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“When I go back home and I continue to work on this repertoire with my choirs I hope that I will have a closer understanding to what this music really should sound like. I certainly have a better understanding of the spirit behind it and the rhythm and the energy and the life.” said Douma prior to the concert.
“Music, the arts in general, build bridges. It doesn’t matter what side (you are on) they build bridges,” said Digna Guerra, the Director of the Cuban Chorus.
Cuba’s chorus will travel in 2015 to New Haven, Connecticut to perform at Yale as part of the exchange.