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Enrique Iglesias, Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona are sued for plagiarism

Descemer Bueno, Enrique Iglesias and Gente de Zona face a plagiarism lawsuit filed by two songwriters living in Miami (USA) alleging that the hit song "Bailando" is a copy of one that they recorded in 2009. Read More

Havana World Music for the second time in Cuba

The second edition of Havana World Music Festival is about to begin. Two intense days of concerts, which begin at five in the afternoon, are planned for the coming days 6th and 7th, in areas of the Almendares Park, home to bring together artists of the island and outsiders. Read More

The actresses Alina Rodriguez and Silvia Aguila, awarded by the Association of Writers of New York Show

The Association of Entertainment Critics of New York (ACE) presented its annual film awards, including the Cuban actresses Alina Rodrigues and Silvia Aguila, both for the film Conducta. Read More

The National Ballet School now bears the name of Fernando Alonso

The National Ballet School of Cuba since last Wednesday brings the name of the teacher Fernando Alonso. The proposal was made by Aurora Bosch, former first dancer of the National Ballet of Cuba (BNC). Read More

Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta was awarded in Britain

The Critics Circle Britain awarded the National Prize for Dance to Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta in recognition of the achievements during a lifetime devoted to the art. Read More

Carlos Diaz revive tales of the Decameron in the Trianon Theatre of Havana

Funny, satirical and erotic characters from tales of the Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio, have resurfaced under the direction of Carlos Diaz with his group The Public at the Trianon Theatre, where the playwright has had previous success with works of the classical repertoire as La Celestina and Noche de reyes. Read More

Casa de las Américas celebrated its 2015 awards in Havana

The Literary Prize 2015 Casa de las Americas Novel was delivered to La hoguera lame mi piel con cariño de perro, by Colombian Adelayda Fernández Ochoa. Read More

Juan Formell’s son talks about relations between Cuba and the United States

Samuel Formell, director of Los Van Van, said that "the first change of all we must have is the blockade (economic) that for many years has not worked." The son of the late Juan Formell said he was in favor of the recent resumption of diplomatic ties between the US and Cuba. Read More

Llauradó theater opens Cathedral of Ice Cream play

Cathedral of ice cream, first stage version of The Wolf, The Forest and the New Man, Senel Paz, will rise at the scene of the theater Adolfo Llauradó, played by the young Manuel Alejandro Rivera, directed by Sarah María Cruz. Read More

Presentation of jazz musician Aruán Ortiz in Havana

The eminent Cuban pianist, violinist and composer Aruán Ortiz, based in New York, debuted in Havana with a group of young performers frontline at Bertolt Brecht Theatre. Read More

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