that appeared in the Caribbean when the twentieth century dawned. In times of the Cha Cha "La Charanga Eterna" took over the pace, and was made famous by Rafael Egues, the unforgettable flutist, who was in the orchestra until 1984 achieving success as the winemaker.
The Aragon was formed in Cienfuegos (Cuba) in the year 1939, was founded by Orestes Aragon, a professional carpenter. La Charanga Aragon highlighted its three violins, flute and cello string describing the music that originally played at dances and feasts of the halls of the white bourgeoisie.
"We are honored by the visit of La Orquesta Aragon and we are happy to have them here in Las Vegas representing our Cuban brothers," said Mario Uceda of CopperWebs Media (http://www.copperwebs.com/
The band will be playing at the Hard Rock Cafe on October 28 at 8pm.
About the Hispanic Museum of Nevada
The Hispanic Museum of Nevada was established in 1991 and serves the community by providing the art and culture of Hispanic, Latino-Americans, and the world. To learn more about the Hispanic Museum of Nevada visit their website http://www.hispanicmuseumnv.com/