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Artists of the capital join the Camagüey’s brigade that works for victims



Camagüey, Sep 22.- A artistic brigade of the capital will join starting tomorrow to the actions of the system of culture in this province, to comfort the spirit of the people affected by the hurricane that recently struck almost all over the country.


The Director of Culture in the territory of Camagüey, Irma Horta Mesa, said to Agramonte Digital that the collective members Tony Avila and his group, the troubadours Idania Valdes, Pedro Romero and Leo Garrido.


It is also expected to arrive today to Camagüey, as part of the entourage, the actor Orelvis Diaz and the clown and magician Leolvis Lorenzo Lopez.
Horta Mesa said that they will present from this Saturday until next Tuesday in 26 communities in the municipalities most affected by the meteor, and in centers where they receive attention evacuees who lost their homes or a part of it.


"I think it's going to be important to this visit and will be well received by the victims, for those who are already working a few days ago, the artistic brigade we are already in combat, along with instructors of art and cultural promoters who worked at the base," stressed the directive.


The most recent report of that group of Camagüey´s workers of culture added -until last Wednesday-118 actions in communities and evacuation centers of Esmeralda, Sierra de Cubitas, Nuevitas, Minas, Florida and the City of Camagüey.


In addition, the director of Culture in the province highlighted that is already repaired the headquarters of the Ballet of Camaguey and currently working in the Vocational School of Art Luis Casas Romero, the main theater, the hall of the ceramics and the Provincial Museum Ignacio Agramonte.


On the other hand, parallel to the work of recovery in the buildings they occupy, restart the school year in the Vincentian Academy of the Arts of the tower and in the conservatory of music Jose White.


Hurricane Irma affected some 40 cultural institutions in several municipalities of Camagüey, including total and partial collapses, and without losing sight of priorities, such as housing and schools, it will continue to work to provide service to the people. (Redacción Digital/ Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: File/ Portal Prince)