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Venezuela’s Youth Orchestras Aim to Bring Classical Music to the Masses

Venezuela’s Youth Orchestras Aim to Bring Classical Music to the Masses

Giving 1 million poor children access to a rigorous musical education is the goal of Venezuela's National System of Youth and Children's Orchestras, a distinguished young conductor who emerged from "The System" said here Wednesday. continue reading »

WATCH Christina Aguilera and Alejandro Fernandez’s Video for “Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti”

WATCH Christina Aguilera and Alejandro Fernandez’s Video for “Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti”

On Friday, Christina Aguilera announced via Twitter that the video for the song she recorded with Alejandro Fernandez was finally ready. Check out "Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti" below. continue reading »

Survey Says Christina Aguilera Sang the Worst Rendition of the National Anthem

Survey Says Christina Aguilera Sang the Worst Rendition of the National Anthem

The New York singer and actress of Ecuadorian descent, Christina Aguilera, is considered the worst singer of the U.S. National Anthem, according to a recent poll taken by the online station iHeartRadio. continue reading »

Prince Royce, Jenni Rivera Win Big at Premios Juventud Awards

Prince Royce, Jenni Rivera Win Big at Premios Juventud Awards

Prince Royce and the late Jenni Rivera were the big winners at the 10th annual Premios Juventud awards. Royce, whose real name is Geoffrey Rojas, won in five of the 10 categories where he was nominated, including Red Hot Artist, Catchiest Tune, and My Favorite Video. continue reading »

Alejandro Sanz Announces 2 Concerts in Mexico City in October

Alejandro Sanz Announces 2 Concerts in Mexico City in October

Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz will offer two concerts this October in Mexico City as part of his international tour "La Musica No Se Toca" (Don't Mess with the Music), the promoter of the shows said in a communique. continue reading »

Marc Anthony Defends Himself Against Charges He Isn’t American Enough to Sing “God Bless America”

Marc Anthony Defends Himself Against Charges He Isn’t American Enough to Sing “God Bless America”

Singer Marc Anthony, who is of Puerto Rican origin, on Thursday defended himself against criticism he has received for performing the patriotic U.S. song "God Bless America" during Major League Baseball's All-Star Game, stating that "you can't get more New York than me." continue reading »

Cuban-Born Jorge Bernal Says His Role on “La Voz Kids” is to be a Cheerleader

Cuban-Born Jorge Bernal Says His Role on “La Voz Kids” is to be a Cheerleader

Jorge Bernal describes as a labor of love his role as co-host of Telemundo's "La Voz Kids," a Spanish-language version of NBC's "The Voice" where the contestants are youngsters ages 7-14. continue reading »

Bruno Mars Nominated for Four 2013 MTV Video Music Awards

Bruno Mars Nominated for Four 2013 MTV Video Music Awards

The first set of nominees for the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards have been announced and Bruno Mars, Miguel and Jennifer Lopez are among them. Mars' nominations include: continue reading »

Fans Continue to Remember Celia Cruz the “Queen of Salsa”

Fans Continue to Remember Celia Cruz the “Queen of Salsa”

Devoted fans of singer Celia Cruz flocked to her mausoleum in New York's Woodlawn Cemetery to mark the 10th anniversary of her death. continue reading »

Miguel and Bruno Mars to Perform at 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival

Miguel and Bruno Mars to Perform at 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival

The performers for this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival were announced Monday and Miguel and Bruno Mars are among them. The iHeartRadio Music Festival will be held at the Las Vegas MGM Grand Arena continue reading »