Mexico, Oct 19. -A large selection of Cuban books, music and plastic arts is currently present at the Zocalo Book Fair, which will run until October 21st.
Camagüey, Oct 17. -The Cuban Culture Day, started last October 10th, and generates constant actions in this city, through innovative projects like PensARTE.
Havana, Oct 16. -Cuban singer Omara Portuondo will offer a concert on July 28th at the capital's Martí Theater, in which she will promote her new album Omara Siempre, (Omara Forever) nominated for the Latin Grammy Award 2018, according to the organizers.
Havana, Oct 12. -Representatives of over twenty companies from 14 countries will participate in the 26th Alicia Alonso International Ballet Festival in Havana, according to its organizers.
Buenos Aires, Oct 11. -The movie ''Jose Martí, el Ojo del Canario'' (Jose Martí, The Eye of The Canary), by Fernando Pérez, will represent Cuba at the Mira pa cá Latin American Film Festival in Buenos Aires, to which motion pictures from 11 countries were submitted.
By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
I still remember the first time I was in a theater. We were going to see "La casa de Bernarda Alba", by Federico García Lorca” and, as I had just studied it in literature lessons, I knew the work, and it was among my favorites by then.
Madrid, Oct 6. -The Teatro Real, one of the most important Spanish cultural institutions, will pay tribute today to soprano Montserrat Caballé, 85, who passed away this Saturday, in a hospital of her beloved Barcelona.
Havana, Oct 5. -The singer-song writer Liuba María Hevia and Los Van Van released their more recent videoclip De monte y ciudad this Thursday in Cubadebate’s broadcast in the Mesa Redonda.
Camagüey, Oct 4.-The University of Arts in this city participates in the celebration for the Cuban Culture Day with the first edition of the academic conference Alejo Carpentier, which will be held the 18th and 19th of the current month.
Camagüey, Oct 3. -The Camagüey National Theatre Festival is one of the inevitable topics here in any conversation these days, when the local public eagerly awaits its 17th edition, an atypical date, to say of its president, the Camagüey playwright Freddys Núñez Estenoz.