The "Paraguayan Talent USA" Festival has the objective to disseminate and preserve the Paraguayan culture in the United States of America through recitals, concerts and festivals in different cities in North America. The Paraguayan artists are given the opportunity to show the international and north-American public an excellent level of artistic interpretation.In its third year, the program is filled with renown artists such as the enshrined Generación group, who are originally from the city of Villarrica and are characterized by a style of amalgamation of Paraguayan tradition enriched with current jovial elements of hope. This leading group conquered a successful career with a hectic schedule of presentations. They have caught interest not only in Paraguay but also in the Paraguayan people scattered throughout the world. Also will the outstanding singer Betty Figueredo, who was recently recognized by the Chamber of Deputies of our country for her long and successful career. In addition, the world travelers The Acuña Brothers who have taken our music up on the world stage as in Paris recently and Korea. The young talent of Marijo Obregon will show new trends of styles in the solo vocal music as she won the first prize in the TV show contest "Rojo Fama." And also from Paraguay, coming from the city of Encarnacion, the delightful Folk Ballet "Rohayhu" who showcases the typical and challenging dance of the bottles.Among the artists Paraguayans living in the U.S., the siblings Nancy and Daniel Luzko will offer their finest piano arrangements of Paraguayan and international music, the singer Montserrat Franco, whose career has evolved as an eclectic artist who traveled the world versatility from Latin America to the Middle East as well as the singer and song writer Abel Ullon who recently presented his new music in Paraguay and returns to the US with a busy agenda of presentations beginning with this festival. This edition of the festival will also present the enchanting harpist Arami and singer and guitarist Fito Espinola.