Despite the epidemiological situation caused by Covid-19, EGREM, in conjunction with the Cuban Ministry of Culture, carries out a series of activities throughout the country dedicated to the 126th anniversary of the restart of the struggles for independence.
In the province of Matanzas, all the entities belonging to the EGREM accompany their work routines with musical works in tribute to José Martí, the main promoter of the uprisings of February 24th, 1995 and a distinguished figure for the thought and culture of the nation .
The House of Music of Varadero will have the presence of artists from the territory during the day, who will entertain from the terrace of the place. One of them is the violinist Julia Marta and her project, who will perform songs from her repertoire along with other patriotic songs, of special significance on this historical date.
From their profiles on the social networks Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, the House of Music and the rest of the entities belonging to the record label in the Athens of Cuba, will share audiovisual content linked to the history and national identity and Cuban music, as well how they will replicate what happened at the EGREM national headquarters.
The phonograms that have told the evolution of the Island throughout these 62 years of Revolution are diverse, the EGREM constitutes a witness and protagonist of its conception. Martian Anthology Volumes I and II; I just dreamed.
Poems by José Martí set to music by young Cuban troubadours; the compilation Motivos Martianos y Martí en Amaury, by Amaury Pérez Vidal, are among the productions that this February 24th sound in all entities of the record company in Matanzas, as a reflection of historical memory in art and culture.