Marjorie Jiménez (left), and Constanza Liz
The Ministry of Culture is able to have fun the twenty fifth anniversary of the country’s most important literary and cultural event from August 23 to September 3.
The Casa de la Música could have a gorgeous artistic program every night through the ten days of the XXV International Book Fair Santo Domingo 2023 (FILSD) for the closing of the literary and cultural days. The Ministry of Culture informed that outstanding soloists would enliven the fair atmosphere within the Sala de Encuentros within the Juan Lockward bar of the Eduardo Brito National Theater.
Amongst books, poetry, conferences, colloquiums, talks, and narratives, music couldn’t be missing on this edition of FILSD 2023, which is able to happen within the Plaza de la Cultura Juan Pablo Duarte from Thursday, August 23 to Sunday, September 3.
From Friday, August 25 through Saturday, September 2, at 8:00 p.m. on the Juan Lockward bar, FILSD 2023 attendees will have the ability to benefit from the voices and music of soloists reminiscent of María del Mar, Lena Dardelet, Anne Ivone, Carolyn Rodríguez, Marjorie Jiménez, Constanza Liz, Benny Hilario, Flavia Núñez and La Última Bohemia.
Artist María del Mar will open the presentations on Friday, August 25, on the Sala de Encuentros. Lena Dardelet will follow her on Saturday, August 26; Anne Ivonne on Sunday, August 27; and Carolyn Rodríguez on Monday, August 28.
Likewise, Marjorie Jiménez will delight the audience together with her beautiful songs on Tuesday, August 29, and Constanza Liz will proceed the calendar of exquisite performances on Wednesday, August 30.
Benny Hilario will sing on Thursday, August 31, to proceed on Friday, September 1, with the songs and music of Flavia Núñez.
The closing of the artistic presentations of La Casa de la Música of the Ministry of Culture will correspond to Florencia Blanco’s “La última bohemia” on Saturday, September 2.
“FOR EVERYTHING THERE IS A BOOK. ”
With the slogan “For all the things there may be a book,” the FILSD 2023 is devoted to Dominican author Jeannette Miller and has Israel as a guest country.
The literary and cultural festival is planning greater than 350 activities, including talks, conferences, colloquiums, poetry, book launches, music, and technological novelties, reminiscent of those within the Imagination Pavilion.
The general public attending this celebration of culture and literature will enjoy around 35 every day activities in 13 modern pavilions and halls designed to capture the eye and interest of everyone through the ten days of the Santo Domingo International Book Fair, from 9:00 a.m., when the renovated Plaza de la Cultura opens its doors, until 9:00 p.m., closing time.