Stresses within the program Cuba event will, where good pashto afghan songs attan videos and dance convened from December 24 until January 2, to enjoy the capital with Adrian Berazaín, Yoyo Ibarra, Aragón, set Chapotín, Tammy Lopez, Raul Torres, Yoruba Andabo, Tesis de Menta, William Vivanco, Gerardo Alfonso and Pancho Amat, among others.For these concerts have chosen eight habaneros spaces: Arroyo Naranjo, the park La Herradura in San Miguel del Padron, Casablanca, San Agustin, park Santiago de las Vegas, Alamar, Red Square and the Trillo Park.Each province also plans of the dance, in which mainly local talent is encouraged, other spaces in cultural institutions and popular councils with performances of soloists, singers and musical afghan pashto mast songs gul parna latest afghani videos performances.These sessions are integrated, as usual, concert bands and children's cantorías, to be held in the mornings of December 27 and January 10 respectively.
Two special concerts will be held during the festivities. In the Paseo del Prado Orchestra sounds Miguel Faílde (December 26), which will join as guest Pancho Amat, Orlando Valle (Maraca), Tania Pantoja and violin Dagoberto Gonzalez, among others. Meanwhile, in the Plaza San Francisco de Asis a tribute to the diva of the Buena Vista Social Club will take place on the third day of 2016. In Cuba Omara concert, the famous artist will share the stage with the National Symphony Orchestra, Barbara Llanes, Moon Manzanares and Laritza Bacallao.
Other demonstrations add to the fun. The cinema, which recently showed at the New Latin American Film Festival a significant number of Cuban films, begin to project these new films in theaters Creoles Release the country with the arrival of the year 2016; an action that already has its premiere with the screening of the film in our cinemas Cuba Libre, directed by Jorge Luis Sanchez, who will remain on display until January 6.
The Cuban Book Institute prepares some reissues of several volumes on Fidel, which will be presented to honor the 90th birthday of the historic leader of the Revolution.
Meanwhile, the performing arts the stage ready to give smaller house party in style at the beginning of the year. Titles like Little Red Riding Hood, by the National Puppet Theatre, and pirulero Wedding mouse, Blank Hubert Company, will be presented in the usual venues of these groups.Circus art lovers stop and visit the Yara cinema, where will be performing the National Circus of Cuba with Fantasia show, while in the tent Trompoloco the Havana Company displayed its unique Havaneando.
Season Three welcomes clashing cultures, new rituals, religious conversions, unconventional music, exotic foods, rare clothing and more conflicting opinions from family & friends Miami, FL July 6, 2011– Mondays continue to rule on Tr3s: MTV, Música y Más with new episodes of “Quiero Mi Boda" starting July 11th at 7pm (ET/PT)/ 6pm (CT). In its third season, the original reality series accepts an invitation to the cross-cultural union of diverse couples, from Nigeria and Mexico to Canada and the Dominic Republic, as they tackle their cultural differences before their “I do’s”.
“Quiero Mi Boda” takes an inside look at cross-cultural weddings and the hustle and bustle surrounding them. A wedding is a special event in the life of a couple: a day where not only two people join in matrimony but also a day when two families unite. Now imagine these two families being from completely different cultural backgrounds: different taste, traditions, religion, customs and sometimes even different languages. “Quiero Mi Boda” goes behind-the-scenes to unveil the stressful yet harmonious union of these unique couples.
Osaze and Jessyca were happily married at Angel Springs Event Center on May 28th, 2011 with local photographers Debra and Raymond Malkiewicz of EverafterImages.Com and 2nd Generation Video Productions Jerry and Penny Malcolm documenting the wedding. - other Austin area vendors for this wedding include: Dagar's Catering, Bouquets of Austin, Complete Music, Michelle's Patisserie, Antique Limo, and the Bongo Party Bus
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