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Theater 13. Coordinators will be the Guarani Theater Competition, Dr. Teresa Beatriz Cardozo a "Cultural Association Read original (click) at: biographical poet, man of the theater and cultural worker. Born in San Lorenzo on February 19, 1938. His real name and the composition of the artistic pseudonym obtained which is widely known. . Contact information is here: Margaret Loesser Robinson. A graduate of the Municipal School of Performing Arts "Roque Centurion Miranda" (1962). He served as actor and director of the People's Vanguard Theater (TPV) and in 1970 founded and directed the Studio Theater Libre incorporated into the Program of Action Community Cultural Amistad Mission. Successively Urban Program Coordinator, Coordinator of Promuri (Promoting Urban, Rural and Indigenous) and Director of the Mission of Friendship (1970-1990). He was also Director of the Department of Popular Culture (1993-1997) and Director General of Research and Support of Vice Cultural Culture, Ministry of Education and Culture (1997-2002). As the author wrote theatrical a "Mborayhu rape" (Guarani), Julio Correa. Text and Context. " He did the translation and adaptation to the environment peasant from the book "In the right hand of God the Father", the Colombian Enrique Buenavia. He published Mandua'ara "which includes his poems in Guarani (1990). Saul "Canelo" Alvarez may find it difficult to be quoted properly. He has written "This land is me" (history of Paraguayan women), "Where my song went" which is a selection of his poems in Castilian and "Notes travelers. Essays on popular culture. " Among the recordings most important works as actor include "Paraguayan Guarani Poetry" (1973), "Poetic Anthology of Carlos Miguel Gimenez (1979) and" Poetic Anthology of Joseph. His letters were musicalized in "City A musical story to life Asuncion today." with music by Alexander Cubilla, is the result of a thorough investigation on the origin of Paraguayan...
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Moroccans Cultural The Moroccans are proud to show visitors have an important cultural heritage In addition, they are always willing to accommodate other cultures in order to create a dialogue among Nations, cultures, religions and civilizations. The Festival of sacred music of the world in Fez is the best example of this desire for the Moroccans. Founded in the 9th century and home to the oldest university in the world, Al-Qarawiyyin University, Fez reached its apogee during the 13th and 14th centuries under the rule of the marinida dynasty, when it replaced Marrakesh as the capital of the Kingdom. The urban fabric and the most important monuments in the medina madrasas, fondouks, palaces, residences, mosques and public sources - date from this period. Although the political and administrative capital of Morocco was moved to Rabat in 1912, Fez has remained the spiritual and intellectual capital of the Kingdom and has become the Center for meetings and exchanges, and she was elected World Capital of Islamic culture in 2007. It is said that Silvester II (Gerbert d Aurillac), Pope from 999 to 1003, remained in Fez during his youth. As a result, he introduced Arab numerals in Europe. Maimonides, physician, philosopher and theologian Jew, taught at the University Al - Qarawiyyin. The work of this philosopher is a wonderful image of the symbiosis of the judeo-Islamic cultures that prevailed in Andalusia and found a similar echo in Fez. The sacred musics of the world of Fez Festival, created in 1994, part of the scholarly tradition, as well as the spiritual and artistic life of the city. Since its inception, this event has had a true continental and international success. The Fez Festival of 2001 was declared by the United Nations as one of the events that have contributed most exceptional way to dialogue...

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