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Cuban Contemporary Dance company tours Europe

Cuban Contemporary Dance began a tour of various European countries that will end on November 22nd with two special presentations at Monte Carlo, Monaco. Read More

US ballerina Misty Copeland visits National Ballet of Cuba

Misty Danielle Copeland, first African-American principal ballerina of the American Ballet Theater (ABT), one of the most prestigious companies of the United States, arrived in Cuba to conduct a visit until next Saturday, as part of the Program of Cultural and Sports Ambassadors of the State Department. Read More

Cuba participates in Intl. Ballet Festival of Cali

Leading dancers and prima ballerinas of Cuba’s National Ballet Company (BNC) -Viengsay Valdés, Sadaise Arencibia, Dani Hernández and soloist Raúl Abreu- will interpret a varied repertoire in the 10th International Ballet Festival of Cali, Colombia. Read More

Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera to give concert in Havana

Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera will give a concert on November 20 at Havana’s Karl Marx Theater, in which Cuban musicians and compatriots of his will accompany the visiting artist. Read More

Underground Tattoo Parlors in Cuba

Trying to make a living as a tattoo artist in Cuba hasn't always been easy, as even today, the legality of tattoos is a very gray area Read More

Cuban undertakes to make the world's largest cigar

The prominent cigar roller Jose Castelar Cairo (Cueto) started Tuesday in the fortress of San Carlos de la Cabaña, in Havana, making the handmade world's largest cigar. Read More

Wax sculpture of three-time Olympic champion boxer Stevenson in Cuban Museum

A sculpture of Teofilo Stevenson, best amateur boxer in history and second to win three Olympic titles, will be displayed from August 13th in the only Wax Museum in Cuba Read More

Cuban flag flies in Rio

The ceremony was attended by athletes of artistic gymnastics, rowing, table tennis, shooting, archery, swimming, indoor and beach volleyball, fencing, coaches and federative representatives, among others, with the slogan Committed to our history. Read More

Smith College Choir to perform in Cuba

The choir of former students of the university for women Smith College, of the United States, will perform with Cuban choirs on July 28 and 29 in stages of the capital and of Matanzas. Read More

Bob Marley's son could sing in Cuba

The Jamaican musician Ky-Mani Marley, one of the sons of Bob Marley, prepares a concert in Cuba that could be held next September 17 in the city of Santiago de Cuba. Read More

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