Matanzas sings to the patron saint of Cuba next Sunday, September 8, at 5:00 p.m., in the José White Concert Hall. A city full of traditions pays tribute to one of the most native symbols of our Cuba. The doors of the José White Concert Hall will be open to enjoy the concert Move the… Continue Reading »
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Again the tradition / called the crowd / who asked for health, / prosperity, blessing, / and walked in procession / in the villagepeople from Mocha / where the rite shows dedication, / because there are no candles / the Virgin of candles / always on the 2nd of February. From remote villages /… Continue Reading »
This Tuesday, the Rumba Route, Timbalaye 2018, arrived in the city of Matanzas. The San Severino Castle, Museum of the Slave Route, received the Rumba players and their relatives, depositories of an invaluable cultural heritage. The group The Kings of the Drum enlivened the inauguration of the event in Matanzas, cradle of… Continue Reading »
In order to keep the peasant tradition in San Antonio de Cabezas, the land where Justo Vega, the knight of the tenth in Cuba, was born, the ranch of the Credits and Services Cooperative (CCS) Rubén González becomes the main stage For the summer festival.
During the last hours of the previous Sunday, Matanzas recalled the times of the past when the Danzon dressed his streets with sensuality. The nineteenth century was transformed into actuality, although it enjoyed the good airs of the contemporary, during the closing of the second edition of the International Meeting Danzonero Miguel Failde in Memoriam.
The summer season always comes with options for enjoyment and healthy recreation of the population, punctuated by offerings that meet the most diverse aesthetic tastes. In search of the necessary approach to our cultural roots and sites of historical significance for the province, the Palacio de Junco Museum, along with the network of museum institutions in the province has organized various options.
One of the teachers of the visual arts in Matanzas, Agustín Drake says he still remains a visit to the former Republican Spain sugarmill in Perico, to feel the christ who shaped the beginning of the 60s.
Yimara Bastille decided to keep alive the memory of his grandfather, who always participated in the pilgrimage dedicated to the descendants of Spaniards, in Matanzas, The Black Madonna the Virgin , patron saint of Catalonia . After the pain that entails the loss of a loved one, now the young mother is accompanied by her little closer to that tradition that is also yours.