The MHeart Vinotinto Foundation hosted Cesar Guerra and Daniel Rodríguez, in a live performance of Venezuelan salsa music on Saturday, June 28, at El Mesón. The show opened with Cuenca’s own salsa dance group, Cachumbabé. The joint was jumping. The evening was sponsored by, José Briceño, who has lived in Cuenca for over 16 years. Briceno, one of Corazon Vintinto Foundation’s principal founders, moved from Venezuela a couple of years after the economy began to dismantle under the direction of newly elected President, Hugo Chavéz. “This initiative began as an entrepreneurs collective of Venezuelans who were in a better economic…
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