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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Culture


  • Argentine cartoonist Quino, creator of Mafalda, died

    Argentine cartoonist Quino, creator of Mafalda, died

    Buenos Aires, Sep 30.- Just one day after the ingenious cartoon Mafalda, turned 60 years, her creator, the great cartoonist Joaquín Lavado (Quino) died today at the age of 88 .

  • New York firm Criterion promotes restored copy of Cuban film Lucía

    New York firm Criterion promotes restored copy of Cuban film Lucía

    Havana, Sep 29.- The New York firm Criterion today promotes the presentation of its third pack of the World Cinema Project, which includes in the foreground the copy restored by that prestigious entity of Lucía (1968), by Humberto Solás .

  • Graziella Pogolotti calls to promote morals ​​and ethical awareness

    Graziella Pogolotti calls to promote morals ​​and ethical awareness

    Havana, Sep 28.- In the most intimate area of ​​my memory I preserve my gratitude for the good teachers I found in the classrooms, capable of providing me with useful information and, above all, of sowing the values ​​inherent in an uncompromising ethical conscience, Graziella Pogolotti proclaims.

  • Yissi García premiered exceptional album in her musical career

    Yissi García premiered exceptional album in her musical career

    Havana, Sep 26.- The young Cuban percussionist and composer Yissi García, leader of the Bandancha group and one of the most prominent drummers in the country's contemporary jazz scene, premiered Verano Groove on networks, an exceptional album in her career.

  • CDR's 60th Anniversary Bat awarded to the Carsueños Community Sociocultural Project

    CDR's 60th Anniversary Bat awarded to the Carsueños Community Sociocultural Project

    Camagüey, Sep 25.- The Committee for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), awarded the 60th Anniversary Bat to the Carsueños Community Sociocultural Project for their work dedicated to giving art and awakening smiles in the children of Camagüey.   

  • Orquesta Faílde de Cuba, new voting member of the Latin Grammys

    Orquesta Faílde de Cuba, new voting member of the Latin Grammys

    Havana, Sep 24 - The Faílde Orchestra, defender of Cuban danzón, rhythm and national dance, appears today on the list of voting members belonging to the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which awards the Latin Grammy Awards.

  • Annual award from the North American Dance Magazine for Carlos Acosta

    Annual award from the North American Dance Magazine for Carlos Acosta

    Los Angeles, Sep 23.- The North American Dance Magazine today recognizes the solid international career of the first Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta with the award of its annual award to him and other black artists.

  • Jazz Vilá Project premiers first Cuban online series

    Jazz Vilá Project premiers first Cuban online series

    Havana, Sep 22.- It is necessary to support more than ever culture, art and theater as a genuine and legendary form of entertainment, the Cuban actor and director Jazz Vilá published on his social networks about the online premiere of his most recent costume or makeup proposal.

  • Literature also runs through Freddys Núñez Estenoz's veins

    Literature also runs through Freddys Núñez Estenoz's veins

    Camagüey, Sep 21.- Freddys Núñez Estenoz is loved by many people. That is why it is not surprising that in a meeting between friends, co-workers and lovers of theatre, thanks giving is heard from the audience or the flattering words of an art instructor who knows the playwright's concern for good work since childhood.

  • Harlequin, 21 years inspired in our National Hero

    Harlequin, 21 years inspired in our National Hero

    Camagüey, Sep 19.- José Martí said it well: "The children had to get together at least once a week, to see who they could do some good to, all together." And do you know? In the most recent presentation of the Arlequín Artistic Ensemble, at the Avellaneda Theater, the members of the infant-youth group cheered up an entire city.