Havana, Mar 21.- The first Havana Lives festival will be held in Havana to gather the best of Cuban music in a single event, announced one of its organizers Jorge Luis Robaina, leader of the group Karamba.
Havana, 11 Mar.- With the objective of making visible the musical work of relevant artists inside and outside Cuba, the Meeting of Women Creators ''Angel and Habanera'', hosted by Cuban singer-songwriter Liuba Maria Hevia, opens Monday in Havana.
Santa Clara, Cuba, Feb 24.- The 2018 National Music Award, Marcos Antonio Urbay, died Sunday at age 90 in his native Caibarien, a Cuban town more than 50 kilometers northeast of this city.
By Fausto Triana
Santiago de Chile, Nov 14. -He made bolero his religion and acquired fame the same in Cuba as in Mexico, but still went further to the United States, to become himself icon: Lucho Gatica, a farewell that marks the mourning in his native Chile.
Camagüey, Nov 13. -This time there were few hats, but the excitement and the spectacle that characterizes the musical group Qva Libre that gave a concert to Camagüey to celebrate its title of city was not missed this Monday.
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 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.
Havana, Oct 2. -Poet and ethnologist Miguel Barnet and musician Eliades Ochoa are the first Cubans to receive the Latin Award Canada, a prize they say ''is a recognition to Cuban culture,'' both artists told Prensa Latina this Tuesday.
Paris, Oct 1. -Legendary French singer Charles Aznavour, 94, passed away on Monday in the south of France, and his death generates a maelstrom of reactions of pain from what many consider ''an immense loss''.
Mexico, Sep 28. -Mexican singer Thalia and Cuban duo Gente de Zona premiere on Friday the song Lento (Slow), which is accompanied by a video recorded in Miami.