Matanzas has an artistic wealth of high carats and this is evidenced in the accumulation of activities that will take place these final days of the 45 Week of Culture, on the eve of the National Day, whose culmination will be on October 20th.
First, at a press conference at the House of the Scenic Memory, it was learned that the theater group Las Estaciones premieres this Sunday 18th, in double function at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm, the play Soñar con los ojos open, a performance concert with songs and games, as reported by its director and scriptwriter, Rubén Darío Salazar, 2020 National Theater Award.
It is a staging conducted by the soprano Lucelsy Fernández, who engages the acting movement of Iván García, Arlettis González, Sonia Cobos and Migdalia Seguí, the continuity of the melodies by the Vida quintet and the choreographies of Fernanda Martínez and Yadiel Durán.
The costume design, dolls, lights and scenography belong to Zenén Calero, National Theater Award 2020, and the beautiful poster was created by Abdiel de la Campa. To the joy of the little ones, the work will be held at the headquarters of the Pelusín del Monte Cultural Center next Saturdays and Sundays until the beginning of November.
It was also learned of the premiere in Matanzas of the play Desastre, authored by Ulises Rodríguez Febles, by the group Teatro D´Sur under the direction of Pedro Vera, in the Icarón theater room, this Saturday 17 and Sunday 18, at 4 12:00 pm, with the stellar performances of the leading actress Miriam Muñoz and Jorge Castillo.
For its part, the Office of the Curator of the City broadcasts online the Second African Legacy Colloquium in the community, dedicated to the beginning of the Wars of Independence and the 77th anniversary of the Santa Teresa Cabildo.
For lovers of concert music, in the José White room the Bonanza trio will perform and today Saturday at 3:00 in the afternoon there will be a special proposal: the brasswind concert of the Symphony and guests of the intermediate school , under the direction of maestro Rodolfo Horta, with a repertoire that includes pieces from various musical trends such as the Symphony Sacra, by Giovanni Gabriel; fragments of the Brahms Requiem; the piece An American in Paris, by George Gershwin, and the closing with Mambo 5, by Dámaso Pérez Prado from Matanzas.