Research Opportunities in Cuba
June 17 - July 1, 2012
Fall Program: Last Two Weeks of September, 2012
Thank you for visiting my page about Research Opportunities in Cuba. My programs are geared towards those interested in music, dance and art. For U.S. citizens and legal residents, these programs strictly follow the guidelines set forth in the rules and regulations for the General License for travel to Cuba from the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Dept. of the Treasury. I can send you definitive dimensions of the General License. Email me for this information.
There are many pictures taken in Cuba on my FaceBook page. Also many others at my Earthlink pages.
Click on the image below for a short video (2:38/3.8 MB) from a wonderful concert we attended as part of our
Professional Research Program.
On my next trip in June, we are going to be in la Habana and Matanzas. The two weeks include daily professional research opportunities, dbl. occupancy, all ground travel and services and just an amazing opportunity.
The price for a 2 week program includes:
- 9 nights Havana,
- 5 nights Matanzas,
- 8 days of professional research,
- 4 hours per day in Havana,
- 3 days of professional research 4 hours per day in Matanzas,
- breakfast and dinner daily,
- all transportation in Cuba,
- pickup at Havana airport, return to Havana airport at end of stay.
Our programs include:
- Double Occupancy hotels in Havana and Matanzas
- Hands on Musical Experiences
- Experienced Guides
- All travel in Cuba
- Amazing Experiences
- Much much more
While in Havana and Matanzas we will have ample time to perform many types of research, from meetings with world recognized professors such as Dr. Olavo Alén Rodriguez to investigations of the relationships between drumming and religion. We will also meet with famous and very approachable rumberos from both Havana and Matanzas. Participation in various religious ceremonies and rumbas are guaranteed.
Accomodations based on two per room. Translator/guide included.
A thought from me about the possibilities of things changing between the US and Cuba. As many of you may have read, there is a thawing of the decades old enmity between governments. This is, most probably, a good thing. My suggestion is to GO! before all the money and tourism hits Havana. Things will never be the same. Ever.
Are you interested? Please email me for more information.
As many of you know, US government regulations have changed regarding travel to Cuba. These regs are much stricter now, and cultural exchange/person-to-person licenses are no longer available.
I have decided to offer these programs to those who comply fully with the General License provisions of the U.S. Treasury Department, OFAC. Of course, those of you who don't live in the US are welcome on our programs!
Check out these pictures from Cuba!
Please do write me for more information about our exciting and legal programs!