Los Robles de Casabe honored for dedication to Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba

A local Bronx group is looking to bring back the lost tradition of bomba dancing. Los Robles de Casabe, a senior citizen live dancing troupe,

Members have made more than 100 public appearances over the past two years.

Members have made more than 100 public appearances over the past two years. (9/2/13)

THE BRONX - A local Bronx group is looking to bring back the lost tradition of bomba dancing.

Los Robles de Casabe, a senior citizen live dancing troupe, received its first public recognition award for its dedication to the revival and education of Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba.

Members have made more than 100 public appearances over the past two years.

The troupe is a project of the BombaYo Collective.
 

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