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LATIN GRAMMY DAY AT THE MUSEUM

Pictured l to r: GRAMMY Museum Communications Manager Jasmine Lywen-Dill, GRAMMY Museum Director of Curatorial Affairs Nick Vega, GRAMMY Museum COO Rita George, L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson, and GRAMMY Museum Director of Community Engagement Kaitlyn Naider.

The GRAMMY Museum​ has announced their Latin Music Gallery opening, which includes the new Latin GRAMMY, 20 Years Of Excellence exhibit in collaboration with the Latin Recording Academy. On 11/18, the museum will kick off the opening of the new exhibit with a full day of programming, including an education program for students, an invite-only ribbon-cutting ceremony with live performances, followed by a free, open-to-the-public event that evening. The exhibit opens to all on 11/20 and will run through spring 2020.

Artist attendees and performers include Latin Recording Academy President/CEO Gabriel Abaroa Jr., GRAMMY Museum President Michael Sticka, OzoKidz, Latin GRAMMY and GRAMMY nominee Ángela Aguilar, and Latin GRAMMY winner Christian Nodal, along with performances by Latin GRAMMY winner Flor de Toloache and Latin GRAMMY and GRAMMY nominee Raquel Sofía.

Photo: Betsy Annas, L.A. City Council

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