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Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame To Induct Hector Ochoa Cardenas, Emilio Estefan, Myriam Hernandez, Gustavo Santaolalla, Alvaro Torres And Diego Torres At The 2015 La Musa Awards In Miami Beach


The non-profit organization recognizes
six of the most influential Latin songwriters and composers of all time.

Miami Beach, Florida (June 16th, 2015) – Musical giants Hector Ochoa Cardenas, Emilio Estefan, Myriam Hernandez, Gustavo Santaolalla, Alvaro Torres and Diego Torres will become the latest Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame inductees at the 3rd annual star-studded LA MUSA AWARDS to be held at The Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater on Thursday October 15th, 2015. (Photo clockwise- Diego Torres, Myriam Hernandez, Emilio Estefan, Alvaro Torres, Gustavo Santaolalla, Hector Ochoa Cardenas).

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President Rudy Perez performs in Paris

Our President Rudy Perez sang this classic song “Contigo En La Distancia” in Paris, during the UNESCO International Jazz Day All-Star global concert! in honor of its writer, the great Cuban composer César Portillo de la Luz, one of this year’s Posthumous Inductees into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame. Enjoy this wonderful performance.

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Billboard Latin Music Conference and Awards


April 27-30, 2015
Miami Beach, FL

The Top Artists, The Top Trends, The Top Name in Music. The Billboard Latin Music Conference & Awards is the BIGGEST and longest-running event dedicated to Latin music in the world. Now in its 26th year, the conference is the “must-attend” event for the top power players in the industry, from label presidents to A talent to top agents, managers, promoters, marketing and advertising executives and radio executives, as well as for those taking their first steps in the business.

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Chelique Sarabia y Franco de Vita candidatos por Venezuela para el Hall de la Fama

Franco de Vita y Chelique Sarabia, candidatos al Hall de la Fama / Foto cortesía El

Franco de Vita y Chelique Sarabia, candidatos al Hall de la Fama / Foto cortesía El

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Hasta el domingo 15 de marzo, a las 12 de la medianoche, hay oportunidad de votar por los compositores latinos que irán al Hall de la Fama de los Compositores Latinoamericanos, entre quienes se encuentran los venezolanos Franco de Vita y José Enrique “Chelique” Sarabia.

Hay dos categorías, Performing Songwriter y Non-Performing Songwriter, respectivamente compositor y cantante, y compositor no intérprete.

En el primer rubro están como candidatos Rubén Blades (Panamá), Roberto Carlos (Brasil), Franco de Vita (Venezuela), Juan Gabriel (México), Myriam Hernández (Chile), Pablo Milanés (Cuba), Ednita Nazario (Puerto Rico), Joan Sebastian (México), Camilo Sesto (España), Álvaro Torres (El Salvador), Diego Torres (Argentina) y Caetano Veloso (Brasil)

Para la votación a los compositores no intérpretes están Ramón Arcusa (España), Leo Brouwer (Cuba), Héctor Ochoa Cárdenas (Colombia), Erasmo Carlos (Brasil), Rubén Fuentes (México), Luis Gómez Escolar (España), Chico Novarro (Argentina), Alberto Plaza (Chile), Jose Maria “Chema” Purón (España), Gustavo Santaolalla (Argentina), José Enrique “Chelique” Sarabia (Venezuela) y Lalo Schifrin (Argentina).

Para votar, hay que acceder a la página web, con la salvedad de que desde una misma computadora solamente se puede votar una sola vez.

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Directed by Curro Sánchez Varela


Saturday March 7th @ 4:00pm TOWER 1
Sunday March 8th @ 9:45pm REGAL 17
Discounted tickets available to Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame members
(Use discount code: PACO2015)

Paco-de-Lucia-Poster_webWorld renowned flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia’s exceptional life and rise to fame are exquisitely put together in this film by his son Francisco Sánchez Varela. Varela captures his father’s last days on earth just before a sudden and unexpected death in 2014 at 66 years of age.

Part homage, part biopic, the film follows Paco and his brother Pepe, who were born into the Flamenco scene. Pepe was originally a guitarist, but Paco’s virtuoso soon rose to the foreground and Pepe became the duo’s lead singer under the guidance of their father in Andalucia.

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