2014 LA MUSA AWARDS A GRAND SUCCESS!
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Los compositores y cantantes se vistieron de fiesta para participar de la segunda gala anual de los Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame La Musa Awards en el hotel The Ritz Carlton de South Beach, Florida.
Sus creadores, los compositores Desmond Child y Rudy Pérez, recibieron la Llave de la Ciudad de Miami por su labor de reconocer a los compositores más influyentes de la música latina.
Por segundo año consecutivo Eglantina Zingg y René Lavan fueron los encargados de conducir el evento que estuvo lleno de talentos.Read More
The second annual La Musa Awards presented by the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame was an eminently musical and emotional affair whose elegant execution bodes well for its future and growth. While last year’s inaugural event featured a smorgasbord of talent, this year’s event at the ballroom in the Ritz Carlton in Miami Beach was smaller but far more impactful, and featured a string of outstanding performances from the likes of Alejandro Sanz, David Bisbal, Jencarlos Canela, Diego Torres, Jon Secada and R&B Singer Miguel, who was awarded the Triunfador (Champion) award.
“I appreciate that you’ve included me in such a prestigious event,” said Miguel, whose father is Mexican American. “I’ll try to do my best to honor the Latin community.”
And the evening was a wide-reaching celebration of that community, ranging from emerging bright stars who have already found remarkable chart success like Canela, who received the “Luchador” (Fighter) award, to Sanz, a 15-time Latin Grammy and three-time Grammy winner.Read More
It was a night of glitz at the Ritz for the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame’s La Musa Awards Gala. The swanky hotel was filled with big names from the Latin music world, including producers and songwriters (and LSHOF co-founders) Desmond Child and Rudy Perez, as well as David Bisbal, Alejandro Sanz, and Jon Secada.
Miami’s own Gloria Estefan was among the four new inductees and the tribute to her was certainly one of the highlights of the evening.
Also receiving the honor of induction into the LSHOF were Panama’s Omar Alfanno, Spain’s Rafael Pérez-Botija, and Mexico’s Lolita de la Colina.
Hosted by Eglantina Zingg, the evening began promptly at 8 p.m., and Omar Alfanno was the first honoree to be inducted. Then after de la Colina and Perez-Botija received their induction awards and the other 2014 honorees received theirs, it was time for the most famous singer-songwriter of the night to get her own Musa.