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Five-time Grammy winner Alfredo Matheus joins the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Masterclass...

Five-time Grammy award winner Alfredo Matheus has joined the prestigious ranks as a Masterclass teacher at the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame. The class, which was held in Miami, occurred January 28, 2016 and was held in conjunction with classes from Vicky Echeverri and Lulo Perez.

TheLatin Songwriters Hall of Fame(LSHOF) was founded by Desmond Child and Rudy Perez in 2012 with the intent to create an organization exclusively devoted to highlightingartistic achievements within the Latin music community. The LSHOF has recognized Latin artists from all over the world including Cuba’s Emilio Estefan, El Salvador’s Alvaro Torres, and Spain’s Julio Iglesias.

As a part of their mission, the LSHOF provides workshops and showcases to inspire new talent.

No person was better to inspire young songwriters than Matheus. A jack of all musical trades and founder of Team Victoria recording label, Matheus has not only written his own music but also worked with some of the biggest names in music. In his decades-long career, Matheus has produced numerous hits andwith artists such as Marc Anthony, The Backstreet Boys, N*Sync, and Justin Timberlake.

Listen — and perhaps become inspired — here andbe sure to follow Latin for the latest in Latino Entertainment.


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About the author:

Aleida Fernandez is a recent graduate from Whitman College where she studied history and music. She was an active member of the student newspaper, The Pioneer, and during her senior year, was the Publisher of the organization. More recently, she interned at The Smithsonian as a research assistant and at Federal Computer Week, a federal IT magazine. Aleida currently works at the American Institutes for Research as an Editorial Assistant.

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