After a prolonged drought of international tourism in Venezuela, there are signs that the industry is slowly recovering.
Venezuelan rock has some big names like Sentimiento Muerto, Zapato 3 and Caramelos de Cianuro, as well as more recent projects like La Vida Boheme. But this one band has an unique reach through many generations
After a long crisis, Venezuelan cinema is reconnecting with local audiences –and succeeding abroad– while exploring new dimensions and facing sensitive national topics
More and more legendary and contemporary compositions are being played in symphonies abroad, as world-class Venezuelan composers, conductors and musicians gain influence in the global classical circuit
I was afraid of watching this story about a young man navigating the protests and the repression. But I left the cinema feeling proud
It was already ambitious of young producer Claudia Salazar to attempt the staging of the great musical based on the novel by Victor Hugo, let alone doing it in 2019 Venezuela. Now that it returned to the Teresa Carreño on March 30th, we tell this incredible story
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