Tuesday, 30 April 2019 16:18

Renewed Love between La Colmenita and Las Tunas

Written by István Ojeda Bello
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Renewed Love between La Colmenita and Las Tunas Photo: István Ojeda

"We are leaving as always, in love," said Carlos Alberto "Tin" Cremata, director of La Colmenita, saying goodbye to this province of eastern Cuba after a tour in which the children's company and the local public renewed their mutual affection after successive presentations in all municipalities of the province.


Las Tunas, Cuba.- Adults and children that crowded the cabaret under the stars, at the 26 de Julio park in the provincial capital, enjoyed the show Ricitos Valdés, the three bears and Cuban music, which covers the classic story to put the new generations in contact with the most typical Cuban music of all time: Sindo Garay or Benny Moré. These songs are also part of the Añejo Jardín album with which they were nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards in 2017, in Las Vegas.

La Colmenita shared the stage with Teatro Tuyo, and Ernesto Parra, director of the local troupe, gave them a commemorative serigraphy of the 20 years of this theatrical company. Surrounded by children of all ages, "Tin" received the Tuna de Cristal from Jaime Chiang Vega, president of the Provincial Assembly of the People's Power and Ariel Santana Santiesteban, first secretary of the Cuban Communist Party in Las Tunas, just reward to the work of the company in children education and in the defense of the patriotic traditions.

What happened during their recent visit to Las Tunas was just part of the immense joy left by La Colmenita in thousands of people of all ages, to whom "Tin" Cremata reminded that lesson reflected in the prologue of The Little Prince: "In spite of that years pass, and we move further away from childhood, at some point in our lives, we were at that stage and although we do not remember clearly those years of wonderful experiences, where everything is simpler and less complicated, it is never too late to remember what gave us the push to maturity and fed, in some way, the people we are today. "

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