Monday June 18, 2018

Performing Arts

Update: Fors Debuts in Miami, Los Carpinteros in Majorca, and Pérez and Fuego Walk the Highline

Eighties Generation artist José Manuel Fors arrives in Miami for his first show there, Los Carpinteros send a pretzel-shaped bed to Majorca, William Pérez and Marlys Fuego explore New York, and "Delirio Habanero" hits Miami--tonight.

Update: Mariño Wins Pollock-Krasner, Los Van Van Return, Teatro de la Luna in NC

Armando Mariño shares some good news, “the Rolling Stones of Cuba” play both U.S. coasts, and Havana’s famed Teatro de la Luna is coming to Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Fundación Grantees Nurture Cuba-U.S. Cultural Exchanges

In late 2010, Fundación Cuba Avant-Garde, the sponsoring organization for Cuban Art News, made its first grants to U.S. arts organizations with projects about Cuban art and culture. As the Fundación heads into its second funding season, Cuban Art News checks in with the 2010 grantees.

Verónica Lynn: An Actress and Her Characters

In a conversation with Cuban Art News, this essential figure in Cuban film, theater, and television talks about directors she’s worked with, actors she admires, and the greatest compliment she ever received from a fan.

Ballet Nacional de Cuba Bewitches BAM Audiences

The Ballet Nacional de Cuba presented La Magia de la Danza at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)’s Howard Gilman Opera House during a run from June 8-11, 2011, as part of New York’s ¡Si Cuba! Festival. The company, founded by Alicia Alonso and accompanied by the Orquesta Cubano conducted by Giovanni Duarte, suggested nothing more Cuban than in the Spanish names of the performers—i.e., Rodríguez, García, Molina, Gómez. This was traditional, classical ballet in every sense, with excerpts from six of the best-known works in the ballet canon.
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