Rolling Stones to play free open air concert in Cuba

Rolling Stones to play free open air concert in Cuba
… at the Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana in Havana on March 25. In a statement, The Rolling Stones said: "We have performed in many special places during our long career, but this show in Havana is going to be a landmark event for us, and, we hope, for …
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Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre offers a taste of Cuban culture
While “Escape” and “Danzones Baleticos” deal directly with matters of Cuban culture and history, Mateo explained that he was inspired by the music of his new work, Cuban composer Juan Pinera's “Trio Cervantino,” to address more widespread experiences.

SCC professor details Cuban culture
City College political science professor Dagne Tedla holds a lecture in PAC 106 discussing the history of Cuba, his own experiences visiting Cuba, and celebrating the opening of travel between the United States and Cuba. Feb. 23, 2016. Emily Peterson …
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Canadian tourism in Cuba: Will American travellers affect the experience?
"The Cubans for some time to come would want to maintain their unique culture and their unique economic culture, which is very distinct." "Everybody's talking about Cuba changing, but how is it going to change and who's going to be in charge of that …

Cuban Artist Offers Nation’s First Free Public Wi-Fi

The Cuban government granted artist Kcho permission to open the island’s first free, public-access Internet hub at a cultural centre in Havana. Currently only about 5-25% of Cubans have any access to the Internet. Kcho will carry the cost of the bandwidth at an expense of approximately 0/month. We look at the story on the Lip News with Jose Marcelino Ortiz and Nik Zecevic.
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Penn alumni and friends were treated to an impromptu rap performance when we visited the Cuban Rap Agency. We learned all about the art form and its importance in Cuban culture.

Thanks to Steven Rovner, C’89, for sharing this video with us.
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Cuba – Island of Music – full movie free watch on YouTube

Tanzen, wie Cubaner tanzen? Können Europäer auch! Tanzen lernen, wie Cubaner tanzen! An der

Die Latin Dance Academy in Hamburg unter der Leitung der cubanischen Choreographin Requena Delgado ist europäischer Kooerationspartner des cubanischen Fernsehballets (Compañia de Ballet de la Television Cubana) und des ISA (Instituto Superior de Arte) in La Habana und mit aktuell mehr als 1.200 aktiven Schülern die weltweit größte Dance Academy für cubanische Tänze.

Rumba, Afro, Salsa, Son, Mambo, ChaChaChá, Reggaeton – Cubaton, Orishas, Pilon, Mozambique, Conga, Despelote, SalsaSuelta, Merengue, Bachata und natürlich Rueda de Casino – die ganze Vieffalt der cubanischen Tänze wird hier nicht nur unterrichtet, hier wird sie gelebt.

Und die Salsa-Trainings-DVD-Reihe gibt es begleitend auf

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