Latin America Music on Wheels
“The power of Latin music connecting communities.”
Latincouver and Latin American week present from June 10- June 24, Latin America Music on Wheels where youth music bands, from different nationality, will have the opportunity to perform Latin music on the streets, throughout the city.
Latin Music on Wheels offers a unique opportunity for young people from different cultures to actively engage with music and to gain experience performing in different, fun, and exciting environments.
There is no better way to express and truly understand different cultures, than through music. Latincouver loves to promote new talents and supports the dreams of new artists. This is a great opportunity to showcase Latin-American culture and bring new rhythm to the city with new bands.
Michael Romance is a young musician and Latin singer, with a mix of Dominican and Venezuelan blood. In a surprisingly short amount of time he has become more and more recognized in the music world, this, along with his obvious passion, has helped him win the hearts of those who have seen him in action. Romance is very capable and sings the following genres with fluidity like no other: Salsa, merengue, and balada pop. However, the genre that according to him flows through his veins, and the one that he dominates the most impressively, is “bachata”. As well as singing in Spanish, he is also able to sing in French and Portuguese. Finally, he has been nominated on several occasions for the Latin Award Canada prizes.
Alexandra started singing when she was 5 and at 11 years old she started to sing with a Peruvian music band “Matices del Sur”. She’s currently attending the Langley fine arts school and is developing greatly on everything music related, but vocals more specifically. She performs quite often at school and at festivals. She always loved Latin music starting from a young age. She won first place at the Langley youth talent search.