Cuba, June, 11 – The symphony “” that pays to Cuban-Argentinean guerrilla will have its Cuban premier in the central city of Santa Clara this week.
The symphony is by Paris-based Argentinean composer, Julio Cesar Pardo, who already presented it in France. The piece will be played by music students in Santa Clara on June 14, marking the 85th anniversary of Che’s birthday, and later in Havana.The symphony was first performed at the Jules Verne Theater in the French city of Amiens on April 19, 2012, with the attendance of Che’s daughter Aleida Guevara. Pardo and the president of France’s Cuba Si Solidarity Group at the French National Assembly, Andre Chassaigne, are on hand for the Cuban premier.
Pardo told the press that the initiative pays tribute to Che Guevara and the Cuban Revolution, which, in his words, deserve admiration and respect.