Los Andes will be represented in the Latin Grammy Awards: a total of four professors and alumni have been nominated

This year’s Latin Grammy Awards were held on November 16th.
This year’s Latin Grammy Awards were held on November 16th.
27/10/2017
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The Universidad de los Andes will be represented at the Latin Grammy Award ceremony 2017 by alumni and teachers from the Department of Music who have been nominated. This year’s Latin Grammy Awards will be held on November 16th.

The following four Uniandinos have been nominated: professor Carlos Silva, with two albums he mastered in his C1 Mastering studio. They are both in the “Best Cumbia/ Vallenato Album”: "Ni un paso atrás" by Jorge Celedón and Sergio Luis, and "Sin límites" by El Gran Martín Elías and Rolando Ochoa.
Mauricio Rengifo studied production has been nominated for producer and sound engineer in the following categories: “Album of the year” and “Recording of the year” for "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee.

Juan Sebastián Bastos, professor of sound production and also an alumnus from our department (production ’08), was nominated for “Best Tropical Fusion Album” with the album “Coletera”, released on his Tambora Records label. Juan Sebastián worked as the sound engineer on the album.

Alejandro Sánchez Samper, alumni from out department (Composition ´00) was nominated in the “Best Folkloric Album” category for the album "Pa' qué mas" by Quinteto Leopoldo Federico, released on the Hoot Wisdom Recordings (FAU) label. Alejandro was album producer and arranger.

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