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Camagüey celebrates the Feast of Tinajón

Started yesterday in the city of Camagüey the V Feast of Tinajón, an event that brings together and showcases the vast potential of local art. It also will meet the Camagüey Music seminar, dedicated to musicians Jorge Gonzalez Allué, Juan Formell and Marín Varona. Read More

The celebration of Cuban Culture in Digital Media began in Havana

The V edition of the celebration of Cuban Culture in Digital Media was inaugurated on Tuesday November 11 at the Cuba Pavilion, in order to recognize the anonymous work of those who work long days in the generation and sharing of digital products and services. Read More

“The last samurai”, upcoming exhibition at the Museum of Asia

The Museum of Asia in Havana will exhibit next November 13 the photographic exhibition "The Last Samurai" on the occasion of the celebration of the 400 years of friendship between Japan and Cuba. Read More

The song "Bailando" broke Billboard’s record

Bailando sang by Enrique Iglesias with Cuban Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona displaced "Tortura" by Shakira and Alejandro Sanz in the track record that has dominated the Hot Latin Songs chart of Billboard magazine. Read More

Mick Moloney offered two concerts in Havana

The Irish musician Mick Moloney gave two concerts in Havana to promote the folklore of his country. The concerts were hosted at the Cuban Art Factory and the Miramar Theatre, also counted with the participation of local groups of pipers and tap dancers. Read More

JoJazz 2014 readies its artistic program

Victor Rodriguez, director of the music festival JoJazz 2014 revealed the artistic program of the event that promotes young figures of Cuban Jazz and will be held in Havana from November 13 to 16. Read More

India, the guest of honor at the International Book Fair 2015

The Indian Ambassador in Cuba, C. Rajasekhar, said his country was honored to be the guest of honor at the International Book Fair held annually on the island. Read More

Hispanic Ballet of New York danced to Celia Cruz

Celia Cruz's voice accompanied the first choreography of American Company Hispanic Ballet of New York, choreographic work was in charge of the Cuban-American Eduardo Vilaro. The end of the show was an allegorical dancer Celia, dressed in blue, like the Cuban Virgen de Regla she adored. Read More

Erick Jon records an album to recover the roots of Cuban music

Singer-songwriter Jon Erick said he has always had the purpose of bringing to the present epoch-titles, which is why his album My roots, first recorded in Cuba, combines anthology songs of popular Cuban music and his own creations. Read More

Cuban artisans will show their works in Florida

The Cuban group goldsmith Pauyet will participate in the Art Fest at Doral, Florida, where they will exhibit their work for the first time in the United States. The event will be held from November 7 to 9, the Cuban group will present a collection of small horses. Read More

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