Unknown Mexico in the world is it’s talented and sophisticated people

SU-O1 Feb.25, 2010.- If there is something extraordinary on the way people can understand sophistication of a country is in its food and levels of culture, and Mexico did a great representation over the face a few have the privilege to enjoy the pride of Mexicans, their gourmet food in the pre-Columbian time as was the amazing experience not only to enjoy it an Aztec menu, but to be part of the preparation  guided by International educated American Chef Hugh McCauley, well know for his exquisite cuisine and catering gourmet services who share honors with  international and Specialized on pre-Hispanic culinary arts Mexican Chef Teresa Ruiz in a great place in Oakland Park where the ones who attended enjoy in a pleasant fresh night a delicious Aztec soup.

Meanwhile in Miami in the Adrienne Artch Center celebrating the 25 Years as General Director and CEO of the Florida Grand Opera, Robert M. Heuter, Mexican Tenor Fernando de la Mora lead a great of Opera singers Renata Scotto, Roderick Williams, Diana Soviero, Elizabet Futral, Stewart Robertson with a program of more than 20 reportorial famous arias in concert with a full orchestra and chorus

Important was to see in the program the title as “Super Star” of Mexican Tenor which bring again  pride of a great talent of the Mexico that so many doesn’t know the sophisticated well-educated world of talented people who is living and  move on the masters levels. 

  Rosana Sandoval-G
Journalist & Mass Media Consultant
: Rosana Sandoval-Gallardo Muenchau 
twitter: @RosanaSGM.


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