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Nella Rojas B.M. '15
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Students had the opportunity to work on the acoustic track the same day the original was nominated for Song of the Year.
The album, released during National Hispanic Heritage Month, is part of a growing body of content for U.S.-based Latinos.
Nella Rojas B.M. ’15, who performs as Nella, was nominated for three Latin Grammys.
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Fifteen Berklee alumni and one faculty member received a combined total of 26 Latin Grammy nominations across 16 categories, including Album of the Year.
María Martínez Iturriaga
In her new role, Martínez Iturriaga will oversee Berklee’s global educational offerings and continue serving as executive director of Berklee Valencia.
The album, Summer Whistle, features 12 tracks composed by 21 artists from music schools around the world.
David Murillo R. B.M. '16
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Just five years after graduating, the Berklee alumnus landed a gig scoring the international hit show, Who Killed Sara? (Quién Mató a Sara?).
Latin rock icon Juanes (left) performs with Xavier Cintrón, winner of this year's Prodigy Scholarship to attend Berklee, at a special ceremony in Miami, Florida.
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Cintrón, the first Puerto Rico native to receive the scholarship, will attend Berklee this fall.
Panos A. Panay
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Panay, an acclaimed entrepreneur, strategist, and author, currently serves as senior vice president for Global Strategy and Innovation at Berklee.
The inaugural Berklee and Henley Business School Music Industry Workshop Series featured sessions to help independent African musicians succeed in the industry.
K-pop supergroup BTS
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During the first day of Berklee's K-Pop Summit, Korean music industry insiders give a primer on the multifaceted genre.