In order to continue this project, a new member was needed who would commit to the artistic interests of the duo and found, in the talented young clarinetist Alejandro Calzadilla, the ideal musician to continue the work of Vicente Monterrrey, who graduated under his tutelage this eminent disciple with a gold degree from the University of the Arts of Cuba.
The mythical Cuban dancer Alicia Alonso -the emblem of Ibero-American and world dance-, would turn one hundred years old. Her legacy has remained in the living memory of several generations, for as the Cuban poet and novelist JosĂ© Lezama Lima so aptly put it: â€śThe subtlest and profound part of our history is made clear by her incomparable art.â€ť
The University Studentsâ€™ Federation (FEU) celebrated its 98th birthday with a very young spirit - despite being the longest-running student organization in Cuba - and continues to burst into the present, with all the strength and vitality of the students it brings together.
With seven decades of life, and more than fifty years of experience as a visual artist, this Santiago native named Alberto Lescay Merencio feels like a happy man and continues to contribute every day, with renewed energy, to Cuban culture.
Cuban National Craft Fair opened today in Havana, at the Cultural Station of Linea street, where it will be held until December 28.
The internationally renowned Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba company (LADC) has announced a special perfoming digest in this capital 1, 2, 3... All to the stage! show, which compiles all its educational, social, and professional work.
The new orchestra that will bear his name from today will be a perpetual tribute to his work, and will continue to defend a musical concept conceived by Duchesne: to endorse and make visible the best Cuban and universal chamber music repertoire.
The festivities of the Red and Blue sides of Majagua, in the province of Ciego de Avila, celebrate the condition of Cultural Patrimony of the Nation, for defending the most genuine peasant dances of the country
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