The Renaissance Collective Will Ring in 2012 With a Unique Performance at APAP NYC
The Renaissance Collective will be showcasing their infused worlds of hip hop and LatinSoul sound at APAP on January 6th at the World Famous SOB's nightclub.
January 2, 2012 (Newswire.com) - The Renaissance Collective will be showcasing their infused worlds of hip hop and LatinSoul sound at the Global Performing Arts Marketplace and Conference (APAP) in New York City on January 6th at the World Famous SOB's nightclub.
New York, NY- The Renaissance Collective will be bringing their signature innovative sound, style and class to the Global Performing Arts Marketplace and Conference in New York City. This band will ignite the musical world with their hip-hop and Latin soul sound. "I am honored to have been invited to this highly prestigious event to perform next to some of the greatest bands in the world", says the bands Founder and Front Man, Ron Renaissance. "Our band is truly unique in its style and sound, this performance is the perfect way to start the New Years off with a bang!"
To Register or for more information please visit: www.apapnyc.org
About The Renaissance Collective: Born and raised New Yorker, Ron Renaissance began his professional musical career at the young age of 14 playing trombone in various clubs and venues throughout the city. His talent has afforded him the opportunity to perform around the world and record with a number of artists including Gloria Estefan, Kool & The Gang, Tito Rojas, Don Omar, Rock-A-Fella Records, and La Excelencia just to name a few. The Collective founded in 2010 is a 10 piece band comprised of some of the best musicians in the world. For more information visit: http://renofron.com
The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP), based in Washington, D.C., is the national service and advocacy organization with more than 1,400 members worldwide, dedicated to developing and supporting a robust performing arts presenting field and the professionals who work within it. For more information visit: http://www.apap365.org/Pages/APAP365.aspx