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'The Latin Explosion: A New America'

Emilio Estefan , Gloria Estefan - New York Premiere of the HBO Documentary 'The Latin Explosion: A New America' - Arrivals - New York, United States - Tuesday 10th November 2015

Emilio Estefan and Gloria Estefan
Emilio Estefan, Rita Moreno, Gloria Estefan and Audrey Puente
Emilio Estefan, Rita Moreno, Gloria Estefan and Audrey Puente
Cheech Marin and Emilio Estefan
Cheech Marin, Emilio Estefan, Rita Moreno, Gloria Estefan and Audre Puente
Cheech Marin and Emilio Estefan

On Your Feet Opening Night Curtain Call

Jerry Mitchell, Gloria Estefan , Cast - Opening night of On Your Feet at the Marquis Theatre - Curtain Call. at Marquis Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 6th November 2015

Jerry Mitchell, Gloria Estefan and Cast

On Your Feet Opening Night Party Arrivals

Josh Segarra, Ana Villafane, Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan , Andrea Burns - Opening night party for On Your Feet at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel - Arrivals. at New York Marriott Marquis Hotel,, New York Marriott Marquis - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 6th November 2015

Josh Segarra, Ana Villafane, Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan and Andrea Burns
Josh Segarra, Ana Villafane, Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan

Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame La Musa Awards

Gloria Estefan - Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame La Musa Awards at The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theatre - Arrivals at The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theatre - Miami, Florida, United States - Thursday 15th October 2015

Gloria Estefan
Gloria Estefan
Gloria Estefan
Gloria Estefan

30th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner

Gloria Estefan , Emilio Estefan - 30th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner to benefit The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis at The Waldorf Astoria at Waldorf Astoria Hotel - New York, United States - Wednesday 7th October 2015

Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan
Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan
Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan
Gloria Estefan

Pop Singer Miguel Bose Is Latin Academy's Person Of The Year


Miguel Bose Shakira Gloria Estefan Latin Grammy Awards Placido Domingo Carlos Santana

The Spanish-Italian-Panamanian-Colombian pop singer Miguel Bose has been named the Latin Academy's Person of the Year for 2013. The singer, author and actor will be honored at a benefit gala on November 20 in Las Vegas, one day before the 14th annual Latin Grammy Awards.

Bose has recorded over 30 albums over a career spanning three decades - his hit singles include Anna, Salamadra, Te Amare, Sevilla, Como Un Lobo and Si Tu No Vuelves. He has also acted in more than 35 movies. Recognized for both his philanthropic and professional achievements, Bose has worked tirelessly for the Peace Without Borders campaign as well as for Fight Against AIDS.

In the musical world, Bose has collaborated with some one of the biggest acts in the business, including REM's Michael Stipe, soul legend Gloria Gaynor, Latin star Ricky Martin, Colombian pop singer Shakira, Alejandro Sanz, Juanes and Paulina Rubio. He won a Grammy Award in 2001 for his album Sereno.

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Video - Minka Kelly And Gloria Estefan Raise Heart Disease Awareness With Heart Truth Red Dress Collection


The Heart Truth Red Dress Fall Collection 2012 premiered in New York recently, featuring a number of prominent celebrities and models. Actress Minka Kelly (Just Go With It; Charlie's Angels) attended the event and later modelled a red dress by Diane Von Furstenberg. Gloria Estefan was also seen on the red carpet and on the catwalk, also modelling a red dress by Narciso Rodriguez.

Model Christie Brinkley naturally took part in the event but as she set off down the catwalk - to ex-husband Billy Joel's Uptown Girl - she stumbled slightly; however, she regained her balance and laughed it off

Video - Gloria Estefan Takes Photo With A Fan - Lifetime Movie 'Five' Arrivals Part 1


The made for TV movie 'Five' had its premiere in New York City on the 26th September. Among the stars on the red carpet were actresses Demi Moore and Gloria Estefan, who graciously posed for a photo with a fan; rapper Wyclef Jean; actor Emilio Estevez and Jennifer Aniston, who part directed Five.

'Five' is a series of short films, following the lives of five women and the impact breast cancer had on their lives. It stars Rosario Dawson and 'Kick-Ass' star Lyndsy Fonseca

Music Of The Heart Review


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The creator of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream is toying with our conscience again, only this time his weaponry isn't Freddy's claws or a murderous prank caller. Director Wes Craven's latest endeavor, Music of the Heart, switches gears to more virtuous human emotions in order to tell us the story of one woman's triumph and the revival of a downtrodden urban community. Oddly enough, this film is just as powerful as any of Craven's horror films and can evoke strong emotion and sentiment, if you let it.

Music of the Heart begins like any of the other "triumphant teacher" dramas we've all seen. Stand and Deliver and Dangerous Minds both crossed my mind as I sat through the first hour of Roberta Guaspari's (Meryl Streep) struggle to teach a handful of young urban kids how to play the violin. This part of the story is hackneyed and clichéd, and you've seen it before--if not in a previous movie than in some boring after-school special. But where other "triumphant teacher" dramas fail because they concentrate too much on the saintliness of the teacher, this movie succeeds in its captivation of Roberta Guaspari's character flaws, and her struggle as a single mother attempting to raise her two children in East Harlem. When the film expands beyond the existence of just "Roberta the teacher" and into the rest of her life, the film becomes genuinely enjoyable.

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Music Of The Heart Review


Good
The creator of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream is toying with our conscience again, only this time his weaponry isn't Freddy's claws or a murderous prank caller. Director Wes Craven's latest endeavor, Music of the Heart, switches gears to more virtuous human emotions in order to tell us the story of one woman's triumph and the revival of a downtrodden urban community. Oddly enough, this film is just as powerful as any of Craven's horror films and can evoke strong emotion and sentiment, if you let it.

Music of the Heart begins like any of the other "triumphant teacher" dramas we've all seen. Stand and Deliver and Dangerous Minds both crossed my mind as I sat through the first hour of Roberta Guaspari's (Meryl Streep) struggle to teach a handful of young urban kids how to play the violin. This part of the story is hackneyed and clichéd, and you've seen it before--if not in a previous movie than in some boring after-school special. But where other "triumphant teacher" dramas fail because they concentrate too much on the saintliness of the teacher, this movie succeeds in its captivation of Roberta Guaspari's character flaws, and her struggle as a single mother attempting to raise her two children in East Harlem. When the film expands beyond the existence of just "Roberta the teacher" and into the rest of her life, the film becomes genuinely enjoyable.

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Music Of The Heart Review


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About three minutes after the film "Small Wonders" won Best Documentary at the 1997 Academy Awards, somebody was probably on the phone pitching its story as the perfect crossover for a feel-good feature drama.

The film tracked the astonishing tenacity of a violin teacher named Roberta Guaspari who built, from the ground up, an extraordinary music program that teaches inner city kids in East Harlem to play the violin. Guaspari inspired hundreds of students to strive, and battled budget-cutting bureaucrats and miscreant kids for 10 years before having her program yanked out from under her, only to be save it by raising private funds through a concert that featured her students performing along side the likes of Itzhak Perlman, Isaac Stern and Nashville fiddler Mark O'Conner.

Now in 1999 comes "Music of the Heart," the fictionalized version of this up-lifting story, starring Meryl Streep as a more deeply examined Guaspari, a distraught divorcee, abandon by her philandering Naval officer husband, who lands in Harlem with her two young boys after talking her way into what at first seems like a temporary, thankless and very possibly pointless job.

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Gloria Estefan

Date of birth

1st September, 1957

Occupation

Musician

Sex

Female

Height

1.57




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