Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, Elian Gonzales. Communism. Blockades. Boatlifts. When it comes to considering the "revolution" in Cuba, our thoughts inevitably turn to the political. Yet recent years have also given us an opportunity to view the island as a home to revolutionary artists whose uncompromising work is anything but the product of a conformist society bereft of creative resources. This is the sort of revolution where tradition meets innovation and becomes something unique. The Buena Vista Social Club and its solo offshoots proved to the wider world that music thrives in Cuba. And the 53-year-old Ballet Nacional de... More >>>