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Troubadour Wiliam Vivanco and his album: The world is changed

After the release of his third album, troubadour William Vivanco gave the concert El mundo está cambia'o (The world is changed) in the city of Pinar del Rio, his most recent production that attracted the youths who enjoyed the show at Hermanos Saiz University. Read More

Lizt Alfonso Ballet Company in Canada

Cuba's Lizt Alfonso Ballet Company performed in this city to mark the 60 anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Canada and the Island, as part of a tour of over 20 Canadian cities.<br /> Read More

Cuba Attends World Tourism Show in Paris

The world tourism fair ‘The World in Paris’ began on Thursday in Paris with a tribute to renowned Polish pianist and composer Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin, and the participation of several Latin American countries, including Cuba, Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Read More

"Amistad" ship will sail towards Havana harbor

Days from now, a stately black schooner will sail through a narrow channel into Havana's protected harbor, its two masts bearing the rarest of sights — the U.S. Stars and Stripes, with the Cuban flag fluttering nearby. Read More

Chucho Valdes Records Song for Haitian People

Cuban pianist and composer Chucho Valdes finished recording this Wednesday the song “Haiti Volvera” (Haiti will Return), whose copyrights he will donate to the reconstruction of that Caribbean nation which was struck by an earthquake last January <br /> 12. Read More

Cuban rum has no secrets

The history of Cuban rum is as old as colonization itself, given that is a product extracted from sugar cane, which was brought to the island by Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to this continent. Read More

Cuban Van Van Make Prague Dance

After 28 years of absence from the Acropolis Theater in Prague, the Cuban group Los Van Van made an euphoric public dance with its extraordinary two-hour performance, which included its most popular tunes. Read More

Music to Mute Film in Electroacoustic Festival in Havana

Mexican specialist Mauricio Valdes will speak about his experiences in mute feature films' live musicalization in the first academic day of the 13th International Festival of Electroacoustic Music.<br /> Read More

The City of the Big Earthenware Jars is Camaguey

This location is known as the City of the Big Earthenware Jars, a name given just after its final settlement, inland, supposedly at the beginning of January, 1528. Read More

Big Concert in Santiago de Cuba City

Singer songwriters from Cuba and other countries will perform for 12 hours in this eastern Cuban city, during an international festival to honor Jose Pepe Sanchez, one of the country's major composers. Read More

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