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Spanish-speaking songbirds are swooping into South Florida this week, with singer Paloma San Basilio, salsa artist Victor Manuelle and flutist Nestor Torres scheduled to perform.

San Basilio will be at the James L. Knight Center at 8 p.m. Saturday. That's the only U.S. date of her farewell tour, Hasta Siempre, which comes nearly 40 years after the Madrid native sang her first ballad live. ($70-$170,

The same night, Victor Manuelle's Puerto Rican-influenced salsa — not like the style heard in Cuba — will have people dancing at the Fillmore Miami Beach. ($45.50-$78.25, And earlier in the week, Torres will return to Palm Beach County after three years. The Miami resident will play the jazz flute at Boca Raton's Jazziz Nightlife Wednesday and Thursday. ($55-$85,

Also this week, you can check out Peter Frampton's Guitar Circus 8 p.m. Friday at Hard Rock Live at ($58-$139.50, smooth-jazz artist Keiko Matsui 8 p.m. Fridayat the New World Center in Miami Beach ($65-$200, or Toots Lorraine and the Traffic playing the blues 8 p.m. Saturday at the Arts Garage in Delray Beach. ($25-$190,

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