Katara, the Cultural Village Foundation’s Cultural Diversity Festival has concluded with an Argentinian folklore performance.
The presentation highlighted the “originality of the rich Argentinian and Latin American traditions through powerful musical performances”, according to a statement from Katara.
The Cultural Diversity Festival began in January, featuring 20 cultural shows representing a number of countries.
The festival was organised by Katara in co-operation with the Unesco office in Doha and the Qatar National Commission for Education, Culture and Science.
On the occasion, Katara general manager Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti said: “Through organising and hosting such a diverse array of performances, the Cultural Village is seeking to further bridge gaps between cultures and create an environment for all to connect in a creative way.
“We continue to partner with the Unesco office in Doha and the Qatar National Commission for Education, Culture and Science to emphasise the importance of cultural diversity as an approach towards peace and sustainable development.”
More than 20 offices in all provinces of Argentina makes this company one of the largest and most important of Argentina, both nationally and internationally.
Sentires, a professional cultural art company that promotes Argentinian culture through its shows, enthralled the audience at Katara with performances based on Latin American music.
Sentires has more than 20 performing platforms across all provinces of Argentina, making it one of the largest and most important art and culture entities in Argentina and beyond, the statement notes.
The group’s acclaimed artistic shows have been presented at a number of festivals and theatres.
Sentires has also represented Argentina at international festivals in countries such as Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, Portugal, Holland, Brazil, Bulgaria, Ecuador, Poland, Germany and South Korea, bagging prestigious international awards.
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