Latin Grammy Award nominee producer, guitarist, singer-songwriter, Juancho Herrera is part of a wave of extraordinary Latin American musicians who’ve transformed the New York music scene.

In recent decades, he’s carved out a singular path with a highly personal synthesis of jazz and South American sounds.
Herrera, with four albums released under his name, is a Berklee College of Music graduate and has been an essential collaborator with some of the era’s definitive voices in jazz and world music, such as Claudia Acuña, Marta Gomez, Lila Downs, and Sofia Rei.

He’s performed and recorded in 40 countries, in top venues such as the Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Teatro Juan Pablo Tobón, Centro Cultural BOD among others, with international heavyweights such as Mercedes Sosa, The Chieftains, Branford Marsalis, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Alejandro Sanz, Pedrito Martinez and Idan Raichel.