It is Sunday, 3rd February 2019, a week after a rare and deadly tornado devastated Havana’s boroughs of Regla, Guanabacoa and 10 de Octubre. The government has been
There are only two jazz dedicated venues in Havana - La Zorra y El Cuervo on La Rampa and Jazz Café in the Centro Comercial Galerías Paseo on
“More with less” is a phrase which accurately and succinctly defines the way of life in Cuba for artists and musicians as well as for the general population.
Below zero temperature, snow and slippery roads did not hinder the celebratory evening dedicated to Cuba’s iconic double bassist and composer Israel López Valdes, better known as Cachao,
The exuberant energy of Alain Pérez and his fourteen-piece band were by no means diminished by the small stage of Bar Sarao, one of Havana’s new private music
The quote by poet Dinos Christianopolou, side-lined by the Greek literary community in the 1970s because he was gay, was evoked by an Ibeyi fan in response to
“Havana is a mix of Third World, First World and Other World” (Karen Dubinsky 2016) The tall stone walls and high cupola of the sixteenth century church of
Eliane Correa y En El Aire Project’s multinational crew from the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Africa dedicated an ode to the Cuban Santeria saint Changó, ruler of