Berklee Summer Concert SeriesHenry Jimenez y Los Homeboys
Grammy winner Henry Jimenez was born in Puerto Rico to Dominican parents and was introduced to music at an early age. After growing up with music, he had the motivation and opportunity to attend Berklee College of Music. After graduating, he became a member of the Grammy Awards New York Chapter Latin Advisory Committee and has produced many chart-topping merengue hits and jingles. Some of the hit records he has produced have been for Milly Quezada, Olga Tañon, Toño R., Hector Acosta, Elvis Crespo, and Johnny Ventura.
Some awards he has won with his talent are:
- 1998, Arranger of the Year, Premios Estrella
- 2000, Grammy for Olga Tañon's Olga Viva, Viva Olga
- 2006, two Latin Grammys for Milly Quezada's MQ
The Henry Jimenez y Los Homeboys concert is hosted by Sociedad Latina and Boston Centers for Youth and Families.