The first ballerina of the Cuba´s National Ballet (BNC) Viengsay Valdes became Tuesday the artistic deputy director of the company headed by the legendary Alicia Alonso, 98 years old.
UNESCO Director General Audrey Azoulay awarded the Jose Marti International Prize to the outstanding Cuban intellectual Roberto Fernandez Retamar, diplomatic sources announced Monday.
Cuban intellectual Abel Prieto today highlighted the work of the Prensa Latina news agency in spreading the truth by participating in an international event about the challenges of journalism.
More than flamenco promises today the Cuban company Irene Rodriguez to the public that awaits her in New York for her performances next Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Joyce Theater.
More than 550 works from various Latin American countries are Friday contending for the 60th edition of the Literary Award Casa de las Americas, organized each year by this Cuban institution.
The Cinematheque of Cuba is organizing a The Beatles Week as of January 16 with a varied program in homage to the legendary English band.
Rum is not just alcohol but culture and traditions, as the renowned Cuban bartender Pavel Fernández, one of the participants in the First Gastrocult 2019 Academic Workshop, stated here today.
Hosted by Prensa Latina news agency, Cuba will host an international forum on January 21 and 22 to address challenges Latin American journalism is facing today in the scenarios of globalization and new technologies, the organizers announced on Wednesday.
Argentine musician Juan Quintero and his folkloric trio Quintero-Pilar-Segret is one of the participants at the Longina trova festival, beginning Tuesday in the Cuban city of Santa Clara.
The 28th International Book Fair (FIL), scheduled to be held from February 7 to 17, will be attended by representatives of 43 countries from five continents, organizers announced here.
Cuban pianist and composer Frank Fernandez announced today that he will dedicate a concert to the Cuban Revolution on the 60th anniversary of Fidel Castro”s entry into this capital, with the Caravan of Victory.
UNESCO, on the 60th anniversary of the triumph of the Revolution, sent congratulations to Cuba”s permanent delegation to the body, diplomatic sources reported Friday.
Abel Prieto Jiménez, director of the Marti Program Office, stressed on Tuesday the importance of a coherent cultural policy, because when the market dictates the rules it is mediocrity that triumphs.
Pope Francis enjoyed the performance by Cuban circus artists who greeted him at his Wednesday”s General Audience in the Paul VI Hall.
The Latin Institute of Music appointed Prima Ballerina Assoluta, Alicia Alonso, ”Star of the Century” for her work heading the Cuban ballet school.
The Cuban women”s duo of DJs, Pauza (Paula Fernandez and Zahira Sanchez), presented Monday their second album entitled IRE, an album positioning the Cuban electronic music on the international scene.
A new film about an old problem, brought Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro back to the New Latin American Film Festival of Havana, which space is considered today relevant for the regional movie.
Plastic artist Jesus Lara Sotelo presented on Wednesday the illustrated poetry collection ”Alicia y la elección de la Fe” (Alicia and the Choice of Faith), inspired by legendary dancer Alicia Alonso, who will turn 98 on December 21.
The 4th Latin American Monologue Festival will be held February 12-16, 2019 in the Cuban province of Cienfuegos (center-south), organizers announced.
The painter Jose Miguel Perez inaugurated an exhibition dedicated to exalting the image of the most recognized Cuban artist, Alicia Alonso, who will turn 98 on December 21.