Culture has been a bridge of commitment between Cuba and the United States, Cuban ambassador Jose Ramon Cabañas said during the opening ceremony on Tuesday night of a festival that is being held an important U.S. institution in Washington.
The festival ”Artes de Cuba: From the Island to the World”, which gathers about 400 artists from that nation, opens its doors today in the United States with a show featuring music figures.
Some 400 Cuban artists will perform a great festival in one of the most active cultural institutions of the United States, the John F. Kennedy Center for Stage Arts.
With the participation of Juan Carlos Camaño, president of the Latin American Federation of Jornalists (FELAP), Cuba celebrated today the World Press Freedom Day.
Havana’s city historian Eusebio Leal arrived in San Jose today invited by the Presidency, which will award him the National Order Juan Mora Fernandez in the Rank of the Grand Cross, Silver Plate.
The Cultural and Friendship Association PHILCUBA sponsored the launch of the book ”Fidel Castro y la Revolución Cubana” (Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution) in this capital.
The American John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts considers a pleasure to open its doors to those who want to celebrate Cuban culture during a great festival whose preparations march perfectly today, according to organizers.
The Mexican Independent Company ”Conjuro Teatro” will premiere at the City Theater ”Yo soy el rey del mambo,” by Cuban playwright Ulises Rodriguez, the House of Scenic Memory (CME) confirmed here today.
The documentary Olé, Olé, Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America” and a photographic exhibition about the tour of the legendary British band The Rolling Stones will be premiered today in this capital.