Cuba Hosts Eyeife Electronic Music Festival

Organizers of the first edition of the international electronic music festival, Eyeife, scheduled here for September 26-30, hope to turn the Cuban capital into one of the main venues of that music genre in the world.

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Cuban Socio Cultural Project Goes to France

The French city of Toulouse will receive an exhibit dedicated to Latin American hand made puppets and dolls of the Cuban socio-cultural project Carsueños, based in the Cuban eastern central city of Camaguey.

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UNESCO Official to Cuba Highlights Importance of Rumba

The director-general of the UNESCO Cultural Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, Catherine Muller, highlighted today here the importance of Cuban rumba for being an expression of resistance and national identity.

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Diagnosis of laughter in Camagüey

The grace and healthy humor of the clowns will fulfill the city of Camagüey in the week of August 21 to 27, with the celebration of the First Encounter of clowns "Diagnosis of laughter", with the participation of invited several Cuban provinces.

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Nachito Herrera playing the piano wearing a guayabera

Ignacio “Nachito” Herrera premiered last night the electroacustic piano in the Avellaneda Theater, in this city where he indulge himself by “sweating” his guayabera in his native Cuba, as the invited solo player by the Minnesota Youth Symphonies Orchestra, states where he lives since 2002.


Crusade for urban music

In Cuba there are several groups devoted to urban music, they mix meringue and jazz with electronic music. That is why Yissy García, Yassek Manzano, Albertico Lezcay, Roberto Fonseca and Temperamento, among others, stand out for.


Personal objects that belonged to Cuba’s National Poet Nicolas Guillen were donated on Thursday to the Ignacio Agramonte Provincial Museum in Camaguey where they will be better conserved for the enjoyment of future generations.


Culture in the summer, for every preference

The institutions from the field of Culture in Cuba are already broadcasting activities for the summer, and in this province they are announcing an “avalanche” for every preference, with the programming of around 10 800 activities during July and August.


Unusual in the trajectory of Joel Jover, the overflowing colors are a visual novelty in the most recent thematic series of the Camagüey’s painter, which dates from the current year and remains exposed in the gallery Julián Morales, of this city.