Female deities Yemaya and Ochún conspire their firmness and seduction in a ceremonial ritual, the heir of the Cuban Santeria and source of inspiration for the Folkloric Ballet of Camagüey (BFC), an accomplice of the spirituality of our ancestors.
From the root, the Exodus and the Diaspora, Oddi-Oche convenes the history, art, traditions and customs of the peoples, an inexhaustible source of social and artistic elements of African culture in Cuba.
What came with the ignominy of man and became slavery today is genuine expression of identity and syncretism, become essential heritage of the nation.
Oddi-Oche breaks canons established by the prestigious cast in their 26 years of created, with recognition in several scenarios of the country, representing from the language of our orishas, the most significant expressions of folk culture. (Digital) (Photos: Rachel Garcia)