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El SALON DE LA FAMA DE LOS COMPOSITORES ANUNCIA NOMINADOS DEL 2017

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PARA VOTAR POR TUS COMPOSITORES LATINOS FAVORITOS VISITA http://www.latinsonghall.com/2017-nominees/

Miami Beach, Fla. (6 de febrero del 2017) – La Junta de Directores y Oficiales del Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame (LSHOF) -Salón de la Fama de Los Compositores-, anunció hoy los nombres de veinticuatro autores y compositores nominados para ser ingresados al Salón de la Fama durante la quinta ceremonia anual de PREMIOS LA MUSA 2017. Los seis candidatos con el mayor número de votos serán oficialmente ingresados en la prestigiosa ceremonia que tiene lugar en el mes de octubre presentada por WorldArts (WorldArts.com). Los nominados representan una variedad de géneros musicales y diferentes regiones que demuestran la gran creatividad y diversidad de la cultura de la música Latina. El CEO de LSHOF, Desmond Child y su Presidente Rudy Pérez, expresaron en conjunto: “este año, LA MUSA AWARDS será una noche llena de estrellas con la presencia de íconos de la música Latina de todos los tiempos, y un impresionante grupo de ingresados”.
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Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Announces the 2017 LA MUSA AWARDS Nominees

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VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE LATIN SONGWRITER http://www.latinsonghall.com/2017-nominees/

Miami Beach, Fla. (February 6, 2017) –The Board of Directors and Officers of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame (LSHOF) proudly announce the names of the twenty-four songwriters and composers nominated for induction into the Hall during the 5th Annual LA MUSA AWARDS 2017. The six candidates with the greatest number of votes will be officially inducted at a prestigious ceremony which takes place in October presented by WorldArts (WorldArts.com). The nominees represent a wide variety of music genres and geography which reflect the enormous creativity and diversity of the Latin music culture. In a joint statement, LSHOF Chairman Desmond Child and President Rudy Pérez expressed, “this year’s LA MUSA AWARDS and inductees will be a star-studded event gleaming with some of the most notable Latin music icons of all time.”

The voting period begins Monday, February 6th and closes on Friday March 3, 2017 at midnight. The final list of the 2017 Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductees will be announced in April 2017.

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Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Celebrated Their 4th Annual LA MUSA AWARDS Show With A Star-Studded Line Up

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Miami, FL – During the 4th annual gala of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame, LA MUSA AWARDS (on Thursday, October 13th 2016) at The Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater, some of the most relevant songwriters of Latin music were honored by artists, composers and other distinguished music industry professionals (including a special induction presentation of Draco Rosa by Lenny Kravitz). Photo credit: ©2016 Manny Hernandez / MannyofMiami.com

The full list:

FOUNDERS & EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Desmond Child
Rudy Perez

HOST
Javier Romero

CONDUCTOR
Maestro Eduardo Marturet – Miami Symphony Orchestra

DIRECTOR
Richard Jay-Alexander

INDUCTEES
Adolfo Angel & Gustavo Angel (Los Temerarios)
Alejandro Jaen
Cheo Zorilla
Claudia Brant – performed in a star studded medley some of her hits
Draco Rosa – performed a new composition he wrote for this event called “Its Our Time”
Miguel Luna – performed touching song with his daughter Milagros Luna

POSTHUMOUS INDUCTEES
Beny Moré
Juan Gabriel
Mariano Mores
Myrta Silva
Tito Puente

HONOREES
Angelo Medina – Premio Pionero Desi Arnaz
Emily Estefan –WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award
Jorge Mejia – Premio Editores Ralph S. Peer, performed a classical piece on piano
Julieta Venegas – Premio La Musa Elena Casals, performed her hit “Me Voy”
Larry Harlow – Premio Legado, performed “La Cartera”
Linda Moran – Premio Fundadores
YoTuel – Premio Conquistador
“Oye Como Va” – Cancion De Todos Los Tiempos

PRESENTERS and or PERFORMERS
Adriana Cantano – presented to inductee Alejandro Jaen
Afo Verde – presented to honoree Yotuel
Alexandra Lioutikoff – presented to inductee Claudia Brant
Athina Marturet – presented to honoree Julieta Venegas
Augusto Balizano – Tango Dancer tribute performance to posthumous inductee Mariano Mores
Cachita Lopez – performed “Que Sabes Tu” tribute to posthumous inductee Myrta Silva
Danny Rivera – performed “Con Las Alas Rotas” tribute for inductee Cheo Zorilla
Desmond Child – presenter to honoree Linda Moran
Ely Mores – Tango Dancer tribute performance to posthumous inductee Mariano Mores
El Chacal – performed with honoree Yotuel
Emilio Estefan – performed “Oye Como Va” on bongos in finale tribute to Tito Puente
Ender Thomas – performed “Te Hice Mal” tribute for Los Temerarios
Gabriel Mores – performed “Tanguera / Uno” tribute to his Grandfather Mariano Mores
John Lofrumento – presented to honoree Linda Moran
Jon Secada – performed “Bonito Y Sabroso” tribute to posthumous inductee Beny Moré
Jorge Santana (Carlos Brother) – performed in finale on guitar cancion de todos los tiempos “Oye Como Va”
Julio Sabala – presented and performed for Aljeandro Jaen
Kany Garcia – performed in star studded tribute to Claudia Brant
La India – performed “Gracias A Dios” tribute to Juan Gabriel
Larry Underwood – WorldArts Chairman presented to Emily Estefan
Leila Cobo – presented to Los Temerarios
Lena Burke – performed tribute to Alejandro Jaen
Lenny Kravitz – presented to Draco Rosa
Leslie Grace – performed in star studded tribute to Claudia
Luis Fonsi – performed in star studded tribute to Claudia
Maestro Ernesto Abrego
Mario Domm – presented to Jorge Mejia
Marlow Rosado – presented and performed with Larry Harlow
Milagros Luna – performed with her father Inductee Miguel Luna
Orishas – peformed with honoree Yotuel
Pedro Martinez – performed with honoree Yotuel
Pitingo – performed “Se Me Olvido Otra Vez / “Amor Eterno” tribute to posthumous inductee Juan Gabriel
Ricky Martin – presented to Draco Rosa
Roldán Gonzalez – performed with honoree Yotuel
Rudy Perez – presented to honoree Linda Moran
Ruzzo Medina – peformed with Yotuel
Sam Moore – performed “You Are So Beautiful” tribute to Linda Moran
Tito Puente Jr. – performed “Oye Como Va” tribute to Father Tito Puente
Willy Miranda – presented to inductees Los Temerarios
XaXo, Dav & Johnny Vulca – performed with honoree Yotuel

About the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame
The Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded by renowned songwriter/producers Desmond Child & Rudy Pérez in 2012 and modeled after the high standards set by the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. Our mission is to educate, preserve, honor and celebrate the lives and music of the world’s greatest Latin songwriters, composers and lyricists in every genre while developing and inspiring new generations of music creators through master classes, workshops, scholarships and digital initiatives.

About WorldArts.com:
WorldArts is the premiere global resource for artists to connect directly with fans, brands, and industry professionals. We offer artists live performance opportunities and an e-commerce platform to sell and license their music so they can monetize their career. Our crowd funding platform allow fans to share in this journey by helping artists tour and continue producing their music. Fans are also rewarded with exclusive offers and can share content so they can be a part of finding the ‘next big thing’. Our mission is to bring the music world all under one roof and make it a better place for all of us. At WorldArts… it’s all about the music.

Visit:
www.latinsonghall.org
www.worldarts.com

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Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Celebrated the 4th Annual LA MUSA AWARDS Show At The Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater

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Los Temerarios (Adolfo Y Gustavo Angel Alba), Claudia Brant, Draco Rosa, Alejandro Jaen, Miguel Luna and Cheo Zorrilla Were Inducted Into The Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame. Other Honorees Included Emily Estefan, Julieta Venegas, Yotuel, Larry Harlow, Jorge Mejia And Angelo Medina

“Oye Como Va” Received A “Cancion De Todos Los Tiempos” Award Posthumous Inductees Went To Benny More, Mariano Mores, Myrta Silva, Juan Gabriel And Tito Puente

The Evening Was Presented By Worldarts.Com (Photos ©2016 Manny Hernandez / MannyofMiami.com)

Miami Beach, Fla. (October 13, 2016) –The Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame celebrated their fourth annual gala at the Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater with a star-studded evening hosted by renowned radio personality Javier Romero.

Los Temerarios (Adolfo y Gustavo Angel Alba), Claudia Brant, Draco Rosa, Alejandro Jaen, Miguel Luna and Cheo Zorrila were inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame.

WorldArts.com presented Emily Estefan with the “WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award.” The Latin Song Writers Hall of Fame also honored Julieta Venegas with the “Premio La Musa Elena Casals;” Yotuel, with a “Premio Conquistador;” Larry Harlow, received the “Premio Legado;” Jorge Mejia, was presented with the “Premio Ralph S. Peer;” and legendary promoter and manager Angelo Medina received the “Premio Pionero Desi Arnaz.” Additional honors went to “Oye Como Va” with a “Canción de Todos Los Tiempos” award; and Benny More, Mariano Mores, Myrta Silva, Juan Gabriel, and Tito Puente were named posthumous inductees.

Some of the most celebrated performers and personalities of the Latin music world in attendance as guests, presenters and performers included: Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Lena Burke, Mario Domm, Luis Fonsi, Kany Garcia, Leslie Grace, Marlow Rosado, Cachita Lopez, Milagros Luna, La India, Pitingo, Elvis Crespo, Orishas, Gabriel Mores, Sam Moore, Tito Puente Jr., Danny Rivera, Jorge Santana, and Jon Secada, among others.

Desmond Child, Rudy Pérez, Adriana Cataño, Mario Domm, John Lofrumento, Alexandra Lioutikoff, Afo Verde and Lenny Kravitz also joined the presenter’s line up.

The LA MUSA AWARDS were directed by Richard Jay-Alexander (Barbra Streisand, Bernadette Peters, Bette Midler), and conducted by Eduardo Marturet (Miami Symphony Orchestra).

About the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame
The Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded by renowned songwriter/producers Desmond Child & Rudy Pérez in 2012 and modeled after the high standards set by the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. Our mission is to educate, preserve, honor and celebrate the lives and music of the world’s greatest Latin songwriters, composers and lyricists in every genre while developing and inspiring new generations of music creators through master classes, workshops, scholarships and digital initiatives.

About WorldArts.com:
WorldArts is the premiere global resource for artists to connect directly with fans, brands, and industry professionals. We offer artists live performance opportunities and an e-commerce platform to sell and license their music so they can monetize their career. Our crowd funding platform allow fans to share in this journey by helping artists tour and continue producing their music. Fans are also rewarded with exclusive offers and can share content so they can be a part of finding the ‘next big thing’. Our mission is to bring the music world all under one roof and make it a better place for all of us. At WorldArts… it’s all about the music.

Visit:
www.latinsonghall.org
www.worldarts.com

Hashtags:
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#LaMusaAwards

Press Contact:
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Superstar Lena Burke to perform at 2016 LA MUSA AWARDS

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Latin Grammy award winning songwriter/singer, Lena Burke will perform at the 4th Annual LA MUSA AWARDS Thursday, October 13th at The Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater. Burke will join a host of other stars including Mario Domm, Luis Fonsi, Kany Garcia, Leslie Grace, Larry Harlow, Cachita Lopez, Milagros Luna, Yotuel, Jorge Mejia, Gabriel Mores, Sam Moore, Tito Puente Jr., Danny Rivera, Jorge Santana And Jon Secada…among others.

Burke has worked with such artists as Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez, Thalía, Jaci Velasquez, Chayanne and Alejandro Sanz, among others.

The 2016 LA MUSA AWARDS will be held on Thursday, October 13th at The Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater, hosted by Javier Romero, directed by Richard Jay-Alexander, conducted by Eduardo Marturet (Miami Symphony Orchestra) and presented by WorldArts (WorldArts.com).

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Lena Burke

A perfect day for LENA … “Is to wake up with the idea of a new song hovering in my mind, and sit at the piano to work on it until it’s done.”

LENA was born a February 18 in Havana, Cuba; descendant from two myths of the Cuban music, Elena and Malena Burke. Her first musical notes were recorded when she was 2 ½ years old, followed by guitar lessons at 5 under the tutelage of her father, the versatile musician and producer Rey Nerio. She studied 11 years of classical piano in Havana, the first 7 at Conservatorio Manuel Saumell, graduating with honors afterwards, from the prestigious Conservatorio Amadeo Roldan. During the process of her musical studies, she discovered a hidden treasure… her voice.

Her name has always been part of an important circle of musicians and artists, first due to her unique musical heritage and professional studies, and then as a studio-background vocalist to major musical productions of top Latin singers as: Plácido Domingo, Chayanne, Alejandro Sanz, Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias, etc. In the meantime, always writing and composing a myriad of songs, which later on takes her to the next chapter in her career- a solo artist working on her first musical production-.

Alejandro Sanz was the linkage for making her first album become a reality. After meeting her in Miami while recording the vocals of his production “No es lo mismo”, he expressed special interest in her career and introduced her to his record label, Warner Music Latina. Everything changed for LENA since that fortunate day in 2003. Several months later she was working with two of the top music producers, Emanuele Ruffinengo and Bob Benozzo, at a recording studio in Milan, Italy.

The album, filled with rich Caribbean rhythms and the essence of her constant companion, the piano, was the result of 12 songs written and composed by LENA which included her first hit single “Tu corazón”, a duet with her mentor, Alejandro Sanz.

With the international debut of her self-titled album in early 2005, LENA dedicated herself completely to promote her music; intense work that took her to México, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Honduras, France, Brazil, Spain, Puerto Rico, and to the main cities in the states. The other two singles from the album, “Puedo jurarlo” and “Qué sería de mi’”, also reached top positions in videos and radio channels, while harvesting fans, applauses and the approval of the press and the music industry.

Since the launch of her career, the world famous pianos Baldwin have supported her music, naming her the first Latin female musician to represent the brand; due to this endorsement she was invited to perform at NAMM 2005, the internationally renowned musical products conference. That same year, she participated in the prestigious MIPCOM television conference held in Cannes, France, and sang at the “Person of the Year” tribute during the “Latin GRAMMY Awards” celebrations.

In 2006, LENA received two nominations for the prestigious Latin GRAMMY Awards: “New Artist of the Year” and “Recording of the Year” for “Tu corazón”; she also earned a nomination as “New Artist of the Year” at “Premio Lo Nuestro” (Univision Network’ top music awards).

Due to her frequent presentations throughout Spain, in early 2007 she captures the attention of a film maker and receives an offer which becomes a great challenge and opportunity, and takes her to the next level of her career; the main role in the independent film “LA MALA”. A Spain-Puerto Rico production, dedicated to the memory of the internationally renowned Cuban artist, La Lupe.

The soundtrack of the film was produced by LENA and her father, Rey Nerio (Julio Iglesias, Chayanne, Alexander Pires). Besides adapting eight of La Lupe’s hit songs as “Que te pedi”, “Puro teatro” and “La tirana”, she included two of her own songs written and composed especially for this production: “Que puedo hacer” and “Cosas de la vida”.

The release of the film in mid-2008, bring her back to appearances and performances at an international level. During that year and 2009, she is invited to film festivals in Los Angeles, Miami, and Puerto Rico; the movie is shown in many cities including New York, Chicago, again in Miami, receiving warm praise from the press and the audience. In Spain, it participated at the International Film Festival 2008 in Ibiza where it was honored with the acclaimed prize “Maltese Falcon” – The Audience Award; also at the prestigious Festival de Cine- in San Sebastian, and at the 53rd edition of “The Seminci” Festival de Cine – in Valladolid. LENA received the “Best Female Performer Award”, at the XXIX Mostra of Valencia also in 2008.

LENA has the ability to capture varied audiences… embracing them with her diverse talents, interpretative strength, charisma and humbleness; she excels at each of her solo performances, as well as when she shares the stage with other artists. Memorable was her appearances in 2006 at the prestigious Auditorio Nacional in México City and at the impressive Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot, opening for Sin Bandera; at The Miami Arena with Alejandro Sanz, and during her performance in Spain for over 25,000 people during Valladolid Latino 2006, where she returned in May 2009, to share the stage with Laura Pausini, Luis Fonsi, La Oreja Van Gogh, among other top Latin artists.

The summer of 2009 was enriched with shows in many cities around Spain (Valladolid, Salamanca, Burgos, Madrid, Zamora, Avila, Leon, Segovia, and Ponferrada). In September she had her first concert in her city- Miami. During the end of 2009 beginning of 2010, visited Panamá and Colombia for special appearances in El Telemaratón de Panamá and El Festival de las Artes de Barranquilla. Recently LENA participated in an HIV awareness national campaign and in the production of “Somos el mundo” and “Que Cante la vida”; the revenues from both recordings will go towards helping the victims of the disasters in Haiti and Chile.

In February 2011, Lena recorded with Alex Ubago and Jorge Villamizar, her third musical production: ALEX, JORGE y LENA. This album of 12 songs, written by the three songwriters, was released internationally on September 21, and led the trio to multiple presentations in México, Chile, Colombia, Panama, Spain, Argentina, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, the main cities of the U.S., etc…

From this album produced by Aureo Baqueiro (Alejandro Fernandez, Sin Bandera, Aleks Syntek), three promotional singles have been released: “Estar contigo”, “La Canción del pescado” and “Si ya no tengo tu corazón” (written by Lena), achieving Gold Record status for its sales in México, digital Gold Record for “Estar contigo” in Argentina, and a nomination to Premios Lo Nuestro 2011, as “Group of the Year”, among other accolades. Alex, Jorge and Lena’s music videos have accounted for more than 20 million digital hits, making them international favorites among the general public, as well among their colleagues, with a nomination for “Album of the Year”, for the 2011 Latin GRAMMY Awards, and taking home the prestigious Latin GRAMMY as “Best Pop Vocal Album Duo or Group”.

2012 started hectic for the Trio, receiving two nominations to important music awards: “Group of the Year” to Premio Lo Nuestro 2012 and as “Revelation” to Premios Oye México. They also completed a 7 city tour in Chile, including participating at the popular Festival de Iquique sharing the stage with other big Latin music names, and taking home the festival’s prize (La Boya). They also launched a special edition of the album in México and in other Latin American countries. This edition of the award-winning production includes a DVD of the singles’ videos, live concerts footage, and two unreleased tracks including the promotional single “Eso eres tú”, written by Lena.

The trio will continue to do presentations as ALEX, JORGE y LENA, as they spend more time in the production of their individual albums. LENA is presently working on her fourth musical production, and collaborating with other writers and performers.

LENA … her music is an endless journey… an incessant growing experience, a family legacy, a reflection of feelings via musical notes filled with worldly influences. As she describes it…”I did not choose music … she chose me.”

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Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Anuncia Anfitrion, Presentadores E Intérpretes Para La Ceremonia 2016 LA MUSA AWARDS

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Anfitrión Javier Romero Y Actuaciones Estelares De Lena Burke, Mario Domm, Luis Fonsi, Kany Garcia, Leslie Grace, Larry Harlow, Cachita Lopez, Milagros Luna, Yotuel, Jorge Mejia, Gabriel Mores, Sam Moore, Tito Puente Jr., Danny Rivera, Jorge Santana And Jon Secada… among others.


LA MUSA AWARDS 2016
En el Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theater

Octubre 13, 2016

Presentado Por WorldArts.com

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Miami Beach, Fla. (September, 2016) –The Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame anunció hoy deslumbrante velada llena de estrellas junto a la reconocida figura de la radio Javier Romero, quien será el anfitrión de la noche. Actuaciones estelares por parte de: Lena Burke, Mario Domm, Luis Fonsi, Kany Garcia, Leslie Grace, Larry Harlow, Cachita Lopez, Milagros Luna, Orishas, Jorge Mejia, Gabriel Mores, Sam Moore, Tito Puente Jr., Danny Rivera, Jorge Santana and Jon Secada.

Adriana Cataño, Mario Domm, John Lofrumento, Alexandra Lioutikoff Marlow Rosario, Tommy Torres and Afo Verde también formarán parte de la ceremonia.

Los Temerarios (Adolfo & Gustavo Ángel Alba), Draco Rosa, Alejandro Jaen, Claudia Brant, Miguel Luna, y Cheo Zorilla son los artistas que serán ingresados durante la 4ta edición de LA MUSA AWARDS.

La ceremonia 2016 de LA MUSA AWARDS presentada por WorldArts (WorldArts.com) se llevará a cabo el Juéves 13 de octubre en el Teatro Fillmore Jackie Gleason de la ciudad de Miami Beach. El espectáculo será dirigido por Richard Jay-Alexander y la orquesta será conducida por el Maestro Eduardo Marturet (Miami Symphony Orchestra).

La junta de directores del Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame y WorldArts le otorgarán el premio WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award a Emily Estefan; Julieta Venegas recibirá el Premio La Musa Elena Casals y Yotuel el Premio Conquistador.

Desmond Child, Chairman y CEO del LSHOF y su Presidente Rudy Perez señalaron que, “Este año, LA MUSA AWARDS será una experiencia memorable. No sólo por los nuevos miembros, pero también por las actuaciones estelares que tendremos, una de las mejores que hemos tenido hasta el momento. El apoyo que hemos recibido demuestra la importancia de estos reconocimientos dentro de la industria de la música Latina y esperamos una gran noche entre colegas.”

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La misión de LSHOF es educar, honrar y celebrar la vida y la música de los compositores más grandes de la industria de la música Latina y así inspirar a las nuevas generaciones de artistas musicales a través de clases magistrales talleres, becas e iniciativas digitales.

Acerca de WorldArts (WorldArts.com)
WorldArts es el recurso global para que artistas conecten directamente con sus fanáticos, marcas y profesionales de la industria. WorldArts le ofrece a los artistas oportunidades de presentaciones en vivo y una plataforma de comercio electrónico para vender y licenciar su música para obtener beneficios económicos de su carrera. La plataforma de crowdfunding de WorldArts permita que los fanáticos participen de ayudar a que sus artistas vayan de gira y continúen produciendo música. Los fanáticos son recompensados con ofertas exclusivas y se les permite compartir contenido para que puedan ser parte de la búsqueda de la “próxima gran estrella”. La misión de WorldArts es centralizar el mundo de la música bajo un techo y convertirlo en un mejor lugar para todos. WorldArts es enteramente acerca de música.

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Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Annonces Host, Performers and Presenters For the 2016 LA MUSA AWARDS Ceremony

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Javier Romero to host the star studded evening with performances by Lena Burke, Mario Domm, Luis Fonsi, Kany Garcia, Leslie Grace, Larry Harlow, Cachita Lopez, Milagros Luna, Yotuel, Jorge Mejia, Gabriel Mores, Sam Moore, Tito Puente Jr., Danny Rivera, Jorge Santana And Jon Secada…among others.

LA MUSA AWARDS 2016
The Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theater

OCTOBER 13, 2016

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Miami Beach, Fla. (September, 2016) –The Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame announced today a star-studded evening hosted by renown radio personality Javier Romero with a musical performance lineup that includes: Lena Burke, Mario Domm, Luis Fonsi, Kany Garcia, Leslie Grace, Larry Harlow, Cachita Lopez, Milagros Luna, Orishas, Jorge Mejia, Gabriel Mores, Sam Moore, Tito Puente Jr., Danny Rivera, Jorge Santana and Jon Secada. Read More

Emily Estefan To Receive 1st Annual WorldArts “Discovery of The Year Award” at Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame LA MUSA Awards

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Miami Beach, Fla. (August 31, 2016) – The LATIN SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME/ LA MUSA AWARDS and WORLDARTS announced that emerging singer-songwriter Emily Estefan will receive the WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award during the 4th annual LA MUSA AWARDS ceremony. The WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award is given to promising young talent at the start of their careers.

The 2016 LA MUSA AWARDS will be held on Thursday, October 13th at The Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater, directed by Richard Jay-Alexander, conducted by Eduardo Marturet (Miami Symphony Orchestra) and presented by WorldArts (WorldArts.com). This year’s Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees are Los Temerarios (Adolfo & Gustavo Ángel Alba), Draco Rosa, Alejandro Jaen, Claudia Brant, Miguel Luna and Cheo Zorilla.
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Julieta Venegas To Receive Special Award at La Musa Awards 2016

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Billboard: 8/1/2016 by

Julieta Venegas joins the roster of honorees for La Musa Awards 2016 where she will receive the special La Musa Elena Casals award during the Oct. 13 ceremony.

The Tijuana singer and songwriter will receive the prize named after the Cuban poet and singer/songwriter, which recognizes young musicians who have an outstanding career in contemporary Latin music. “Julieta Venegas is one of the most influential voices in Latin music and we are absolutely thrilled to give her this award,” said Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame co-founder Desmond Child in a statement.

“Venegas makes everyone in the Latin music industry proud. She is a true artist who inspires and moves. Her music has captivated all generations,” added fellow LSHOF co-founder Rudy Pérez.

The Grammy and Latin Grammy award-winning artist is known for her hit singles like “Limón y sal,” “Andar conmigo,” “Lento,” “Algo sucede,” among many others.

The fourth annual La Musa Awards will take place in Miami where urban superstar Yandel will be given the Premio Triunfador honor and six Latin artists — Los Temerarios, Robi Draco Rosa, Cheo Zorrilla, Miguel Luna, Claudia Brant and Alejandro Jaen — will be inducted into the hall of fame and honored with the silver La Musa trophy statuette.

CLAUDIA BRANT SERÁ INGRESADA AL PRESTIGIOSO SALÓN DE LA FAMA DE LOS COMPOSITORES LATINOS (LATIN SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME), EL PRÓXIMO JUEVES 13 DE OCTUBRE.

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Claudia-Brant_CLAIMA20120110_0108_19La ceremonia, a realizarse en la ciudad de Miami Beach , EE.UU. y que tomará lugar durante la 4ª ceremonia anual de Los Premios LA MUSA, también incluirá a otros destacados autores como Los Temerarios (Adolfo y Gustavo Ángel Alba), Draco Rosa,Alejandro Jaen, Miguel Luna, y Cheo Zorrilla.

Claudia ha logrado un promedio de 40 canciones grabadas al año en diferentes géneros e idiomas (español, portugués e inglés). La mayoría de estas grabaciones han sido sencillos en los primeros puestos de los charts de Billboard.

Ganó un Grammy® Latino por Canción del Año en 2009 y ha sido nominada 5 veces a los Grammys® Latinos. Fue galardonada Compositora Latina del Año por SESAC en el 2007, 2008, y 2009, por ASCAP en el 2012 y en el 2015. Billboard nombró “No Me Doy Por Vencido”, compuesta por Claudia y Luis Fonsi, como la canción de la década, por haber estado #1 en las listas latinas con un récord de 19 semanas consecutivas.

Ha colaborado con músicos y profesionales de la talla de Carlos Santana, Barbara Streisand, Josh Groban, Ricky Martin, Girls Generation, Michael Bublé, Fantasia, Il Volo, 5th Harmony, John Legend, Enrique Iglesias, The Tenors, Marc Anthony, Jennifer López, Sie7e, Kaay, entre otros. En el 2014, ocho de sus canciones figuraron en los Top 20 de Billboard.

El año pasado fue nominada junto a Natalia Jiménez al Grammy Latino 2015 en la categoría “Mejor Canción del Año” por “Quédate con Ella”.