The 27th International Book Fair (BIBF 2020) opened on Saturday in Beijing, and Cuba is its guest of honor, on occasion of the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The Adelaide del M√°rmol National Poetry Award calls for its 18th edition, organized by the Pedro Ortiz Dom√≠nguez Center for the Promotion and Development of Literature, the Provincial Center for Books and Literature and Ediciones Holgu√≠n.
125 years have passed since that glorious September 16, 1895, when in the fields of Jimaguay√ļ, Camag√ľey, the Magna Carta of the Republic of Cuba in Arms, only seven months after the beginning of hostilities, was approved by the constituent assembly with deep patriotic fervor and eagerness for independence.
Considered to be one of the most important Cuban composers of the 20th century, Eduardo S√°nchez de Fuentes is remembered both for the creation of popular and classical music, the latter having a language within romanticism and post-romanticism.
Dance Magazine has celebrated the living legends of that art since 1954, and its selection committee assures that it made the current decision in light of deep reflections on racial equity inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Failde Orchestra, a staple of danzon national dance, one of Cuba‚Äôs traditional musical genre, is currently on the list of voting members of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, awarder of the Grammy Latin awards.
‚ÄôThe Press is not kind approval or insulting anger; it is a proposal, study, examination and advice‚Äô. With these beautiful and precise words that date back to 1875 and are totally valid, the distinguished Cuban journalist, poet and patriot, Jos√© Mart√≠, defined such profession, which every September 8 commemorates its International Day.
In 2010, the Cauce publishing house of the Cuban Association of Writers and Artists (Uneac), in Pinar del R√≠o, presented the first edition of the book entitled As de Corazones, reissued two years later, in its Almargen collection.
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