Wind, Fire & Ice

Earth, Wind & Fire Among First American Bands in Havana World Music Festival

Earth, Wind & Fire will be the latest American exports to head to Cuba.

Latin Grammys Recap: Natalia Lafourcade and Juan Luis Guerra Among Big Winners

Juan Luis Guerra and Natalia Lafourcade were the biggest winner at the Latin Grammys.
Ana Torroja

Ana Torroja To Release New Album 'Conexion'

Pop singer Ana Torroja is set to unveil her latest album in Mexico City later this month.
Luis Miguel Alejandro Fernandez

Luis Miguel & Alejandro Fernandez Prepare for Joint Concert Tour in 2016

Noted artists Luis Miguel and Alejandro Fernandez will be working together on a tour throughout 2016.
Jacqueline Bracamontes Roselyn Sanchez

A Look at Latin Grammy Co-Hosts Roselyn Sanchez & Jacqueline Bracamontes

Roselyn Sanchez will host the Latin Grammys for the first time ever. Joining her will be Jacqueline Bracamontes.
Richard Tucker Gala

Richard Tucker Gala 2015 Review: Award Winner Jamie Barton, Others Deliver Unforgettable Night

Going to the Richard Tucker gala is a major event that creates expectations of the highest artistic order. And year in and year out, the performance lives up to its billing and consistently surpasses it. This year was no different with one great artist following another in an exquisite evening of singing and music making.
George Hanson

Tucson Desert Song Festival Paves the Way for Smaller Regional Organizations [Exclusive]

A look at the Tucson Desert Song Festival and its importance through the eyes of festival director George Hanson.
Will Smith

Will Smith, Bomba Estereo to Perform at Latin Grammys

Will Smith will be performing at the Latin Grammy Awards which is slated to take place in Las Vegas on Nov. 19.
Andres Soto

Costa Rican Composer Andres Soto On Carnegie Hall Debut with Tromba Mundi [Exclusive]

On Oct. 7, Tromba Mundi, a trumpet ensemble will make its Carnegie Hall debut and will also perform the premiere of "Swashbuckler" by Costa Rican born composer Andrés Soto.
Chuck Schumer Harry Reid

US Democratic Senators Introduce Bill Granting Puerto Rico Chapter 9 Benefits to Ease $70 Billion Debt Crisis

Senate Democrats finally introduced legislation aimed to help Puerto Rico's $70 billion debt crisis. Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer of New York and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut announced the "The Puerto Rico Chapter 9 Uniformity Act" (S. 1774), which would grant the island commonwealth the authority to allow its municipalities and public utilities to adjust their debts through bankruptcy court supervision.
Insidious 3

EXCLUSIVE: Gaby Moreno on "Insidious: Chapter 3" Lullaby, Career Challenges & Aspirations

As part of the marketing campaign for the upcoming "Insidious: Chapter 3," Focus Features brought on musician Gaby Moreno to showcase her voice in a trailer aimed at Latin America audiences. For Moreno, a Guatemalan artist who has made a number of albums and toured with such bands as Calexico, the task was a rather unusual one. Moreno recently spoke to Latin Post about the experience of recording music for a film preview as well as her career challenges and goals.
Cristina Pato talks to Latin Post about her careers, Yo-Yo Ma and saving Classical music and culture.

EXCLUSIVE: Cristina Pato on 'Latina,' Yo-Yo Ma & Saving Classical Music

When people think of bagpipers, Scotland enters the consciousness. But don't say that to Cristina Pato, a Galician bagpiper who also has careers as a pianist and composer.
Leon Botstein spoke to Latin Post about organizing the Bard Festival around the music of Carlos Chavez and Latin American Composers in 2015.

BEHIND THE SCENES: Bard Music Festival's Artistic Director Leon Botstein Talks About Showcasing Carlos Chavez

Latin Post had a chance to speak with Leon Botstein, the artistic co-director and the president of Bard College. Botstein spoke of his work with the festival and discovering the work of Chavez.
Rolando Villazon is making a tremendous career as a tenor, director and novelist among other things.

EXCLUSIVE: Tenor Rolando Villazon Talks Directing 'La Rondine, Growth of Latin American Influence in Opera World

Mexican tenor Rolando Villazon talks to Latin Post ahead of his run of "Macbeth" in Berlin and his upcoming production of "La Rondine."
Luis Coronel

A Look at the Top 10 Best Instagram Photos by Luis Coronel

Luis Coronel is quite active on Instagram, and we found his 10 best moments.

US Customs and Border Protection Airs 'La Bestia' Song to Central America Radio About Immigration Travel Dangers

To ease the influx of undocumented immigrants from crossing the U.S. border from Mexico, music about the dangers of the immigration journey hit the airwaves in Central America.
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