As much as I hate airports, I was psyched about the treatment we received the moment we stepped off the plane in Managua, Nicaragua’s capital. People working with the conference picked us up and did everything possible to receive the best treatment. They sped our passing through airport security and customs. After the uncomfortable lines and waiting at Miami and Boston airports, this felt like a wonderful welcome. Upon arriving at the hotel where the conference would take place, Gabriel Traversari, the founder and president of the conference, gave us a very personal and warm welcome. He mentioned he was really excited and honored that Berklee and LAMBA had a presence in this nascent project.
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Hello, everyone! My name is Nicolás Mariñelarena, and I’m the president of the Latin American Music & Business Association at Berklee. We strive to connect Berklee students with the Latin music industry, and usually organize school trips, panels, and even televised contests and concerts.
We usually call relevant industry figures – such as artists, producers, managers, engineers, and business people – to visit Berklee and give clinics, but this time it was the other way around…