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Tito fires up York

York professor Tom Zlabinger (l.), band leader of the York College jazz band, The Blue Notes, organized an extensive meet-and-greet with Tito Puente Jr. after the show in the theater lobby. Pictured with Zlabinger are Puente (fourth from l.) and his band members: Nate Woart (tenor sax), Aaron Perez (trumpet), Joe Jimenez (trombone), Rachel Bickley (bari sax), Alfredo Colon (tenor sax), Nicole Martinez (alto sax) and Mike Decena (bass). Photo by Norm Harris
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The Tito Puente Jr. Orchestra brought its Latin tunes to the York College Performing Arts Center Oct. 13. He performed “Ran Kan Kan,” “Oye Como Va,” “El Cayuco” and included a special dedication to Puente’s son called “Complications”.

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