Young Eduardo Sandoval considers himself the heir of Cuban trombonist Juan Pablo Torres, who passed away in 2005 at 58. When Eduardo speaks of the late musician, his eyes light up in a very special way. The work of Torres was actually one of the sources of inspiration for Eduardo’s first album, titled Caminos abiertos (“Open Roads”).
Next month, from December 3 to 13, the public will once again stampede to the country’s movie theaters. The 37th Havana Film Festival will be an opportunity to get one’s bearings with respect to the most recent in film production in Latin America and cast a glance at film productions from other parts of the globe.
The Cuban government lamented today having lost its top baseball player and one of its best prospects, Yulieski and Lourdes Jr. Gourriel.