Besides the presence of superstar Gustavo Dudamel as conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, several programs have been inspired by the organization created by José Antonio Abreu, building opportunities through music education
In January, Chávez’s “cultural revolution,” which reduced to a monochromatic red a whole palette of administrations and symbols, will turn twenty years old. The damage is extensive, but not all is lost
At almost 81 years old, Gerry Weil releases an album plentiful of collaborations with young musicians, full of the innovative energy that made him one of the founders of Venezuelan jazz
Part of the concrete canopy of the famous corridors that connect the buildings of Ciudad Universitaria collapsed this morning
Although a visit to the Bellas Artes cultural circuit isn’t for the nostalgic, not everything is lost and there's a lot of its former glory still there.
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