By Jim Hynes, Making A Scene!
Carlos Henriquez is best known as the bassist for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, a position he has held for over two decades. Henriquez is also a composer and bilingual artist, stepped in the Latin music of his Puerto Rican heritage. Currently, many acknowledge him as the most important Latin artist in NYC and The South Bronx Story speaks to Henriquez’s roots as he delivers a musical social history retrospective of that part of the borough where he grew up. It’s the same area that produced these legends: Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri and Celia Cruz. Read more here.