Top Winner at The Latin GRAMMY Awards 2013: Received 3 Awards
Record of The Year for Marc Anthony’s “Vivir Mi Vida”, Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album for Alejandro Sanz’ La Música No Se Toca, and Best Engineered Recording Album for Kany García’s self-titled album
Las Vegas, November 22nd – Colombian producer and composer, Julio Reyes Copello received 3 awards at the 2013 Latin GRAMMY Awards held last night in Las Vegas winning the categories of Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album for Alejandro Sanz’ La Música No Se Toca, Record of the Year for Marc Anthony’s “Vivir Mi Vida,” and Best Engineered Album for Kany García’s the self-titled album.
“I have no words to describe how happy I feel. I am enormously grateful to the Academy for these awards, ” said Julio Reyes Copello excited to the press.
With his songs and produced albums, Reyes Copello has received nine nominations at the Latin GRAMMY and two American GRAMMY Awards (Best Latin Pop Album for Marc Anthony’s Amar Sin Mentiras and Sin Frenos by La Quinta Estación.) During his career Copello has had 19 number one on the Billboard charts and multiple international awards, including nine ASCAP Awards.
Reyes Copello has conducted the London Symphony Orchestra on several occasions and has also participated as a music composer on Farhad Mann and Levar Burton’s films as well as the American series Hawthorne produced by Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith.
Master Reyes Copello opened Art House Records this year, based in Miami, with a top-of-the-line recording studio and is currently working on the upcoming releases of two great talents, Juan Pablo Vega and Brika.
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