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Ibermemory audio and audiovisual program in Cuba › Culture › Official mouthpiece of the PCC

According to the organizers, the VI. Meeting of the Intergovernmental Council of the Ibermemoria Sound and Audiovisual Program in Havana, Cuba.

According to Prensa Latina, the event will be dedicated to the Bolero, which since August 24 has received the Cuban Nation’s Intangible Heritage Award, aspiring to the Declaration of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity by the United Nations Educational Organization. , Science and Culture (UNESCO).

Likewise, in the Che Guevara room of the Cuban Institute for Radio and Television, and with the presence of researchers from Mexico and Cuba, the meeting The heritage that unites us will take place during the day, according to the creative team.

Pavel Granados Chaparro, President of the Program and Director General of the National Fonoteca of the Aztec Nation, will deliver a master conference entitled El bolero en México: las traces de Cuba.

Likewise, the musicologist and researcher Lea Cárdenas Díaz will present the document “A bolero rhythm… past and present of a dialogue between cultures”, which speaks of a valuable musical genre for the island and the legacy of so many composers and singers.

Cárdenas Díaz will intervene on behalf of the National Council of Cuban Cultural Heritage and show the work carried out in the preparation of the joint act for the UNESCO declaration.

Background of this event was the XXIII. Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government, held in Panama in 2013. A year later it received the program category in the Veracruz edition.

The initiative, whose members are Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama, aims to “implement comprehensive conservation models for audiovisual sound documents that are part of the intangible heritage of Iberoamerican countries”.