A Latin Recording Academy announced artists and presenters of its Premiere do Grammy Latinowhich will be held at the Exhibition and Conference Center (FIBES), in Seville (Andalusia), Spain, on Thursday (16), with streaming live on all platforms starting at 12:30pm ET, 9:30am ET, and 6:30pm/10:30pm ET.
This long-term event beginsThe Most Important Night in Latin Music’, with presentations, acceptance speeches and special moments. The winners of 46 of the 56 categories of the Grammy Latino will be awarded throughout the afternoon.
Presented by the Brazilian singer nominated for Grammy Latino, Giulia, and by the Spanish actor and singer, Miguel Angel Muñoza Premiere will begin with presentations of Major Aguilar (Best Ranchera/Mariachi Music Album), Paula Arenas (Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Song), Mike Bahia (Best Contemporary Tropical Album), Vanesa Martin (Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album), Elena Rose (Composer of the Year), Thiaguinho (Best Samba/Pagode Album) and Julieta Venegas (Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop/Rock Song).
All five nominees for Best Flamenco Music Album, Israel Fernandez, Diego Guerrero, Omar Montes, Niña Pastori e Juanfe Perez will perform together a special and historic musical performance at the International Flamenco Day in honor of this musical genre.
“The 24th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards officially begin with the Premiere ceremony, and we look forward to celebrating the excellence of the Spanish and Portuguese recordings,” he said. Manuel Abud, CEO of The Latin Recording Academy. “Our first international ceremony will feature a wide range of artists from various genres, with a special musical performance featuring all five nominees in the flamenco music category in a joint performance on stage.”
Musical performances during the Premiere do Grammy Latino are produced by respected award-winning producers and composers. David Cabrera will be the musical director, with Ismael Guijarro as producer of the flamenco musical performance.
Joni Fernández Marmo e Ayleen Figueras will act as executive producers of the ceremony.
A Premiere do Grammy Latino precede a 24th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, which will be broadcast at 8pm (US Pacific Time) on Univision, UniMás and Galavisión in the United States; and at 10:30 pm (US Central Time) on Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE) in Spain. It will also be broadcast on the cable channel TNT at 7:30 pm (MEX) / 8:30 pm (PAN-COL) / 9:30 pm (VEN) / 10:30 pm (ARG/CHI).
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