Grammy-Nominated Jazz Artist Humberto Ramírez’s Composition ‘Brave Forever,’ Inspired by Dr. Evelina Antonetty, Premieres at Hostos Community College During Week-Long Centennial About Puerto Rican Activist

Latin Jazz Composer and virtuoso trumpeter Humberto Ramírez will perform in the world premiere of his new composition, Forever Brave tonight, Wednesday September 14, 6 p.m. at Hostos Community College.
The musical composition is inspired by the legacy of Evelina Antonetty who is being celebrated in the Evelina Antonetty Centennial this week (September 12-19) in New York and Puerto Rico with dozens of coalition members and institutional collaborators at over 19 venues. Visit: for more information.

“Her dedication, leadership and efforts gave me a variety of ideas to develop this musical work,” says Ramírez. “The sound and musical influences allows the listener to experience a musical voyage from the afro caribbean rhythms of Puerto Rico to the urban latin sounds of New York City.”
Humberto Ramírez, trumpet 
Edsel Gómez, piano
Alexander Ayala, bass
Carlos Maldonado, percussion
Ivan Rentas, saxophone
Tony Cintrón, drums
For the health and safety of our guests, students, and community members, during the week of the Evelina Antonetty Centennial you must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results from an accredited lab.