The Nicaraguan poet, journalist, and diplomat RubĂ©n DarĂo considered the greatest representative of literary modernism in the Spanish language, was born on 18 January 1867, 155 years ago.
Many always identified her as the Diva of St. Petersburg, - given her origins in that Russian city - but simply put, and for the glory of Bel Canto, that voice had a name still well remembered: Mariana de Gonitch Justikaya.
With a solid and relevant work in Cuban music, admired by instrumentalists and loved by the public, maestro Guido LĂłpez-GavilĂˇn turned 78 years old on 3 January.
Since ancient times, human beings have known by the intuition of the positive effects of music on the state of mind and psyche, as it has always accompanied the most diverse activities undertaken by them in the religious, economic, social, cultural, and other spheres.
Todayâ€™s world is characterized by the accelerated development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) that impact multiple spheres of human life, in particular the educational sphere.
The first anniversary of the virtual shop AlgoMĂˇsQueArte of the AlcanSan Shopping Centre was celebrated, right where it was presented, at the National Crafts Fair, during its second edition in Havana, at the Cultural Station of LĂnea y 18, in the capitalâ€™s Vedado district.
The talented Cuban pianist Lianne Vega had the privilege of opening in Havana, on Thursday 16 December, the Beethoven Festival, an event dedicated to the 251st anniversary of the birth of the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven.
A man of conviction and loyalty to the working class, JesĂşs MenĂ©ndez Larrondo embraced from his adolescence, with courage and energy, the revolutionary and patriotic ideology claimed by his people.
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