Feature Film Program

Kite Zo A: Leave the Bones

Sat Aug 19 5:00 PM

About The Performer

DJ Danglez

"Growing up in Brooklyn, surrounded by DJs and sound systems, DJ Danglez had an early introduction to the world of music, playing for his first audience at the ripe age of seven. Whether it was building speaker boxes, spending all of his allowance money on vinyl at Beat Street Records, or just hanging out and playing music with his family, Danglez always found a way to incorporate music into his life.

During his freshman year at Stuyvesant High School, he secured his first paid gig at the school's fall dance and the rest is history. He continued to DJ while attending Trinity College in Hartford, CT, where he was exposed to new types of music and was able to spin at a wider variety of events including fashion shows, talent showcases, and concerts.

After graduating college, he returned to New York to pursue a corporate career, but the DJ bug never left him. Opportunities in the form of corporate events, birthday celebrations, and weddings arose and continue to multiply. He can also now be found regularly at premier venues around the city.

Danglez's style is open format. He takes pride in his ability to entertain a crowd diverse in both age and cultural representation. His West Indian roots have fostered his deep love forCaribbean music, but as a child of the 80s, he also has a great affinity for 90s/2000s Hip-Hop & R&B."

Event Details

5:00 PM
Activation by I AM caribBEING (DJ, Games, and Dance Workshop)
7:30 PM
Live Music from Paul Beaubrun & Zing Experience, presented by Haiti Cultural Exchange
8:30 PM
Film Begins
10:00 PM
Q&A with filmmaker Kaveh Nabatian and subjects
10:45 PM
After-Party at Salon on Kingston (105 Kingston Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11213), featuring Encore Performance from Paul Beaubrun & Zing Experience
Presented in Partnership with Council Member Chi Ossé.


Brower Park

Brooklyn Ave & Prospect Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11213

venue on Google Map

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