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Jue Sep 14 16:21:08 ADT 2006


CUBART Newsletter is a specialized weekly news service from the Portal of Cuban Culture. In our pages you will find the most outstanding aspects from national culture ongoing and its worldwide reflection, as well as opinion sections dealing with themes which today worry intellectuals.


- Ballet "Frida" will debut in Havana
- Theatrical September
- Pablo Gonzalez Casanova: "Cuba is Paradigm of Sovereignty"
- Film “La edad de la peseta” to be premiered
- Presentation of the book "Notes from the Gallows" in Havana
- The return of El Cuentero magazine
- Two ways of getting a college education
- Until Forever, Maestro Echu Mingua


- The Ugly Duckling, of Las Estaciones Theater
- Cuba in Baja California
- Antonio Guerrero´s book will be launched at the Exhibition Hall of Russia
- Audioslave: proud of its work and Cuban concert
- Cuban dance magic in the Sadler´s Wells
- Spain honors Cuban Folk Ballet
- Jose Maria Vitier to perform in Madrid
- Cuban style jazz in Europe


- "Pointes for the Revolution": the Cuban Ballet School
- Latin America is the Rhythmic Strength of Jazz"
- Havana : The Most Important Cultural Plaza in Latin America
- Dazzling... Viengsay Valdes and Joel Carreno in Don Quixote
- With Reggaeton: man or woman no cry  



- New International Information Order, Critical Subject For the NOAL

Ballet "Frida" will debut in Havana

Ballet "Frida" inspired by the life and work of recognized Mexican painter Frida Kahlo will debut in Havana, Sept 15. in this way the Spanish Ballet of Cuba hours this notable artist on occasion of celebrating the centenary of her birth next year 2007 and the company’s 20th anniversary founded by choreographer dancer Eduardo Veitía.

 The piece describes the artist’s childhood, a terrible accident she had, love affair with Diego Rivera and her last hours. The dance also evokes other related pieces such as "Las dos Fridas", "El Aborto" and "Autorretrato". "Frida" made its world premier last April in Querétaro, Mexico as part of a homage held in that city to this significant figure of Latin American culture.

 Apart from Frida, company’s current program running in the theatre García Lorca from Sept 15 to 17 includes the replay of "Danzando sueños" also choreographed by dancer director Eduardo Veitía.

 "Danzando sueños" is an insightful glimpse into the life and work of notable Cuban painter Wifredo Lam.

 Sunday, Sept 17 release of the Spanish Ballet of Cuba will bring onstage the Spanish dance company "Ballet de lo Ferro", whose dancers are invited to take part in workshops and lectures scheduled for widening exchange opportunities between the two troupes.

 Fetes to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Cuban dance company in 2007 are underway, all of them extolling the contribution of Frida and Lam to the development of a true Latin American art. 

Theatrical September

<br><br><br<br><br><br><br>Premieres of the group Rita Montaner, the National Puppet Theater and Bolsillo Theater, among other groups; returns of some of the plays that will attend the Theater Festival of Camagüey like “Escándalo en la trapa” (Scandal in La Trappe) and “Charenton”; as well as a cycle of German theater are included in the large agenda of scenic arts this month. 

 September saves for scenic arts lovers a month with an intense programming that will include premieres and reruns of many of the works to be presented in the National Theater Festival, scheduled for October, in its habitual headquarters of Camagüey.<br><br> The cycle of German theater in Havana will take place from September 25th up to October 4th, with the sponsorship of Ludwig Foundation and the National Council of Scenic Arts. 

Pablo Gonzalez Casanova: "Cuba is Paradigm of Sovereignty"

Havana, (PL) Outstanding Mexican sociologist and researcher Pablo Gonzalez Casanova declared  that Cuba is an example of genuine sovereignty for the world, because of its innovative articulation of people-government, two phenomena commonly separate nowadays. 

 The intellectual rejected US aggressive plans and its project to establish democracy in the island and highlighted that behind those purposes it conceals great violence against language, reason, moral and law. 

 Any US intervention against the Cuban government, he stressed, will also be against its people, which thanks to the mentioned articulation makes the fundamental decisions on its destiny and path. 

 The great US plan includes a criminal concept of the future, that of permanent war where everyone will fight with each other and where Washington´s business-military complex will be the only beneficiary. 

 The false fight of the US administration against terrorism and the axis of evil has no other aim than depriving peoples, as they did their “red skins” of their sovereignty and riches, Gonzalez Casanova said. 

 He further asserted that facing such dramatic facts, it is up to all intellectuals to organize the willingness, conscience and force of sovereign peoples. 

 To sign: <a href="http://www.porcuba.cult.cu/index.php?lang=2" target="_blank">http://www.porcuba.cult.cu/index.php?lang=2</a>

Film “La edad de la peseta” to be premiered

Cuban cinema announces the premiere of the fiction feature film “La edad de la peseta” (The Awkward Age), by young Cuban filmmaker Pavel Giroud and script by Arturo Infante, at the Charles Chaplin Hall of the Cuban Cinematheque on September 30. 

 The film, described by Giroud as his most moderate work so far, tells the conflictive relationships between Samuel, a ten-year-old boy and his maternal grandma. Both characters will show us the contradictory world of two distant generations, put face to face within the abrupt and disquieting universe of adolescence. 

 Giroud’s film starres the boy Iván Alberto Carreira, about whom the filmmaker has said that "he has shown his natural talent", and the excellent Spanish actress Mercedes Sampietro ("El pájaro de la felicidad", "Lugares comunes"). 

 The cast also includes Susana Tejera, José Ángel Egido, Esther Cardoso, Claudia Valdés, and the international fashion model Carla Paneca. The film also features the participation of Luis Najmias (director of photography), Léster Hamlet (editor), another of the good directors of local young cinema, Vivian del Valle (artistic director) and renowned musician Ulises Hernández (soundtrack). 

 “La edad de la peseta”, a co-production together with Spain and Venezuela, was shot in Havanan locations, mainly of the Art Deco style, among them the Bacardí Building or the Lopez Serrano Apartment Building in Vedado neighborhood. 

 “La edad de la peseta” is not a film for children, though its leading actor is a boy. It approaches adults’ view on childhood and how during this age we do not have control of our fate”, as has said Pavel Giroud, one of the most talented figures of Cuba’s new generation of filmmakers. 

Presentation of the book "Notes from the Gallows" in Havana

The book presentation on International Journalism Day, coincided with an anniversary   on September 8 of the death of the book’s author, Czechoslovakian Julius   Fucik, who was killed by German fascism in 1943.

In introductory remarks for this first unabridged Spanish edition, Ricardo   Alarcon, president of the Cuban parliament, pointed to the similarities between   the Czech journalist’s situation and that of the Cuban Five, whom, he   noted, are jailed in the prisons of today’s fascists. 

Alarcon referred to all that Fucik had to go through so that his testimony   could see the light, written on pieces of cigarette paper and smuggled out by   sympathetic prison guards. He recalled that Ramon Labañino, one of the   Cuban Five, also had to struggle to obtain paper and pen so he could write,   and that his compatriot Antonio Guerrero wrote many of his poems during his   long periods of solitary confinement.

Julius Fucik was murdered because of his work in uniting Czech writers and   journalists in the struggle against fascism, and the Cuban Five have been sentenced   because they defended Cuba against terrorism, noted Alarcon, who also pointed   to the coincidence that Fucik was killed on September 8 while on September 12   the Cuban Five will have spent eight years of incarceration. 

The president of the Cuban parliament noted the importance of observing International   Journalism Day every September 8. He thanked the Czech Republic’s Orego   publishing house for this fine Spanish edition of the book, which will be initially   available for journalism students all over Cuba. A Cuban edition is scheduled   for next year. 

The presentation of the book Notes from the Gallows was also attended by Rolando   Alfonso Borges, head of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party’s   Ideological Department, and Tubal Paez, the president of the Cuban Journalists   Association.<br>

The return of El Cuentero magazine

A new number of the narrative magazine El Cuentero issued at the Literary Formation Centre Onelio Jorge Cardoso will be launched today at 5:00 pm at the Instituto Cubano del Libro.

 The publication focuses on a mini-story already accepted as a new literary genre though it was very much used since older times ranging from Rabelais to Borges passing through Bocaccio, Faulkner, Calvino, Arreola, Cortázar, Monterroso, Galeano, Piñera and others.

 Readers will find in this edition of El Cuentero articles by classic authors like Ambrose Bierce, Oscar Wilde, Charles Baudelaire, Peter Handke, Franz Kafka, Salvador Elizondo, Ana María Shua, Eliseo Diego o Virgilio Piñera, as well as an interview of Cuban storyteller Ángel Santiesteban by Alberto Garrido and Eduardo Heras León´s article on this genre theories.

 There’s also a number of young writer graduates of the centre Onelio whose works tackle fiction narrative; 4th edition of Contest Dinosaurio2006-winning mini-stories, first time calling for an international participation plus regular sections of literary reviews, news and contests.

 Should it be a new narrative genre, de-genre, a hybrid or an experimental genre, El Cuentero comes to reaffirms that the mini-story is already a creative reality in today Latin America. 

Two ways of getting a college education

Havana,  (PL) Cuban students have the privilege of having access to university careers whatever their social standing, they must simply have the aptitude and knowledge required by the specific field chosen. 

 Six hundred thousand of them started classes on Monday; double the proportion in any Latin American country. They were all given the books, pencils, notebooks and markers necessary for the school year, complete for the first time in decades, due to sufficient resources available. 

 According to William Chace, former college president in California, for most of the students graduating from their careers today in the US, diplomas accompany a substantial debt of $20,000 dollars on average, whether for private or public institutions. 

 This fall, says Chace in an op-ed contribution to The New York Times Tuesday, tuition plus room and board average almost $32,000 for Laudable and other private colleges, and more than $15,000 for public ones. 

 This year Laudable will spend more than $41,000 to educate each student. At public institutions, it will be more than $31,000 per student. Some schools have huge endowments that help them generate the money they need to educate students (Harvard has more than $26 billion to count on). But most schools are like Laudable, they need students´ tuition dollars. 

 On the side of universities´ management, most don´t have enough government or private endowment money and rely on tuition income to function. Financial aid is also not enough for many students who must take odd jobs to make ends meet. It´s all about money. 

 Here in Cuba, it´s all about learning. Although the island is still underdeveloped in the economic sense, it manages to open its higher education centers to foreign students by extending scholarships which have only one condition, that of returning to their countries and contributing to their development. 

 Cuban higher education reports more than 620,000 new registrations in different academic fields, at 3,000 municipal universities in the country´s 169 municipalities. 

 From a scientific-technological viewpoint, Cuban universities have managed to raise the quality of research despite the deterioration accumulated over several years in biological, chemical, physical, and pharmaceutical laboratories. Academic institutions and research centers within higher education received 32 awards from the Cuban Academy of Science, mainly in the areas of energy and biotechnological development. 

Until Forever, Maestro Echu Mingua

I do not remember exactly the last time that I talked to Angá, during   one of his many passing trips through Havana, en route to Pinar del Río   or Europe. I think it was in December last year or in January this year. I remember   that I told him I already had a burnt copy of his CD “Echu Mengua”   at home and he promised me that in a next stay in Cuba, he’d send me an   original of the album, so that I could have not only the music of the recording,   but also all the information gathered in the sleeve libretto of the disc. 

His joy was enormous, because the CD was receiving very good criticisms, either   in Europe or in America. Unfortunately, its circulation has been pretty limited   in Cuba, and somewhat to compensate partly the ignorance among us of such an   excellent material, we agreed in our last conversation that as soon as he sent   a factory copy of the CD, I’d write my impressions about the work.

Life did not want that what we agreed that day be materialized. Now, we received   the news that Echu Mingua (the saint’s name of Miguel “Angá”   Díaz in the Yoruba religion) died in Sant Sadurní d’Anoia,   Barcelona, city where he has been living for several years. So, I’ll have   to resign myself with my burnt CD, but as a last tribute to one of the greatest   percussionists appeared in our country in recent decades, I’ll share with   my readers of this space some brief thoughtfulness about the phonogram that   Angá launched in 2005.

For a start, for those who did not know the work of this Cuban maestro of the   leathers, it’s necessary to say that since his childhood, Miguel Días   was considered a genuine prodigy percussion in his native Pinar del Río   province. Within time, his huge talent took him through very diverse roads while   projecting himself as an instrumentist. So, he was seen either playing a nice   street rumba or in bolero fields and of traditional son or as part of jazz formations   along with the most famous of the genre worldwide.

Angá’s name is linked to his years with Irakere, his work with   jazz figures like Roy Hargrove and Steve Coleman, to his collaboration with   hip hopers of Orishas (his performance in the CD “A lo cubano” was   decisive for the remarkable results achieved in that album) and to tours and   discs of the roster of Buena Vista Social Club, like the phonograms performed   by El Guajiro Mirabal and Aguaje Ramos.

However, it was not until the age of 44, when Angá felt himself in full   maturity to undertake a disco-graphic project, in which he was the leading protagonist.   This material is a spiritual invocation that summarizes, because of its repertoire   and its guests, the life and career of the percussionist.

While conceiving the CD, he equated it to a religious service, in which sounds   are used to invoke the spirits so that they come to gather with us on earth.   Therefore, we must receive the proposal as a spiritual mass turned into music,   a ceremony to call people’s spirits to Earth. 

The Ugly Duckling, of Las Estaciones Theater

Las Estaciones Theater, outstanding group from Matanzas directed by Rubén Darío Salazar, will represent Cuba in the World Festival of Marionettes which takes every three years in France. 

 This will be the sophomore occasion in which that company attends that party of marionettes. This time 150 groups from all over the world will participate. Before this Las Estaciones theater group had participated with the play The Box of Toys. 

 The company will take upon the stage this time The Ugly Duckling a poetic version of Cuban playwright Thorny Norge to Hans Christian Andersen’s famous story. The play constitutes a musical landscape in four times for figures, masks, and actors. The representation intertwines artistic manifestations like music, dance, literature, plastic arts, and of course marionettes, the leading reason of Las Estaciones Theater. 

 The performing quality, the excellent set design, the costume design and musical score stand out in the show. 

 The group dedicates this staging of The Ugly Duckling to Dora Alonso who made of theater for children one of her reasons for living. She is the author of some the representative plays of Las Estaciones Theater group, Pelusín del Monte, a play which celebrates this year 2006 its 50th anniversary. 

 Las Estaciones Theater has worked since its foundation in 1994 for the promotion of the art of marionettes and their wonderful universe. Its shows have made their own the oldest traditions as well as the most experimental techniques of animation. They work with the most prominent texts in the national and international drama dedicated to marionettes. 

 Pelusín del Monte, Friend, Alelé, Dragonfly, and Mr. Mascuello, as part of a gallery of characters to which they have given life and which belong to the inheritance of the Marionettes National Theater of Brothers Camejo and Carril. 

 It has won important recognitions and has performed in the International Festivals of Marionettes of Spain, Italy, United States, Mexico, and France, where it will represent us once more. An infinite love for everything they do characterizes the work of Las Estaciones Theater, became one of the most relevant groups of the country in marionettes theater. 

Cuba in Baja California

Cuban music has shaken Mexicans residing in Baja California stronger than hurricane John to dance the tune of Maestro percussionist Tata Güines. 

 Cuba has released a number of musicals on the western coast of the Aztec territory so animating with Compay Segundo Group art exhibitions and lectures taking place in that locality. 

 Dancing Company’s chan-chan rhythm and Cuba’s best known musical genre Son, local people live a moment of elation on the gorgeous Pacific coastal line. 

 Baja California revived its best memories with dazzling performances and no less dazzling tropical music that so much hearten people as much as art itself. 

 All in one and however, each separate instrument; guitars, clave, metals and above all percussion spiced like no other California’s nights by unmistakable batá drums of Tata, a living legend among top percussionists of all time. 


Antonio Guerrero´s book will be launched at the Exhibition Hall of Russia

Havana, (PL) The world campaign for the release of five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unfairly imprisoned in the US increases after announcing a march on the US embassy in Argentina and some activities in Turkey and Russia. 

 The Argentinean Movement of Solidarity with Cuba convened for September 12 a march in front of the US embassy in Buenos Aires to demand release for the Cuban Five and the northern nation´s government respect for Cuban sovereignty. 

 Likewise, Turkey, organized by the Jose Marti Association of Friendship with Cuba presided over by Tezcan Abey, held activities of solidarity in the southern cities of Dacha, Kushadasi and Dikili. 

 Cuban ambassador to Moscow Jorge Marti stated that the National Pro-Five Coordinator created new committees in some Russian regions and the State Duma, or lower house of the parliament, for a draft resolution demanding their release. 

 Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero, Ramon Laba&ntilde;ino, Fernando Gonzalez and Rene Gonzalez, universally called the Cuban Five, were detained in 1998 and convicted to sentences in 2001 ranging from 15 years to double life terms. 

 They infiltrated anti-Cuban terrorist groups, responsible for over 3,000 deaths in the last 47 years, to thwart violent actions against the Cuban people and from other countries. 

 In a manipulated trial in Miami, Hernandez was sentenced to double life imprisonment, Guerrero and Laba&ntilde;ino to life imprisonment, while Rene and Fernando Gonzalez were condemned to 15 and 19 years in prison, respectively. 

 In May 2005, the UN Human Rights Arbitrary Detention Commission declared illegal the Cuban Five s detention and trial, and demanded from Washington their immediate release. 

 Antonio Guerrero´s book &quot;Poemas Confidenciales&quot; will be launched at the Exhibition Hall of Russia, translated by Vladimir Kazakov and collaborator Daria Voronkova. 

Audioslave: proud of its work and Cuban concert

Havana, (ACN) The US rock group Audioslave is proud of its prolific output, including its CD-DVD &ldquo;Live in Cuba&rdquo; concert.

   Audioslave expects to release a third album as part of plans to continue promoting their work. Guitarrist Tom Morello said that they have tried to do like some of their favorite bands did, such as Led Zeppelin. &ldquo;When you&rsquo;re at the height of your rock powers, to record a lot of rock by making records at a year-per-album pace; I think we&rsquo;ve been able to do that,&rdquo; commented Morello.

   The musician denied recent rumors about a possible break-up of the band, emphasizing its success and future plans, reported United Press International on its website.

   Currently Audioslave&rsquo;s Chris Cornell is recording a solo album which will be released under the title &ldquo;You Know My Name,&rdquo; after that, the renowned band is planning to go on tour in 2007. 

Cuban dance magic in the Sadler´s Wells

Dazzling release of the Cuban Ballet Company staring La magia de la danza choreographed and directed by Alicia Alonso premiered in Teatro Sadlers Wells of London had an enthusiastic acceptance of viewers that crowded the emblematic theatre hall located downtown this cosmopolitan city. 

 For two consecutive years and meeting the audiences´ requirements Cuban dancers accepted to attend the running ballet season presenting classic ballets such as Don Quijote. 

 Several of the leading figures of the Cuban company directed by Alicia Alonso are Viengsay Valdés and Joel Carreño, Bárbara García, Rómel Frómeta, Víctor Gilí, Anette Delgado, Hayna Gutiérrez, Javier Torres, Elier Bourzac, Miguelángel Blanco, Taras Domitro and Linette González all-time dancing with an excellent Corp de Ballet. 

 Cuban starter dancers attracted a virtual swarm of ballet fans and critics that packed the Sadler´s Wells being among them famous critic Clive Barnes (coming from New York) and John Percival an English critic with a long following in the sector. Other personalities announced attendance for next seasonal presentations. 

 Long standing ovations were warmly devoted to Cuban virtuoso dance style and talented dancers urged to come out onstage several times by the hand of dear director and inspiring symbolic figure Alicia Alonso. 

Spain honors Cuban Folk Ballet

Camaguey, (PL) The mayor of Salvaterra, Spain, conferred a replica of the city&acute;s   coat of arms to the Camag&uuml;ey Folk Ballet (BFC) during the visit of that   Cuban dance company to the Ibero American nation.

The staff received the recognition Monday in the Spanish theater where it performed   just yards from the border with Portugal.

The information sent by Reynaldo Echemendia, BFC director, states that the   next tour performances will take place in Seville, Cordoba, Valladolid and the   Spanish enclave of Melilla, on the north African coast.

According to Echemendia, the audience has provided the Camag&uuml;ey Folk Ballet   with a very warm welcome at every presentation.<br>

Jose Maria Vitier to perform in Madrid

Madrid (Special Service) — The Cuban composer and pianist Jose Maria   Vitier will be among the international artists who will open the new season   this week at the Villa de Madrid Cultural Center, one of the most dynamic venues   in the Spanish capital.

"Cuba in Piano" is the name of the concert that will take place Saturday,   September 16, in which Vitier will perform, in a jazz style, various musical   genres and rhythms from the island.

The media in Madrid is spotlighting the inclusion of Vitier in a program called   "Latins in la Villa," along with Argentine jazz musician Pedro Aznar   and Spanish comedian Pepe Garamendi. <br>  <br>

Cuban style jazz in Europe

Two of the Cuban top musical bands, National Septet and Afro Cuban All Stars toured of various European cities that warmly welcome their rhythms. 

 The performance of Afro Cuban All Stars at the XXVI Jazz Festival of Vienne, France made the evening red-hot and the people that came in crowds to enjoy Cuban style Latin jazz interpretation. 

 Cuban artists shared scenario with great jazz figures like George Benson, Gilberto Gil and Maestro members of the Lincoln Center Orchestra directed by Wunton Marsalis. 

 Previously Antillean musicians have taken part in the International Festival of Cerdeña playing side-by-side Maestro jazz legend Chucho Valdés and in La Seynne-Sur-Mer together with their countrymen Manolito Simonet and his band and Isaac Delgado. 

 Likewise other presentations Geneva, Switzerland; Mataró, Cataluña and in the Jazz Parade, Fryeburg, Switzerland shocked Europeans with Caribbean hot rhythms and motions. 

 Jazz with Caribbean touch is visibly making room outside Cuba provided nationals know how to enhance music through excellent voice and instrumentation works traditionally recognized all over the world. 

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