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On March 31st, FINE Magazine hosted the 5th Annual Spring Exposure Fashion Show.
The event showcased fashion, food, and good company in an effort to raise money for Shelter to Solider, a charity that saves the lives of shelter canines by pairing them with veterans suffering from PTSD.
Guests danced the night away to the musical styling of Daring Greatly, while enjoying a surplus of food, drinks, and runway looks.
Mediterráneo Taste was part of this event with a great selection of fine wines from Spain.
Thanks to FINE Magazine for inviting us to be part of this great and fashionable event.
Newport Sea Base Rowing is hosting a Holiday Pop-Up Shop featuring over 25 vendors. – See the full vendor list below –
Mediterráneo Taste will be part of this event with a great selection of our wines from Spain.
Join us and discover unique wines and flavors!
When: December 3rd, 2015
Where: Newport Sea Base – 1931 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach, CA 92663
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FINE magazine and The Crosby at Rancho Santa Fe HOA is hosting the Inaugural Art Rhythm & Wine fest on Saturday, October 24, 2015.
A yearly Art show where some of the community’s best Painters, Sculptors, Jewelry Designers, Photographers, Mixed Media and Living Artists come together to present their works of Art.
Artists will be showcasing their beautiful, one-of-a kind masterpieces in our art walk, open free to the public, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. As the sun sets, join us inside one the most beautiful venues in Rancho Santa Fe. Live music will set the tone as guests enjoy gourmet food tastings, wine and beer tastings, and a live rhythm & blues band from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. A portion of the net proceeds of this event will help support The Country Friends.
Mediterráneo Taste will be part of this event with a great selection of our wines from Spain. Join us and discover unique wines and flavors!
Buy tickets here or at the door. See you there!
Mediterraneo Taste had the pleasured to sponsor and enjoy a wonderful classical concerts organized by the greatest composer Juan Colomer.
The concert was absolutely breathtaking and the energy was so high that the audience was electrified. The Artistic Soiree was featured by Amparo Edo Biol (Horn), Vicente Ortiz (Clarinet) and Arturo Cardelus (piano), performing works by Iturbi, Turina, Granados, Alberniz, Cardelus & Manuel de Falla. The result was a memorable experience for all the lucky attendants.
To top it off, the visual artist Pepe Moreno exhibited a selection of his recent Works.
“Artistic Soirées” is a non-profit organization with the purpose of bringing high quality art to the public of Los Angeles, in a relaxed environment where people can interact with the artists and experience their performance from just a few feet away.
“JJC Valencia Cultural Point” an official non-profit organization recognized by the Government of Valencia, is the parent company that has, as an additional goal, to create cultural ties between Valencia (Spain) and Los Angeles, by promoting the rich artistic heritage and links that unite these two cities.
JUAN J. COLOMER
Juan J. Colomer was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1966. At age 8, he started his music studies in his hometown, Alzira and continued at the Conservatory of Valencia, where he graduated in Trumpet and Composition. At age sixteen, he became founding member of the National Youth Orchestra of Spain and presented concerts throughout Europe. In 1990 he moved to Boston to study Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music. At that time he began working as a film composer for documentaries and continued composing classical works, receiving an award for a Harp Composition in Madrid.
In 1992, Colomer moved to Los Angeles and continued his career composing soundtracks for films that have obtained numerous awards including a first prize in Monte Carlo and a nomination for an Ariel in México (the equivalent of the Oscars in that country). In total, he has scored over 30 films. Colomer combines film composing with arranging and producing for artists such as Juan Carlos Calderón, Bebu Silvetti, Alejandro Fernández and musicians like Alex Acuña and Vinnie Colaiutta. As an orchestrator, he has worked for Plácido Domingo in the series of concerts that the Tenor presents every Christmas from Vienna, as well as the Three Tenors Concert in Paris conducted by James Levine and Monterrey. In 1999 Colomer released his own CD with Alternative Pop-Rock songs written and produced independently by him, some of which have been used in different movies in the USA. In September 2004, he was nominated for Best Soundtrack at the Shockerfest Festival in California for his work on the movie “The Crimson Hour. ” Mr. Colomer has also been a guest speaker for the film students at the prestigious Pasadena Art Center College of Design.
Award Winning Spanish composer and orchestrator, Juan J. Colomer, has collaborated with such artists as James Levine, Placido Domingo, Christian Lindberg, Vjekoslav Sutej and José Carreras. His works have been performed by the Vienna Symphony, the Paris Orchestra, the Arena de Verona Orchestra and Choir, the Budapest National Orchestra, the Orchestra of Castilla y Leon, and Orchestra of the Valencia Community (Les Arts), among others.
His works have traveled from Tokyo to Chicago, South Africa, Beijing, Washington, Sao Paolo, Las Vegas and Seoul. Commissioners of his works include the International Horn Symposium, the Center for Contemporary Music (CDMC), International Philip Jones Competition (Guebwiller, France), Valencia Institute of Music (IVM) and Spanish Brass.
He is the founder of Artistic Soirées, a series of concerts and art collaborations held at his loft in downtown Los Angeles, where people can experience the finest from LA’s art scene.
In 2012 he created, in collaboration with conductor Ignazio Terrasi, the “LA Grand Ensemble“, composed of musicians from the most prestigious orchestras in Los Angeles. Its main focus is to interact with other elements, such as lighting, set design, costume design, video projections and 21st century technologies, in an effort to engage the audience visually, and to have a sense of theatrical continuity by immersing the public into the context of the music. Juan J. Colomer publishes his works with BIM Editions of Switzerland, Rivera Editores, Editorial Piles and Tritó Editions of Spain and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
Sherryfest is one of the world’s largest and most prominent sherry events, celebrating all aspects of this magnificent Spanish wine. Created by Peter Liem, author of Sherry, Manzanilla & Montilla, and Rosemary Gray, director of RS Productions NYC, Sherryfest was launched in 2012, featuring an array of tasting events, seminars and sherry dinners with bodega representatives.
The fifth edition of Sherryfest was held in San Francisco June 17-20, 2014, and featured a variety of exciting events for both consumers and wine professionals. We were there enjoying the uniqueness of the Spanish sherries.
Sherryfest Grand Tasting at the Bluxome Street Winery with over 140 sherries from 21 different sherry houses: Aecovi, Alexander Jules, Barbadillo, Delgado Zuleta, Dios Baco, Emilio Hidalgo, Fernando de Castilla, González Byass, Gutiérrez Colosia, Harveys, Hidalgo-La Gitana, La Guita, Los lnfantes de Orléans-Borbón, Lustau, Osborne, Sacristia AB, Sánchez Romate, Tradición, Urium, Valdespino, Williams & Humbert.
Check out the full list of sherries at Sherryfest brochure