Trovuntivitis, a cultural project devoted to the Trova movement in the city of Santa Clara, has become a national and international musical phenomenon.
In this section we want you to get to know in detail everything related to the history of Cuban music, from its origins to the most recent artists.
Sense and playful, intimate and contestant, Oscar Sánchez is a prominent troubadour who despite his youth has won the applause of his audience.
There are artists who are born to make music and there are others that go beyond: those born to convey a message that uses music as a vehicle.
Which Cuban doesn’t know the song Sábanas Blancas? Its author, Gerardo Alfonso, painted a mural that conveys the spirit of the Cuban capital in a single stroke.
Born July 16, 1988, the troubadour from Matanzas Celestino Esquerré is one of those artists who live and breathe music. Their presentations, full of dynamism and a bit of humor…
One of the characteristics of Cuban music is his flirtation with humor and double meaning. Since the décima cubana, repentismo, son and guaracha to the most modern timba
Silvio Rodriguez Dominguez is the artist who was elected in Cuba, along with Ernesto Lecuona, as the best Cuban composer of the twentieth century and, with Joan Manuel Serrat,
Ray Fernandez is one of the rare cases in which the artist became famous after his songs.
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