The Parrish Art Museum’s Sounds of Summer series will resume tomorrow at 6 p.m. with a performance by Mambo Loco. Formed in 2003, Mambo Loco blends classic Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican music with old-school Latin and Latin Jazz.
The band members are Larry Belford, a drummer and vocalist who has performed with some of the foremost Latin groups in New York City; Alfredo Gonzalez, whose trombone, violin, percussion, and vocals have added a “Sabor Latino” to the group; Bill Smith, a classically trained musician who plays piano and melodica and contributes vocals, and Wayne Burgess, like Mr. Smith a Berklee College of Music alumnus, who contributes bass and vocals.
Summer music concerts are free with museum admission. Guests are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets, and the cafe is open for refreshments.
The museum is also offering a new outdoor summer program, Yoga on the Terrace With Ananda, Sunday morning at 11 and every Sunday through August. The class is open to participants at all levels, and the one-hour session is included in the museum admission price. Yoga mats will be for sale in the museum shop, and post-yoga breakfast items will be available in the Golden Pear Cafe.