Friday, August 14, 2015


Sizzling pop and salsa musician wows Bronxites at Senator Klein’s Summertime Symphonies Series

   State Senator Jeff Klein, together with hundreds of community members, children and families, hosted the legendary salsero Hector Tricoche at Soundview Park on Thursday.

“As a young kid, I would often travel to Manhattan to enjoy the fun outdoor entertainment provided during the summer. Now, many years later, my summer concert series has become a tradition in The Bronx – bringing together the community to kick back, relax and enjoy some great music with friends and family. I proudly hosted Hector Tricoche in Soundview to provide first-rate entertainment for our families, friends and neighbors. Thank you to everyone who came out and I look forward to many more fun events coming up this summer,” said Senator Jeff Klein.

Hector Tricoche, a star in Latin music, is best known for hits like “Lobo Domesticado,” “Dime Si Ahora Te Vas,” “Mujer Prohibida” and “Yo Que Tu.” The beloved musician has wowed crowds around the world with his melodious voice and sizzling live performances.

“I’m thrilled to perform for all my people of The Bronx — ‘el condado de la salsa.’ It was great to hear everyone sing along to my greatest hits and dance throughout the night,” said Hector Tricoche.

Left and Right - State Senator Jeff Klein went into the audience before the concert to speak to some of his new constituents. Senator Klein would be joined on stage by local Assemblyman Marcos Crespo. 

Above - Senator Klein addresses the crowd of several hundred people.
Below - Soundview Assemblyman Marcos Crespo waves to the crowd.

As the concert goes on, Senator Klein and Assemblyman Crespo enjoy the music from audience level.


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