Masterclass in the Round – April 28th, 2014

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DON’T MISS THIS VERY SPECIAL EVENT

With world-renowned, award winning professionals:
OMAR ALFANN, MÓNICA VÉLEZ and FERNANDO OSORIO

OMAR ALFANNO
Latin Grammy Award nominated songwriter for artists Tony Vega, Luis Enrique, Melina Leon, Jerry Rivera, Victor Manuelle, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Shakira & Marc Anthony.

MÓNICA VÉLEZ
Latin Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter of “Mientes,” with Mario Domm winning Record and Song of the Year, also Paulina Rubio, Emmanuel & Gloria Trevi.

FERNANDO OSORIO
Latin Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter for Ricky Martin, Ricardo Montaner, Luis Fonsi, Christian Castro, Paulina Rubio, Luis Enrique, Marc Anthony, MDO & Celia Cruz.
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Monday, April 28th, 2014

MEET & GREET 6-7:30pm • MASTERCLASS 7:30-10pm
Free Admission • Cash Bar • City Parking Nearby

The Stage Miami
170 NE 38th Street Miami, FL 33137


Nominees Announced for the 2014 Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame

Photo L to R - Music producer & composer Desmond Child , singer/actorJulio Iglesias Jr, salsa singer Alex Matos, Brazilian chef Isa Souza, multiple Grammy winner singer Luis Enrique, and producer/composer Rudy Perez (photo credit - Imani Ogden for MSM)

Photo L to R – Music producer & composer Desmond Child , singer/actorJulio Iglesias Jr, salsa singer Alex Matos, Brazilian chef Isa Souza, multiple Grammy winner singer Luis Enrique, and producer/composer Rudy Perez (photo credit – Imani Ogden for MSM)

The nominees were revealed at a press conference held in Miami on Tuesday. Numerous media , renowned artists such as multiple Grammy winner Luis Enrique ,singer/actor Julio Iglesias, Jr., Brazilian chef Isa Souza, actor Rene Lavan, salsa singer Alex Matos, among others were part of this important event.

The public will be able to vote for their favorite composers by becoming a member, free of charge, of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame.

At a press conference held in Miami on Tuesday, January 28th, the songwriters and composers nominated for the second induction to the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame (LSHOF ) were announced. La Musa is the coveted statuesque award.
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2014 Final Nominee Voting Now In Progress

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1). Vote now for FINAL NOMINEES of the 2014 Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame!

Click here to review and vote for the current nominees.

***Deadline for voting is Midnight April 27th, 2014.***

You do not need to login to vote, but we do request that you are a member. Please visit our website and sign up if you have not done so already. You will only be able to vote for Performing and Non-Performing Songwriters.

2). Final Inductees: Will be announced April 28th, 2014.


More updates coming soon!



¡ULTIMA NOTICIA PARA LOS MIEMBROS!

1). ¡VOTE AHORA POR LOS NOMINADOS FINALES DEL PABELLON DE LA FAMA DE LOS COMPOSITORES LATINOS PARA 2014!

Haga Click aquí para ver y votar por los nominados actuales.

***La fecha limite para votar es la medianoche del 27 de Abril de 2014***

Usted no necesita registrarse para poder votar, pero nosotros vamos a investigar si usted ya es miembro. Por favor visite nuestra pagina web y afíliese si aun no lo ha hecho. Usted estará habilitado solamente para votar por “Autor/Compositor/Cantante”, y “Autor/Compositor”.

2). LOS NOMINADOS FINALES: Serán anunciados en Abril de 2014.


Pronto habrán mas noticias!

Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame “LA MUSA AWARDS” will premiere on E!

Dont miss this!!

Dont miss this!!

Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame “LA MUSA AWARDS” will premiere on E!

Tuesday October 29th, 2013 in the following feeds and times:

21:00 Argentina
21:00 México
22:00 Colombia / 00:00 Chile
22:00 Venezuela

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No te pierdas este programa especial

El estreno en “E” de los premios “La Musa”
del Pabellón De La Fama De Los Compositores Latinos



Martes, 29 de Octubre 2013 en los siguientes países y horarios:

21:00 Argentina
21:00 México
22:00 Colombia / 00:00 Chile
22:00 Venezuela

El Pabellon De La Fama De Los Compositores Latinos Da A Conocer Los Nombres De Los Galardonados Con Homenajes Postumos En La Gala 2014

Seis de los cantautores y compositores más influyentes en la música de Latinoamérica están incluidos en este reconocimiento.

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Miami, Fla. (Septiembre 27, 2013) El Pabellón de la Fama de los Compositores Latinos (Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame, LSHOF) dio a conocer la lista de compositores y cantautores que serán reconocidos con homenajes póstumos en la categoría Maestros de la Música Latina durante la segunda ceremonia de premiación de LSHOF que se realizará en Octubre 2014. Seis de los nombres que hoy son toda una leyenda a nivel mundial por el impacto y trascendencia de sus creaciones musicales están en esta lista:
Carlos Gardel (Argentina), Antônio Carlos Jobim (Brazil), Violeta Parra (Chile), Ernesto Lecuona (Cuba), Agustín Lara (Mexico) y Rafael Hernández Marín (Puerto Rico).

Los nombres se dieron a conocer durante la clase magistral ofrecida en forma gratuita por LSHOF el 24 de Septiembre en Miami. Más de 200 personas entre ejecutivos de la industria discográfica, compositores y artistas participaron de este evento en el que pudieron compartir experiencias con destacadas personalidades como Erika Ender (Ednita Nazario, Gloria Trevi), Juan Carlos Pérez Soto (Paulina Rubio), así como el reconocido cantautor colombiano Fonseca y los creadores de LSHOF Desmond Child y Rudy Pérez.

Los escogidos para el reconocimiento póstumo Maestro de la Música Latina son verdaderas leyendas, autores de piezas insignes que a pesar de su grandeza, no han sido elevados al nivel que ameritan sus obras y su legado para la música popular.

Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame MasterClass In The Round

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Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame
MasterClass In The Round (click-it)

DON’T MISS THIS VERY SPECIAL EVENT
With world-renowned, award winning professionals:

JUAN CARLOS PEREZ SOTO
Latin Grammy Award winner Producer/Engineer and Songwriter of “Con Tu Nombre” (Ricky Martin), “Duenos de Este Mundo” (Alex Ubango), “Abrazar la Vida” (Luis Fonsi)…

ERIKA ENDER
Grammy & Latin Grammy Nominated songs for artists Chayanne, Gloria Trevi, Ednita Nazario, Gilberto Santa Rosa…

FONSECA
Latin Grammy Award Winning Singer & Songwriter – “Te Mando Flores” ,”Hace Tiempo” ,”Como Me Mira”, “Arroyito”, “Eres Mi Sueño”…

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013
MEET & GREET 6-7:30pm • MASTERCLASS 7:30-10pm
Free Admission • Cash Bar & Restaurant • Valet Parking $10

At: Avenue D Jazz & Blues
8 South Miami Ave • Miami, FL. 33131
http://www.avenuedjazz.com/Avenue_D/Avenue_D_Jazz_and_Blues_Lounge.html

Register for a Free Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame Membership
http://www.latinsonghall.com/access/wp-login.php?action=register

Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Opens Honoring Julio Iglesias, Jose Feliciano

By Alexandra Gratereaux Fox News Latino (Original Article)

JULIO IGLESIAS WORLD RECORDThe first honorees of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame were announced this week in Miami Beach.

During the ceremony, six songwriters from the romantic Spanish-language era were recognized including Julio Iglesias and Jose Feliciano. The event was also the debut of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame organization, the first of its kind catered to Latin composers.

“There are so many great writers in the Latin world,” said producer and songwriter Desmond Child, who helped create and shape the organization and ceremony.

“We are on a mission and we’ve now immortalized [these songwriters],” he added.

The event, which took place at the Bacardi Building in downtown Miami, home to the Young Arts Foundation, also included Mexican composer Armando Manzanero, who wrote such classics such as “Voy a apagar la luz” and “Contigo aprendi.” (more…)

Natalie Cole on the red carpet before the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame gala

BY JORDAN LEVIN MIAMIHERALD.COM (Original Article)

nataliecoleNatalie Cole looked and sang like a diva at the inaugural Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame gala at the New World Symphony on Tuesday night, delivering a lovely rendition of Acercate Mas (Get Closer) in a “Unforgettable” style duet with video of her father Nat King Cole. “It’s not easy being first, and Dad was a first in so many ways,” Cole told the audience at the New World Center on Miami Beach, as she accepted the Premio Pionero Desi Arnaz on behalf of her father, who was friends with the famous Cuban actor and singer. Nat King Cole was revered in Cuba for recording three albums of Latin American songs. “I can only imagine Desi and my Dad are looking down on us.”

But backstage in her dressing room the pop idol’s daughter, still wearing an elaborate ruffled pink gown, was sniffling with a nasty cold. “You know, the show must go on,” Cole said. She not only overcame blocked sinuses, but worries about singing in Spanish for the first time – in front of a mostly Latino audience. “They’re kinda looking at me like ‘oh really’,” she said. But she took heart from the song. “There’s something about the music that’s so moving,” said Cole, who will release an album of her father’s Spanish repertory this summer. “The melodies and the meaning are so beautiful. I’m having so much fun.”

Two Cuban-American music producing icons inaugurate the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame

By Kristina Puga, NBCLATINO.com (Original Article)

desmondandrudyWhen “Livin’ la Vida Loca” comes on the radio, most people solely give credit to Ricky Martin, not realizing that without songwriters Desmond Child and Draco Rosa, there would be no lyrics to the popular, upbeat song. That is one of the reasons Cuban immigrant songwriter/producers in the American mainstream for more than four decades, Desmond Child and Rudy Perez, fought so hard to create a Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame. It finally came to fruition in October of 2012, and on April 23, the first awards gala will be held in Miami honoring seven iconic songwriters, including Manuel Alejandro, Jose Feliciano, Jose Angel Espinoza “Ferrusquilla,” Julio Iglesias, Armando Manzanero, Concha Valdez Miranda, and post-humous inductee Roberto Cantoral. (more…)

LA MUSA Awards Adds “A-List” of Performing Artists

Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame has an A-List of talent performing at the Inaugural Induction Gala “LA MUSA AWARDS” on Tuesday April 23rd, 2013 at the New World Center in Miami Beach.

hostsHosted By: Carlos Ponce & Eglantina Zingg
Conducted By: Gary Lindsay

Featuring Passionate Performances and Tributes By:
Alicastro, Michelangelo, Lucie Arnaz, Angelica Aragon, Steven Bauer, Rubén Blades, Michael Bolton, Buika, Lena Burke, Cabas, Roberto Cantoral, Jr., Luz Casal, Desmond Child, Natalie Cole, Joaquin Cortés, Aida Cuevas, Manolo Diaz, Placido Domingo, Jr., Shaila Durcal, Dyango, Orlando Gonzalez Esteva, Alejandra Guzman, Jose Feliciano, Michelle Fragoso, Carlos Gomez, Juan Luis Guerra, Olga Maria Touzet Guillot, Arthur Hanlon, José José, Milton Rubén Laufer, Maria Martha Serra Lima, Claes Nobel, Horacio Palencia, Ralph Peer ll, Rudy Perez, Edgar Ramirez, Gabriel Ramos, Reyli, Draco Rosa, Prince Royce, Jon Secada, Chuchito Valdés, Yul Vazquez, Mariano Rivera Velázquez, Jimmy Webb, Mauricio Zeilic, Hernaldo Zúñiga, & New World School Of The Arts String Quartet

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2013 Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductees:
Manuel Alejandro, Jose Feliciano, Jose Angel Espinoza “Ferrusquilla”, Julio Iglesias, Armando Manzanero, Concha Valdez Miranda and Posthumous Inductee Roberto Cantoral

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Living Legend Award Winner: Andy Garcia

Special Awards Presented To:
Nat King Cole, Olga Guillot, Natalia Jiménez, Ralph S. Peer, Draco Rosa, Prince Royce, Olga Tañon and Consuelo Velázquez

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Introducing the Desi Arnaz Pioneer Award

Tickets on sale now.