WORKS FROM MADRID’S MUSEO DEL PRADO IN HAVANA
Madrid’s Museo del Prado has installed an open-air exhibition in Havana. Some of the most famous works by the great maestros from its collection now adorn the perimeter fence of the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, one of the fortresses that makes the Cuban capital a UNESCO World Heritage
Fidel placed particular emphasis on the development of Cuban culture from the very first years of the Revolution
XIV SEASON OF WALKS AND WANDERINGS
For the 14th consecutive year, the City Historian’s Office is inviting Havana natives and visitors to learn more about the colonial part of the city founded in 1519, through a special summer program entitled Rutas y Andares (Routes and Wanderings).
“I love this city, so I made a film where you see the beautiful part of our Havana...They are real places that are there for us to admire, for us to enjoy,” said director Tomás Piard, discussing his new film, La ciudad (The City) following a screening for the press.
WORLD PREMIERE OF ACOSTA DANZA
Carlos Acosta, world ballet star, opted for a selection of contemporary pieces for the premiere in Havana (April 8) of his company, Acosta Danza, delighting a full house gathered in the Lorca Hall of the Alicia Alonso Grand Theater of Havana
The British choreographer premiers The listening room with Danza Contemporanea de Cuba
INTERNATIONAL PUPPET WORKSHOP IN MATANZAS
Company’s founder and director, Rubén Darío Salazar, discusses the upcoming International Puppetry Workshop to be attended by 16 Cuban groups and nine others from abroad, April 19-24
Rudy Mora enthralls audiences with extraordinary visuals
Timbalaye project has become a far-reaching phenomenon and is expanding with the recent opening of the Casa Latinoamericana de la Poesía in Veracruz, Mexico
This year’s Cubadisco 2015 Festival, the island’s most anticipated annual music event, is dedicated to choir and symphony music