On Wednesday, the public enjoyed the presentation, the fruit of the cooperation existing between Colombian maestro José Francisco Arroyo and Carlos Alberto Cremata, general director general of
The Cuban cultural consultancy in the South American country favored the creation of a space for children and adolescents of scant resources to express themselves as individuals in harmony with their environment, the Prensa Latina news agency reports.
Arroyo highlighted that the objective of this visit was to bring the experience of
“Seeing the magnitude of all this was very easy, so I began contacts without hesitation, in order to create a bridge between a small, poor locality and
The Cuban-Colombian project had the expert advice of Cuban instructors Marisel Pestana, Hector David (Riquifito), Claudia Alvariño (Muma), Tahimi Alvariño, Patricia Gómez and the girl Maria Carla Cremata.
The staging of