Representatives from some 18 countries participate in this online edition of the Cucalambeana Fiesta

The 53rd edition of the Cucalambeana Fiesta, which started yesterday and ends tomorrow (for the first time in an online edition), welcomes the participation of folk singers, repentistas, troubadours, writers and exponents, in general, of cultural expressions from some 18 countries, Yanetsy Ramírez León, a specialist in International Relations of the Provincial Directorate of Culture, says.

The Cucalambeana Fiesta honors Juan Cristóbal Nápoles Fajardo, known as El Cucalambé

The forum Along the Paths of Song And Verse was developed on Twitter, which became an opportunity to delve into important issues for the preservation of the campesina tradition.

All the trains go through Omaja, by Adalberto Hechavarría

The Catauro de la Décima is traditionally one of the most awaited sections of the Cucalambeana Fiesta. This time, given the circumstances of the pandemic and the online nature of the event, the Organizing Committee decided to divide it into three, in charge of the Hermanos Saíz Association (AHS), the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) and the Provincial Book and Literature Center, including the Sanlope publishing house.

The plastic arts always honor the Supreme Guateque of the Cuban Peasantry

On its first day of online celebration, the 53rd edition of the Cucalambeana Fiesta gave Internet users a painting exhibition that portrays the soul of the Cuban countryside in all its splendor and naturalness; a comfort in the midst of a healthcare landscape that invites to reinvent life itself.

Geordanis Romaguera, the winner

The winners of the Justo Vega National Improvisation Contest, one of the most important competitions of the Cucalambeana Fiesta, were announced in the Palmas y Cañas television program, broadcast Sunday night, whose highest award fell for the second consecutive time at Geordanis Romaguera Montes de Oca, from Matanzas.