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Raíces Latin Music Museum, NY

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Overview

The Raices Latin Music Museum is a program of the Harbor Conservatory for the Performing Arts, a division of Boys & Girls Harbor, Inc. Founded in 1979 by musician/educators Ramon Rodriguez, Louis Bauzo and Joe Conzo, Raices has been declared an American Treasure by the White House and National Trust for Historic Preservation. Currently, it is an unprecedented 15,000-piece collection of photographs, scores, manuscripts and original parts, audio recordings, rare and out-of-print books and magazines, oral histories, artist bios, instruments, videos, posters, artifacts and other memorabilia.

Recreational Activities:

  • INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS
  • VISITOR CENTER

Address:

One East 104 Street
New York,NY,10029-4495
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