Emily Estefan to Receive 1st Annual 'Discovery of the Year Award' at La Musa Awards
The LATIN SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME/ LA MUSA AWARDS and WORLDARTS announced that emerging singer-songwriter Emily Estefan will receive the WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award during the 4th annual LA MUSA AWARDS ceremony. The WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award is given to promising young talent at the start of their careers.
The 2016 LA MUSA AWARDS will be held on Thursday, October 13th at The Fillmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater, directed by Richard Jay-Alexander, conducted by Eduardo Marturet (Miami Symphony Orchestra) and presented by WorldArts (WorldArts.com). This year's Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees are Los Temerarios (Adolfo & Gustavo Ángel Alba), Draco Rosa, Alejandro Jaen, Claudia Brant, Miguel Luna and Cheo Zorilla.
Larry Underwood, Founder and CEO of WorldArts said, "We are absolutely thrilled to have chosen Emily Estefan to receive the 1st annual WorldsArts Discovery of The Year Award established with us by the Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame to be presented at the LA MUSA AWARDS. Emily is one of the most exciting and dynamic new singer-songwriters to emerge on the scene and we look forward to watching her steadily rise and keep bringing her amazing music to the world far into the future."
For Desmond Child, LSHOF Chairman/CEO, "Emily has created a unique sound incorporating all the incredible music she grew up with and the sounds of her own generation with the ease of an artist far beyond her years. I would like to sincerely congratulate her on this prestigious new award from WorldArts which is totally deserved."
"We are so excited to have Emily receive the WorldArts Discovery of the Year Award this year, it's so deserved because I had the pleasure of being knocked out by Emily's talent during the Miami Beach Centennial mega celebration concert that I produced with my friends at ACT Productions. I was totally blown away, I had no idea how gifted Emily is, she's the real deal and we wouldn't expect anything less coming from the Estefan Musical Dynasty," said LSHOF President Rudy Perez.
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