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The Region of Murcia, Camacho and Maria Dueñas receive Castilletes Gold LV Festival del Cante de las Minas de La Union (01/04/2015)

The LV International Festival of Cante de las Minas is this year dedicated to the Region of Murcia and deliver their Castilletes de Oro to exfutbolista and coach Jose Antonio Camacho (Cieza, 1955), a writer and professor at the UMU María Dueñas (Ciudad Real 1964) and the matador Pepin Liria (Cehegín, 1970).

Also receive next August the highest institutional distinction of the contest the chef of the restaurant La Cabaña Finca Buenavista, Pablo Gonzalez Conejero (Murcia, 1971), the singer Encarnación Fernández (Alicante, 1951), winning artist two lamps Mining has developed his career in La Union and the Region of Murcia.

The awards, which annually receive outstanding professionals of cultural and social life of our country, have been revealed by the CEO of the Foundation Cante de las Minas and mayor of La Union, Julio Garcia, who was accompanied by the director of the Institute Cultural Industries and Arts (ICA), Marta Lopez-Briones, and the manager of the CajaMurcia Foundation, Pascual Martinez.

Among the other awards that delivers the Festival, to be held from 5 to August 15, also highlights the Catedral del Cante Award, which honors those nations that have more worked for flamenco.

This time he has gone to China because, among other activities, the city of Beijing will host next November a cultural exchange with Spain where the International Festival of Cante de las Minas is the main protagonist.

Other awards

Other awards are given each year in La Union are Carbides Gold, which recognize the work done on behalf of the International Festival of Cante de las Minas.

This LV edition of the contest, the winners were the White dancer del Rey, the Catholic University San Antonio (UCAM), the artist Esteban Bernal, the unionense flamencologist Paco Severo and restaurant The Vinagrero, historic hotel establishment of the Union has hosted countless flamingos featured games since the birth of the Festival.

Finally, Marin Trovero Award, in recognition of promoting the art of folk verse, has been awarded to Trovalia Festival for his dissemination of this art, while the Red Prize The Alpargatero, for the best work for flamenco music in the world of the rocks, went to the Rock Melon de Oro, Torre Pacheco.

Source: CARM

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