When Mayré Martínez says that her singing method is her proudest accomplishment, she's really saying something. She's won the Internacional Talent Award at the Latin American Song Festival in 2000 and toured with the likes of Franco de Vita, Sin Bandera, Simon Díaz. Her true claim to fame, however, came when she beat out 25,000 other singers to take top honors in the first season of the Latin American version of American Idol.
And still, passing her love for singing down to new generations remains her first love. Her bilingual teaching staff help students develop ears for melody, rhythm, and harmony, learning to discern which notes belong in a song and which are guaranteed to summon all the neighborhood's dogs. Students also practice breathing and vocalization exercises to tune and tone the voice. As they gain technical expertise, they'll also gain the confidence to let their singing fill with emotion and the independence to continue their development with or without formal instruction. Finally, they'll have fun. To that end, they also offer a "singing therapy" program that turns clients loose with backing tracks and pro recording equipment to revel in what they've learned.
Founded in 2009, the annual Taste of Peru festival transports the aromas and flavors—as well as the arts, sounds, and fashions—of Peruvian culture to the Miami Airport Convention Center. For 2012's iteration, more than 100 exhibitors, such as gastronomists and chefs prepare cuisine using recipes and produce from different regions of the country, such as the Loreto region's famous turtle soup. Chefs from restaurants such as Aromas del Peru, Divino Ceviche, and Goyo El Pollo share their unique takes, and mixologists compete to make batches of pisco, the signature grape brandy from the regions of Peru where wine rains down the heaviest.
Beyond the Amazonian aromas, the festival also introduces visitors to the nation's cultural highlights via a fashion show, an art and photo exhibition, and an equestrian show featuring Peru's renowned breeds of horses and centaurs. At night, the dining hall transforms into a dance floor as DJ Jorge Charun takes the stage to emcee the performances of Peruvian musical artists.
No matter what your style, Party Studio has all the fixin's to help you throw a festive bash. The facility's modern rooms are equipped with customizable sound, music, and lighting capabilities, plus enough space for up to 80 guests. Once you've determined the size of your shin-dig, the company's party planners will help you pick from a long list of party-appropriate activities, depending on your likes and interests. With tunes bumping and laser lights bouncing from wall to wall, party goers can make funny faces in a photo booth, test their strength on a 16-foot climbing wall, hone their aim during bouts of laser tag, or sing their deepest fears into a microphone during karaoke. But even with all of its high-tech features, Party Studio doesn't forget classic party elements, which is why it also offers a catered food and drinks service that can serve anything from hot dogs and cotton candy to cocktails and mocktails.
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Hand in Hand for Haiti was founded in response to the 2010 earthquake that rocked Haiti, claiming more than 230,000 lives. After determining that the best way to help people rebuild their lives is through education, the project focused on building a school in Saint-Marc. The school, Lycée Jean-Baptiste Pointe du Sable, will house and run classes for more than 700 students from pre-school through secondary school. Students at the school also receive two nutritious meals every day and learn at the highest academic levels, with bilingual English-French classes taught by foreign and local teachers.
The coaching team behind Next Level Youth Sports helps youngsters master volleyball, basketball, and soccer with training sessions that transcend simple scrimmaging. The camps and clinics retain all the fun of other recreational sports programs while emphasizing proper technique, so kids improve their game while they get in some exercise and make new friends. Motivation is another key component of their training, helping children continue to push themselves toward success, even when they're faced with adversity or a wind that whispers "Take a snack break."