Havana — The Angolan artistic delegation, participating in the 22nd international book fair in Havana, closed on Wednesday their participation in the event, with a folkloric and urban music show at the venue of Mella theatre.
The show, which last nearly two hours, also counted on the participation of the Cuban singer Pablo F.G and his band that closed the event that was attended by dozens of Cubans and Angolans.
The show counted on the participation of the Angolan groups Akapana, Duo Canhoto, duet Antero Ekuikui and Guilherme Maurício, the singers Gabriel Tchiema and Tony Amado.
Angola is being represented by an artistic delegation comprised by 123 artists, such as writers, musicians, plastic artists, art critics, researchers, editors, publishers, producers and other cadres and technicians linked to the cultural promotion
The delegation is expected to leave Cuba this Thursday for Luanda.
The event, opened on 14 February, will take place until 24 of this month in Havana city.