Local October 25, 2014 | 11:00 am

Cuban singer Silvio Rodriguez visits President Medina

Santo Domingo.– President Danilo Medina on Friday welcomed in his office the courtesy visit of Cuban singer and songwriter Silvio Rodriguez, who was accompanied by his wife Niurka Gonzalez and Culture minister Jose Antonio Rodriguez

The Dominican head of State and the renowned singer discussed various aspects, including the strong cultural and historical ties between the Dominican Republic and Cuba.

Silvio will be taking part in the 250th anniversary celebrations of the founding of Bani, the city where General Maximo Gomez was born, one of the heroes of Cuba’s struggles for independence in 1895.

Among the many classic hits Silvio is expected to sing tonight are "Ojalá", "La Maza", "Unicornio", "Te Doy una Canción", "Pequeña Serenata Diurna", "Te Amaré" y "Hoy Mi Deber".

The free concert is scheduled for 7pm at Bani’s Luis Maria Herrera stadium in Bani. Dominican singer Maridalia Hernandez will be Silvio’s counterpart.

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