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Welcome to Cuba Absolutely’s Havana What’s On Guide to the best in Havana entertainment produced inassociation with Cubaism travel agency.

This month we have highlighted the Santiago Carnival which takes place between July 24-27, 2010. This isCuba’s premier carnival and is extremely hot. Sweltering temperatures, dancing, music combine with a partyattitude make this Cuba’s premier carnival. This may be rough and raw around the edges (perhaps not for thefaint hearted), but it is certainly real and an experience not to forget.

Enjoy.

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In keeping with its motto, “To Read is to Grow,” the Havana International Book Fair is designed to promotedomestic and international literature to people of all ages and preferences. Probably the most importantevent of its kind in LatinAmerica, besides the exhibition and sale of books from Cuban and foreign publishinghouses, the fair includes book launchings, authors’ readings, art exhibitions, museum events, eveningconcerts and recitals, and screenings of films based on literary themes, all of which draw huge crowds. Forthe enjoyment of the youngsters, the fair has the famous children’s pavilion, Paper Treasures. So, if you’re inHavana, check the fair out. It’s definitely worth it!

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Amelia Peláez, una Mirada Retrospectiva

Fuera de Casa

Profunda Sed

Acollection of 40 paintings and drawings whichrepresent 40 years of the work (1926-1966)carried out by the painter, draughtswoman andceramist Amelia Peláez, one of the founders ofCuba’s avant-garde. Influenced by Cubism,she excellently recreated themes that includestained-glass windows, Cuban fruits, tropicalflowers and spaces that are quickly identifiedas Cuban with an outstanding use of colour.

Opens 4 Feb 2011Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Arte Cubano)

Un Minuto de Silencio

40 años de gráfica

Thirty acclaimed Cuban artists from differentgenerations and trends have been convokedby the also painter Maykel Herrera to paytribute to something that they believe ispraiseworthy or sacred, with the condition thatthey use only grays, white and black.Participating artists in this project RobertoFabelo, Manuel Mendive, Pedro Pablo Oliva,Flora Fong, Eduardo Roca (Choco), Zaida delRío, Alicia Leal, Juan Moreira, Ileana Mulet,Alexis Leyva (Kcho), Ernesto Rancaño,Eduardo Abela, Agustín Bejarano, AziyadéRuíz, Bonachea, Rigoberto Mena, José Omar Torres, Rubén Rodríguez, Carlos Guzmán,Ángel Ramírez, Ernesto García Peña, Nelson Domínguez, Aimée García, Estereo Segura,Ever Fonseca, Roberto Diago, Adigio Benítez,José Fúster, Áisar Jalil, Ramón Casas, MaykelHerrera, a true galaxy of stars of Cuban arttoday.

Throughout Feb 2011Casa Museo Oswaldo Guayasamín

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Throughout Feb 2011Casa del Benemérito de las Américas Benito Juárez

Curated by the well-known critic David Mateo,this exhibition by the self-taught artist AdonisFerro, who is known for his expressionisticworks, features mid-size and large paintings,which are accentuated by the dramaticdistortion of figures and the use of resourcessuch as dripping and an unconventional use ofcolour.

Throughout Feb 2011Galería Latinoamericana, Casa de las

Exhibition of the graphic work of theoutstanding Mexican artist Manuel Felguérez

Opens 4 Feb 2011Palacio Lombillo

This exhibit puts forward four views of thenatural beauties of the famous Viñales Valley inthe western province of Pinar del Río, whichhas been the source of inspiration of manyCuban writers and artists. Juan CarlosMorales, Jessy Gómez, Jorge Antonio Sixtoand Sandy Morales avail themselves of thevalley proving that landscape painting is verymuch alive.

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Cóndor contra Toro

Paisaje Cubano

Throughout Feb 2011Galería Mariano

Throughout Feb 2011Galería Carmen Montilla

Exhibition of Peruvian popular art donated bythe collector of traditional artAlicia BustamanteVernal (1905-1968) to Casa de lasAméricas

Kamil Bullaudy invites the viewers to take adifferent and new look of the city’s landscapethrough twelve large canvases and 10sculptures based on objects found in thestreets of Havana.

Ámbito Heterotópico

Throughout Feb 2011Factoría Habana

A daring exhibit of works by Humberto Díaz,Duvier del Dago, Wilfredo Prieto and JoséEmilio Fuentes (JEFF), members of the latestgenerations of Cuban artists.

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Traslúcidos Deseos Onírica

Dreams, nightmares, reality, anguish, irony,pleasure…emotions and sensations thatenvelop the viewer compelling them to becomeinvolved, to examine and confess themselvesbefore zoomorphic, mutant creatures, who arethemselves and at the same time others andus. Aisar Jalil, Cuban of Lebanese descent,has said of this his latest exhibition: “I set outsituations that invite the interlocutor to seeoptimism or pessimism. This is what the entirework, which is not demagogic, does.

Throughout Feb 2011Collage Habana

Throughout Feb 2011La Acacia

The fine drawing, the explosion of greens and blues, the delicate transparencies applied tothe female nude lend voluptuous sensuality tothe obsessive search for beauty whichcharacterizes the work of Ernesto GarcíaPeña. The plant motifs, with an evanescentlightness, create a dreamlike atmosphere,which the artist uses at will to attenuate oremphasize the erotic nature of his enigmaticwomen, or the copulation of his levitatingcouples.

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TROVA

Trovando

A place where troubadours and poets gettogether for a unique performance in abohemian atmosphere, combined with thelaunching and sale of record albums, booksand magazines.

Every Wednesday, 4:00 pm Feb / 2011Patio-bar of the EGREM record label

La Trova sin Traba

La Tanda

Liliana Herrero in Concert

Dúo AlCanto

Different generations and styles converge in anatural combination of traditional, new andvery new trova.

Inti Santana, a troubadour of the youngergeneration who expresses the poetry of hislyrics my means of an effective fusion of trova,Afro-Cuban music, son, bolero, pop, rock,Araband Brazilian music, in an informal get togetherwith guest singers.

Don’t miss the concert by the Argentineansinger Liliana Herrero, one of the great voices of America with over 12 albums; an expert infolklore and considered one of the mostimportant musicians in her country during thelast two decades.

Course “Brief History of Cuban Trova”organized by the musician Pavel Poveda as a series of lectures whose general topic is“Cuban trova, 100 years of existence: principalcomposers and singers; anthological songs;present day trova. The lectures for this monthinclude the first members of the Nueva Trova;musical groups of the Nueva Trova; the secondNueva Trova generation; other importanttroubadours during this period; Nueva Trovatoday; Principal trovadores of this century.Open to the public

2 & 16 Feb, 5:00 pm / 2011Hurón Azul, Unión de Escritores y Artistas

Every Thursday, 9:00 pm, Feb / 2011Centro Cultural Fresa y Chocolate

11 Feb, 5:00 pm / 2011Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau

Every Monday, until 4 April, 2:00-4:00 pm, Feb / 2011Centro Hispano-Americano de Cultura

La Utopía

Dúo AlCanto

The “in” place of Havana’s trova scene, LaUtopía combines live performances bytroubadours, impromptu performances by theaudience, and videos of important domesticand international musicians of the past 50years.

The duet AlCanto will dedicate this musicalmeeting to the work of the sinter, guitarist and composer María Teresa Vera, the mostsignificant female voice of traditional Cubantrova.

Every Saturday, 5:00 pm, Feb / 2011Casa de la Música de Miramar

23 Feb, 5:00 pm / 2011Biblioteca Pública Rubén Martínez Villena

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ROCK

Peña de Los Kents

Every Sunday, 4:00 pm, Feb / 2011Café Cantante, Teatro Nacional

Los Kents, another “dinosaur” of Cuban rock,play their own hits from the 60s and 70s.

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Peña del Ambia

9 & 23 Feb, 5:00 pm / 2011Hurón Azul, UNEAC

The best place to go for those seeking tobecome acquainted with authentic African-Cuban traditions, hosted by the poet EloyMachado, aka. ElAmbia.

Rumba

Fri, Sat & Sun; opens 6:30 pm, Feb / 2011Palacio de la Rumba

Lovers of real rumba meet Fridays, Saturdaysand Sundays every week to enjoyperformances by rumba musicians anddancers.

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Descarga de Ivette Cepeda y su Grupo Reflexión

Every Saturday, 9:00 pm, Feb / 2011Snack Bar of the Telégrafo Hotel

An informal meeting with the versatile contraltoIvette Cepeda, who has been much celebratedthanks to the subtleties she brings to her voiceand her wide repertory of Cuban andinternational music.

Peña de Aceituna sin Hueso

Every Sunday, 6:00 pm Feb / 2011Centro Cultural Fresa y Chocolate

Not to miss. The popular Aceituna sin Huesoband mixes the music of the island withelements from flamenco, country, rock, Celtic, Arab, Andean or Hindu musics creating afusion that is surprisingly very Cuban. Theband’s thought provoking lyrics establish from the start a magnetic communication with theaudiences.

Noche de Boleros de oro

BOLERO

Every Saturday, 10:00 pm, Feb / 2011Hurón Azul, UNEAC

Lovers of this romantic genre par excellencehave the opportunity of meeting and enjoyingthe performances of the best Cuban bolerosingers.

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Peña de Pancho Amat

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17 Feb, 5:00 pm / 2011Sede provisional del Museo Nacional de la Música

The popular tres player Pancho Amat andCabildo del Son with a sample of the mostCuban of Cuban song and dance styles, son.

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Basílica Menor de San Francisco de Asís

Oratorio San Felipe Neri

6:00 pm / 2011Basílica Menor de San Francisco de Asís

7:00 pm / 2011Oratorio San Felipe Neri

5 Feb 2011, 6:00 pm Saxophonist JavierZalba, a master of the classical repertoire, jazzand fusion, together with Temperamento, aband that Zalba describes as “an ideal space tomake jazz,” will play several pieces from theirrecent albums Zamzu yAkokan. .

12 Feb 2011, 6:00 pm Concert by the excellentall-female ensemble Camerata Romeu,conducted by Zenaida Romeu.

19 Feb 2011, 6:00 pm The lute player EdinKaramazov will play works by Bach and Cuban

3 Feb 2011, 7:00 pm Performance by Cuba’sNational Choir, directed by Digna Guerra, and the choir Exaudi, directed by María FeliciaPérez, two of the most important choirs inCuba.

5 Feb 2011, 4:00 pm The Oratorio San FelipeNeri will celebrate its 7th anniversary with theperformance of the chamber orchestraNuestro Tiempo conducted by Enrique PérezMesa, together with the soprano Milagros delos Ángeles, and pianist MaytéAboy.

Leo Brouwer, one of the great composers for guitar of the 20thcentury.

23 Feb 2011, 6:00 pm Works by Bach, Rachmaninov andProkofiev palyed by the pianist Gabriel Urgell.

24 Feb 2011, 6:00 pm A meeting of choirs: Schola CantorumCoralina, directed by Alina Orraca and the Arts Institute Choir,directed by Carmen Collado, both from Cuba, and the choir ofBrandon University, Canada.

26 Feb 2011, 6:00 pm The duet Promúsica, composed of pianistMaría Victoria del Collado and violinist Alfredo Muñoz, willcelebrate its 30th anniversary with a concert to which they haveinvited another duet, Habana D´Camara.

10 Feb 2011, 7:00 pm Masquerade, second act of JohannStrauss the Younger’s operetta The Bat.24 Feb 2011, 7:00 pm Cuban music by Lírica Intramuros togetherwith the reading of poems by Carilda Oliver, who is much admiredfor her love poems.

25 Feb 2011, 6:00 pm En versos y en música, a space dedicatedto French speaking countries: reading of poems with theaccompaniment of the piano by Laure Cambau and JeanPortante.

26 Feb 2011, 4:00 pm Espacio Voces Nuevas, a space for youngopera talents, conducted by María Eugenia Barrios

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EVENTS

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Feria Internacional del Libro

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10 February-6 March 2011Havana’s San Carlos de la Cabaña Fortress (10-20 Feb) and provincial capitals (21 Feb-6 Mar)

What began as a modest book fair founded bythe famous Cuban writer, scientist andphilosopher, Alejo Carpentier round Havana’sCentral Park, eventually became the mostimportant literary event on the island. The 20thedition in 2011 will be dedicated to NationalPrize-winners Jaime Sarusky and FernandoMartínez Heredia, etc.—for Literature andSocial Sciences, respectively—and to thecultures of ALBA countries and thebicentennial of the wars for independence in

LatinAmerica. Every year, during the International Book Fair, tensof thousands of people pack the San Carlos de la CabañaFortress in Havana, attracted by book launchings of all genresand topics from Cuban and foreign publishing houses, along withpanel discussions, lectures by guest authors and editors, poetryreadings, concerts, children’s events, and a crafts fair. This year,the organizers have extended points of sale to the Pabellón Cubaand lectures and a number of launchings to Centro de EstudiosMartianos, Casa de las Américas and UNEAC, all in the ElVedado district. The City Historian’s Office publishing house,Ediciones Boloña, will exhibit and launch its beautiful books to thegallery of the Rubén Martínez Villena Public Library right acrossthe Plaza de Armas in Old Havana. After Havana, the fair travelsto the rest of Cuba’s provincial capitals and Isla de la Juventud.

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Coloquio internacional Mujeres y Ambiente en las Culturas Latinoamericana y Caribeña

22-26 February / 2011Casa de las Américas, Havana

The 2011 International Colloquium on Womenand Independence in Latin American and theCaribbean in the 19th and 20th Centuries willdeal with the subjects of “Gender and History,”“Women in the Latin American and Caribbean Wars for Independence: History and

testimmonies,” “Textual and Artistic Production of WomenDealing with the Latin American and Caribbean Wars forIndependence,” and the “Literary and Artistic Representation ofWomen in the Latin American and Caribbean Wars forIndependence.” As usual, the event will also include guestlectures and panels on the topics that will be discussed in thecolloquium, as well as readings, concerts, and exhibitions byCuban female artists and writers.

Muestra Nacional de Nuevos Realizadores

20-27 February / 2011HavanaAn event for stimulating awareness andconsideration of new video/filmmakers andgetting into contact with daring and inquisitiveworks usually produced outside officialproduction. The event includes the screeningof films by young filmmakers as well asinternational contemporary cinema; theoreticalmeetings; discussions and seminars; acompetition of unpublished scripts; workshopswith the participation of important filmd i r e c t o r s ; a n d a n p o s t e rexhibition/competition.

Talk on the Green House

11 Feb, 2:00 pm / 2011Casa de las Tejas Verdes

The journalist and researcher Ciro Bianchi,who is conversant with Cuban historic andcultural curiosities, will talk about legends and true stories of great love affairs that took placein Havana and bequeathed the city withconstructions that are today part of itsarchitectural heritage. (Casa de las TejasVerdes: Calle 2, entre 3ra y 5ta, Miramar. Tel:212 5282)

Exhibition

11 Feb, 2:00 pm / 2011Espacio Barcelona-La Habana

Exhibition of the extensive rehabilitation thatBarcelona Street and the building that houses this institution are undergoing. (EspacioBarcelona-La Habana: Calle Barcelona No.63, esquina a Águila, Centro Habana. Tel: 8649576).

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Festival del Monólogo Cubano

Sponsored by the Tomas Terry Theatre inCienfuegos, the Cuban Monologue Festivalwas launched in 2003 with the aim of validatinga genre, which by nature demands intensecommitment of both playwrights and actors.Despite being one of the newer events in thedomestic cultural scene, this festival hasalready achieved a standing in the Cubanstage, and at present the most renownedCuban playwrights, directors, actors andactresses compete in the beautiful Terrytheatre. Twelve companies from six Cubanprovinces plus five companies from Argentina,Peru, Puerto Rico and Spain will be performingthis year. An anthology of monologues whichhave been staged in previous festivals will bepresented this year. The event includes thelaunching of specialized magazines andbooks, lectures and workshops.

10-13 February / 2011Teatros Tomás Terry, Guanaroca, Guiñol and ACuestas, in Cienfuegos and Bertolt Bretch in Havana

Visiones de la cubanosofía

Rerun of Visiones de la cubanosofía, written,produced and directed by Nelda Castillo,director of the company. The play revealsincredible and controversial versions of what itmeans “to be Cuban,” a concept which issought obsessively by philosophers and poets.The excellent performances and stageproduction have made this play, since it firstopened in 2005, one of the company’s trumpcard and winner in that same year of theVillanueva Prize awarded by the critics.

4 & 5 Feb, 8:30 pm; 6 Feb, 5:00 pm / 2011Sala El Ciervo Encantado

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Afuera

Through 24 Feb, Tue, Wed & Thu, 6:00 pm / 2011Sala Rita Montaner

Playwright Liliam Susel Zaldívar has saidabout Afuera, written Cuban by playwrightLiliam Ojeda Hernández: “The reclusivepatients plot to evade the confinement whichprevents them from living out their fantasies.They dream of an “afuera” (outside), which theaccess of which is denied to them by the Doctorbecause she considers it to be “dangerous.”Inside, each patient is a beautiful universeinventing a much yearned outside. The doctor is an island in her myopic, bizarre anddictatorial sanity…With a sense of humour thatis inherent to the text, the play draws in theconsonace of these patients (You? Us?Them?) in their endeavor to reach a state ofgrace where the “outside” is not the craftiness of the powerful and the “inside” will neverbecome a prison for the virtuous.

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Monseñor Bola

La pasión de Juana de Arco

Opens mid-February, Fri & Sat, 8:30 pm; Sun, 5:00 pm / 2011Sala Hubert de Blanck

Fri & Sat, 8:30 pm; Sun, 5:00 pm, Feb / 2011Centro Cultural Bertolt Brecht

Monseñor Bola, by Cuban playwright HéctorQuintero, evokes the figure of the Cubanchansonnier and composer Ignacio Villa,popularly known as “Bola de Nieve,” throughthe recourse of “the theatre within the theatre”.A Latin theatre company in Washington DCdecides to stage a play on Bola de Nieve, andin between mishaps on the road to production,this great figure of Cuban song is paid tributeto. The play, which successfully combinesmusic, dance and acting, was first produced bythe Washington DC-based Teatro Latino in2010.

According to Lilian Susel Zaldívar, La pasiónde Juana de Arco, by Rubén Sicilia, “takesplace…is a monologue for two voices. Theactresses skilfully incorporate differentcharacters who narrate the story, transformingthemselves with an admirable show of theirhistrionic abilities in Juana, God, the devil,Baudricourt, the King, an old woman and asoldier.

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En el País de las Sombras

Conceived by Miguel Azcue and JohannaJonasson to the delight of both children andadults, En el País de las Sombras [In the Landof Shadows] is a beautiful show in whichdance, shadows and projections create amagical world which appeal to the audiences’imagination.

4, 5 & 6 Feb, 7:00 pm, 2011Sala Teatro Las Carolinas

Ballet Nacional de Cuba

Alicia Alonso’s choreographic version of one ofthe great Romantic classics: Giselle, based onthe original by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot, tomusic byAdolpheAdam.

11 & 12, 8:30 pm, 13, 5:00 pm, Feb / 2011Gran Teatro de La Habana

BALLET AND DANCE

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Dedicated to one of the greatest Cubancomposers of the 20th century, AlejandroGarcía Caturla, representative of the firstmusical avant-garde in the Island, this concertmusic festival aims to showcase Cuba’s youngcomposers and musicians from all over Cuba

Santa Clara and Caibarién, Villa Clara provinceMarch 2011

9 FEB 2011

A PREVIEW OF THE COMING MONTHS

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Festival de música de concierto A Tempo con Caturla

Concurso y Festival Internacional Fiesta del Tambor Guillermo Barreto in Memoriam

Festival Internacional de Documentales Santiago Álvarez In Memoriam

Festival Internacional de la TrovaPepe Sánchez

Organized by composer Juan Blanco, apioneer of electroacoustic music in Cuba, theVaradero Spring Festival--as it was first called--gathered important figures which included JonAppelton, Max Matthew, Leo Kupper, AhmedMalek, Nicola Sani, Lejaren Hiller, ManuelEnríquez, Ricardo Dal Farra and AndrewSchloss. In 1998, the event moved its venue toHavana's Historical Centre. It is now theHavana Spring International ElectroacousticMusic Festival.

The International Pepe Sánchez TrovaFestival began in 1962 in homage to localSantiago de Cuba composer José (Pepe)Sánchez (1856-1918), considered the father ofCuban trova (the troubador genre of voice,song and poetry that is usually accompaniedby a guitar). Several generations of musiciansfrom different musical trends within trovaparticipate in this event, including exponents ofmore traditional trova, of filin (an evolution ofbolero and trova), and of nueva trova (the veryCuban genre of personal commentaryinfluenced by British, US and Brazilian popularmusic). Santiago de Cuba—the cradle oftrova—hosts this festival which takes the city’sstreets and parks by storm in a celebrationwhere musicians and singers from abroad jointheir Cuban counterparts. The closing of thefestival on Troubador Day, March 19th,commemorates the anniversary of the birth ofPepe Sanchez.

Old HavanaMarch 2011

Casa de la Trova and Sala de Conciertos Dolores in Santiago de Cuba16-20 March 2011

Teatro Amadeo Roldán and Instituto Superior de Arte, HavanaMarch 2011

Movie theatres Cuba and Rialto, Santiago de Cuba7-11 March 2011

This festivity of percussion pays tribute to one of the cult figures of Cuban percussion:Guillermo Barreto, star of the Tropicanaorchestra in the 1950s and founding memberof the Orquesta Cubana de Música Moderna.While young talents measure their skills duringthe competition, experts disclose the secrets ofthe complex Cuban percussion at theoreticalmeetings, lectures and guest speeches andthe evenings are dedicated to theperformances of popular national andinternational bands and soloists.

Created in 2000, the Internat ionalDocumentary Festival Santiago Álvarez InMemoriam aims at highlighting the prominentrole of the documentary, a film genre that hasbeen somewhat consigned to oblivion by thepromotional mechanisms of the larger moviefestivals, yet with a tradition of significantquality and acknowledgement in Cuba, amongother factors, thanks to the work of the lateprize-winning Cuban film-maker, SantiagoAlvarez. Although the festival began as anational event dedicated to the memory of themost relevant Cuban documentary maker of alltime, throughout the years it has attracted theattention of a number of filmmakers from LatinAmerica, Europe and the United States. Withfilms in competition, parallel screenings andtheoretical discussions, the Festivalconstitutes a space for exchanging opinionsand experiences among filmmakers and loversof this genre. Venezuela will be the guest ofhonour in 2011. For more information, you cancontact the Festival’s Office by calling +(53) 78 3 0 1 5 4 8 o r e m a i l i n g

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Festival Internacional de Música Electroacústica Primavera de La Habana

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Encuentro Internacional de Academias de Ballet (International Meeting of Ballet Academies)

Festival Internacional Beny Moré (International Beny Moré Festival)

Founded in 1980, orchestras and soloists fromCuba and other countries get together to singand dance in homage to a legend of Cubanmusic, admired by Cubans not only for histalent as singer, composer and bandleader, butalso for his warmth, unpretentiousness and atouch of eccentricity: Beny Moré. The festivalincludes tours to Beny’s hometown, SantaIsabel de las Lajas, and to which he dedicatedone of his most popular songs. Lectures andexhibitions also accompany the good musicplayed by famous Cuban bands, which turnLajas and the nearby city of Cienfuegos intogigantic dancing floors.

Santa Isabel de las Lajas (Cienfuegos)March 2011

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Organized for the first time in 1993, thisInternational Meeting of Ballet Academies hasmade it possible for dancers, teachers andstudents to become familiar with the technicaland stylistic peculiarities of the Cuban Schoolof Ballet through workshops, courses, andmethodological and master lessons. Similarly,dancers and pedagogues from other countrieshave conveyed their experiences in a fruitfulexchange with their Cuban colleagues. Inaddition, since 1995, an internationalcompetition for students is held in differentcategories (13-14, 15-16 and 17-18 years old)and four prizes are awarded: revelation, bestpartners, best individual performance and theGrand Prix.

Gran Teatro de La Habana 16 March-30 April 2011

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Biblioteca Casa de lasAméricasCalle 3ra. y G, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 838 2706-09

Biblioteca Nacional José MartíIndependencia y 20 de Mayo, Plaza de laRevoluciónTel. +(53) 7 697 6525

Biblioteca Pública Rubén MartínezVillenaObispo 59 entre Baratillo y Oficios, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 9037-39

Hemeroteca Casa de lasAméricasCalle G esquina a Línea, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 838 2705

Ballet Nacional de CubaCalzada 509 entre D y E, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 855 2946

Café NerudaMalecón 355 entre Manrique y San Nicolás,Centro Habana

Casa de ÁfricaObrapía 157 entre Mercaderes y San Ignacio,La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 5798

CasaAlejandro de HumboldtOficios esquina a Sol, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 9850

Casa deArtes y Tradiciones ChinasSalud 313 entre Gervasio y Escobar, CentroHabanaTel. +(53) 7 863 5450 / 860 9976

Casa deAsiaMercaderes 111 entre Obrapía y Obispo, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 9740

Casa de lasAméricasCalle 3ra. esquina a G, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 838 2706-09

Casa de los ÁrabesOficios 16 entre Obispo y Obrapía, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 5868

Casa del Benemérito de las AméricasBenito JuárezObrapía 116, entre Mercaderes y Oficios, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 8166

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BIBLIOTECAS

BIBLIOTECAS

Casa de la Comedia (sala-teatro)Jústiz 18, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 9282

Casa del Conde LombilloEmpedrado entre Mercaderes y San Ignacio,La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 860 4311-14

Casa de los Condes de JarucoPlaza Vieja, La Habana Vieja

Casa Fundación Oswaldo GuayasamínObrapía entre Oficios y Mercaderes, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 3843

Casa Juan Gualberto GómezEmpedrado entre Aguiar y Cuba, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 866 4114

Casa de la Obra PíaObrapía entre Mercaderes y San Ignacio, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 3097

Casa de la OrfebreríaObispo 113 entre Oficios y Mercaderes, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 9861

Casa de la PoesíaMuralla 63 entre Oficios e Inquisidor, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 1801

Casa y Parque Simón BolívarMercaderes 158 entre Obrapía y Lamparilla, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 3988

Casa Víctor HugoO’Reilly 311 entre Habana y Aguiar, La HabanaViejaTeléfono 866 7591

Caserón del TangoJústiz entre Baratillo y Oficios, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 0822

Casona de LíneaLínea 505 entre D y E, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 833 8562

Centro Cultural Bertolt BrechtCalle13 esquina a I, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 9359

Centro Cultural Dulce María LoynazCalle 19 esquina a E, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 835 2732

Centro Cultural Pablo de la TorrienteBrauMuralla 63 entre Oficios e Inquisidor, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 5162

Centro de Danza de La HabanaPrado 111, entre genio y Refugio, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 9131 / 866 0808

Centro Hispano-Americano de CulturaMalecón 17 entre Prado y Genio, CentroHabanaTel. +(53) 7 860 6282

Centro de Teatro y DanzaSan Ignacio 166 entre Obispo y Obrapía, LaHabana Vieja.Tel. +(53) 7 862 9650 / 862 9448

Conjunto Folklórico Nacional de CubaCalle 4 número 103 entre Calzada y 5ta., ElVedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 3060

Convento de BelénCompostela entre Acosta y Luz, La HabanaVieja

Escuela Nacional de TeatroCalle 11 esquina a 146, Cubanacán, PlayaTel. +(53) 7 208 4923

Fundación Ludwig de CubaCalle 13 núm. 509 entre D y E (5to. piso), ElVedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 4270 / 832 9128

Fundación Habana ClubAvenida del Puerto 262 entre Luz y Sol, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 4108

Gabinete deArquelogíaTacón 12 entre O’Reilly y Empedrado, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 4469

Instituto de Literatura y LingüísticaDr. JoséAntonio Portuondo ValdorAvenida SalvadorAllende 710, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 878 6486

Instituto Superior deArte (ISA)Calle 120 entre 9na. y 13, Cubanacán, PlayaTel. +(53) 7 271 9771

Proyecto CulturalArte TiempoCárdenas 114, bajos, entre Gloria y Apodaca, La Habana Vieja Tel. +(53) 7 537-8 61 2838

Proyecto Cultural Comunitario Todaslas ManosTrocadero 303 esquina a Águila, CentroHabanaTel. +(53) 7 861 3260

Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba(UNEAC)Calle 17 esquina a H, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 4551-53

Unión LatinaCallejón de Jústiz 21, entre Oficios y Avenida del Puerto, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 866 8142 / 866 8255

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Dos GardeniasCalle 7ma. y 26, Miramar

El Gato TuertoCalle O entre17 y 19, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 55 2696

El SauceCalle 9na. Entre 120 y 130, PlayaTel. +(53) 7 204 7061

La Cecilia5ta.Avenida entre 110 y 112, Miramar

La MaisonCalle 16 entre 7ma. y 31, Miramar

La PérgolaMinisterio de CulturaCalle 13 entre 2 y 4, El Vedado

La PiraguaCalle O y Malecón, El Vedado

La Zorra y el Cuervo(La Casa del Jazz Cubano)Calle 23 esquina a O, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 833 2402

Piano bar Hotel PanoramaAve. 3ra. y 70, MiramarTel. +(53) 7 204 0100

Centro Cultural ICAICCalle 23 entre 10 y 12, El Vedado

CineAcapulcoAvenida 26 esquina a 39, Nuevo VedadoTel. +(53) 7 833 9573

Cine ChaplinCalle 23 entre 10 y 12, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 831 1101

Cine La RampaCalle 23 entre O y P, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 878 6146

Cine PayretPrado 513, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 3163

Cine RivieraCalle 23 entre F y G, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 9564

Cine YaraCalle Lesquina a 23, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 831 1723 / 832 9430

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CENTROS NOCTURNOS

CINES

Cine 23 y 12Calle 23 entre 12 y 14, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 833 6906

Cinematógrafo LumièreMercaderes entre Obispo y Obrapía, LaHabana Vieja

Cine-teatro TrianónLínea entre Paseo y A., El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 9648

F u n d a c i ó n d e l N u e v o C i n eLatinoamericanoQuinta Santa Bárbara, calle 212 núm. 21254esquina a 31, La Coronela, La LisaTel. +(53) 7 271 8311 / 271 8141

Multisala InfantaInfanta entre Neptuno y San Miguel, CentroHabanaTel. +(53) 7 878 9323

Centro de Arte ContemporáneoWifredo LamEmpedrado esquina a San Ignacio, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 9781 / 861 3419

Centro de Desarrollo de las ArtesVisualesSan Ignacio 352 esquina a Teniente Rey, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 5279, 862 9295 / 862 3533

Centro Laboratorio Artístico de SanAgustín (LASA)Calle 23 esquina a 35, SanAgustín, La Lisa

Centro Provincial de Artes Plásticas yDiseñoOficios 362 entre Luz y Santa Clara, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 3228 / 862 3295 / 866 0280

Colección Arte de Nuestra AméricaHaydée SantamaríaCasa de lasAméricasCalle G entre 3ra. y 5ta., El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 838 2706-09

Complejo-Galería La CasonaMuralla 107 esquina a San Ignacio, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 8544

Fototeca de CubaMercaderes 307 entre Muralla y Teniente Rey,Plaza Vieja, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 2530

GaleríaAvellanedaTeatro NacionalCalle Paseo y 39, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 870 4651

Vitrina de ValoniaSan Ignacio entre Teniente Rey y Muralla, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 868 3561

GALERIAS

Galería deArte MalecónCalle D, entre 1ra, y 3ra., El Vedado

Galería Carmen MontillaOficios 162 entre Amargura y Churruca, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 866 4114

Galería Collage HabanaSan Rafael 103 entre Consulado e Industria,Centro Habana

Galería Factoría HabanaO´Reilly 308 entre entre Habana y Aguiar, LaHabana Vieja

Galería FormaObispo 255 entre Cuba y Aguiar, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 2633

Galería Fresa y ChocolateCalle 23 entre 10 y 12, El Vedado

Galería Fundación Habana ClubAvenida del Puerto y Sol, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 4108

Galería Fundación LudwigCalle 13 esquina a D, 5to. piso, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 4270 / 832 9128

Galería GalianoGaliano esquina a Concordia, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 862 5365

Galería HabanaLínea 460 entre E y F, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 7101

Galería Haydee SantamaríaCalle G entre E y F, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 4653

Galería Julio LarramendiHotel Conde de VillanuevaMercaderes 202 entre Lamparilla y Amargura,La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 9294 / 862 9293

Galería LaAcaciaSan José 114 entre Industria y Consulado,Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 863 9364 / 861 3533

Galería LatinoamericanaCasa de lasAméricasCalle G entre 3ra. y 5ta., piso 2, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 4653

Galería MarianoCalle 15 núm. 607 entre B y C, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 838 2702

Galería OrígenesGran Teatro de La HabanaPrado y San Rafael, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 863 6690

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Maqueta de La HabanaCalle 28 núm. 113, entre 1ra. y 3ra., MiramarTel. +(53) 7 204 2661 / 332661Memorial José MartíPlaza de la RevoluciónTel. +(53) 7 882 0906 / 884 0551

Monumento de la Cárcel de La HabanaCárcel entre Zulueta y Prado, La Habana Vieja

MuseoAntropológico MontanéEdifico Felipe Poey, Plaza Ignacio Agramonte,Universidad de La Habana, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 879 3488

Museo deArqueologíaTacón 12 entre O’Reilly y Empedrado, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 4469

Museo deArte ColonialPlaza de la Catedral, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 6440

Museo Biblioteca Servando CabreraMorenoCalle Paseo 304 esquina a 13, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 835 2027 / 836 0010

Museo Casa Natal de José MartíLeonor Pérez 314, entre Picota y Egido, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 3778

Museo Castillo de la Real FuerzaO’Reilly entre Avenida del Puerto y Tacón, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 6130

Museo del ChocolateAmargura esquina a Mercaderes, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 866 4431

Museo de la CiudadTacón 1 entre Obispo y O’Reilly, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 5001

Museo de la DanzaLínea esquina a G, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 831 2198

Museo Ernest HemingwayFinca Vigía, San Francisco de Paula, SanMiguel del PadrónTel. +(53) 7 891 0809

Museo Farmacéutico TaquechelObispo entre San Ignacio y Mercaderes, LaHabana Vieja

MUSEOS

Galería Palacio de laArtesaníaCuba 64, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 33 8072 y 861 9796

Galería El Reino de Este MundoBiblioteca Nacional José MartíBoyeros entre 20 de Mayo y Aranguren, Plaza de la RevoluciónTel. +(53) 7 881 1757

Galería René PortocarreroTeatro NacionalCalle Paseo y 39, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 870 4651

Galería Raúl MartínezPalacio del Segundo CaboO’Reilly 4 esquina a Tacón, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 8091 ext. 151

Galería Raúl OlivaCentro Cultural Bertolt BrechaCalle13 esquina a I, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 9359

Galería Roberto DiagoMuralla 107 esquina a San Ignacio, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 3577

Galería ServandoCalle 23 esquina a 10, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 833 9599

Galería Servando CabreraCalle 42 entre 1ra. y 3ra., La Copa, PlayaTel. +(53) 7 203 7171

Galería Víctor ManuelSan Ignacio y Callejón del Chorro, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 866 9268

Galería Villa ManuelaCalle H número 406 entre 17 y 19, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 2391

Galería 23 Y 12Calle 23 esquina a 12, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 831 1810

Hotel Los FrailesTeniente Rey 8 entre Oficios y Mercaderes, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 9383

Salón Del MonteHotelAmbos MundosObispo 153 esquina a Mercaderes, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 860 9530

Taller Experimental de Gráfica de LaHabanaCallejón del Chorro, Plaza de la Catedral, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 0979

Taller de Serigrafía René PortocarreroCuba 513, entre Teniente Rey y Muralla, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 3276 / 861 9354

Museo de Historia NaturalObispo 61 entre Baratillo y Oficios, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 2687

Museo Nacional deArtes DecorativasCalle 17 entre D y E, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 8037

Museo Nacional de BellasArtes(Arte Cubano)Trocadero entre Monserrate y Zulueta, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 0140, 861 3858 y 863 9484

Museo Nacional de BellasArtes.CentroAsturiano (Colección Universal)San Rafael entre Zulueta y Monserrate, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 0140 / 861 3858 / 863 9484

Museo Nacional de la CerámicaContemporánea CubanaCalle Mercaderes, esquina a Amargura, LaHabana Vieja

Museo Nacional de la MúsicaCapdevila 1 entre Habana y Aguiar, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 9046

Museo de NaipesInquisidor y Muralla, Plaza Vieja, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 860 1530

Museo NapoleónicoSan Miguel y Ronda, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 879 1412 / 879 1460

Museo NumismáticoObispo entre Cuba y San Ignacio, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 5811

Museo de la PerfumeríaOficios, entre Obispo y Obrapía, La HabanaVieja

Museo Postal CubanoAvenida de Rancho Boyeros entre 19 de Mayoy 20 de Mayo (Ministerio de Comunicaciones),Plaza de la RevoluciónTel. +(53) 7 870 5581

Museo de la Revolución y MemorialGranmaRefugio 1 entre Monserrate y Zulueta, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 4091

Museo del RonAvenida del Puerto 262 entre Luz y Sol, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 4108

Museo del TabacoMercaderes 120 entre Obispo y Obrapía, LaHabana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 5795

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Acuario NacionalCalle 60 y 1ra. Miramar

Anfiteatro de La Habana ViejaAvenida del Puerto entre Cuba y Peña Pobre,La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 33 1718

Circo TrompolocoCalle 112 entre 1ra. y 3ra., MiramarTel. +(53) 7 206 5608-09 / 206 5641

Parque Histórico Militar Morro-CabañaCarretera de la Cabaña, La Habana del EsteTel. +(53) 7 861 6130 / 861 5001

Sala del TransporteAutomotorOficios y Callejón de Jústiz, La Habana Vieja

El PalenqueCalle 4 entre Calzada y 5ta., El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 3060

Espacio Barcelona-HabanaBarcelona 63 esquina a Águila. Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 864 9576Librería La Moderna Poesíaobispo 525 esquina a Bernaza, La HabanaViejaTel. +(53) 7 861 6640 / 861 6983

Pabellón CubaCalle 23 esquina a N, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 3511

PabexpoCalle 17, entre 174 y 184, Siboney, PlayaTel. +(53) 7 271 0758 / 271 3670

Palacio de las ConvencionesCalle 146 número 1107, Cubanacán, PlayaTel. +(53) 7 202 6011

Palacio de GobiernoOficios y Sol, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 4352

ParqueAldamaReina esquina a Águila, Centro Habana

Sociedad Lung KongDragones 364 (altos) entre Manrique y SanNicolás

Salón Rosado Benny MoréAvenida 41, esquina a 46, PlataTel. +(53) 7 206 1282 / 206 4799

Taller de PapelArtesanalMercaderes 120 entre Obispo y Obrapía, LaHabana Vieja

Unión Árabe de CubaPrado 260, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 861 4575

Parque Histórico Militar Morro-CabañaCarretera de la Cabaña, La Habana del EsteTel. +(53) 7 861 6130 / 861 5001

Sala del TransporteAutomotorOficios y Callejón de Jústiz, La Habana Vieja

Basílica Menor del Convento de SanFrancisco deAsísOficios y Churruca, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 9683

Gran Teatro de La HabanaPrado y San Rafael, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 861 3077-79

Iglesia de San Francisco de PaulaDesamparados y San Ignacio, Alameda dePaula, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 860 4210

Jardines de la TropicalAvenida Tropical y Rizo, PlayaTel. +(53) 7 881 8767

Liceum Mozartiano de La HabanaOratorio San Felipe NeriAguiar esquina a Obrapía, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 3243

Maxim RockBruzón 62, entre Almendares y Ayestarán,Plaza de la RevoluciónTel. +(53) 7 877 5925

Oratorio San Felipe NeriAguiar esquina a Obrapía, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 862 3243

Palacio del Teatro Lírico NacionalZulueta 253 entre Ánimas y Neptuno, LaHabana Vieja

Sala LecuonaPrado y San Rafael, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 861 3077 / 3079

TeatroAmadeo RoldánCalzada y D, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 4521-22

Capilla de El Ciervo EncantadoCalle D esquina a 5ta., El Vedado

Centro Cultural Bertolt BrechtCalle13 esquina a I, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 9359

Cine-teatro TrianónLínea entre Paseo y A, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 9648

Estudio Teatral VivartaPaseo peatonal, Avenida Carlos III, CentroHabana

MUSICA

TEATROS

Gran Teatro de La HabanaPrado y San Rafael, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 861 3077-79

SalaAdolfo LlauradóCalle 11 entre D y E, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 5573

SalaArgos TeatroAyestarán 307 esquina a 20 de Mayo, El CerroTel. +(53) 7 878 5551

Sala Hubert de BlanckCalzada 657 entreAy B, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 1011

Sala-Teatro BuendíaCalle 39 entre Loma y Bellavista, NuevoVedadoTel. +(53) 7 881 6689

Sala de teatro Las CarolinasAmargura 61, entre Mercaderes y San Ignacio,La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 860 4341

TeatroAméricaGaliano entre Concordia y Neptuno, CentroHabanaTel. +(53) 7 862 5416

TeatroAstralInfanta 501, Centro HabanaTel. +(53) 7 878 1001

Teatro El SótanoCalle K entre 25 y 27, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 0630

Teatro FaustoPrado y Colón, La Habana ViejaTel. +(53) 7 863 1173

Teatro Karl MarxCalle 1ra y 8, MiramarTel. +(53) 7 203 0801 / 209 1991

Teatro MellaLínea entreAy B, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 830 4987

Teatro NacionalPaseo y 39, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 879 3558 / 879 6011

Teatro Nacional de GuiñolCalle M entre 19 y 21, El VedadoTel. +(53) 7 832 6262 / 832 8292

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