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Full Sail Grads on 2023 Latin Grammy Winners

Several Full Sail grads contributed to winning projects at the 2023 Latin Grammys.

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The Latin Grammys recognize exceptional projects in the Latin music industry every year, and Full Sail grads are frequently credited on nominated and winning projects. At the 2023 Latin Grammys, a number of grads worked on winning projects in categories like Song of the Year, Best Flamenco Album, Best Engineered Album, and more. Overall, 10 grads were credited on 12 winning projects in 13 categories, with two graduates winning their own Latin Grammy.

Grad Richard Bravo earned two Latin Grammy statuettes for his work on Best Instrumental Album winner Made in Miami and Best Arrangement winner “Songo Bop,” both by Camilo Valencia. Alum Felipe Tichauer joined Richard in the winner’s circle with a win for his contributions to Best Engineered Album winner Canto a la Imaginación by Marina Tuset.

Several graduates worked together on winning projects. Full Sail Hall of Fame inductee Sebastian Krys, Duarte Figueira, and Richard Bravo all helped out on Best Pop/Rock Album winner Vida Cotidiana by Juanes. Grads Rafa Sardina and Dave Clauss both contributed to Best Alternative Music Album winner Bolero Apocalíptico by Monsieur Periné. Alums Orlando Vitto and Carlos Brandi both worked on Best Pop/Rock Song winner “Ojos Marrones” by Lasso and Sebastián Yatra.

Additional Full Sail grads worked on winning projects like 5:10 AM by Luis Fernando Borjas (Best Contemporary Tropical Album), “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” (Song of the Year), Fórmula, Vol. 3 by Romeo Santos (Best Merengue/Bachata Album), and more.