Cultural News

Read more: To teach you have to love the professionThere are teachers who inspire feelings and contribute to forming convictions, especially in adolescents and young people and in moments of definitions of profiles, careers and futures.

Read more: Poets remember the Camagueyan writer Emilio Ballagas"Emilio Ballagas Cubeñas must be remembered not only as one of the greatest Cuban lyricists of all time, but also as the poet who approached his work with the most dispossessed and forgotten classes of the society that he lived. It was, along with his compatriot from Camagüey, Nicolás Guillén, who stood out the most in the well-known Negro poetry within the literary vanguard of the first half of the last century".

Read more: The Oriental Organ: history and traditionThe first of these aerophone instruments that enter the country casually was a small organ of cylinder.

Read more: Oriental Organ, cuban prideThis is the instrument that accompanied the flowering of Cienfuegos city in 1819 with its founding colonists, the same that became mambí and later rebellious in the Sierra Maestra, which was assumed by the Fornaris families and cubanized by the Borbolla, of Manzanillo and Then for those who took it in ox carts to Bayamo, Holguín and other towns, it is now the Cultural Patrimony of the Nation.

Read more: The Tenth essence of identityThe tenth, which was adopted in Cuba as our own, has found fertile soil in this part of the island. The musicality that existed in the singing of the peasant during his own labors in the countryside was assuming poetic forms to become art, and to become over time one of the cultural riches of this region.