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Municipal authorities promote new cultural projects in Mérida

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 To strengthen the artistic abilities of the Municipality, Mayor Renán Barrera Concha signed a letter of intent between the City Council and the National Center of Art Schools of Cuba (CNEART) that will have as its objective the creation of more cultural programs for girls, boys and young people.

In the event that took place in the Presidency Room of the Municipal Palace, the Mayor and the general director of the National Center of Art Schools of Cuba, Elizabeth Castro Rodríguez, signed the letter of intent to collaborate through the exchange of training and pedagogy for the municipal dance centers and the future municipal music school.

“In this vein, today’s signing is circumscribed in an exchange of training and pedagogy for the municipal dance centers, and the future municipal music school, both based on our Charter of Cultural Rights of Mérida, which guarantees harmonious interaction with plural cultural identities, as well as the will to live together”, he expressed.

He added that, with the signing of the letter of intent with the National Center of the School of Arts of Havana, Mérida has the opportunity, through cultural diversity supported by the promotion and encouragement of artistic creation in the respective cities, to offer to the new generations different forms of cultural and artistic enrichment.

In this sense, Castro Rodríguez pointed out that this agreement will facilitate the training of citizens in the field of the arts, where Cuba will make available to Mérida the 60 years of history, tradition and both pedagogical and scientific results of the National School of Arts.

He explained that in Mérida they will apply the result of years of experience of important artists in teaching and applied research that has given Cuba a system of art schools internationally recognized for their high aesthetic, artistic and cultural rigor.

“But it will not be our way, but we will adapt this artistic and pedagogical process to the conditions of its culture and tradition that are very similar to those of Cuba, which will allow us to have professionals graduated from music and music academies. dance,” he said.

He stressed that the artistic and cultural exchange between Mérida and Cuba will also later allow the possibility of expanding training in other artistic manifestations such as the circus, puppet theater and ballet, areas in which Cuba is highly recognized internationally.

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