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Contemporary take on Cuba's Danzón comes to Strathmore

Forget Ricky Ricardo and his rendition of "Babalu." Cuba's artistic contributions are much more than a steamy evening at The Tropicana. Read More

Muñequitos de Matanzas Group Makes its Debut in Germany

The internationally known group Muñequitos de Matanzas performed on Thursday at the venue of the World Congress on Cuban Culture underway in Munich, Germany. Read More

Culinary links between Cuba and Canada

Everything started back in Camaguey City on February 1999 when a delegation of Canadian citizens, mainly chefs, came to Cuba and tasted typical meals from Matanzas, Cienfuegos, Havana, Santiago de Cuba and Camagüey. Read More

Cuba Hosts Ballet Academies Encounter

Professors and dancers from 17 countries will take part in the 13th International Academies Encounter for the teaching of ballet from March 27 to April 10. Read More

Julio Neira’s Exhibition in Havana, Cuba

The exhibition “La memoria encofrada” by Cuban painter and sculptor Julio Neira Milián, from the island’s central province of Sancti Spiritus, was inaugurated on Friday in Havana’s Arte Galiano art gallery, according to AIN. Read More

Cuba tobacco legend celebrates 91st birthday

Cuban tobacco legend Alejandro Robaina celebrated his 91st birthday on Saturday, weakened by ill health but surrounded by friends and family and the tobacco fields that have been his life.<br /> Read More

Cuba Artistic Brigade in Haiti, Sign of Altruism

The presence of a Cuban artistic brigade in Haiti may well cast doubts on those unable to recognize the altruism with which the Martha Machado brigade's members work. Read More

Cuban National Ballet to Perform in Europe

Cuban National Ballet will have a tour of Great Britain and France by the end of March to May, reported on Friday sources of the company headed by Alicia Alonso, Prima Ballerina Asoluta. Read More

Argos Teatro toward Spain with its “Reino dividido”

After its premiere in Havana, the piece by journalist and playwright Amado del Pino, staged by director Carlos Celdran and Argos Teatro, heads toward the peninsula, to take this moving and lyrical revisitation of the civil war days to the compatriots of poet Miguel Hernandez. Read More

Great Cuban Traditional Music Concert

A great concert of traditional music, held for the first time in Cuba, will fill hearts with guitars of this city which will host the International Festival de la Trova Pepe Sanchez on March 21. Read More

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