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We are very excited to be a part of these festivals again this year in New York and Santiago de Cuba!!!


7/3 - 7/9, Santiago de Cuba


The Festival del Caribe was founded in 1981 by Casa del Caribe to show Caribbean popular culture and is considered one of the most important cultural events in Cuba. This year, Festival del Caribe will celebrate Mexico. The festival annually attracts nearly 1,000 visitors from across the Caribbean, as well as international visitors from all over the world!

If you happen to be in Cuba, please come join us!  OYU ORO will be performing in the theater, event venues and street carnivals everyday between 7/3-7/9.  

This engagement is supported in part by Mid Atlantic Arts through USArtists International, a program in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Trust for Mutual Understanding.  

Fiscal Sponsor: Center for Traditional Music and Dance

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SUNDAY, 7/16 @ 5 PM

Lincoln Center Presents
HARLEM WEEK and Harlem Arts Alliance

Hearst Plaza


The experimental Afro-Cuban movement ensemble Oyu Oro returns to Lincoln Center with CUBAILA, a full-length performance of enervating and multinational cross-cultural dance. Danys "La Mora" Perez, the company's Artistic Director, founding member and 2019 Doris Duke Fellow, brings decades of creative and personal experience to Oyu Oro's politically relevant choreography and staging. The NYC-based troupe's repertoire honors its company members' indigenous heritage by incorporating traditional music and dance styles and ethos from across Cuba and the Caribbean including rumba, salsa, chancletas and comparsa. This program is presented in collaboration with Harlem Arts Alliance and HARLEM WEEK, celebrating the excellence and diversity of Harlem's thriving arts communities.

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JACOB'S PILLOW, Outdoor Henry J. Leir Stage

FRIDAY, 7/28 @ 6 PM

358 George Carter RoadBecket MA, 01223 USA


Tickets to this performance are Choose What You Pay, with a suggested ticket price of $35.

Every year Inside/Out performances feature a variety of styles. Past performances have included classical ballet, tap, jazz/musical theatre dance, hip-hop, flamenco, traditional Korean dance, India’s bharata natyam, and many other genres. Performances are family-friendly and are followed by a brief question and answer session with the audience.

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