(From Left) Mr. Robert Hernandez – Director of Cuba Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Exchange; Natasha Ramnath – ANSA McAL Group Corporate Communications Officer presents a cheque to Mr. Nicholas Cumberbatch – Director and Project Manager of Cuba Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Exchange and Ms. Hamid Baksh, Director of Cuba Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Exchange and also the Principal of Success Laventille Secondary School at the cheque handover ceremony in support of the Cuba Trinidad and Tobago Educational and Cultural Exchange spearheaded by Success Laventille Secondary School
For its second consecutive year, the ANSA McAL Group was pleased to generously contribute towards the Cuba – Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Exchange noble project between Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago.
The Cuba – Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Exchange project originated in 2015 when Success Laventille Secondary School, through its Success Stars Pan Sounds accepted an invitation from the Government of Cuba in collaboration with the Cuban Institute of Music, to perform in several musical workshops throughout Cuba.
In 2017, Cuba – Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Exchange hosted El Conjunto Folkorico Nacional de Cuba a thirty -six (36) member contingent of one of Cuba’s premiere folkloric, internationally acclaimed performing arts company with Mr. Nicholas Cumberbatch, Project Manager, at the helm.
This year’s event featured Habana Compas Dance, a twenty (20) member percussive dance company, as well as students from several performing arts schools in Trinidad and Tobago who were encouraged to participate in Dance and Percussion workshops from January 12th to 22nd, 2019.
The ANSA McAL Group values the important objectives coming out of this cultural-educational exchange between our two countries which directly benefits our peoples.
Corporate Communications Department
ANSA McAL Group of Companies
Wednesday 30th January, 2019